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Happy Fourth of July! Suck it, England! Plus, updates on Egypt, drone strikes, and climate change

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Happy Fourth of July! Occupy Oakland winsa large settlement, updates on the anti-choice measures in Texas and North Carolina, and the coup in Egypt, the hunger strike at Gitmo, DHS considered arming border drones with non-lethal weapons, the crazy treatment of President Evo Morales, the discovery of a hidden microphone in the Ecuadorian ambassador’s [...]

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Countdown to Jamie destroying Citizen Radio, Rehtaeh Parsons’ death and who failed her

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Countdown to Jamie destroying Citizen Radio, Rehtaeh Parsons’ death and who failed her, the CIA’s secret drone deal with Pakistan, Plan B, Kermit Gosnell, Mayor Bloomberg’s paternalistic, condescending bullshit, and how not to be a creep around women. Citizen Radio is a member-supported show. Visit wearecitizenradio.com to sign up and [...]

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The UN & federal government are closed, but here’s a new Citizen Radio on election time stupidity & drones

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss how some of your fellow liberals turn into idiots come election time, an activist charged with “inciting racial hatred” for unfurling a Palestinian flag, Imran Khan detained and interrogated over drone views, and many, many stories about drones, and one more about why the NYPD [...]

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Obama and Romney agree: drones, sanctions, Israel = GOOD, Iran= BAD

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. There were very few substinative disagreements between the candidates in the last presidential debate, and certain issues like the home foreclosures epidemic, were completely ignored. Time’s Joe Klein goes on a pro-drone strike rant on MSNBC. Citizen Radio is a member-supported show. Visit wearecitizenradio.com to sign up and [...]

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CIA seeks to expand drone strikes to ‘trouble spots’, Detroit Water Dept worker declares strike a victory

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss the expanding drone strikes, AFSCME 207′s Recording Secretary Sue Ryan joins the show to discuss Detroit’s Water Department strike, and the union’s subsequent victory. Citizen Radio is a member-supported show. Visit wearecitizenradio.com to sign up and support media that won’t lead [...]

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“Muslim rage” and other generalizations, Egyptian atheist jailed

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss the “Muslim rage” and how the media is conflating Egypt with Yemen and Pakistan and Libya. Independent journalist Austin G. Mackell (@austingmackell) joins the show to discuss S17, Libya, the anti-Muslim Youtube video, and the imprisonment of Egyptian [...]

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Allison steals Mitten’s face, cyberstalking, Afghanistan, and Arizona

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison shares various shenanigans instigated while doing Melissa Harris Perry’s show, Jamie discusses Kickstarter’s crappy policy about cyberstalking, plus talk about Afghanistan, Pakistan, drones, and Arizona’s part in the War on Women. Special announcement: Check out Thrive Food Direct, and use the [...]

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But the air base is safe, right?

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For some reason, the locals are getting angry. The Pakistani military, angered by the inept handling of the country’s devastating floods and alarmed by a collapse of the economy, is pushing for a shake-up of the elected government, and in the longer term, even the removal of President Asif Ali Zardari and his top lieutenants. The [...]

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