Media Roundup for December 2018

News Articles

  1. ¿Qué dijo Andrés López Obrador en su discurso de posesión?, El Tiempo
  2. Egyptian actress could face up to five years in prison after wearing a see-through dress that showed off her legs at a film festival in Cairo, Daily Mail
  3. Stacey Abrams eyeing Senate, governor campaigns, David Siders, Politico
  4. GOP lawmakers in Wisconsin mount lame-duck power grab, David Boddiger, Splinter News
  5. Not all progressives agree that primarying Democrats from the Left is a good idea, Molly Hensley-Clancy and Ryan C. Brooks, BuzzFeed
  6. 4 takeaways from Mueller’s sentencing memo for Michael Flynn, Andrew Prokop, Vox
  7. Trump on coming debt crisis: ‘I won’t be here’ when it blows up, Asawin Suebsaeng and Lachlan Markay, The Daily Beast
  8. Russia hands Venezuela a $6 billion lifeline, Jim Wyss, Miami Herald
  9. Massachusetts governor calls for removal of judge accused of helping immigrant avoid ICE, Morgan Gstalter, The Hill
  10. GOP leader in Texas says colleagues are trying to oust him for being Muslim, Morgan Gstalter, The Hill
  11. Ocasio-Cortez criticizes congressional orientation program for featuring CEOs over labor leaders, Avery Anapol, The Hill
  12. #LaPulla: ¿Gobierno censura programa de TV?, El Espectador
  13. Erdogan’s Venezuela adventure turns into another bargaining chip, Imdat Oner, The Global Americans
  14. How democracies slide into authoritarianism, Charles Edel, The Washington Post
  15. Rejecting Israel lobby’s influence over Congress, Rashida Tlaib plans to lead delegation to Palestine, Alex Kane and Lee Fang, The Intercept

Podcasts

  1. ¿Hacia dónde debe apuntar la política educativa del Gobierno Duque en 2019?, W Radio
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Media Roundup for November 2018

