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Friday May 23, 2014
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Tennessee Governor Signs Bill Allowing Electric Chair If Lethal Injection Drugs Unavailable
HP | Erik Schelzig | 05/22/14

Republican Gov. Bill Haslam signed a bill into law Thursday allowing the state to electrocute death row inmates in the event prisons are unable to obtain the drugs, which have become more and more scarce following a European-led boycott of drug sales for executions. ... Read more

These Eight Charts Show Why Racial Equality Is a Myth in America
Bill Moyers | author | 05/22/14

This week's Moyers & Company interview -- shows how dramatically the legacy of slavery and centuries of legalized and institutionalized racism have held back our country's African-American population. In 2014, there still very much exists what in 1967 Martin Luther King described as "two Americas," one "overflowing with the milk of prosperity and the honey of opportunity," the other tainted by "a daily ugliness … that constantly transforms the buoyancy of hope into the fatigue of despair." ... Read more

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Hookers And Blow: How Changing The Definition Of GDP Officially Evolved
ZeroHedge | author | 05/23/14

A year ago it was the US which first "boosted" America's GDP by $500 billion - literally out of thin air - when it arbitrarily decided to include "intangibles" to the components that 'make up' GDP (in the process cutting over 5% from the US Debt/GDP ratio). Then Spain joined the fray. Then Greece. Then the UK. Then Nigeria, which showed those deveoped Keynesian basket cases how it is really done, when it doubled the size of its GDP overnight when it decided to change the base year of its GDP calculations. Now it is Italy's turn, and like everything else Italy does, this latest "revision" of the definition of GDP easily wins in the style points category. As Bloomberg reports, "Italy will include prostitution and illegal drug sales in the gross domestic product calculation this year." Yup: blow and hookers. And that, ladies and gents, how it's done. ... Read more

Data Pirates of the Caribbean: The NSA Is Recording Every Cell Phone Call in the Bahamas
firstlook.org/theintercept | Glenn Greenwald | 05/19/14

The National Security Agency is secretly intercepting, recording, and archiving the audio of virtually every cell phone conversation on the island nation of the Bahamas.

According to documents provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, the surveillance is part of a top-secret system -- code-named SOMALGET -- that was implemented without the knowledge or consent of the Bahamian government. Instead, the agency appears to have used access legally obtained in cooperation with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to open a backdoor to the country's cellular telephone network, enabling it to covertly record and store the "full-take audio" of every mobile call made to, from and within the Bahamas -- and to replay those calls for up to a month. ... Read more

Keith Alexander Unplugged: on Bush/Obama, 1.7 million stolen documents and other matters
firstlook.org/theintercept | Glenn Greenwald | 05/19/14

The just-retired long-time NSA chief, Gen. Keith Alexander, recently traveled to Australia to give a remarkably long and wide-ranging interview with an extremely sycophantic "interviewer" with The Australian Financial Review. The resulting 17,000-word transcript and accompanying article form a model of uncritical stenography journalism, but Alexander clearly chose to do this because he is angry, resentful, and feeling unfairly treated, and the result is a pile of quotes that are worth examining, only a few of which are noted below: ... Read more

Ecuador Issues Permit To Drill In Pristine Amazon Reserve
AP & HP | author | 05/22/14

Ecuador's government has issued an environmental permit for oil drilling in the pristine Amazon reserve that President Rafael Correa initially offered to exempt from exploration if rich countries would pay his government. Correa abandoned that effort last year due to insufficient interest and has spurned pleas by environmentalists to spare the Yasuni reserve. ... Read more

DemocracyNow Daily News
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Friday, May 23 [8:19]
DN | After Latest Coup in Thailand, Will U.S. Rethink Military Ties to Longtime Asian Ally? (05/23/14) [3:23]
DN | Iona Craig: Dire Situation in Yemen as Backlash Grows From U.S.-Backed Offensive Against Al Qaeda (05/23/14) [7:30]
Bill Moyers
Bill Moyers | This week Bill speaks with Ta-Nehisi Coates, a senior editor for The Atlantic about his cover story on why America needs to reconcile with its racist past. (05/22/14) [26:46]

