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middling i mean it's pretty incredible they are for the first time in meeting with . and good luck people that want out. deep in a five hundred page report last month the trump administration admitted there will be a seven degree rise in global temperatures by twenty one hundred seven degrees is beyond catastrophic it's without a doubt the end of life as we know it so you may think well this is great since it has finally signed on to climate change we can get to work doing something about this exactly the troubling mystery as you wrote the report to justify president trump's decision to freeze federal fuel efficiency standards for cars and trucks built after twenty twenty so this report basically says the world is anyone who cares about fuel efficiency. and yes i mean if you know we are destroying our ability to survive it's time to have some fun i think you know. if one room in your
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house is on fire you don't try and put it out you break out the small or. strip. her right i myself of the gun power and my monster truck with solar panels ground up solar panels that you can pour on me into the gas tank it's amazing is incredible and if i run out of those it also runs on liquefied compost buckets. but let's get back to thrums do trade deal it's worse than just environmental standards for the u.s. m.c.a. increases the cost of pharmaceutical drugs through intellectual property protections that go significantly beyond nafta finally big pharma gets thrown a bone it's a bad time it's a ballot i don't know about you but i've it just makes me sick watching per do pharmaceutical exacts begging for cigarettes under need. brain tressel i'm sick of
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it ok for the board members of johnson and johnson offering to johnson. it's awkward it's awkward every time every time i see a pfizer c.e.o. boiling a dead rat a back alley i think why guy. why do bad eggs happen to good people. or those exact are really suffering but one of the most horrible parts of the t.p. pay trade deal was the trade tribunals they could supersede us law and allow corporations to do what ever the they want these are. tribunals and the new trade deal eliminates them go. read it and when the us m.c.a. reduces the limb and. just of an endless. yes the mother. dies down
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a little. i'm beginning to think this trade the other drugs and was so wonderful is not so wonderful when he said it was so wonderful. but i don't understand trump does not lie he only speaks. he only speaks the truth which is written for him by someone who was always lying all right. according to the citizens trace campaigns mexico mexican workers will continue to be horribly exploited american jobs will continue to be outsourced the environment will continue to be degraded and the wages for workers in all three nafta countries will continue to decline oh ok what a relief so you're saying everything's tan the same. as i was worried things are going to change exploitation and degradation we have that down right way. but if you're one of the weirdos who still prefers not to be exploited there is still time to stop us m.c.a. leaders are expected to. signed the deal on december first at the g.
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twenty meeting then president trump has sixty days to report to congress and congress has to then ratify it but as we saw with brett kavanaugh congress stands up to rape the. corporate head ok ok ok. ok stand up isn't there. one of us is one of us coming in from washington d.c. to build the base of the way. a. welcome welcome only can always take the news from behind let's start off with the hidden truth a little hidden truth about the new supreme court justice and thrice accused sexual
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assault or brett kavanaugh barack obama's pick for the supreme court who got blocked by republicans was merrick garland and if you recall from the talking boob tube merrick garland was heaven sent he was a guard on monk and he was a man among ants he was and. he was completely different from kavanagh in ways other than how they voted as judges. cavanagh voted ninety three percent of the time with his colleague judge merrick garland when they both heard cases together on a federal appeals court in d.c. this was hardly brought up during kavanagh's hearings except it was mentioned but was mentioned by none other than accuse zodiac killer ted cruz. however ted cruz was saying it in the vein of look at how awesome and a reason. judge kavanagh. but of course the real reason obama's pick and trump's
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pick are ninety three percent identical is because our presidency and our court system have been captured by the corporate state right. that's why. that is why how could it be you know they want to believe it's dark versus light evil versus good it's darth vader versus luke skywalker how can that be if they're voting together ninety three percent of the time all right it's not dark versus light it's dark versus a slightly lighter shade of george. it's like a moment versus like a red violets are perhaps selfish so a fistful maybe it's a kavanagh first as a cabin the. speaking of justice. to give just as last week it came out that authorities in san jose used a fit bit to catch a murderer and when i first heard that of course like you pictured