News Articles

  1. Jayson Tatum and his shot selection, Alex Kungu, Celtics Blog
  2. CNN’s Don Lemon doubles-down after saying white men are ‘the biggest terror threat in this country’, Lindsey Bever, The Washington Post
  3. American military apologizes for booklet with racially offensive language, Thomas Gibbons-Neff, The New York Times
  4. Andrew Gillum is at home with his blackness, Julia Craven, The Huffington Post
  5. Tallahassee yoga shooter was a far-right misogynist who railed against women and minorities online, David Mack, Amber Jamieson and Julia Reinstein, BuzzFeed
  6. Trump cancels Colombia trip, Eliana Johnson, Politico
  7. Uribe y Petro: ¿Cuál fue el acuerdo sobre militares en la JEP?, El Espectador
  8. Cómo reinventar la izquierda latinoamericana, Javier Lafuente, El Pais
  9. American Jews may never forgive Israel for its reaction to the Pittsburgh massacre, Allison Kaplan Sommer, Haaretz
  10. More than 4.5 million people vote early in Texas, Aris Folley, The Hill
  11. Alex Rodriguez records robocall for Democrat in tight Florida House race, Tal Axelrod, The Hill
  12. Florida just passed the largest expansion of voting rights in decades, Ari Berman, Mother Jones
  13. Could Ron DeSantis, Andrew Gillum race for governor face recount?, Gray Rohrer, Orlando Sentinel
  14. Stacey Abrams refuses to concede Georgia governor’s race, hoping for runoff, Veronica Stracqualursi and Devan Cole, CNN
  15. Sessions is forced out after months of Trump abuse over Mueller, Chris Strohm, Bloomberg
  16. La paz de Uribe es con más impunidad, Juan Esteban Lewin and Juanita Velez, La Silla Vacia
  17. Brian Kemp’s lead in Georgia needs an asterisk, Carol Anderson, The Atlantic
  18. Scott Walker narrowly loses Wisconsin governor’s race – and he can’t ask for a recount because of a law he put in place, Caitlin O’Kane, CBS News
  19. La magistrada que tendrá a cargo la investigación a Álvaro Uribe Vélez, El Espectador
  20. The path forward for progressives, Sean McElwee, Data for Progress
  21. Pelosi and Trump agree on something: she should be speaker, Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Nicholas Fandos, The New York Times
  22. The last statesman of Venezuelan democracy, Dorothy Kronick, The New York Times
  23. Judge loses reelection, so he sets all the defendants free, Hope Schreiber, Yahoo!
  24. More Latinos will serve in Congress than ever before, Emily Birnbaum, The Hill
  25. Ex-Dem lawmaker: My vote in Florida wasn’t counted due to signature issues, Morgan Gstalter, The Hill
  26. Immigrant communities were the ‘geographic solution’ to predator priests, Aaron Schrank, NPR
  27. GOP scheming to strip just elected Democratic governor of power – before he’s even sworn-in, Bob Brigham, Raw Story
  28. The Democrats’ deep-south strategy was a winner after all, Vann R. Newkirk II, The Atlantic
  29. I am one of Colombia’s students. We were protesting peacefully and police attacked us, Daniela Quintero, Colombia Reports
  30. Negotiation noise, David Smilde, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  31. Fundador de Telesur: ”La izquierda se ha quedado en la denunciología y el lloriqueo”, Martín Espinoza, Diario U Chile
  32. Bernie Sanders on Andrew Gillum and Stacey Abrams: many whites made ‘uncomfortable’ voting for black candidates, Gideon Resnick, The Daily Beast
  33. Trump says he doesn’t know acting AG, despite reports of Oval Office meetings, Rebecca Morin, Politico
  34. Trump involved in ‘nearly every step’ of hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal: WSJ, Kevin Breuninger, CNBC
  35. US gave military jeeps to Guatemala to fight drug trafficking. Instead, they were used to intimidate an anti-corruption commission, Sandra Cuffe, The Intercept
  36. ‘I’m suffocating’: Khashoggi’s last words, says Turkish reporter, al-Jazeera
  37. Do the math. Moderate Democrats will not win in 2020, Steve Phillips, The New York Times
  38. Former Army paratrooper and congressional candidate Richard Ojeda files papers to run for president, Brett Samuels, The Hill
  39. The dissolution of DSA Refoundation, DSA Refoundation
  40. The war inside 7-Eleven, Lauren Etter and Michael Smith, Bloomberg
  41. “Tenemos un presidente que no es autónomo”: así recibieron a Duque colombianos en Francia, Semana
  42. La protesta que recibió a Duque en Francia, Ricardo Abdahlla, El Espectador
  43. Los hallazgos que el controller de la Ruta del Sol no se llevó a la tumba, Noticias Uno
  44. Ocasio-Cortez shares photo of new ‘squad’ on Capitol Hill, Aris Folley, The Hill
  45. Ocasio-Cortez joins climate change sit-in at Pelosi’s office, Miranda Green, The Hill
  46. Trump mocks France for World War losses, Richard Bravo, Bloomberg
  47. Federal judge finds Georgia county violated Civil Rights Act by rejecting ballots, Aris Folley, The Hill
  48. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez participates in protest outside of Nancy Pelosi’s office, Grace Segers, CBS News
  49. Diosdado Cabello dijo que Petro buscó apoyo a su campaña en Venezuela, El Espectador
  50. Caso Odebrecht en Colombia: quiénes eran Jorge y Alejandro Pizano, cuyas muertes han sacudido el país, BBC
  51. Colombia’s biggest corruption scandal gets more complicatedThe Economist
  52. Delay, deny and deflect: how Facebook’s leaders fought through the crisis, Sheera Frenkel, Nicholas Confessore, Cecilia Kang, Matthew Rosenberg and Jack Nicas, The New York Times
  53. Venezuela is rolling out a new ID card manufactured in China that can track, reward, and punish citizens, Angus Berwick, Business Insider
  54. Se desploma la popularidad de Iván Duque de 53,8% a 27,2%, Semana
  55. Abrams preparing new challenge in Georgia race, Bill Barrow and Kate Brumback, AP
  56. Georgia’s Stacey Abrams admits defeat says Kemp used ‘deliberate’ suppression to win, Jessica Taylor, NPR
  57. Democrat Stacey Abrams admits defeat in contentious Georgia governor’s race, Vanessa Williams and Felicia Sonmez, The Washington Post
  58. Free from ‘San Antonio mafia,’ Kawhi Leonard is everything Raptors hoped for, Ric Bucher, Bleacher Report
  59. CIA concludes that Saudi Crown Prince ordered Khashoggi killed, Julian E. Barnes, The New York Times
  60. Brazil’s new foreign minister believes climate change is a Marxist plot, Jonathan Watts, The Guardian
  61. Indigenous women kept from seeing their newborn babies until agreeing to sterilization, says lawyer, CBC
  62. Antioquia y el eje cafetero: los más uribistas desaprueban a Duque, Semana
  63. Buenaventura sin tregua: la guerra que nunca se fue, Ariel Ávila, El Espectador
  64. In Egypt, fake news becomes weapon of choice to crush dissent, BBC
  65. Duque respalda a Néstor Humberto Martínez ante escándalo de Odebrecht, Javier Barragan Ramos, La FM
  66. Una carrera militar marcada por “falsos positivos”, José Miguel Vivanco, La Silla Vacia
  67. Pacho Santos dice que Venezuela protege al ELN: ¿qué tanta razón tiene?, Juan Pablo Sepúlveda, Pacifista
  68. La muerte se viste de cianuro, Yezid Arteta, Semana
  69. La segunda grabación, Daniel Coronell, Semana
  70. Remaking the common good: the crisis of public higher education in Colombia, Forrest Hylton, Aaron Tauss and Juan Felipe Duque Agudelo, NACLA
  71. Boston Celtics’ Kyrie Irving doesn’t celebrate Thanksgiving: ‘(Expletive) Thanksgiving’, Tom Westerholm, Mass Live
  72. Boston Police has a secret point system that turns normal teenage behavior into gang membership, Mary Holper and Claire Valentin, ACLU
  73. Trump thanks Saudis for lower oil price, doubling down on defense of kingdom, Tom DiChristopher, CNBC
  74. Philosopher fight: Slavoj Zizek attacks Jordan Peterson and Steven Pinker at Cambridge Union, RT
  75. Iván Duque muestra poco sentido de dirección: el análisis de The Economist sobre el gobierno, Semana
  76. Rihanna on US Border Patrol firing tear gas at migrants: ‘Terrorism’, Emily Birnbaum, The Hill
  77. Tomase: 5 biggest disappointments on Celtics include 2 of their supposed rocks, John Tomase, WEEI
  78. La protesta de Álvaro Uribe funcionó: censurada la película La Negociación, Las 2 Orillas
  79. Los trinos de Álvaro Uribe que sacaron de cartelera el documental ‘La Negociación’, Las 2 Orillas
  80. Compraron video en el que me prestan un dinero para oscurecer debate de corrupción: Petro, Lucas Pombo, La W
  81. Venezuela’s next generation of opposition plays a long game, Scott Smith, AP
  82. El Chapo and the narco-spectacle, Christy Thornton, Jacobin
  83. Somali workers in Minnesota force Amazon to negotiate, Karen Weise, The New York Times
  84. Being a socialist at work, Larry Bradshaw, Socialist Worker
  85. Explainer: Ukraine-Russia dispute over territorial waters, Tamila Varshalomidze, al-Jazeera
  86. El punto de quiebre, Ariel Ávila, Semana
  87. Comisión de Valores de EE.UU. cuestiona papel de Corficolombiana en Caso Odebrecht, Canal Uno
  88. Senadora Paloma Valencia revela video que muestra a Gustavo Petro recibir fajos de billetes, El Espectador
  89. Simón Vélez admitió haber recaudado fondos para Gustavo Petro, Lucas Pombo, La W
  90. Ocasio-Cortez-backed Green New Deal sees surprising momentum in House, E.A. Crunden, Think Progress
  91. Deutsche Bank offices raided in money laundering probe, Arno Schuetze and Tom Sims, Yahoo!
  92. Michael Cohen pleads guilty to lying to Congress in new deal with Mueller in Trump-Russia probe, George Stephanopoulos, Eliana Larramendia, James Hill and Lauren Pearle, ABC News
  93. Do the Boston Celtics have a Jaylen Brown problem?, Dan Favale, Bleacher Report
  94. Heartbreaking moment hundreds of devastated GM workers gather in solemn PRAYER over the closure of their plant and loss of 15,000 jobs company-wide, Emily Crane, Daily Mail
  95. Millennials are killing countless industries — but the Fed says it’s mostly just because they’re poor, Kate Taylor, Business Insider

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Media Roundup for October 2018