Europe News
It seems change is coming - as Farage himself noted recently... () [3:28]
TRNN | Costas Lapavitsas: Growing Up in the Greek Police State, Part 1 (05/21/14) [12:52]
TRNN | Costas Lapavitsas: After the Fall of the Dictatorship, I Knew Political Economy was the Key, Part 2 (05/22/14) [14:01]
TRNN | Costas Lapavitsas: large scale industrialization created the need for massive amounts of capital and big banks, a process that developed an aggressive global capitalism, Part 3 (05/23/14) [13:17] Monopoly Capitalism
Diane Rehms Show
Diane Rehm Domestic News - Friday (05/23/14) [1hr]
International News - Friday (05/23/14) [1hr]
Movie and TV News
Sneak Preview of Premiere Episode. Sundays 10/9c, Series Premiere June 1. The 1980s computing boom through the eyes of a visionary, an engineer and a prodigy as they chart the changing culture in Texas' Silicon Prairie.
CTRL The Future: Halt and Catch Fire (trailer)
CTRL The Future: Halt and Catch Fire (full) (05/23/14) [50:45]
AMC's Breaking Bad in 2 Hours - Cinematic Recap (08/17/13) [1:55:40]
"Citizen Koch" Official (trailer) (2014) [3:11]
A World Without Water (05/04/12) [1:16:15]
Tiny House
10 homes on wheels
Tiny House for $30,000.00

05.23.2014. 10:37

Thursday May 22, 2014
News Articles

Thailand's Military Stages Coup 2 Days After Declaring Martial Law
AP & HP | Thanyarat Doksone | 05/22/14

Thailand's military seized power Thursday in a bloodless coup, dissolving the government, suspending the constitution and dispersing groups of protesters from both sides of the country's political divide who had gathered in Bangkok and raised fears of a violent showdown.

The powerful army chief, Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, announced the military takeover in a statement broadcast on national television. It was followed by additional announcements including a nationwide curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. and an order for top government officials -- including the ousted prime minister -- to report immediately to the country's new governing military commission. ... Read more

How Right-Wingers Are Amping Up Their War on Science and Reality
AlterNet | Amanda Marcotte | 05/20/14

No longer content just to claim to be "skeptical" of scientific findings they find disagreeable, Republican politicians have moved on to a more alarming anti-science strategy: confuse the public about what science even is, claiming it's just someone's opinion and ignoring the importance of evidence.

... By making climate change a matter of what he "believes" or "agrees with," Rubio was implying that climate change is a matter of opinion and not of evidence or fact. There's the old saying, "Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts." Conservatives have figured out a workaround: redefine the facts as opinions, and by golly, now you get to have your own facts! ... Read more

Endless War: Top Obama Lawyers Tell Congress the President Can Do Anything In War On Terrorists
AlterNet | Steven Rosenfeld | 05/21/14

President Obama has all the authority he needs to fight terrorists overseas, top lawyers for the Pentagon and State Department told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday, in a contentious hearing over whether Congress' authorization to use force after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks was still needed -- or even relevant.

AUMF--the Authorization To Use Military Force passed by Congress three days after the 9/11 attacks -- gave then-President George W. Bush unlimited authority to go after foreign terrorists. ... Read more

Stark Photos Of Inequality In Mexico City Show A Metropolis Divided
HP | author | 05/20/14

Mexico has an inequality problem. The uneven distribution of wealth is perhaps best illustrated by a series of images captured by photographer Oscar Ruíz in Mexico City. Produced by ad firm Publicis, the campaign seeks to to highlight the huge wealth disparity in the country in order to "Erase the Difference." ... Read more

Click to zoom - What Inequality Looks Like (in Mexico)

North Korea's Biggest City Looks Like A Ghost Town
HP |Emily Thomas | 05/21/14

To the outside world, glimpses of daily life in North Korea are few and far between. A Singaporean photographer, however, recently created a video tour of the country's capital. With permission from North Korea's notoriously secretive government, Aram Pan was allowed to mount a GoPro Hero 3 camera onto a car and roam the city of Pyongyang, filming the sights and sounds. ... Read more
GoPro City Tour Of Pyongyang, North Korea's Biggest City (05/19/14) [22:48]

