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Free Cooper Union, NOLA shooting, DOJ seizes journalists’ phone records

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss the Free Cooper Union movement, Buena Vista high school in Michigan closing six weeks early because the district ran out of money, the recent NOLA shooting and the establishment media’s collective yawn, DOJ seizing journalists’ phone records, IRS targeting political groups, ex-Guatamala [...]

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Bye-bye Due Process: from global drone assassinations to indefinite legal limbo

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss the DOJ’s legal explanation for tossing away due process, and how that effort affects protesters domestically, as well, badass Malala Yousufzai, and how some lawmakers are quietly working behind the scenes to legalize marijuana. Finally, many sheriffs have stated they’ll refuse to enforce any federal gun [...]

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1968 Olympian John Carlos, Dave Zirin on OWS, dispatches from Egypt with Austin G. Mackell

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. John Carlos of “black power” fame joins the show to discuss the story behind his iconic photo and Occupy Wall Street along with author Dave Zirin (@edgeofsports). Also, independent journalist Austin G. Mackell (@austingmackell) joins the show to provide updates on the brutal [...]

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Siegelman: New Revelations "More Frightening Than Anything That Came Before"

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By Zachary Roth Former Alabama governor Don Siegelman says that new revelations about his prosecution amount to “outrageous criminal conduct in the US Attorney’s office and the Department of Justice,” and are “more frightening than anything that has come before.” And he believes that his case is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of politicized prosecutions by [...]

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