Friday, September 30, 2011

Occupy Wall Street - a revolution?

Occupy Wall Street - a revolution?



As Occupy Wall Street protests wrap up their second week, unions are joining the crowds. Will this become a revolution? RT's Anastasia Churkina reports.


Porn Jobs Program Stimulates Economy

Porn Jobs Program Stimulates Economy



In this recession, many people are finding that they have to rely on themselves, instead of President Obama's job promises. Even in tough economic times, demand for porn remains strong, and more and more people are learning to make money off sex.


US State Dept bans free speech

US State Dept bans free speech



Peter Van Buren has become one of the newest targets of the US Department of State. What did he do? He blogged. Van Buren posted a link to a publically available WikiLeaks diplomatic cable, but even after nearly a quarter of a century with the US government, they are opening up an investigation on him. Following the release of a new book from Van Buren, he talks to Lauren Lyster about what you can and can't say in the land of the free.


Jeremy Scahill on can the CIA kill whoever they want

Jeremy Scahill on can the CIA kill whoever they want




A drone strike over Yemen today killed two al-Qaeda operatives that were born in America. President Obama authorized the executions, but neither man was ever charged with a crime or given a trial. Can the CIA bypass the constitution to do as they wish? Jeremy Scahill of The National weighs in.


Occupy Wall Street -- Let banks fail

Occupy Wall Street -- Let banks fail



Occupy Wall Street continues. Now the Unions are backing the movement and plan on joining the occupiers very soon. The demonstrators have been peaceful and feel this is the only way for Americans to have their voice heard. Many are saying that the government needs to let the banks fail and think they have received more than enough aid. Julie Lawler, a protester for Occupy Wall Street, shares with us her experience at the protests.


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