Daily Archives: August 17, 2013

Counting the Cost – A tale of three African economies

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3MIN News August 17, 2013: NOVA Visible, Buoy Events, Sun Eruptions


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Published on Aug 17, 2013

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Noam Chomsky on “Moral Relativism” and Michel Foucault


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Published on Aug 17, 2013

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Ecuador to open up rainforests for oil explorations

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Full Show 8/16/13: Is American media fair in their reporting?


TheBigPictureRT

Published on Aug 16, 2013

On The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann for Friday August 16th, 2013.
Thom’s guest on “The Rumble” discussed the NSA leak, Crisis in Egypt, a living wage for Wal-Mart workers and the GOP freak out of Hillary Clinton Documentaries. Also Jeff Cohen founder of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting – in our Conversation with Great Minds segment.

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Ecuador Exposes Rain Forest to Oil Extraction Effort

MacNeil Lehrer

Published on Aug 16, 2013

Thousands of species of plant and wildlife call Ecuador’s Yasuni National Park home, but it is believed that beneath the lush floor lies $7.2 billion of oil. Drilling could threaten the rain forest’s biodiversity and indigenous populations. Some scientists argue a balance could be found. Hari Sreenivasan reports.

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NSA audit confirms abuse despite Obama’s claim

RTAmerica

Published on Aug 16, 2013

On Thursday, The Washington Post released a startling report disclosing rampant abuse within the National Security Agency. According to Edward Snowden’s latest leak, the NSA broke privacy regulations thousands of times on a yearly basis after Congress granted the agency more power in 2008. The internal audit of the agency highlighted the practice of unauthorized surveillance of Americans and directly contradicted President Obama’s claim of compliance. Amie Stepanovich, director of the Domestic Surveillance Project for EPIC, has more on the latest leaks.

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