DemocracyNow Daily News
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Thursday, May 22 [8:35]
*DN | NYC Suspends Massive 911 System Overhaul to Probe Lengthy Delays, $1 Billion Over Budget (05/22/14) [3:05]
DN | Facing Senate Uproar, Obama Admin to Release Memo Justifying Drone Killings of Americans Overseas (05/21/14) [3:18]
*TRNN | Congress Considering Expanding Wasteful Pentagon Programs (05/22/14) [10:14]
Anti-militarism advocates William Hartung and Greg Mello discuss why a House proposal to spend billions on new nuclear weapons, the F35 and other projects is wasteful and harmful for America's strategic interests.
Ring of Fire
*Papantonio: Gulf Coast Still Poisoned, Drill Baby Drill! (05/21/14) [9:48]
*RFK, Jr. and Seder: U.S. Postal Service Fighting for Survival (05/22/14) [9:23]
Koch Brothers Exposed
Koch Brothers Exposed (older version) (2012) [1:00:34]
Live Press Briefing and Premiere of Koch Brothers Exposed: 2014 Edition (05/20/14) [40:30]
Press Briefing and Premiere of Koch Brothers Exposed: 2014 Edition with Senator Harry Reid, Leader Nancy Pelosi, and Filmmaker Robert Greenwald.
*NEW version | Koch Brothers Exposed: 2014 Edition (05/20/14) [55:56]
Brave New Films website
Diane Rehms Show
Diane Rehm Think Tanks, Influence and Independence (05/21/14) [1hr]
The role of think tanks in shaping public policy dates back nearly a century to when the Brookings Institution set up shop in the nation's capital. The idea was to create a "university without students" that could provide research to lawmakers. Today, there are more than 1,800 think tanks in the United States, 400 in Washington alone. They range from liberal to conservative, scholarly to activist. Recently, outside groups have started to demand a higher level of transparency when it comes to where think tanks get their money. They say citizens deserve to know who is bankrolling the ideas that shape our democracy. A conversation about think tanks, influence and independence.
Fukushima Documentary Films - The Radioactive Waters of Fukushima (full) (05/13/14) [49:11]

Other Videos and Documentaries I Ran Across
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As I construct My News Pages I constantly run across a lot of NEW videos, and since I find YouTube frustrating trying to re-find videos, I save the links in this section so I can find them again.

05.22.2014. 10:06

Wednesday May 21, 2014
News Articles

All About Blackshades, the Malware That Lets Hackers Watch You Through Your Webcam
MotherJones | Dana Liebelson | 05/21/14

On Monday, US officials announced the arrest of more than 90 people allegedly connected to an organization called Blackshades, which sold software that allows hackers to easily take over a Microsoft Windows computer remotely. Last year, a college student used the tool to take nude photos of Miss Teen USA via her personal computer's webcam. According to the FBI and law enforcement officials, the program has been sold and distributed to "thousands" of people in more than 100 countries since 2010, affecting some 700,000 victims. Here's why you might want to update your anti-virus software, or, if you're prone to dancing around your room naked, at least put a piece of tape over your webcam.

Blackshades is the name of an organization allegedly owned by a Swedish 24-year-old named Alex Yücel. According to government officials, Yücel and Michael Hogue?, a 23-year-old US citizen who was arrested in 2012 as part of the feds' tangential investigation into Blackshades, codeveloped the Blackshades remote access tool (RAT). This tool, which sold for as little as $40 at bshades.eu and other sites, essentially allowed buyers to act as peeping Toms on strangers' computers. The organization made more than $350,000 between September 2010 and April 2014, according to the FBI. ... Read more

Russia And China Finally Sign Historic $400 Billion "Holy Grail" Gas Deal
ZeroHedge | author | 05/21/14