News Articles

  1. Uribe using lies to discredit criminal investigation: Supreme Court judges, Adriaan Alsema, Colombia Reports
  2. Worker Co-ops catch on in Philadelphia, Sandra Larson, Next City
  3. US and Canada reach trade deal to keep Nafta trilateral, Jenny Leonard, Josh Wingrove and Jennifer Jacobs, Bloomberg
  4. Meet the new NAFTA, almost the same as the old NAFTA but with a different name, Jeet Heer, The New Republic
  5. Kavanaugh will not return to teach at Harvard Law School, The Harvard Crimson
  6. Kyrie Irving on flat-Earth comments: ‘I’m sorry’, Fox Sports
  7. Amazon to raise minimum hourly wage for all US workers to $15, Karen Weise, The New York Times
  8. Amazon’s $15 political insuranceWall Street Journal
  9. That sign telling you how fast you’re driving may be spying on you, Justin Rohrlich, Quartz
  10. Organización judía denuncia a Macri por escribir tuit “inspirado” en Hitler, El Espectador
  11. Kyrie Irving says he plans on re-signing with Celtics, Amina Hussein, ESPN
  12. ‘People’ aren’t divided on Kavanaugh’s confirmation. White people are, Anne Branigin, The Root
  13. Millennial men and women are divided on race and gender issues, new poll finds, Matt Berman, BuzzFeed
  14. More than 250 people around the world have died taking selfies since 2011, Doug Criss, CNN
  15. Firing back at Trump in the trade war with tariffs aimed at his base, Eduardo Porter and Karl Russell, The New York Times
  16. China unbound: what an emboldened China means for the world, William Dobson, NPR
  17. Brett Kavanaugh confirmed to Supreme Court, Clare Foran and Stephen Collinson, CNN
  18. Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation will delegitimize the Supreme Court — and that’s good, Matthew Yglesias, Vox
  19. Of demagogues and pedagogues, Bret Stephens, The New York Times
  20. Brazil election heads to runoff as far-right candidate falls just short of outright win, Ernesto Londoño and Manuela Andreoni, The New York Times
  21. Did the Saudis murder Jamal Khashoggi?, Robin Wright, The New Yorker
  22. Pressure on Saudis after disappearance of dissident in Istanbul, Martin Chulov, The Guardian
  23. Proponen ampliar a cinco años periodo presidencial, El Espectador
  24. Brazil’s Bolsonaro-led far right wins a victory far more sweeping and dangerous than anyone predicted. Its lessons are global, Glenn Greenwald, The Intercept
  25. Bill Maher blames ‘social justice warriors’ for Kavanaugh confirmation, Marlow Stern, The Daily Beast
  26. The dark side of American conservatism has taken over, Max Boot, The Washington Post
  27. ‘A Fajardo hay que preguntarle si quiere separarse del proyecto de Uribe’, Semana
  28. Sen. Lindsey Graham, top Trump ally, warns on ties if Saudi state murdered journalist Khashoggi, Juan Cole, Informed Comment
  29. Bulgarian reporters investigating misuse of EU funds murdered, Theodor Troev and Kerin Hope, Financial Times
  30. Kingdom Crackdown, Sarah Aziza, The Intercept
  31. Rompe el silencio la esposa de exparamilitar que acusa a Álvaro Uribe, Silvia Charry, Blu Radio
  32. How Real Estate segregated America, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Dissent
  33. ‘She just ended her career’: Taylor Swift’s political post sparks praise and fury, Erin Durkin, The Guardian
  34. Peru opposition leader Keiko Fujimori held on graft charges, John Quigley, Bloomberg
  35. Moa do Katendê: Os minutos que antecederam o assassinato de mestre de capoeira esfaqueado após discussão política, Victor Uchôa, BBC
  36. Brazil’s far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro is having a bad day, Bruce Douglas and Aline Oyamada, Bloomberg
  37. The Brazilian nostalgia for dictatorship, Frederico Freitas, Current Affairs
  38. What to expect from Jair Bolsonaro, Brian Winter, Americas Quarterly
  39. Antiprogresismo: Un fantasma que recorre América Latina, Pablo Stefanoni, Nuso
  40. Privatizar la educación es negar la posibilidad de superar las inequidades, Sergio Saavedra, Pares
  41. 53K Georgia voter registration applications on hold with Kemp’s office: report, Emily Birnbaum, The Hill
  42. Robotic bees could pollinate plants in case of insect apocalypse, Daniel Boffey, The Guardian
  43. Islam and the West: Reflecting on Nicholson’s and Hamid’s recent conversation, Wilson Shirley, Providence
  44. Deported parents may lose kids to adoption, Garance Burke and Martha Mendoza, AP
  45. Death of detained opposition leader shakes up Venezuelan politics, Hugo Pérez Hernáiz, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  46. George W. Bush, Mitt Romney to visit Arizona to boost Martha McSally, Brett Samuels, The Hill
  47. Supreme Court lets North Dakota’s GOP’s voter ID law take effect in a blow to Native American voters, Stephen Wolf, Daily KOS
  48. ¿Por qué las universidades privadas también se unieron a la marcha?, Sebastián Forero Rueda, El Espectador
  49. Opciones naranja, Francisco Gutiérrez Sanín, El Espectador
  50. Senators push vote to block Saudi arms sals after Khashoggi disappearance, Elana Schor, Politico
  51. Facebook purged over 800 accounts and pages pushing political messages for profit, Elizabeth Dwoskin and Tony Romm, Los Angeles Times
  52. The Good Place is really about rethinking policing and prisons, Noah Berlatsky, The Verge
  53. ‘We’ve got a Latino problem’: Dems fret midterm turnout in key House districts, Elena Schneider, Politico
  54. How ‘should’ you decide on Question One?, Jerold Duquette, Mass Politics Prof
  55. Call of the day: Don’t rule out $400 oil if the US sanctions Saudi Arabia, Shawn Langlois, Market Watch
  56. Trump says ‘rogue killers’ may be involved in Saudi journalist case, Eileen Sullivan, The New York Times
  57. How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other progressives are defining the midterms, Irina Aleksander, Vogue
  58. Nate Silver will make one firm prediction about the midterms. Most journalists won’t want to hear it, Margaret Sullivan, The Washington Post
  59. El Centro Democrático y Bolsonaro, Sara Tufano, El Tiempo
  60. The former president of Iran quoted Tupac to troll the US, Hayes Brown, BuzzFeed
  61. Ten reasons why you should go out and vote on November 6 (and vote Republican), Ben Shapiro, Fox News
  62. Saudi Arabia delivers $100 million pledged to US as Pompeo lands in Riyadh, Ben Hubbard, The New York Times
