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Truthdigger of the Week: Emmanuel Vincent, Founder of Climate Feedback
- Apr 30, 2016
The University of California at Merced oceanographer has established a network of scientists who serve as watchdogs over climate-change reportage.
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Yanis Varoufakis, Former Greek Finance Minister, Returns to Public Life More Hopeful Than Ever - Apr 29, 2016
The left-wing Syriza member resigned in 2015 after five tumultuous months battling eurozone creditors as they turned the austerity screws on Greece. Now he is continuing the fight through the new democracy movement, DiEM25.
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Truthdiggers of the Week: Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield of Ben & Jerry’s Fame - Apr 23, 2016
The arrest of the ice cream giants at Monday’s Democracy Awakening protest in Washington, D.C., went down well.
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The Panama Papers Whistleblower
- Apr 9, 2016
Before the historic leak, the issue of extreme global income inequality was mostly just a concept. Now it has names and faces.
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Pardiss Kebriaei, a Lawyer Shedding Light on ‘Gitmo’ Prison and Prisoners
- Apr 9, 2016
In her writings she brings to life the cruelties that the inmates have endured, and in her legal work she has succeeded in getting several men cleared and released.
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Why Famous People Lie About Combat
- Feb 27, 2015
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: It’s Peter Scheer’s last show. Also, a retired federal agent is for the legalization of all drugs; the United States hates controversial art; the Veterans Affairs secretary is a liar; and more.
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If Ubiquitous Surveillance Doesn’t Stop Terrorism, Why Does the NSA Want to Know Everything? - Feb 27, 2015
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Robert Scheer responds to new revelations about NSA hacks on hard drives and nearly every mobile phone in the U.S. Also, David Blau on the childcare problem.
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How Google Met the CIA, Plus Other Scary Stories From ‘They Know Everything About You’ - Feb 27, 2015
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Robert Scheer connects the dots on surveillance, the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership could break the Internet, a Super Bowl commercial embarrasses minimum-wage workers and the Republican candidates for president embarrass themselves.


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