There was some trepidation yesterday when after the first day of Putin's visit to China the two countries did not announce the completion of the long-awaited "holy grail" gas dead, and fears that it may get scuttled over price negotiations. It wasn't: moments ago Russia's Gazprom and China's CNPC announced, that after a decade of negotiations, the two nations signed a 30 year gas contract amounting to around $400 billion. And with the west doing all it can to alienate Russia and to force it into China's embrace, this is merely the beginning of what will be a far closer commercial (and political) relationship between China and Russia. ... Read more

As Russia Dumps A Record Amount Of US Treasurys, Here Is What It Is Buying
ZeroHedge | author | 05/21/14

Last week we commented that based on TIC data, while "Belgium's" unprecedented Treasury buying spree continues, one country has been dumping US bonds at an unprecedented rate, and in March alone Russia sold a record $26 billion, or 20% of its holdings. So as Russia is selling a record amount of US paper, what is it buying? For the answer we go to Goldcore which tells us that "Russia Buys 900,000 Ounces Of Gold Worth $1.17 Billion In April." ... Read more

DemocracyNow Daily News
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Wednesday, May 21 [12:36]
DN | Koch Brothers Exposed: The Chilling New Documentary Republicans Don't Want You to See (05/21/14) [1:18]
DN | Behind the Koch Brothers: New Book Spills the Secrets of Nation's Most Powerful & Private Dynasty (05/21/14) [5:13]
*Robert Greenwald's "Koch Brothers Exposed" (full) (2012) [1:00:51]
*TRNN | Michael Hudson: The Fed's practice of buying mortgage and government bonds has helped big banks profit while leaving homeowners holding more debt (05/21/14) [8:01]
TRNN | James Henry: 5 Things You Need to Know About Credit Suisse's Criminal Charge (05/21/14) [10:52]
Ring of Fire
*Ring of Fire | Where Has All The Money Gone? (05/20/14) [12:50]
Ring of Fire | Leaked Secret Trade Doc Portends US/EU Fracking Bonanza (05/20/14) [5:38]
As written, secretive trade agreement would push industry-friendly protections for gas production...
Ring of Fire | Countries in the European Union are working on implementing a financial transaction tax, why can't the US. (03/25/14) [5:44]
Jon Stewart
*Jon Stewart | A new type of handgun the "smart gun" threatens to harm the status of its fellow guns. (05/20/14) [4:41]
Jon Stewart | V.A. offices in several states alter hospital records to hide the degree of their inadequacy and negligence. (05/19/14) [4:36]

05.21.2014. 14:17

Tuesday May 20, 2014
News Articles

Koch vs. Koch: The Brutal Battle That Tore Apart America's Most Powerful Family
MotherJones | Daniel Schulman | 05/20/14

The roles the brothers would play in that drama were established from boyhood. Fred and Mary Koch's oldest son, Frederick, a lover of theater and literature, left Wichita for boarding school after 7th grade and barely looked back. Charles, the rebellious No. 2, was molded from an early age as Fred's successor. After eight years at MIT and a consulting firm, Charles returned to Wichita to learn the intricacies of the family business. Together, he and David would build their father's Midwestern company, which as of 1967 had $250 million in yearly sales and 650 employees, into a corporate Goliath with $115 billion in annual revenues and a presence in 60 countries. Under their leadership, Koch Industries grew into the second-largest private corporation in the United States (only the Minneapolis-based agribusiness giant Cargill is bigger).

Bill, meanwhile, would become best known for his flamboyant escapades: as a collector of fine wines who embarked on a litigious crusade against counterfeit vino, as a playboy with a history of messy romantic entanglements, and as a yachtsman who won the America's Cup in 1992, an experience he likened, unforgettably, to the sensation of "10,000 orgasms." Koch Industries made its money the old-fashioned way--oil, chemicals, cattle, timber--and in its dizzying rise, David and Charles amassed fortunes estimated at $41 billion apiece, tying them for sixth place among the wealthiest people on the planet. ... Read more

The Greenspan Housing Bubble Lives On: 20 Million Homeowners Can't Trade-Up Because They Are Still Underwater
ZeroHedge | author | 05/20/14

One of the most deplorable aspects of Greenspan's monetary central planning was the lame proposition that financial bubbles can't be detected, and that the job of central banks is to wait until they crash and then flood the market with liquidity to contain the damage.