  63. Proud Boys founder: how he went from Brooklyn Hipster to far-right provocateur, Alan Feuer, The New York Times
  64. EEUU e Israel investigan a Álex Saab por presunto financiamiento a grupo terrorista Hezbollah, Run Run Es
  65. Ex-Ministro Héctor Navarro: En la Venezuela de Maduro hay presos políticos, muertos y desaparecidos, Aporrea
  66. Spanish push for Venezuela dialogue piques critics, Hugo Pérez Hernáiz, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  67. Francis Fukuyama interview: “Socialism ought to come back”, George Eaton, New Statesman
  68. Khashoggi was the victim of an Ottoman-Saudi Islamist war, Mustafa Akyol, Foreign Policy
  69. He voted for Trump. Now he’s running as his foe in West Virginia’s coal country, Eric Bradner, CNN
  70. Was there a connection between a Russian bank and the Trump campaign?, Dexter Filkins, The New Yorker
  71. Dozens of black senior citizens ordered off bus taking them to vote, Avery Anapol, The Hill
  72. What does early voting look like in Georgia? Massive turnout, long lines, and voter suppression, Kelly Macias, Daily Kos
  73. America is drowning in milk nobody wants, Deena Shanker and Lydia Mulvany, MSN
  74. Egypt: France flouts international law by continuing to export arms used in deadly crackdowns, Amnesty International
  75. MLB must fix broken replay system after non-home run call wrecks Astros, Scott Miller, Bleacher Report
  76. At Facebook, public funds join push to remove Zuckerberg as chairman, Arjun Panchadar, Reuters
  77. A tale of three presidents, Eva Gollinger, The New York Times
  78. Chávez, Maduro, Trump: Three Peas in a Pod?, Greg Weeks, Two Weeks Notice
  79. Odebrecht participará en cumbre anti corrupción en Colombia, La W
  80. 107,000 purged from Georgia voter rolls for not voting in past elections, Morgan Gstalter, The Hill
  81. Bolton and Kelly get into heated shouting match sparking resignation fears, Kaitlan Collins and Jeff Zeleny, CNN
  82. Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes: ‘We need more violence from the Trump people’, Katelyn Kivel, Grit Post
  83. A defector from conservatism with a clear vision of Trump’s rise, Johnathan Chait, New York Magazine
  84. Peñalosa duró nueve horas perdido en los cerros de Bogotá, LaFM
  85. Uribismo propone extender un año más el mandato de Duque para unificar períodos, El Espectador
  86. Turkish investigators turn up heat on Riyadh over Kashoggi’s death, Dorian Jones, Voices of America
  87. The world has a question for the White House: when do murders matter?, Emily Rauhala and Anton Troianovski, The Washington Post
  88. Lyft partnering with Latino activist group to take voters to polls after only polling station moved, Avery Anapol, The Hill
  89. ‘Transgender’ could be defined out of existence under Trump administration, Erica L. Green, Katie Benner and Robert Pear, The New York Times
  90. Venezuela’s presidency in jeopardy, Moises Rendon, Center for Strategic and International Studies
  91. Venezuela’s Maduro meets commune leaders, calls for devolution of state power, Paul Dobson, Venezuelanalysis
  92. White House anti-socialism report inadvertently makes a case for single-payer, Sarah Kliff, Vox
  93. Have Red Sox fixed Craig Kimbrel issues? Dodgers’ swings pointed to ‘yes’, Mike Cole, NESN
  94. Saudi Arabia: 10 things you need to know about a kingdom of cruelty, Amnesty International
  95. Secret Service intercepts bombs addressed to Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, Rex Santus, Vice News
  96. Prominent conservatives accuse liberals of sending the bombs to themselves, Tess Owen, Vice News
  97. The border is tougher to cross than ever. But there’s still one way into America, Nick Miroff, The Washington Post
  98. Corte no le da la razón a Petro y reitera que sanciones fiscales impiden posesionarse, La W
  99. Rick Porcello admits ‘crying’ after Nathan Eovaldi’s Game 3 performance, Dakota Randall, NESN
  100. Gillum targeted by new racist robocall in Florida, Justin Wise, The Hill
  101. Georgia GOP candidate expresses concerns about opponent’s voter turnout, Chris Mills Rodrigo, The Hill
  102. Father apologizes for dressing son as Adolf Hitler for Halloween, Morgan Gstalter, The Hill
  103. Jair Bolsonaro is elected president of Brazil. Read his extremist, far-right positions in his own words, Andrew Fishman, The Intercept
  104. Angela Merkel announced she will not seek re-election as German Chancellor, Bianca Britton, CNN
  105. People are changing their views on race and gender issues to match their party, Matt Grossmann, Five Thirty Eight
  106. Jewish group tells Trump to stay away from Pittsburgh: ‘You are not welcome’, Ed Mazza, Yahoo! News
  107. La tenebrosa radiografía de las oficinas de cobro en Medellín, Andrea Aldana, Pares
  108. Brazilian media report that police are entering university classrooms to interrogate professors, Amy Erica Smith, Vox
  109. JEP recibe informes sobre secuestro político, El Espectador
  110. Luis Eladio Pérez: “Pensé que habían sanado las heridas del secuestro”, Caracol Radio
  111. Este fue el desgarrador testimonio de Íngrid Betancourt en la JEP, Santiago Valenzuela A, Pacifista!
  112. ‘Una víctima quiere saber la verdad’: exsecuestrado ante la JEP, El Tiempo
  113. Colombia desmiente haber sugerido a Bolsonaro alianza contra Maduro, El Tiempo
  114. Otros 73 productos de la canasta familiar quedarían gravados con IVA, Caracol Radio
  115. La política del gobierno para atraer inversión extranjera, El Espectador
  116. Gustavo Petro, a la espera de definición de sanciones en la Contraloría de Bogotá, El Espectador
  117. Ecopetrol seeks license to starts fracking tests in Colombia, Luis Jaime Acosta, Reuters
  118. ‘Our vote matters very little:’ Kim TallBear on Elizabeth Warren’s attempt to claim Native American heritage, Prachi Gupta, The Slot
  119. Steve King: Members of Nazi-linked party in Austria ‘would be Republicans’ if they were in US, Avery Anapol, The Hill
  120. Trump says he will end birthright citizenship via executive order, Catherine Lucey, Jill Colvin and Colleen Long, The Boston Globe
  121. Russia sends team to Venezuela to help draft rescue plan, Andrew Biryukov and Anna Adrianova, Bloomberg
  122. The apple of discord in the Cuban Constitution, Ailynn Torres Santana, NACLA

