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Jamie brings tales (and crime?) from the northwest, Idle No More, federal-led Aaron Swartz witch hunt and his suicide

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Jamie discusses his (maybe?) crime in the northwest, Allison and Jamie discuss Idle No More and Aaron Swartz’s suicide and the federal-led witch hunt that friends and family blame for his depression. Citizen Radio is a member-supported show. Visit wearecitizenradio.com to sign up and support media that won’t lead you to [...]

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BEST OF: Dr. Gabor Maté on the failed War on Drugs, drug decriminalization, and addiction

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Listen to this best-of episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Originally aired 2/20/10 and 2/24/10: part 1 and part 2 of Citizen Radio’s interview with Dr. Gabor Maté (http://www.drgabormate.com/). Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1944, Gabor Maté emigrated to Canada with his family in 1957. Currently, he is the staff physician at [...]

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Supreme Court rules mandate constitutional, JPMorgan trading loss may reach $9 Billion

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Supreme Court rules the individual mandate constitutional, Jamie and Allison dissect the ACA, the right freaks out, the largest city in the U.S. files for bankruptcy, Aaron Sorkin is a dick, and so is Jamie Dimon. Special announcement: Check out Thrive Food Direct, and use the [...]

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Reporters funded by ‘Vulture Capitalist’ smear Occupy Wall Street, Karl Rove VS. Koch brothers

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Reporters from the American Spectator, which is funded by Vulture Capitalist Paul Singer, posed as protesters in order to smear Occupy Wall Street. Also, Karl Rove VS. Koch brothers, Georgia considers using prisoners to fight fires, and the 99 percent continue to struggle [...]

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Obama's Economic Plan Is Not Going to Save Us

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The Nation The nation’s fast-darkening circumstances define the essential dilemma of Barack Obama’s presidency. His instinct is to govern by consensus, in the moderate middle ground of politics. Yet dire events are pushing the new president toward solutions more fundamental than those he had intended. The longer he resists taking more forceful action, the more [...]

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