This week on the New World Next Week: To cut climate funding you have to find it first; a new bill would allow companies to force genetic testing of workers; and Portland’s anarchists take to the streets…to fix them.
|This week on the New World Next Week: To cut climate funding you have to find it first; a new bill would allow companies to force genetic testing of workers; and Portland’s anarchists take to the streets…to fix them.|
|It’s February and it’s a leap year, so that can only mean one thing: it’s time for Americans to become fixated with the four-year sideshow distraction known as the presidential sElection. But as the country dissects the New Hampshire primaries I talk to Jack Blood of Radio Free Blood about the type of political action that actually matters: voting with your time, energy, attention and dollars.|
|This week on the New World Next Week: The TPP gets even worse with copyright extension; COMER fights The Bank of Canada; and moms crash Monsanto for proxy access.|
The BFP Roundtable takes on the public apathy surrounding the illegal wars of aggression, the extrajudicial drone assassinations, the illegal warrantless wiretapping, and other outrages of our era. Why is the public so passive in the face of such abuses? Does it reflect learned helplessness, and if so what can be done about it? Find out more in this must-see BFP Roundtable discussion.
It’s not every day you get the chance to have a frank, public discussion with a Bilderberg attendee on camera, but that’s exactly what happened to Julia Tourianski of BraveTheWorld.com at this year’s Bilderberg conference in Copenhagen. Today she joins us on The Corbett Report to discuss her surprise conversation with Diederik Samsom, Dutch parliament leader, and dissect what we learned from the