Media Roots Radio: RIP W. Blum, George H.W. ‘Cop-A-Feel’ Bush’s Deadly Legacy, Israel’s Forced Self-Demolitions

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Abby and Robbie begin this special 2.5 hour edition of Media Roots Radio by discussing the life and works of the late anti-imperialist journalist William Blum. They then unearth the atrocious legacy of George H.W. Bush. From CIA director, to Reagan VP to President, Bush Sr. engineered the neocon cabal that continued under his son George W. Bush’s administration, and … Read More

Media Roots Radio: Abby & Robbie Analyze ‘The Magnitsky Act: Behind the Scenes’

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Abby and Robbie Martin discuss the mindblowing documentary ‘The Magnitsky Act: Behind the Scenes’ which uses excellent storytelling to expose how the official story behind The Magnitsky Act was concocted and sold to the public to jumpstart Cold War 2.0 propaganda against Russia. *The Magnitsky Act was removed from vimeo after the taping of this broadcast, the film can be … Read More

Empire Files: Randy Credico Exclusive Tell-All with Abby Martin on Wikileaks & Roger Stone

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In this exclusive extended interview, Abby Martin speaks with Randy Credico who tells his side of the story on his role in the Russia investigation, his upcoming interview with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and true nature of his relationship with Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone. With never before revealed details about Roger Stone and the Mueller investigation, Credico details his … Read More

Empire Files: Why America? Mass Shootings & White Nationalism Share Roots

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Since October 2017, America experienced three of the deadliest mass shootings in modern history. This epidemic coincides with a frightening resurgence of white nationalism. Sometimes the two trends overlap. But why here? Both phenomena can be explained by a common historical thread—to unravel it Abby Martin sits down with indigenous scholar Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz to discuss her latest book “Loaded: A … Read More

War Machine Makes a Killing in 2018

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September marked the end of the fiscal year, a time when the Pentagon ramps up its spending spree. The U.S. Department of Defense spent at least $68,624,394,000 on 689 individual contracts during September 2018. This amount does not include 35 Foreign Military Sales transactions worth $2,065,896,000. War is a racket. Here are the corporations making a killing. FOREIGN MILITARY SALES … Read More

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