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a fit bit running down a street with a broadsword all right but that's not it now after a woman was found murdered with a knife authorities spoke to her ninety year old stepfather who said he had been over to her house at three pm but she was fine when he left however the fitbit data showed a significant spike in her heart rate at three twenty pm followed by a rapid slowing the fifth it stopped registering heart rate at three twenty eight pm the same time security cameras showed her stepfather was there now am i glad her murderous father was caught of course but i'd also like to take a moment just just a second to discuss the fact that very pit knows when you're terrified of that terrifying kid knows when you're scared or excited or asleep and can report that to the authorities what. i mean everyone seems to think this is just totally cool. but
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when they feel the same if it wasn't some high tech device what if instead it was just your lawn maintenance guy right. like i found out last week that my guy dare all scene here has been updating the authorities on when i'm frightened when i'm excited when i'm staring into the middle distance and crying he's been telling them what but once i found out that was going on i threw them off by screaming and puking every time brian williams came on t.v. . and then orgasm ing whenever the microwave bell went off. now i have them right where i was right where i was found. you don't know me you don't go. through the brian way of that before but still point is sure i'm happy this murderer was caught but we also have to consider the incredible invasion of privacy by devices that can see and hear our every move either we need to address these questions or we need to make sure sure that every time
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your about to kill someone you strap their bit to a squirrel and send it off into the woods. for middle bowing. some people are taking steps to protect our privacy though one is certainly berners lee he's known best for inventing a small trinket called the internet initially designed as a place for people to post cat videos and gravity defying and gravity defying pornographic positions but nowadays kin tin used to be used for mainly that so berger's way is unveiling something called solid sol it is meant to change the current model where users have to hand over personal data or data to digital giants in exchange for perceived value sell it is how we evolve the web in order to restore balance by giving every one of us complete can. all over data personal or
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not in a revolutionary way and that my friends is the entirety of what i understood in that article all right. but the point is the guy who invented the internet is going to save us from the internet. we got it you know you got to try firefox for five years. so somehow this hippie night service serving manly thinks thinks he can have an information revolution that is not exploited for immense profit by the four horsemen of the apocalypse google facebook amazon and ad see yes big ass sees privacy abuses have gotten so bad that the moment you show up on the site it will try and sell you a crochet doily with your name on it how do you know my backstage was nice you know you are for acting. or if you have a very fit bit it will try to sell you a doily that says sorry to hear about your low sperm count.
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so i own three of those meanwhile corporations continue to fight for their privacy because that's the only sacrosanct precious kind of privacy google doesn't seem to care much that google plus revealed the private data of half a million users they knew about that months ago but didn't tell anyone however they do care about their own privacy finding out google's algorithm would require a mission impossible strategy that inevitably ended and you get someone's eyeball in order to pass a retinal scan. why does every movie have someone with a stick like why and how close are we to the eyeball circle era you know that said come in soon anyway i can't believe google is shutting down google plus how did they do that when it's so popular. org. or not
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google said ninety first cent of google plus user sessions are less than five seconds. that means the average visit to google plus consists of oh god i have a google plus. the entirety of it but i mean actually i am i have avid google plus user i go there whenever i want to be left alone. ironically i use google plus to finally get some privacy. where am i going to go now yes i'll just have to head over to facebook. and just to wrap up their small piece of nothing news the u.s. voted today or yesterday against a un resolution condemning gay sex death penalties joining countries like iraq and saudi arabia so to clarify us representatives voted against stopping
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executions of gay people for consensual sex but i'm sure we only did it in an effort to retake the moral high ground all right look we used to be on the moral high ground right now we're down here at the bottom because we do things like torture and imprison a giant number of our population and bomb school buses of children so what do we do to get back up there on the oil some say you got to go back up the mountain by behaving morally but that says it's very tiring and time consuming all right so there is another option you didn't even deeper. the moral low ground thereby causing the high ground to collapse. and then you're the one that even those who say you are so that is why we voted to execute gay people it was the moral thing to do. we have to go to quick break fun check out my
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free weekly podcast common sense or when i do them or our earlier was on i was. joined me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guests of the world of politics. i'm showbusiness i'll see you then. you need to lead the audience you need to let people decide what is the relevant to them you don't need to filter he self censoring so john author so censored himself he believed he knew better he believed he do with what the needs were of these folks and that self-censorship which is such a step in this is completely wrong and this is why we have been sleepwalking into the next financial crisis how john author's been a gonzo journalist i've been