Books

  1. Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America by Nancy MacLean. New York: Penguin Books.

Radio Interviews and Podcasts

  1. From Nation State to Empire State: A radical history of how we got to Trump, Intercepted
  2. ‘Mi vida y el periodismo son la misma cosa’: Coronell, W Radio
  3. Three Miles, This American Life

YouTube Videos

1. Jalen Rose explains downside to Kyrie Irving re-signing with Boston Celtics

 

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Media Roundup for September 2018

News Articles

  1. Piden investigar a Uribe y otros exgobernadores de Antioquia por las Convivir, BLU Radio
  2. ¿Quien gobierna?, Ariel Ávila, Pares
  3. Colombia charges 13 former Chiquita executives over hundreds of murders, Adriaan Alsema, Colombia Reports
  4. Marco Rubio: US military intervention could solve Venezuelan crisis, Ramsey Touchberry, Newsweek
  5. Lana Del Rey postpones Israel concert following backlash, al-Jazeera
  6. Bob Woodward’s new book reveals a ‘nervous breakdown’ of Trump’s presidency, Philip Rucker and Robert Costa, The Washington Post
  7. Transcript: Phone call between President Trump and journalist Bob Woodward, Aaron Blake, The Washington Post
  8. Dems interrupt Kavanaugh hearing asking that it be adjourned, Jordain Carney, The Hill
  9. Nike reignited the Kaepernick controversy in naming him the face of ‘Just Do It’, Jane Coaston, Vox
  10. On Colin Kaepernick’s Nike ad: Will the revolution be branded?, Dave Zirin, The Nation
  11. Pressley takes down incumbent Dem Capuano in Massachusetts primary, Lauren Dezenski and David Siders, Politico
  12. Rachel Rollins wins nod for Suffolk County District Attorney, Andy Metzger, WGBH
  13. Down the ballot, liberal reformers take over the criminal justice system, David Weigel, The Washington Post
  14. Donald Trump inaccurately describes libel law, Louis Jacobson, Politifact
  15. Region forges agreements on Venezuelan migration, David Smilde, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  16. Candidate’s ‘decline to prosecute’ list alarms cops, Alexi Cohan and Brooks Sutherland, Boston Herald
  17. ‘No mistakes in politics,’ Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says as primary losses follow high-profile endorsements, Gintautas Dumcius, Mass Live
  18. Dallas officer enters apartment she mistakes for her own, fatally shoots man inside, Erik Ortiz and Jareen Imam, NBC News
  19. Bernie Sanders to introduce legislation to tax Amazon, Walmart for workers’ welfare benefits, Sean Higgins, Washington Examiner
  20. Trump administration discussed coup plans with rebel Venezuelan officers, Ernesto Londoño and Nicholas Casey, The New York Times
  21. Trump administration met with Venezuelan military coup plotters, Geoff Ramsey, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  22. La murga de Panamá, Daniel Coronell, Semana
  23. Crece presión para firmar moción de censura contra Carrasquilla, El Tiempo
  24. How the Great Recession turned America’s student-loan problem into a $1.5 trillion crisis, Jillian Berman, Market Watch
  25. Iran develops a $5 billion weapon to fight sanctions, Benoit Faucon, The Wall Street Journal
  26. Seventeen years after Sept. 11, al-Qaeda may be stronger than ever, Nabih Bulos, Los Angeles Times
  27. Venezuela to unveil plan allowing people to trade currency, Fabiola Zerpa and Andrew Rosati, Bloomberg
  28. Police: Faneuil Hall kidnapping suspect offered parents money to ‘buy’ their daughter, tried to drag her away, Owen Boss, WHDH
  29. Feeling queasy about Charlie Baker’s endorsement of Trump-loving Geoff Diehl, Joan Vennochi, The Boston Globe
  30. Can a Democracy unseat Massachusetts’ popular GOP governor?, Bob Salsberg, Boston.com
  31. Dozens of Venezuelans in Peru seek to return home despite crisis, Marco Aquino, Reuters
  32. Boston’s new luxury towers appear to house few Bostonians, Tim Logan, The Boston Globe
  33. Bolton to label International Court ‘illegitimate’, Emily Birnbaum, The Hill
  34. GOP candidate for Florida Gov. spoke at events organized by white race war theorist, Willa Frej, The Huffington Post
  35. Con tutela, Uribe busca retractación de PetroEl Tiempo
  36. Lindsey Graham told Trump to assassinate Kim Jon Un with Chinese help, Woodward book claims, David Brennan, Newsweek
  37. US weighs sanctions against Chinese officials over Muslim detention camps, Edward Wong, The New York Times
  38. Homeland Security shifted $10 million from FEMA for immigrant crackdown, senator says, Nick Visser and Roque Planas, The Huffington Post
  39. Detention of migrant children has skyrocketed to highest levels ever, Caitlin Dickerson, The New York Times
  40. Carrasquilla también tendrá que explicar negocios con Saludcoop: senador Robledo, Blu Radio
  41. La mayoría de ausentes de la Farc vienen de las zonas de disidencias, Juanita Vélez, La Silla Vacia
  42. Duque ha dado poca mermelada en puestos pero la que dio es uribista, Tatiana Duque, La Silla Vacia
  43. Las críticas de María Fernanda Cabal a la cúpula militar y al presidente Duque, El Espectador
  44. Mauricio Macri, el “salvador” al que le fallaron sus promesas, El Espectador
  45. There’s a new No. 1 among 2020 Democrats, Chris Cillizza and Harry Enten, CNN
  46. The irrelevance of Trump: America was a plutocratic nat’l security state and still is, Andrew J. Bacevich, Informed Comment
  47. Nikki Haley’s view of New York is priceless. Her curtains? $52,701, Gardiner Harris, The New York Times
  48. Missing wages, grueling shifts, and bottles of urine: The disturbing accounts of Amazon delivery drivers may reveal the true human cost of ‘free’ shipping, Hayley Peterson, Business Insider
  49. The inequality industry, Atossa Araxia Abrahamian, The Nation
  50. Maduro gets help from China, David Smilde, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  51. France admits torture during Algeria’s war of independence, al-Jazeera
  52. Prosecutor: Border Patrol agent charged with murdering 4, Juan A. Lozano, AP
  53. Judge rules DeVos of Obama-era student loan rules ‘unlawful’, Michael Stratford, Politico
  54. If Jeff Bezos wants to help low-income people why not just pay them better?, Marina Hyde, The Guardian
  55. Howard Zinn’s anti-textbook, Sam Wineburg, Slate
  56. What does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez think about the South China Sea?, Daniel Bessner, The New York Times
  57. Voters are ready for a Green New Deal. Are Democrats?, Eric Levitz, NY Magazine
  58. Colombia protests incursions from Venezuelan soldiersReuters
  59. Colombia: todas las opciones valen para Venezuela, Luis Alonso Lugo, AP
  60. Estados Unidos debe apoyar a Colombia, Marco Rubio, Efe Doc Analysis
  61. The threat to democracy isn’t coming from its people, Jamelle Bouie, Slate
  62. Supreme Court orders disclosure for dark money, as new report unveils some donors, Peter Overby, NPR
  63. North and South Korea commit to ‘era of no war’, Joshua Berlinger and Yoonjung Seo, CNN
  64. ¿Era el nazismo un movimiento de izquierda o de derecha?, BBC
  65. How YouTube communities are creating ‘pathways of radicalization’ toward white supremacist ideas, Jack Smith IV, Mic
  66. 1 year after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Ricans march in South End, Jenna Fisher, Patch
  67. Crude Realities: Understanding Venezuela’s economic collapse, Francisco Rodriguez, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  68. Married men are earning much more than others in America, Jeff Green, Bloomberg
  69. Only one party from 2015’s MUD survives the government’s purge, Eugenio Martinez, Caracas Chronicles
  70. Las guerras de Antioquia y sus gobernantes, Ariel Ávila, Semana
  71. Las pruebas para acusar a dos personas por compra de votos en favor de Cabal, Semana
  72. Thoughts and prayers: The NRA is bleeding money, Frank Dale, Think Progress
  73. Kavanaugh’s lesson for Democrats is that it’s always worth a fight, Sean McElwee, The Huffington Post
  74. Uribistas exigen a Caracol renuncia de Mónica Rodríguez por “ataques” a Uribe, PubliMetro
  75. Colleges don’t need more Republican professors, Eric Levitz, NY Magazine
  76. Jason Miller leaves CNN after claim he once spiked drink with abortion pill, Matt Shuham, Talking Points Memo
  77. As aid checks go out, farmers worry bailout won’t be enough, NBC News
  78. Trump now plans to keep US troops in Syria until Iran gets out, which means America may never leave, John Haltiwanger, Business Insider
  79. 6 siblings of an Arizona Congress member endorse his opponent in attack ads, Emily Stewart, Vox
  80. Centro Democrático radica proyecto para acabar Corte Suprema y Constitucional para crear supercorte, Noticias Caracol
  81. Finlandia: cómo la igualdad de oportunidades para ricos y pobres ayudó a que el país nórdico se convirtiera en referencia mundial en educación, Claudia Wallin, BBC
  82. US military official: no plans for Venezuela military intervention, Reuters
  83. Talk of US military intervention in Venezuela suddenly gains traction, Matthew Bristow, Bloomberg
  84. Venezuela targeted sanctions update: US appears to give up on inner circle split, Geoff Ramsey, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  85. Economic Freedom of the World: 2018 Annual Report, Fraser Institute
  86. China reveals its new party line: We’re trying to save the world from the US, Yen Nee Lee, CNBC
  87. Flake says he’ll vote to confirm KavanaughBloomberg
  88. Equal in what? The Magna Carta, racism and non-discrimination in Cuba, Julio César Guanche, NACLA
  89. Cuba artists rise up, Coco Fusco, NACLA
  90. You gave Facebook your number for security. They used it for ads, Gennie Gebhart, Electronic Frontier Foundation
  91. Judge: Pence’s gubernatorial office must turn over emails with Trump about Carrier jobs, Tal Axelrod, The Hill
  92. George W. Bush called undecided senators to sway them to vote for Kavanaugh: report, Aris Folley, The Hill
  93. GOP lawmaker’s campaign shares meme comparing Ford to Hillary Clinton, Aris Folley, The Hill
  94. What the crisis in Venezuela reveals, Richard N. Haass, Project Syndicate
  95. Senadores de EEUU piden designar a Venezuela como país patrocinador de terrorismo, Efecto Cocuyo
  96. Lengua embrollada y falaz, Beatriz Vanegas Athías, El Espectador
  97. Egyptian woman Amal Fathy jailed for sexual harrasment video, Ruth Michaelson, The Guardian
  98. Ouch, this statement did not age well, Adam Isacson, Blog
  99. La irresponsabilidad de llamar a una guerra contra Venezuela, Víctor de Currea-Lugo, ¡Pacifista!
  100. Mother of two punches Lindsay Lohan over ‘child abduction’ bid, The Tribune
  101. America is not an innocent bystander in Yemen, Steven A. Cooks, Foreign Policy
  102. European markets fall after Italy’s deficit-widening budget plans, Richard Partington, The Guardian
  103. Is the struggle with Islam reshaping the modern world? An interview with Shadi Hamid, Robert Nicholson, Providence

