Stewart used the occasion to recap some of the biggest NSA stories this year, taking shot after shot at President Obama for not exactly being forthcoming about what the NSA’s really been up to.
This week Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh challenged the Obama administration’s official narrative on the September chemical weapons attack near Damascus, with a report alleging the White House “cherry-picked” intelligence to justify a military strike against Bashar al-Assad’s government. Both the New Yorker and the Washington Post rejected Hersh’s report, suggesting that the mainstream media still hasn’t learned from the mistakes it made 10 years ago when faulty intelligence was used to go to war in Iraq. RT’s Sam Sacks reports.
David Icke talks with Lilou Mace about his spiritual journey, taking Ayahuasca, his new alternative media outlet (The People’s Voice), his new book (The Perception Deception), and much more in this in-depth interview.
The People’s Voice (TPV) has been established to balance mainstream media bias which refuses to give voice to people with views at odds with mainstream thinking and belief. You can expect to hear all aspects of mainstream society questioned and debated. What viewers choose to accept or believe is for them to decide after hearing the evidence and opinion broadcast by TPV and the information and opinion broadcast by mainstream sources.
“On Tuesday, Guardian Editor Alan Rusbridger went before an anti-terrorism hearing in the House of Commons. There, he was asked about information the newspaper had and published on the NSA from Edward Snowden and whether he loved his country.” Watch Rusbridger’s response with analysis my Cenk Uygur.
Anthony Gucciardi joins the Alex Jones Show to talk about how the new media is rising, Black Friday madness and what it reveals, as well as how we are truly winning the overall war against corruption and deception.
Amber Lyon is free of the censorship at CNN and joins Buzzsaw in an uncensored interview that deals with Anonymous, the Occupy movement, her experience getting stomped by police, the NDAA and much more. Hosted by Sean Stone, Lyon takes apart the media lies and government corruption that she witnessed firsthand in her career in journalism, and she delivers the truth about why propaganda and brainwashing is the order of the day in the press.
It’s been a tough year for corporate controlled media news networks. Data released Tuesday show CNN shedding 48 percent of total viewers since last November and MSNBC dropping 45 percent. The numbers were even worse in the all-important demographic of people aged 25 to 54 as CNN’s ratings dropped 59 percent and MSNBC’s 52 percent.
Abby Martin gives a call to action for a March Against the Mainstream Media on November 16 by talking about the abysmal failure of the fourth estate and the lack of public knowledge about important issues.
Recent disclosures of the NSA’s widespread dragnet program coupled with its frequent targeting of journalists are having a ‘chilling effect’ on American writers, stifling their freedom of expression at great detriment to society, says a new report Chilling Effects: NSA Surveillance Drives U.S. Writers to Self Censor.
Google’s online video service is rolling out changes to the way comments work on YouTube. YouTube’s comments section will now be more tied in to the Google+ social network
Ben Swann talks about the role of the first amendment as much more than just a recognition of your right to speech, or just the press. It is the recognition of your right to believe, say and tell others whatever you like. It is a basic human right.
Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald blasted Dick Cheney on Tuesday night, after the former vice president described Edward Snowden as a “traitor” for leaking NSA secrets.
The BBC: “The more information we have about what governments and corporations are up to the less we seem to trust them. Will conspiracy theories eventually destroy democracy?”