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Author and editorial cartoonist Ted Rall is the first guest; he explains the latest developments
in his legal battle with the Los Angeles Times, and the wider problem of how big corporations 
now use anti-SLAPP statues to stop less-powerful plaintiffs from having their cases heard by juries.
In the second half of the show, Robert Manning and Kenneth Dubroff introduce a new grassroots-based 
nuclear-disarmament advocacy group they created, and how they hope to influence decision-makers.
They point out that the nuclear nations' arsenals of today are even more dangerous than those of the 1960s.
Web sites mentioned on this week's program:
Music info:
1st break:  "Policy of Truth" by Depeche Mode
2nd break: "Get Up, Stand Up" by Bob Marley
3rd break:  "The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades" by Timbuk 3.
the Project Censored Show:


Hosts: Mickey Huff & Chase Palmieri

Producers: Anthony Fest & Dennis Murphy

Amid the ongoing corporate-media hue and cry about 'Russian interference' in the 2016 US election, 
media scholar Rob Williams reviews the evidence, and the unexamined assumptions made by promoters of 
the 'Russian hacking' position. Some of the discussion on the show revolves around Kathleen Hall Jamieson's 
new book Cyberwar
Rob Williams teaches Communications at the University of Vermont and other institutions. 
He's also the publisher of the Vermont Independent, and a frequent contributor to Project Censored. 
His review of the Jamieson book can be found at www.projectcensored.org 

Music info:
1st break: Joe Walsh, "A Life of Illusion"
2nd break: the Who, "The Punk Meets the Godfather"  

the Project Censored Show:


Hosts: Mickey Huff & Chase Palmieri

Producers: Anthony Fest & Dennis Murphy

This week's show presents speeches and conversation from Project Censored's 2018 Media Freedom Summit 2.0 
The first 2/3 of the show is from the keynote panel, then we hear part of the "News Abuse" discussion. 
The panelists heard on the program are Abby Martin, Nora Barrows-Friedman, Eleanor Goldfield, John Collins, Nicole Eigbrett, and Steve Peraza. 
They address topics ranging from Palestine to Black leadership to the corporate press' misleading portrayals of who the "Trump voters" were.
The Media Freedom Summit took place in late October 2018. The Project Censored Show of November 19, 2018 
presented audio from other speakers at the Summit. 
In the aftermath of the Facebook/Twitter purge of hundreds of pages, artist/journalist 
Eleanor Goldfield explains the need for an alternative to those sites. Then Bill Ottman 
describes his new social-media site, Minds.com, and how it differs from the giants. 

Web sites mention on this week's program:
Long-time investigative reporter Dave Lindorff explores the Pentagon's financial mysteries, 
including massive unaccounted-for spending and decades of non-compliance with audit law. 
Later in the program, a look at the real record of the late President George H.W. Bush. 

Dave Lindorff is a widely-published independent journalist. His article on financial stonewalling 
at the Pentagon appears in the December 10 issue of The Nation, and at www.thenation.com
More of Lindorff's work is available at www.thiscantbehappening.net 
This week's program presents excerpts from two of the panels at Project Censored's recent "Media Freedom 2.0" conference. 
First, a look at corporate media's misleading stereotypes of working-class Americans, with Steve Macek and Robin Andersen. 
Then Kashmiri journalist Ifat Gazia relates some of the atrocities committed by Indian occupation troops in Kashmir, 
and calls on the world to pay attention.


Steve Macek teaches at North Central College in Chicago; Robin Andersen teaches at Fordham University in NYC. 
Ifat Gazia is a Kashmiri freelance reporter. Tara Dorabji is an author and radio journalist who has twice reported from Kashmir.
Historian Peter Kuznick returns to the Project Censored Show to discuss 
the forthcoming update to his book The Untold History of the United States.
The new material will cover the period from 2012 to 2018.
In the interview on this week's show, Kuznick addresses issues ranging from 
Trump and Russia, to the prospects for ending the conflict in Syria.
Mickey, Chase and their guests analyze the October 11-12 mass deletion of pages or accounts by Facebook and Twitter. 
The two social-media giants eliminated over 800 pages, many of them from independent-journalism or 
anti-establishment-politics sites. 
PM "Patti" Beers is social media manager for theantimedia.com; her organization's page was among the many deleted by Facebook.
Mnar Muhawish is editor-in-chief at Mint Press News, and is concerned that Mint Press might be targeted in a future purge.
the Project Censored Show:
Hosts: Mickey Huff  & Chase Palmieri

Producers: Anthony Fest & Dennis Murphy
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9/11 activists Jenna Orkin and Jon Gold are Mickey's guests for the hour. Rather than considering who the perpetrators might've been, these guests discuss the public health disaster that followed the attacks, when thousands of emergency workers and area residents became ill from the toxins spread by the fires and collapse of the World Trade Center. Jon Gold also calls out some of the lies told by politicians (both federal and local) about 9/11, as well as the failures of the 9/11 Commission.
This is a rebroadcast of the Project Censored Show of July 16, 2018
Jenna Orkin has written four books, the most recent being "Ground Zero Wars." She focuses on the public health impacts of the 9/11 disaster. At the time of the attacks, her son attended high school four blocks from the WTC.
Jon Gold has been investigating 9/11 for over ten years. His latest work is "We Were Lied To About 9/11," a digital collection of transcripts from interviews with journalists, whistleblowers, peace activists, relatives of victims, and others who've worked to uncover the story. 
Web sites mentioned on this week's show:
Mickey Huff and Chase Palmieri are joined by several of the contributors to "Censored 2019,"
the latest edition, just-published, of Project Censored's annual compilations of censored stories
and media analysis. They discuss some of the "Top 25" censored stories, as well as new developments
in media.
Andy Lee Roth is associate director of Project Censored, and co-editor of Censored 2019 (with Mickey Huff). 
He holds a PhD in Sociology from UCLA and teaches in the Seattle area. Steve Macek teaches at North Central College 
in Illinois, and is the author of "Urban Nightmares," a study of the negative depictions of cities in US media. Eleanor Goldfield 
is a journalist, musician, and multimedia artist. 
Music-break info:
1) song: Lunar Sea artist: Camel
album: Lunar Sea label: Decca
2) song: Phoenix artist: Wishbone Ash
album: Wishbone Ash label: Decca
3) song: Ride Across the River  Artist: Dire Straits

album: Brothers in Arms  label: Warner Bros.

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