How the American Media Fuels A Cycle of Violence

How the American Media Fuels A Cycle of Violence

So, before I start, I just want to say One: This video isn’t monetized. And two: This isn’t about guns. That whole debate over gun rights is not what I’m talking about here. If certain policies could work is kind of irrelevant to the point of this. You’re probably watching this video because another school […]

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The Media (The Vietnam War)

The Media (The Vietnam War)

The Media (The Vietnam War) The Vietnam War is often referred to as the first “television war.” Media coverage showed the American public the reality of a foreign war, detached from the government’s optimistic depiction uncensored on their televisions at home. During the 1960’s, there was a huge increase in television ownership in American households. […]

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Why Does Iran Hate America?

Why Does Iran Hate America?

Earlier this month the United States assassinated senior Iranian General Qassem Suleimani claiming he was undermining security But does the United States really care about democracy and good governance in the middle east? Suleimani was Iran’s second most prominent public figure and was the commander of the Quds Force, the extra-territorial wing of the country’s […]

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Australians Watch American Television Commercials

Australians Watch American Television Commercials

(lively banjo music) – Automatically when I think of American TV ads I feel like I just think of the Super Bowl. – Weirdly sexist or be it racist or homophobic. – Let’s watch some ads. – [Voiceover] Black angus beef and bacon it’s so Tex. – It’s Texas versus Mexico. – Totally, weirdly stereotypical […]

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How the Trump Election and Social Media Externalized America’s Dormant Hate | Oliver Luckett

If you look at any of the kind of countercultural theorists that came out of the ’60s at the Berkeley, the Neil Postman’s, the Theodore Roszak’s, they kind of fundamentally, even into the talking heads, they kind of fundamentally they meant something to me when I was studying French literature at Vanderbilt, Renaissance literature, which […]

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The oil wars: How America’s energy obsession wrecked the Middle East | Eugene Gholz

The oil wars: How America’s energy obsession wrecked the Middle East | Eugene Gholz

So for a long time oil has played a special role in American foreign policy and military strategy. Oil is a uniquely important commodity in global affairs. It’s an input to everything in our modern way of life; it’s very important for protecting our prosperity; and at a certain level oil is essential for high-quality […]

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Iraq rescue: video shows US prison raid freeing 70 hostages from Isis

Iraq rescue: video shows US prison raid freeing 70 hostages from Isis

A video has been released of a prison raid in Iraq…which freed 70 hostages held by the Islamic State The Kurdistan regional government published the video of the joint attack by US and Kurdish forces. The Helmut-camera footage is taken within the ISIS controlled prison in Hawija… the group’s black flag is clearly seen draped […]

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Tucker: There’s no value more American than free speech

Tucker: There’s no value more American than free speech

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Everything you need to know about the Patriot Act

Everything you need to know about the Patriot Act

It was passed in the wake of 9/11 and calls for new and vast powers for US intelligence agencies understandibly had lots of backing. The reforms, known as the Patriot Act, according to President Bush were designed to prevent another attack like the one on September 11th. It essentially gave organisations like the National Security […]

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Time-lapse video shows restoration on the US Capitol Dome

Time-lapse video shows restoration on the US Capitol Dome

It’s the home of the United States Congress, the legislative branch of the U.S. federal government and it’s under reconstruction. Yes, that’s right, the iconic ivory-coloured dome in Washington DC has been given a facelift. Designed by Thomas U. Walter and constructed from 1855 to1866 the dome on top of capitol hill is the said […]

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