By Anonymous (not verified), 20 July, 2011
Michael Slate

"Does Perpetual War Mean the End of Truth, Does Working as a Hotel Maid Mean Inviting Rape and Does Prison Mean You're No Longer Human?"

Robert Parry, Journalist and Author,,talks about the neo-con political agenda deeply embedded in the mainstream media and what that means for digging out the truth.

Gail Dines, Author of Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality, dissects the assault on the immigrant African hotel maid who has accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of raping her and concludes this is a story hatched in Pornland.

By Anonymous (not verified), 8 April, 2011
Tariq Ali

Excellent speech on the United States empire, with historical background,
held in Auckland, New Zealand 21 March 2011

Original lecture title: US power today: The global hegemon (Sir Douglas Robb Lectures)

Auckland university introductory text:

By Anonymous (not verified), 9 November, 2010
Andreas Klamm-Sabaot, Journalist, IBS

Interview with the American journalist, author and pubisher LUCY KOMISAR, which is one of the supporters on a petition for Wikileaks and Julian Assange. Last Friday 152 journalists from 40 different nations have published a journalist´s statement and petition to support Wikileaks and Julian Assange. The well known journalist and author Lucy Komisar from New York City, U.S.A. is one of the supporters. Production by Andreas Klamm-Sabaot, French-German journalist, Radio TV IBS Liberty. More information are available on following web sites: 1.

By Anonymous (not verified), 9 June, 2009
This is 2jaeng news on Media Redevelopment Action Radio.
The English half of our hour long report on events and social struggles underreported in the mainstream media. Issues for this show are:
Solidarity for Sex Workers
Ban on Protests
Roh Mu-hyun's Suicide and Funeral
Last Friday's Eviction
Conscientious Objector sent to prison
(stream is available at link below)

By Anonymous (not verified), 11 December, 2008
Free Press

The FCC is tackling the thorny issue of cable program carriage. On December’s open meeting agenda: The complaint process for programmers and wholesale unbundling. And with 40 percent of all U.S. homes still not connected to high-speed Internet, millions of young people are left with few opportunities to succeed in school and beyond.