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Antisemitism in politics w/ Daniel Sugarman

In this episode, we are joined by journalist for the Jewish Chronicle Daniel Sugarman  here we discuss Tory leadership, the fallout from the Peterborough by-election and problems of antisemitism and other discrimination in political parties.


Julian Assange receives 4th Annual DANNY Award for Journalism

25 June 2019 — Defend Wikileaks

WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange has been granted the 2019 Danny Schechter Global Vision Award for Journalism & Activism by not-for-profit educational foundation The Global Center. 292 kata lagi


Google wants to hack 2020 election

Tucker Carlson examines Google’s algorithms and how they seek to help Democrats ahead of the 2020 election.

PHOTO CREDIT: Pinterest – The image is of Google’s original company motto. 17 kata lagi


Teen travels-33

Obelisk is called as, pointed, pillar that was called as, Tekhenu by ancient Egyptian. Obelisk symbolises, Sun God Ra. The obelisk in France, is called as, Luxor obelisk, which is built in, Place De La Concorde. 216 kata lagi


The Straight Path and the Narrow Gate

from “Posts from the Back Porch”

written and read by Timothy Gillis

June 2019



Eric B & Rakim / Grove of Anaheim June 21 2019

I was genuinely excited to be seeing hip hop legend Rakim alongside his long term DJ Eric B. I first heard this duo in the mid to late 80s as they are true hip hop pioneers. 187 kata lagi


How Citizen Journalism is Adapting News-Gathering

From https://www.digitaltrends.com/features/the-citizen-journalist-how-ordinary-people-are-taking-control-of-the-news/

Social media has become the world’s most predominant source of information and communication. Most of the world has access to the internet, which means most of that… 268 kata lagi