Radio Interviews and Podcasts

  1. Outlining the left wing of the Democratic Party with Sean McElweeWhy Is This Happening with Chris Hayes

Books

  1. En busca de Bolívar por William Ospina. Bogotá: Editorial Norma.

YouTube

1. What a Social Wealth Fund could do for Americans

2. Ser afro es llevar siempre las de perder

3. Peter Thiel on Trump, Gawker and leaving Silicon Valley

4. Cameron Kasky, before and after the Parkland Shooting

5. Ending inequality!? What does real equality look like?

6. Laci Green talks feminism, social justice warriors, leaving Mormonism

7. If Dr. Ford acted like Kavanaugh…

8. Why we say “OK”

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Media Roundup for August 2018

Newspaper Articles

  1. Polling the left agenda, Data for Progress
  2. The radical left’s agenda is more popular than the mainstream GOP’s, Eric Levitz, New York Magazine
  3. Odebrecht demandó al Estado colombiano por 3.8 billones de pesos, Semana
  4. La masacre que quiere esconder José Félix Lafaurie II, Ariel Ávila, Semana
  5. Venezuela eases currency controls amid economic meltdown, Patricia Laya and Andrew Rosati, Bloomberg
  6. Por qué en Colombia se necesitan 11 generaciones para salir de la pobreza y en Chile 6, BBC
  7. California says Starbucks has to stop stealing its workers’ wages, Michael Arria, Salon
  8. A history of Islamic Spain counters centuries of romantic myths, Tanjil Rashid, Financial Times
  9. El fallido atentado contra Maduro “deja en evidencia las intenciones de EE.UU. y la oposición”, RT
  10. Transit Union refuses to bring white nationalists to ‘Unite the Right’ rally, Erin Corbett, Fortune
  11. Wife of former Marine to be deported to Mexico Friday, after 20 years in USCBS News
  12. Facebook to Banks: Give us your data, we’ll give you our users, Emily Glazer, Deepa Seetharaman and Anna Maria Andriotis, The Wall Street Journal
  13. Trump signs order reimposing sanctions on Iran – a move the EU said it ‘deeply’ regrets, Andrew Buncombe, The Independent
  14. The Right’s Straw Left, Ben Judah, The American Interest
  15. Instalan vallas de apoyo a Álvaro Uribe en Antioquia, Óscar Andrés Sánchez, El Colombiano
  16. Capuano still leads closely watched Massachusetts primary, Lauren Dezenski, Politico
  17. ¿Qué son las Águilas Negras?, Ariel Ávila, Pares
  18. Iván Duque consultó su discurso de posesión con Álvaro Uribe, según Darcy Quinn, Voces
  19. WOLA experts interpret Venezuela drone attack, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  20. El primer día de la oposición, El Espectador
  21. Uribe explicó por qué no va a estar con la consulta anticorrupción, El Tiempo
  22. Cómo habla el uribismo en privado, Noticias Uno
  23. Nunes tape proof ‘irredeemable’ GOP needs to be defeated, Morgan Gstalter, The Hill
  24. Tennessee parents push back on law requiring ‘In God We Trust’ motto be displayed in public schools, Aris Folley, The Hill
  25. All bet(o)s are off: Cruz asks ‘sniveling coward’ Trump to campaign for him, Kate Riga, Talking Points Memo
  26. Police under fire for ‘bait truck’ full of shoes left in black Chicago neighborhood, Sofie Werthan, Slate
  27. Uribe turns against Colombia’s anti-corruption referendum, Shane Cassidy, Colombia Reports
  28. El adiós a Santos, el reformista II, Ariel Ávila, El Pais
  29. Data shows a surprising campus free speech problem: left-wingers being fired for their opinions, Zack Beauchamp, Vox
  30. Judge halts deportation of mother and daughter, threatens to hold Sessions in contempt, Grace Segers, CBS News
  31. Trump doubles metal tariffs on Turkey as lira falls by 20%, BBC
  32. YPG to stop demographic change, will target new settlers in Afrin, Helbast Shekhani, Kurdistan 24
  33. DNC under fire from environmental groups for reversing ban on fossil fuel donations, Mark Hand, Think Progress
  34. U.S. teachers’ union urges pensions to cut investment in private prisons, Svea Herbst-Bayliss, Reuters
  35. Post-drone attack crack down underway, David Smilde, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  36. What Happens to #MeToo When a Feminist Is the Accused?, Zoe Greenberg, The New York Times
  37. The Koch Brothers commissioned a survey of Americans and found most like a $15 minimum wage, free colledge and universal health care, Nick Surgey and Zaid Jilani, The Intercept
  38. Meet Gustavo Petro, Colombian former guerrilla and leftist who mounted historic campaign for presidency, Democracy Now!
  39. Colombia President Duque’s 5 ‘hot potatoes’, Ángela Olaya, Ronna Rísquez and Mayra Alejandra Bonilla, InSight Crime
  40. Condenan a José Miguel Narváez a 30 años de cárcel por el crimen de Jaime Garzón, Semana
  41. In race for Suffolk DA, residency questions swirl, Maria Cramer, The Boston Globe
  42. Netanyahu secretly met with Egypt’s Sissi to discuss Gaza, Noa Landau and Amos Harel, Haaretz
  43. Ernesto Macías pide investigar a chamanes que habrían provocado los vientos en la posesión de Duque, Publimetro
  44. Jason Kessler and ‘Unite the Right 2’ crew arrive in DC aboard ‘Special’ subway train, Southern Poverty Law Center
  45. Union calls for firing of Metro GM after claims of special treatment for white nationalists at rally, Fox 5
  46. Ilhan Omar, a progressive Muslim woman, wins Minnesota primary for Keith Ellison’s House seat, Tara Golshan, Vox
  47. An 11-year-old hacked a replica of Florida’s voting system in 10 minutes, Jennie Neufeld, Vox
  48. Elizabeth Warren has a plan to save capitalism, Matthew Yglesias, Vox
  49. Ben Carson wants to roll back an Obama-era Fair Housing rule, Dominique Mosbergen, The Huffington Post
  50. Olvidos, Francisco Gutiérrez Sanín, El Espectador
  51. ¿Otro agarrón entre Colombia y Venezuela?, El Espectador
  52. From two states to one: Michigan’s Rashida Tlaib shifts position on Israel, Alison Kaplan Sommer, Haaretz
  53. 2017 was a great year for CEOs. Not so much for the average worker, Alexia Fernández Campbell, Vox
  54. Inside the coup plotting before the Venezuela drone assassination attempt, Andrew Rosati and Ethan Bronner, Bloomberg