In fact, after the giant housing bubble crashed and left millions of Main Street victims holding the bag, Greenspan evacuated the Eccles Building, and then spent nearly a whole chapter in his memoirs explaining how this devastation wasn't his fault.

Instead, he blamed Chinese peasant girls who came by the millions to the east China export factories where they lived a dozen at a time cramped in tiny dormitory rooms working 14 hour days. According to the Maestro, they "saved" too much, thereby enabling American's to overdo it on the mortgage borrowing front. Yes, in so many words he said exactly that! ... Read more

DemocracyNow Daily News
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Tuesday, May 20 [6:48]
DN | Sen. Al Franken: Media Mega-Mergers and FCC Rollback of Net Neutrality Threaten Democracy (05/20/14) [4:15]
*DN | Too Big To Jail? Credit Suisse Bank Pleads Guilty to Decades of Tax Evasion, But Execs Avoid Prison (05/20/14) [4:27]
DN | Snowden Docs Reveal NSA, DEA Teamed Up to Record Every Cell Phone Call in Bahamas (05/20/14) [5:37]
*TRNN | TRNN Debate: Is Obama Doing Enough to Fight Climate Change? (05/20/14) [17:59]
Environmental scholar Subhankar Banerjee and Center for American Progress fellow Daniel Weiss debate the Obama administration's record on fighting climate change after government report finds climate change effects happening now.
TRNN | Danny Glover and James Early at a Real News Town Hall discuss the role of the mainstream media (05/20/14) [23:37]
TYT News
TYT | CNBC Anchor BLASTS "Extremism" in the GOP (05/19/14) [3:11]
TYT | What Is the "Liberal" Obama Administration's Beef with Economist Thomas Piketty? (05/19/14) [4:48]
TYT | India's Pro-Business Candidate Wins World's Biggest Election (05/19/14) [9:09]
Financial Crisis | Banksters
This is from several years ago on the Dylan Radigan Show. It was good then, and still true NOW!
Dylan Ratigan | loses it on air (2011) [4:45]
*The Financial Crisis & Public Debts Explained In Detail (2012) [52:06]
Understanding the Financial Crisis: Origin and Impact - Elizabeth Warren (2008) [1:38:53]
slide the progressbar to 31:51 and play to 44:54
Jon Stewart
Here is another person who we should be listen to. Jon Stewart | Learn more about Malala Yousafzai, you can buy her book or visit The Malala Fund.() [6:13]

05.20.2014. 10:54

Monday May19, 2014
News Articles

How to Save the Planet
Bill Moyers | author | 05/16/14

Report after report tells us our planet is in trouble. Most recently, two teams of researchers concluded that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet's gradual collapse due to global warming has become unstoppable; as a result, sea levels will rise by feet, not inches, in the centuries to come. This is just one of the many frightening effects of climate change.

Yet Americans remain unfazed. Only 40 percent of us are concerned, a Gallup poll recently found. Twenty-five percent remain global warming skeptics. Legislative attempts at climate action are inevitably derailed, and political hopefuls increasingly play the science denial card to win support. So what can we do? Read more

Wealth Of UK's 1000 Richest People Increased 15% In Past Year; Equal To 3.5x GDP Of Greece.

Eight Pseudoscientific Climate Claims Debunked by Real Scientists
Bill Moyers | Joshua Holland | 05/16/14

Most people who deny that human activity is warming the planet just dismiss a massive body of scientific evidence as a big hoax.

But there's a more sophisticated set of climate "skeptics" who make arguments that, at least to the lay ear, sound like they're grounded in scientific evidence. And because most of us lack the background to evaluate their claims, they can muddy the waters around an issue that's been settled in the scientific community. ... Read more

  1. No, the Earth Hasn't Stopped Warming Since 1998 (or 1996 or 1997)
  2. No, the IPCC Makes Projections, Not Predictions
  3. Yes, the Temperature Readings Are Reliable
  4. Yes, There Is a Scientific Consensus
  5. It's Not the Sun's Fault
  6. Doubling Down With "Global Cooling"
  7. Yes, It's Been Warm Before
  8. No, Antarctic Ice Isn't Increasing
  9. And 168 more…
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Read The Secret Trade Memo Calling For More Fracking and Offshore Drilling
HP |Zach Carter | 05/19/14

The European Union is pressing the Obama administration to expand U.S. fracking, offshore oil drilling and natural gas exploration under the terms of a secret negotiation text obtained by The Huffington Post.