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a property a new age journalist how do you how do you not self centered himself as this next crisis unfolds people would be better prepared to deal with it but they won't be because of the failure of fake journals like on. the way to the united states is dangerous for most of the illegal immigrants. crossing the most just as the little simple they want to become lost and enter another one the last one just about but many of them look for refuge in the so-called sentry science the drifter used to share information about undocumented migrants with federal authorities and the best person to ask than call mom. was needed more you know i didn't have much time i get i'm in a lot of class and i want that. they have that water they all choose to stay in the country with donald trump in the white house all over forty couples. both of you
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who be who could be about to do to go with both offensive it's going to have many couples won't. deal with triplets conclude impulse response both both from both of you up of a few hope of the. earth . goes home i'm still only care i care big. any other three letters that strike more fear in americans' hearts than the letters . maybe c.n.n. n.b.c. and fox. but thanks to i.r.s. budget cuts the only ones not shaking with fear are america's wealthy business owners including our own president who we recently discovered of a did taxes on four hundred million dollars of his inherited wealth for more on
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this we go to our certified pubic. ok thank you thank you very calmly. and i wish they change it in the phone book already so i stopped getting calls asking if they could write off each of their. ok i just got to relink them profile but what kind. of message does this send to americans when the only people we've seen busted for tax evasion are michael cohen in pomona fort don't get caught. this guy come on it's not that hard to slip by when the i.r.s. cuts more corners than spirit airlines. right now nothing strikes more fear into my heart than hearing the captain say i hope everyone peed before you boarded. but the russian republicans have slashed staffs and twenty eleven and the rate at which
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the agency audits tax returns to find a vision has plummeted by forty two percent were cohen and man of court went wrong was associating with the one man who thinks the take a penny leave a penny tray of the gas station is a piggy bank. everyone else is fine if they just stay low. a limit dating of the very people who can target the insanely wealthy is shady that the government loses hundreds of billions of dollars a year because the rich hide money in places like offshore account yet i am they're getting some of the back because the iris allowed americans were for. accounts to the little terror only disclose them and say a smaller penalty you know for those rich business owners who experience the unfamiliar tingling sensation of honesty and ethics. that's. a huge dent in the trillions american stash overseas if the best of the i.r.s. can offer since they do nothing with
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a now eight year old foreign account tax compliance act which required banks with american account holders to report info to the us plus i.r.s. agents don't even like tax evasion in fact a research associate at catholic university who spent twenty five years with the i.r.s. in an interview thirty former agents said agents love to ponzi scheme cases because there was a real victim in. something like that something like yeah so this should expand the pyramid schemes because every girl i went to high school with tries to recruit me to sell their ugly ass to get this. right the only way you can get paid is to recruit others when this is the merchandise or what. anyone sells should be a criminal act but congress. is the reason that foreign account laws that foreign accounts laws is useless i mean they cripple the i.r.s. from punishing business owners who corrupt lawmakers with corporate cash in the
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first place but congress is more than happy to have the i.r.s. shake us down for tax money yet the wealthiest americans get tax cuts while avoiding business tax of course they avoid them tax paperwork is hard and anyone of us can get up in fact i can prove it which is why. i got your tax return. how did you get to think the real question is why you don't lock your doors during the day it's time. that seeing. ok you know what most of this is just write off for face raisers and pleather jackets and. wait wait you. already write to me really got too much for you and didn't prove behind our government's motives in syria for more on this here's correspondent they only care
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of bonnie what the raging controversy. internal documents reveal that between twenty and eleven in two thousand and sixteen the u.s. opposed the burgeoning democratic movement in syria in favor of radical islamic groups look i'm not saying it's good news either if the us is claiming to bring democracy to your country because the us has its own special brand. democracy delivering. the seventy years syrian civil war looks like it's coming to an end as a son's forces are retaking the province but several months earlier the u.s. had already given up on the overthrow of assad in syria that must have been a un security council meeting for ambassador nikki haley we welcome the opportunity to discuss the prospects for
