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Hooray! The Daily Censored News website has been around for one year now and we are getting stronger by the day. We now have over 1,000 people each day visiting the site, over 70 sites linked in, and almost 350 organizations following our newsfeed. Although we have grown tremendously over the past year, in order […]

Whole Foods CEO Editorializes: People Don’t Have A Right To Health Care, Food or Shelter

Revolution Newspaper mentions this snippet: “In the health care debate, John Mackey (CEO of Whole Foods) raised up a storm among liberals last week with his op-ed column in the Wall Street Journal. Among Mackey’s cold-blooded comments, he pointed out: “Health care is a service that we all need, but just like food and shelter […]

Hate Crimes Escalate Against Homeless People: ‘Bumfight’ Videos

Vulnerable homeless people are the targets of increasing violence in America and California has one of the highest rates of attacks against people forced to live on the streets. The ‘Street Spirit’ newspaper tells readers: “Since 1999, more than 240 vulnerable homeless Americans have been stabbed, beaten, drowned, shot or burned to death in a […]

G20 Protest Coverage

Check out Republic Media’s coverage of the G20 protests in Pittsburgh. If you want to know why “law” enforcement and the government can get away with beating and shooting peaceful protestors who are simply trying to exercise their 1st Amendment rights to assemble and speak out against the G20, see Why Does the Government Ignore […]

Preparing for the Next Deception

The news from Obama’s speech at the U.N. this morning (September 25, 2009) was accusatory and grim: Iran is hiding a nuclear processing plant from the international community, to which the U.S. would not hesitate to respond militarily. And so the drumbeat to war begins anew.

Censored 2010: What would you expect in return if you gave someone 64 million dollars?

You’ll find the answer to that question and other puzzling social and political issues among the new top 25-censored stories just revealed by Project Censored. Here’s the rest of the story. The Top Censored Stories of 2008-09, edited by Peter Phillips and Mickey Huff in cooperation with students and faculty at Sonoma State University and […]

Citizens Prevented from Making Government Accountable by the Denial of Access to Impartial Judicial Review of Malfeasance.

Greetings: I follow on my earlier correspondence opposing the confirmation of Chief Justice John G. Roberts and Attorney General Eric Holder, to petition the Senate for an investigation of the usurpation of its legislative power by the Judicial Branch in collusion with attorneys of the U.S. Department of Justice. The evidence in court records confirms […]

Looking Forwards, Not Backwards

By Dennis Loo In the September 19, 2009 Washington Post we learn that the DOJ’s investigation of torture by US personnel will be even narrower than originally proposed by Eric Holder. “The Justice Department’s review of detainee abuse by the CIA will focus on a very small number of cases, including at least one in […]

How Bush’s Court May Undo Democracy

The Ghost of Bush: How Dubya’s court can undo democracy By Michael I. Niman, ArtVoice (9/17/09) http://artvoice.com/issues/v8n38/the_ghost_of_bush The key to American politics is that you’ve always got to watch for the action behind the distraction. The distractions right now is the healthcare debate, and the economy, and the war, and the other war, and the […]