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Saturday, December 9, 2023

News from “The Nation”


Investigative reporter Greg Palast, best known for uncovering the alleged fraud in Florida in the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections, followed the footprints of corporations such as BP and Exxon all over the world and uncovered the intricate connections between power, energy and resources. His new book, Vultures’ Picnic, takes on corporate power in the energy industry.

In this video, he talks to The Nation‘s John Nichols about his book and how investigative reporting is suppressed by corporate media and conservative legislation.

All best,
Peter Rothberg, The Nation

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‘Occupy the Voting Booth’–Thousands March to Protect the Vote
ARI BERMAN | Thousands marched in NYC on Saturday to protest the GOP’s war on voting.


Russia’s Great December Evolution
KATRINA VANDEN HEUVEL | Recent protests are the most striking display of grassroots democracy and activism since the early 1990s.


Meltdown at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
GEORGE ZORNICK | Bureaucratic battles reveal the nuclear industry has many friends at the agency which regulates it.


The Fracturing of Occupy Wall Street
J.A. MYERSON | One month after the NYPD cleared Zuccotti Park, the lack of a physical space to occupy is creating divisions within the movement.


Goodbye, Iraq
ROBERT DREYFUSS | The US leaves a wake of destruction behind after more than eight years of brutality.


Why Newt Gingrich Hates the State Department
BEN ADLER | Gingrich has been criticizing the State Department and calling for its overhaul.


The Arts of Occupation
YATES MCKEE | Occupy Wall Street isn’t just producing art work, it’s challenging the boundaries of art and activism.


My Feelings About Tim Tebow, Summed Up Perfectly in ‘Broadcast News’
DAVE ZIRIN | I’ve found my feelings about the Boy Scout with the biblical eye-black best explained in a movie almost a quarter-century old.


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