  55. Border inspector, former ICE agent face felony cases in California, Dennis Romero, NBC News
  56. Kofi Annan, former UN secretary general, dies, Chris Johnston, The Guardian
  57. Brazil’s Lula should have political rights – UN Human Rights Committee, The New York Times
  58. ‘Delitos sexuales no van a quedar impunes en la JEP’: Linares, El Tiempo
  59. Kyrie Irving to be honored by Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in ceremony, Chris Forsberg, ESPN
  60. Democrats complain about Green Party ‘spoilers,’ but few in Congress back a solution: ranked-choice voting, Zaid Jilani and Briahna Gray, The Intercept
  61. One of the strongest progressives in Congress is facing a primary challenger invoking identity and change. Will she unseat him?, Lee Fang and Zaid Jilani, The Intercept
  62. Company denied black woman job because her name was ‘ghetto,’ email says, Aris Folley, The Hill
  63. Brazilian border town residents drive out Venezuelan immigrants, Anthony Boadle, Reuters
  64. Boston area lands on list of places where middle class can no longer afford homes, CBS Boston
  65. Health care is one of the nation’s biggest problems: Polls, Tami Luhby, CNN
  66. Venezuela rolls out new currency amid rampant hyperinflation, al-Jazeera
  67. Bomb that killed 40 children in Yemen was supplied by the US, Nima Elbagir, Salma Abdelaziz, Ryan Browne, Barbara Arvanitidis and Laura Smith-Spark, CNN
  68. Paul Manafort found guilty on eight counts, Katelyn Polantz, Dan Berman, Marshall Cohen and Liz Stark, CNN
  69. Donald Trump’s attorney and fixer Michael Cohen pleads guilty to 8 federal counts, Ryan Lucas and Tamara Keith, NPR
  70. Erik Prince goes on Fox & Friends to appeal to Trump to privatize Afghanistan War, Colby Hall, Mediaite
  71. Saudi Arabia seeks its first death penalty against a female human rights activist, Emma Graham-Harrison, The Guardian
  72. Venezuelans grapple with Maduro’s baffling New Economic Plan, Andrew Rosati and Fabiola Zerpa, Bloomberg
  73. Centro Democrático presentará proyecto para aumentar el salario mínimo, El Tiempo
  74. Pelosi says impeachment ‘not a priority’ after Cohen’s guilty plea, Emilyl Birnbaum, The Hill
  75. Newt Gingrich suggests slain Iowa student could help GOP in midterms, Michael Burke, The Hill
  76. Mollie Tibbetts’ murder adds fuel to immigration debate, Tamar Lapin, NY Post
  77. Jeff Sessions: US attorney general hits back at Trump, BBC
  78. Popularidad de Iván Duque es del 41%, según Yanhaas, Alfonso Rico Torres, RCN Radio
  79. ¿Qué es eso de la ‘personería jurídica’ que tiene tan bravo a Gustavo Petro?, Juan Pablo Sepúlveda, Pacifista!
  80. The Trump Organization’s CFO flipping may be the worst one yet, Heather Timmons and Adam Pasick, QZ
  81. Sen. John McCain to discontinue brain cancer treatment, family says, Benjamin Siegel and Stephanie Ebbs, ABC News
  82. ‘Incredible’: New poll that shows 70% of Americans support Medicare for All includes 84% of Democrats and 52% of Republicans, Julia Conley, Common Dreams
  83. John McCain opened Pandora’s box – Sarah Palin came out, but Trump was right behind her, David Smith, The Guardian
  84. Far-right rallies in Germany descend into violence, Jen Kirby, Vox
  85. Andrew Gillum wins Florida governor primary in upset victory for the left, Dylan Scott, Vox
  86. Cuando no hay dinero en las urnas, el Caribe no vota: Petro, El Heraldo
  87. Trump accuses Google of ‘rigged’ search results for news, Ben Popken, NBC News
  88. ‘They’re liquidating us’: AT&T continues layoffs and outsourcing despite profits, Michael Sainato, The Guardian
  89. DeSantis says Florida voters would ‘monkey this up’ if they elect Gillum as governor, John Wagner, The Washington Post
  90. Trump hits Gillum: Florida doesn’t need ‘failed Socialist Mayor’ as governor, Emily Birnbaum, The Hill
  91. Dem House candidate says she’ll file Clarence Thomas impeachment resolution if elected, Emily Birnbaum, The Hill
  92. Former Harry Reid staffer hits Schumer for deal fast-tracking judicial confirmations, Emily Stewart, Vox
  93. Gillum’s campaign raises over $1 million the day after winning Democratic nominee, Max Greenwood, The Hill
  94. Trump administration revoking passports and deporting citizens who happen to be Hispanic, Ed Kilgore, NY Magazine
  95. The US warns it might resume drills with South Korea after talks with the North stall, Vera Bergengruen, BuzzFeed
  96. Bank of America freezing accounts of customers suspected of not being US citizens, Rob Wile, The Sacramento Bee
  97. Glenn Greenwald, the bane of their resistance, Ian Parker, The New Yorker
  98. NYT op-ed: How Colombia can show compassion for Venezuelans and keep the peace process on track, Geoff Ramsey, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  99. Venezuelan refugees are miserable. Let’s help them out, Geoff Ramsey and Gimena Sánchez-Garzoli, The New York Times
  100. America’s real economy: it isn’t booming, Peter Georgescu, Forbes
  101. Western officials ignored Myanmar’s warning signs of genocide, Justin Lynch, Foreign Policy
  102. Florida GOP gubernatorial nominee was admin of racist Facebook group, Elham Khatami, Think Progress
  103. Post-primary Dem poll shows Gillum leading DeSantis in Florida, Max Greenwood, The Hill
  104. Trump personally lobbying GOP senators to flip on Sessions, Eliana Johnson and Elana Schor, Politico
  105. The legacy of Black Reconstruction, Robert Greene II, Jacobin
  106. Critics say Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez can’t hang with the intellectual heavyweights … in Congress, Laura McGann, Vox
  107. Homeland Security staffer with white nationalist ties attended White House policy meetings, Nick Miroff, The Washington Post
  108. Ver para creer: Timochenko entrando a la Casa de Nariño para reunirse con Duque, Noticias Caracol
  109. When the news media is news: a new book details censorship and self-censorship in the Chavez regime, The Global Americans
  110. La Gallup poll muestra que Duque no tuvo luna de miel, Juan Esteban Lewin, La Silla Vacia
  111. The real Iván Duque, Brian Winter, Americas Quarterly

