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Episode 29: The Push for War with Iran

On this episode of Along the Line, Dr. Dreadlocks Nicholas Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon, and Janice Domingo  analyze the American push for war with Iran. ATL’s Creative Director is Jorge Ayala. Mickey Huff is ATL’s producer. ATL’s engineer is Janice Domingo. Adam Armstrong is ATL’s webmaster. Listen to all of our previous content at ProjectCensored.org/atl Contact […]

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Flooding Kills At Least 24 In Afghanistan

Heavy rains in many parts of Afghanistan have triggered flooding, killing at least 24 people and injuring 11 others in the past 48 hours, officials said on May 25. According to the Ministry for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Affairs, the flooding has affected six of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces, including the capital, Kabul. In central Bamyan […]

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In Ukraine, Poroshenko's Bloc Rebrands Itself Ahead Of Parliamentary Elections

The political party of former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has changed its name in a bid to rebrand itself ahead of key parliamentary elections. The Petro Poroshenko Bloc was renamed to European Solidarity at a party congress on May 24. “The key to unity and victory is a renewed party and renewed leadership,” Poroshenko told […]

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Real Estate Title Firm’s Lapse Exposes 885 Million Files

SANTA ANA, Calif.—A security lapse at a major real estate title company exposed the bank account numbers and other sensitive information contained in 885 million files. First American Financial confirmed the problem Friday after it was reported by the blog Krebs On Security . A flaw in an internet application allowed anyone with a web […]

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Madonna Wishy-Washes Apartheid Israel at Eurovision

Art-washing is a PR tactic that uses famous artists in ways that divert attention away from bad behavior. An ad designer who combines a Monet water lily image with an oil company logo is one way. Recruiting an international pop icon like Madonna to sing at a music festival in the creepy political climate of […]

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The Western Media is Key to Syria Deception

By any reckoning, the claim made this week by al-Qaeda-linked fighters that they were targeted with chemical weapons by the Syrian government in Idlib province – their final holdout in Syria – should have been treated by the western media with a high degree of scepticism. That the US and other western governments enthusiastically picked […]

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Saudi Airstrike Hits Yemen Gas Station, Kills Eight Civilians

Saudi warplanes attacked the southwestern Yemeni province of Taiz, hitting a gas station in the Maweyah District and causing a major explosion. At least eight civilians were killed, with some reports saying as many as 12 civilians may have died. The dead included at least four children, and on top of the fatalities, dozens of […]

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Bolton: North Korea’s Missile Tests Violated UN Resolutions

Speaking to Japanese Premier Abe Shinzo during a visit to Tokyo, John Bolton ddeclared that North Korea’s recent short-range missile tests were in violation of UN Security Council resolutions. Bolton wasn’t very specific, though UN Security Council resolutions ban almost anything North Korea could conceivably do, so it probably is the case that even short-range […]

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SUFB 792: Moving Away From Fast Fashion

The title of this episode changes as I provide my opinion on the clothes that are available (fast fashion) and the clothes that we should be buying (vintage, 2nd hand clothes made of natural fibers). The whole idea of fast fashion selling cheap clothes ($4 for a t-shirt is just not right!) makes me queezy…it […]

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