Title: The Biggest TV Case in 30 Years ——- Description: Jeff John Roberts, Gigaom, all join Thom Hartmann. This morning - the Supreme Court heard arguments in what many are calling the most important television case in the past 30 years. At the center of the case is Aereo - a company which provides consumers the opportunity to watch and record live over-the-air television channels by streaming content to their smartphones and computers. But television broadcasters are arguing that Aereo is violating copyright law by rebroadcasting their content to American consumers. ——- By: freespeechtv
Title: Why We Need Progressive People of Color on TV ——- Description: Sonali Kolhatkar - Host of Uprising on KPFK - joins Thom to talk about why we need more people of color in Progressive news - And, what you can do to help make that happen! ——- By: freespeechtv
Title: Toms River: How a Small Town Fought Back Against Corporate Giants for Toxic Dumping Linked to Cancer ——- Description: Environmental reporter Dan Fagin discusses his book, “Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation,” which has just won the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction. Fagin tells the story of how a small New Jersey town fought back against industrial pollution and astronomical rates of childhood cancer, and ultimately won one of the largest legal settlements in U.S. history. “We don’t look for patterns, we don’t analyze those patterns. That is a terrible tragedy,” Fagin says of the failure to examine environmental and industrial data gathered by local, state and federal agencies. “People are dying because we do not do effective public health surveillance in this country.” ——- By: freespeechtv
Title: Jim Crow in the Classroom: New Report Finds Segregation Lives on in U S Schools ——- Description: An explosive new report in ProPublica finds school integration never fully occurred, and in recent decades may have even been reversed. Focusing on three generations of the same family in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the story concludes: “While segregation as it is practiced today may be different than it was 60 years ago, it is no less pernicious: in Tuscaloosa and elsewhere, it involves the removal and isolation of poor black and Latino students, in particular, from everyone else. In Tuscaloosa today, nearly one in three black students attends a school that looks as if Brown v. Board of Education never happened.” ——- By: freespeechtv
Title: Ring of Fire 4/20/14 ——- Description: This week on Ring of Fire on Free Speech TV: Joe Cotchett will tell us about the overwhelming corruption from the Roberts’ Supreme Court. Mike Burg will tell us how Wall Street is able to gamble our investments without fear because they rake in millions in government subsidies. Richard Eskow, host of The Zero Hour, will talk about the continuing push to cut Social Security for senior citizens. Attorney Daniel Nigh will give us the details on the latest pharmaceutical blockbuster that is poisoning consumers. ——- By: freespeechtv
Title: An In-Depth Look at “Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet” ——- Description: In an Earth Day special, Democracy Now! takes an in depth look at a new environmental documentary called “Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet.” They air clips from the film and talk with the Director, Mark Kitchell. ——- By: freespeechtv
Title: The Untold Story of the BP Gulf Disaster ——- Description: nvestigative reporter Greg Palast joins Thom to talk about the untold story of BP’s Deepwater Horizon Disaster. ——- By: freespeechtv
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Title: 4 Years After BP Disaster, Ousted Drilling Chief Warns U S at Risk of Another Oil Spill ——- Description: ——- By: freespeechtv
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