The controversial document is an early draft of energy policies that EU negotiators hope to see adopted under the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) trade deal, which is currently being negotiated. The text was shared with American officials in September. The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative declined to comment on the document. ... Read more

The California Drought Is Far From Over, And The Entire State Is Suffering
HP | Carly Schwartz | 05/16/14

For a few days last month, it rained in San Francisco. Residents across the city cheered a welcomed respite from a drought that has crippled California for more than two years -- but the celebration turned out to be premature.

On Thursday, for the first time this century, the U.S. Drought Monitor declared that all of California is in a "severe" drought, with many areas of the state in an even worse condition, from "extreme" to "exceptional," the poorest possible rating. ... Read more

FBI Issues "Most Wanted" Notice For Wang "Ugly Gorilla" Dong And 4 Other Chinese Army Officers.
DemocracyNow Daily News
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Monday, May 19 [11:56]
DN | "The Most Important Journalist You've Never Heard Of": Remembering William Worthy (1921-2014) (05/19/14) [9:42]
TRNN | Steve Wamhoff of Citizens for Tax Justice discusses how Pfizer Offers To Buy Foreign Corporation In Order To Avoid Paying More Taxes. (05/19/14) [6:34]
TRNN | Ajamu Baraka explains: Boko Haram Kidnappings An Excuse For The U.S. To Further Entrench Itself In Africa (05/19/14) [6:46]
The book "Nigeria: Dancing on the Brink" by John Campbell. Mr. Campbell is the former US ambassador to Nigeria and an expert on Nigeria. His book is extremely informative, was updated in 2013 and very readable.

One would not know from the MSM just how reluctant Nigeria is in accepting US military assistance in finding "Our Girls". They keep saying all they want is US intelligence, military weapons and money. They are rightfully highly suspicious of boots on the ground and it is not in their nature. As Mr. Campbell puts it, Nigeria which makes up the bulk of UN peacekeeping troops in Africa is used to giving help but not asking for military help.

The latest stories to splash across the media is that Chad, Cameroon, Niger and Benin are joining the "total war" against Boko Haram. These are Francophone countries. Nigeria is also highly suspicious of them and would not want their boots on the ground in Nigeria either. The spin of the MSM is that Africa is uniting to fight a common threat. More likely this is another initiative by the West. Confusing though is that the US, for its own interests, has been pushing France and Belgium out of Africa.

I keep reminding people that this is the centennial year of the start of WW1. That war was largely ignited by the Scramble for Africa. Not much has changed in 100 years except now we can kill much larger numbers of people.
TYT News
TYT | Pentagon May Grant Chelsea Manning's Request for Gender Transition (05/19/14) [4:04]
TYT | Segregation's Over, Right? Wrong, It's Making A Comeback (05/19/14) [9:05]
TYT | Should School Records Cost More Than Most Cars? (05/19/14) [6:34]
TYT | Latest Billionaire Perk? Beach Goons! (05/19/14) [3:48]
'Star Wars' Arm Will Change How You Think, Literally (05/18/14) [4:22]
Diane Rehms Show
Diane Rehm James Webb: "I Heard My Country Calling" (05/19/14) [1hr]
John Oliver | Last Week Tonight
HBO | Ukraine - Eurovision and Crimea Coin (05/11/14) [6:55]
HBO Last Week Tonight with John Oliver | GM Ad (05/18/14) [4:50]
HBO | Fareed Zakaria Interview on India's Election (05/18/14) [7:35]
HBO | Last Week Tonight With John Oliver: General Keith Alexander Extended Interview (04/27/14) [9:25]

05.19.2014. 12:47

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