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Tell a feminist thank you, LAPD hunts anyone who resembles (and doesn’t resemble) Chris Dorner, Fracking Hell

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss the #TellAFeministThankYou hashtag on Twitter, the Violence Against Women Act passing the Senate with no help from Republican men, the LAPD continues to hunt anyone who resembles (and doesn’t resemble), another black ex-LAPD officer talks about racism within the force, Chris [...]

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Koran burnings in Afghanistan, NYPD spies on Muslim children

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss the recent Koran burnings by the U.S. military in Afghanistan, NYPD spying on Muslim children, Bill Clinton backing the Keystone XL pipeline, and Wyoming being clinically insane. Special announcement: Check out Thrive Food Direct, and use the code “CitizenRadio” to [...]

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Journalist Johann Hari on corporate tax dodgers and dispatches from Wisconsin’s union protest

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Listen to the new Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Journalist Johann Hari talks UK Uncut, US Uncut, and decides who he’d rather fight: David Cameron or Nick Clegg. Also, Godless Maniac Joseph Thoennes reports from Madison, Wisconsin about the protests and spirit of solidarity in the Capitol. Beforehand, Allison and Jamie dispell [...]

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Gov Rendell’s office releases bulletins warning of dangerous hippy activity

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Here’s another story about political bias against dangerous activist hippies. One bulletin from Harrisburg warned that a protest over use of carriage horses in Philadelphia could turn into “a fertile recruiting or meeting ground” for militant animal-rights activists. Another said convicted police killer Mumia Abu-Jamal’s supporters might turn desperate and “attack perceived enemies” after a [...]

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MSNBC agrees Pope protests are small and ‘poisonous’

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The establishment media is usually fairly dismissive of protests unless those “activists” are funded by a multi-million dollar astroturf organization like FreedomWorks. Millions of people can turn out to protest a war, but such a tremendously popular cultural movement isn’t seen as “authentic” until its participants represent the “correct” agenda. For example the authoritarian, bigoted, right-wing [...]

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