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a diplomatic solution in syria. head money. dabangg the u.s. foreign policy establishment didn't being democracy would replace assad military intelligence document said the opposition in syria does not yet have the numbers organization or capabilities overall to overwhelm the regime force the more probable threat the regime will be facing will come from within in the form of an attempt by high ranking military and business elite of the regime to mount a cool against assad intelligence was hoping for many who you know nothing too fancy according to the wiki leaks documents if president bashar al assad was overthrown he would not be replaced by an opposition led syrian democracy but rather the same our wipe out this ruling structure would continue the u.s. was hoping instead for regime preservation. the state department must be so
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confused. if i'm not working for regime change. i wonder if they have most things after this while the regime was left intact the rebel groups who we now know that you was thought would fail at regime change could be mobilized to counter iranian encroachment according to experts on the ground the us greatly exaggerated iran's presence in syria and support for assad indeed the entire american policy was just a counter run. what must be going on in bolton's head. to have this fear of the ayatollah can't shake. in a few. u.s. officials fear on so much that we send troops into syria just to wait around to see if iran made a move even if the military planes that were there to fight isis but isis is so weak and strengthened morrell now that an isis member canceled his trip to join
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forces in syria because there was quote no toilet paper some may argue that the us never really cared about democratization but in the syrian case it was much more cynical the us used a democratic movement as a tool to sideline expanding iranian influence while funding more extremist elements and deliberately destroying the democratic effort. maybe we will just see the end of the us supporting democracy rhetoric which anyways is just so two thousand and three even donald rumsfeld told the times of london that the idea that we could fashion a democracy in iraq seems to me unrealistic well hindsight is twenty twenty or hindsight is we'll still be in iraq and twenty twenty no wonder then as the syrian army amassed its forces in preparation for the lib offensive the us abandoned its old allies they were never really that committed to right bolton and never could
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commit to one rebel group. all at the same time i'm just afraid the ripples get to me. felix is. reporting from washington this is me and we care of ani redact it's night. there are your headlines from the future of tomorrow you'll learn. during kid rock kanye west donald trump meeting an oval office kid rock quietly horrified to realize he's the smart one of. the kind of scary and in two weeks. minnesota feeling left out has only stayed on under some kind of state of emergency. and three weeks room now. trump snake section about free to kill for president in
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a new trade deal that's car sales but i've lived just coming all across california is going to read that. already thank you. thank you. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the u.s. has over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten like our current happy he did. eighty five percent of global wealth he wants to the old for rich eight point six percent market saw a thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred three per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building a two point one billion dollar
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a part but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember is one one business shows you can't afford to miss the one and only boom bust. when a loved one is murdered it's natural to seek the death penalty for the murder of her made me ill and the death penalty just because i think that's the fair thing the right thing research shows that for every nine executions one convict is found innocent the idea that we were executing innocent people is terrifying and there's just no way that hadn't been that we were even many of the times families want the death penalty to be abolished the reason we have to keep the death penalty here is because that's what murder victims' families what that's going to give them peace that's going to give them justice and we come in and say. now. quite you know we've been through this this isn't the way.
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this is crude oil. so they need to actually physically pump it out of the ground you have well well well well well well well. there's a lot of money with the oil and with that comes. a lot of a lot of people from all over the country. you don't make a hundred thousand dollars a year. as a minimum person issue. here maybe. they were all sixteen hours a day it's hard work well work is not easy work and so they want to relieve their stress and how do they relieve their stress these men move back out like his men
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that comfort these many sacks. people have been murdered up here people been raped they're massive drug issues up here you have a boom you have everything else that comes along with money. oh. my. gosh.
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the u.s. security chief told sun saudi arabia to release details of the investigation into a dissident journalist disappearance in turkey. also coming up this r t news our facebook is investigating out which left millions of users data vulnerable day after launching. this is clearly a political move when you have these major tech companies appointing themselves as the gatekeepers of political thought we've been experiencing censorship throwing. everything you need to. back to back thirty.


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