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For the first half of the show, Mickey's guest is comedian Lee Camp, host of "Redacted Tonight" on RT Television, 
and author of the new book, "Bullet Points and Punch Lines."
Then Craig Aaron of FreePress.net returns to the show and explains his proposal that Congress fund a fiscal-stimulus plan 
for US journalism, to begin restoring the nation's depleted corps of local reporters.

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Music-break Information: 
1) "Blasting Cap" by Preston Reed
2) "Let's Work Together" by Canned Heat
3) "Ride Across the River" by Dire Straits
In the first segment of this week's program, Nolan Higdon and Mickey Huff discuss how the Democratic primaries 
reflect a struggle for control of the party's future.  
Then Emil Marmol returns to the show to present some of his evidence that corporate media (especially cable-news hosts)
 -- instead of providing fair coverage -- have gone to bizarre extremes to try to undermine the Bernie Sanders campaign.

Music-break Information: 
1) "Spirits in the Material World" by the Police
2) "Gimme Some Truth" by John Lennon
3) "For What It's Worth" by the Buffalo Springfield
How does the constant presence of smart phones and other digital devices affect the developing brains of young children? 
Media scholar Mary Rothschild has investigated this question, and offers her surprising conclusions, as well as suggested 
strategies for parents and teachers to manage children's use of these devices.
Mary Rothschild has taught at Fordham and Adelphi Universities, and now offers consultations for parents and educators 
on managing children's media usage. 

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Political / historical writer David Talbot's latest book is also his first work of biography. Between Heaven and Hell is an account of the stroke he suffered, and its aftermath. This Project Censored Show presents a talk Talbot gave in January 2020 at Copperfield's Books in Petaluma, California. In a candid – yet often humorous – presentation, Talbot describes the 'otherworldly' sensations he experienced, the caregivers he met in a month-long hospitalization, notable moments in his journalism career, and reflections on life and death.

David Talbot founded Salon.com, and was Salon's editor-in-chief for its first ten years. 
He also wrote BrothersThe Devil's Chessboard, and Season of the Witch, as well as 
an opinion column for the San Francisco Chronicle.

Music-break Information: "Marwa Blues" by George Harrison

the Project Censored Show:

Hosts: Mickey Huff & Chase Palmieri

Producers: Anthony Fest & Dennis Murphy
Mickey and Chase host an hour dedicated to climate change, and how the world can move toward 
a low-emissions economy. This week's guests are climate organizer Robert Manning, nuclear-energy expert 
Arnie Gundersen, and Andrew Kodama, director of the Mt Diablo Peace & Justice Center. 

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Music-break Information:
1) "The Resistance" by 2 Cellos
2) "Ride Across the River" by Dire Straits
3) "Embryonic Journey" by Hot Tuna

Mickey begins the show with a conversation with academic colleague John Corbally
their topic is "Why History Matters." Corbally has just completed a new textbook 
on 20th Century history, one that endeavors to include the perspectives of third-world 
nations, and of everyday people, rather than only the deeds of leaders and elites.
In the second half-hour, Chase Palmieri rejoins the program as a guest,
to offer an update on the latest developments at Credder.com, a web site
that offers its users the ability to rate media outlets' coverage of news stories.
John Corbally teaches history at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California.
His new book is "The Twentieth Century World, 1914 to the Present," from Bloomsbury Press.

Chase Palmieri cohosts the Project Censored Show, and is a co-founder of Credder.com
Mickey's first guest, author Rosa del Duca, recounts her personal journey from teenage National Guard recruit to conscientious objector, 
and the maze that all would-be-COs must navigate.
Then Nolan Higdon revisits the show to discuss a new study of corporate-media bias against the Bernie Sanders campaign. 
Rosa del Duca is an author and singer-songwriter; her web site is www.rosadelduca.com  
Her book about her National Guard experiences is "Breaking Cadence," from Ooligan Press.
Nolan Higdon teaches history and media studies at Cal State East Bay, and is a frequent guest on the Project Censored Show.
Music-break information:
1) "The Universal Soldier" by Buffy St Marie 
2) "Politician" by Cream 
3) "Selling the News" by Switchfoot  
As Northern California communities tally the toll of disastrous fires and repeated power shutoffs,
Peter Phillips and Tim Ogburn say it's time to replace the investor-owned Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
with a public power authority. They say the recent installation of a new board of directors at PG&E
won't solve the problems, because the new directors, like their predecessors, represent the global one-percent,
not the utility's customers.
Peter Phillips is Professor of Sociology at Sonoma State University, former director of Project Censored, and the 
cofounder of the Project Censored Show. His most recent book is "Giants."
Tim Ogburn is a manager for the California EPA, and an environmental consultant.
Their article about PG&E can be found at
Music-break information:
1) "The Resistance" by 2 Cellos 
2) "Let's Work Together" by Canned Heat
3) "The Way It Is" by Bruce Hornsby
Andy Worthington and Kristina Borjesson make return visits to the Project Censored
to update listeners on their work. Andy Worthington, a long-time campaigner
for the closure of the Guantanamo Bay prison camp, shares what he's learned
about conditions for the men still locked up there.
In the second half of the program, journalist Kristina Borjesson summarizes
the turns her career took when her investigative work went beyond what
her corporate media employers wanted. She also explains her new project,
a podcast by and for whistleblowers. 
Journalist Andy Worthington has devoted much of this time to exposing the
illegal nature of Guantanamo Bay. He is the author of The Guantanamo Files,
and producer of Outside the Law

Kristina Borjesson is an award-winning TV producer, writer and editor;

she has covered stories from the destruction of TWA Flight 800 to 
the September 11 attacks, and many others.Her books include Into the Buzzsaw 
and Feet to the Fire. 
Links to the guests' web sites:
Music-break information:
1) "Lucifer" by the Alan Parsons Project
2) "Gimme Some Truth" by John Lennon
3) "Phoenix" by Wishbone Ash
the Project Censored Show:


Host: Mickey Huff 
Producers: Anthony Fest & Dennis Murphy

Kevin Gosztola and Ted Rall make return visits to the Project Censored
to update listeners on their latest work. Kevin Gosztola, shares the latest news 
about the cases of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and military whistleblower 
Chelsea Manning.
In the second half of the program, journalist Ted Rall explains his legal battle 
with his former employer the Los Angeles Times, a case that has gone to
the California Supreme Court. He also analyzes corporate-media coverage
of the Democratic Party presidential contenders. 
Both guests also comment on the U.S. assassination of Iranian leader 
Qassem Soleimani. 

Kevin Gosztola is managing editor of shadowproof.com
Ted Rall is an author and political cartoonist.
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