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Whistleblower: The Video
Thu, 6/20/2013
This article originally appeared on Juice Rap News,

A Rap News summary of the past week's remarkable series of events. It started off as a slow news day, and a routine update on the state of the Free World Order with NSA Director General

Published on Jun 15, 2013

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At least two-thirds of fossil fuel reserves need to stay in the ground to avoid catastrophic climate impacts – so let's end the massive subsidies that encourage their production.

Researchers have found a key factor in the Alberta steam fracking disasters – and no geological seal exists to prevent industry-made fractures caused by high-pressurized steam injections from erupting to the surface.

Recent statements by Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen – who said that certain markets, like biotech and social media, are overvalued – mark a potential revolution in how central banks worldwide could act.

After taking place in Philadelphia in 2012 and last year in Kalamazoo, Mich., the third Occupy National Gathering moves west.

Over a billion people around the world are free to bank at their neighborhood post office – yet we stand almost alone among developed countries in keeping 300 million Americans from doing likewise.

This summer, the CIA's private Amazon Web Services cloud—shielded from the public behind a wall of national security—becomes operational.

Posted 6 days 13 hours ago

Extensive research and reports commissioned by the fracking industry are treated as seminal, informative works within the U.K. government – but to date, no one outside industry vouches for its safety.

Posted 6 days 13 hours ago

From the Trans-Pacific Partnership to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership to the Trade In Services Agreement, massive trade deals are being advanced in coordination with a militarized police state.

Posted 4 days 16 hours ago

A few days after thousands marched on downtown Detroit last weekend, the city suspended mass water shutoffs for 15 days – leaving more than 15,000 households already disconnected.

Posted 4 days 16 hours ago

When a journalist in a news article refers to a woman as “strident,” you know what you’re reading is a hit piece – and that's what the New York Times produced about Occupy Wall Street activist McMillan.

Posted 5 days 16 hours ago

The review of a contentious trade pact with China will be delayed until a new oversight law is established — one of the student protesters' key demands.

Thanks to sustained pressure from ColorOfChange, this may be the first time that a series of corporations have confirmed divestment from private prisons.

Governor Bill Haslam signed the Freedom of Unwarranted Surveillance Act into law last week, making Tennessee the fifth state to pass legislation restricting drone surveillance by police and federal agencies.

In its statement, which comes as the NSA gears up for a make-or-break legislative battle over the scope of its surveillance powers, the agency pointed to “privacy protections” which it says it keeps on all Americans' phone records.

Edward Snowden said he is not the source of an Independent article about Britain's secret Internet-monitoring station.

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