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Mickey Huff in studio with Peter Phillips analyze the state of the free press and civil liberties in the US.  They kick things off with Sue Wilson, founder of the Media Action Center, about the private censorship of public airwaves and the FCC’s possible ruling deciding whether or not right wing radio is “bonafide” news; then legendary free press proponent and documentary filmmaker John Pilger joins in from London for commentary on the state of the free press as well as his latest film project; and they close out the show with Beau Hodai, author of the new study published by the Center for Media and Democracy, “Dissent or Terror: how the nation's counter terrorism apparatus, in partnership with corporate America, turned on Occupy Wall Street.”

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