Books

  1. For a Left Populism by Chantal Mouffe. London: Verso Books.
  2. The Principles of Communism by Friedrich Engels. Prism Key Press.

YouTube Videos

1. Why Japan’s gaming bars are fighting for survival

2. How to debate fascists and destroy them: be a Marxist

3. Protesting to save refugees

4. Did Trump’s economic policies stimulate wage growth?

5. Socialist peels apart Laura Ingraham’s total idiocy during live segment.

6. Venezuela’s new economic program: will it stop hyperinflation?

7. Alt-Right and right-wing collectivism

8. Why Fortnite makes billions – Wisecrack Edition

9. Review: The Looting Machine by Tom Burgis

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Media Roundup for July 2018

News Articles

  1. Los triunfos significativos de Petro en el Caribe que miran a 2019, Adelaida Avila Cabrera, La Silla Vacia
  2. Mexico election: historic landslide victory for leftist AMLO, Tom Phillips and David Agren, The Guardian
  3. Mexico’s populist new president unlikely to derail energy reform, Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy
  4. Ocasio-Cortez defeas the Democratic machine – which way forward for socialists?, Tom Trottier and Antonio Balmer, Socialist Revolution
  5. In US, record-law 47% extremely proud to be Americans, Jeffrey M. Jones, Gallup
  6. USCIS is starting a Denaturalization Task Force, WNYC
  7. Woman calls the police on a black representative campaigning in Oregon, Ayana Archie and Emily Smith, CNN
  8. Trump pressed aides on Venezuela invasion, US official says, Joshua Goodman, AP
  9. Lo que hay de Mexico a Colombia, Ariel Ávila, Pares
  10. Ecuador court orders arrest of former president Rafael Correa over kidnapping of opponent, South China Morning Post
  11. López Obrador y la izquierda poschavista, Rafael Rojas, Letras Libres
  12. Asesinan a líder de campaña de Petro en Cáceres, Antioquia, El Tiempo
  13. Profesora amenazada por el ‘clan del Golfo’ abandonó el sur de Bolívar, El Tiempo
  14. Luis Barrios, otro líder que muere advirtiendo su asesinato, Alejandra Vergara G., La Silla Vacia
  15. Llaman a movilizarse contra el asesinato de líderes sociales, El Espectador
  16. Thailand cave rescue: ex-navy diver dies on oxygen supply mission, BBC
  17. Petro inaugura su oposición, Jineth Prieto, La Silla Vacia
  18. Viral pool racist loses job, Zack Ford, Think Progress
  19. Why the world should adopt a basic income, Guy Standing, The Economist
  20. Celtics Report: Boston hasn’t contacted Marcus Smart, PG ‘hurt and disgusted’, Adam Wells, Bleacher Report
  21. Surely Trump will strip citizenship carefully, Jack Holmes, Yahoo!
  22. ¿Quiénes son los congresistas condenados por paramilitarismo?, El Espectador
  23. Petro le propone a Duque escalar asesinatos de líderes sociales a la CPI, El Espectador
  24. La multitudinaria Velatón en Medellín por los líderes asesinados, Estefania Carvajal Restrepo, El Colombiano
  25. Facebook co-founder: tax the rich at 50% to give $500-a-month free cash and fix income inequality, Tom Huddleston Jr., CNBC
  26. Thai cave rescue: 4 of 12 boys saved from underground cavern as divers face ‘race against time’, Maya Oppenheim and Matt Blomberg, The Independent
  27. Brazil judge orders Lula released from jail, triggering battle, Gerson Freitas Jr, Bloomberg
  28. In Colombia death ranch case, some fear prosecution will be buried, Nicolas Casey, The New York Times
  29. Asesinan a simpatizante de la campaña de Petro en Pitalito, Semana
  30. “Pare el asesinato de líderes sociales”, el duro mensaje de sacerdote a Uribe, Semana
  31. ¿Cuáles son las promesas de los presidentes de Colombia y qué tanto las cumplen?, El Espectador
  32. Cynthia Nixon: I’m a democratic socialist, Jimmy Vielkind, Politico
  33. The Maduro diet: Food v. freedom in Venezuela, Moises Rendon, Center for Strategic and International Studies
  34. Mexico’s president-elect will cancel planned U.S. helicopter order, Reuters
  35. MSNBC’s Joy Reid loses over 20% of viewers after blog controversy, Joseph A. Wulfsohn, Mediaite
  36. A ‘socialist movement’ in the Democratic Party?, Aaron Amaral, Samuel Farber, Charlie Post and Shane James, Socialist Worker
  37. Ocasio-Cortez accuse defeated Dem of mounting third party challenge, Morgan Gstalter, The Hill
  38. Chavismo: Its strength could be its greatest risk, Ociel Alí López, NACLA
  39. FBI agent Peter Strzok’s hearing has become a ridiculous circus, Zeeshan Aleem, Vox
  40. Hearing with FBI agent goes off the rails after GOP congressman asks how many times he lied to his wife about cheating on her, Grace Panetta, Business Insider
  41. Legalización de la censura, Ariel Avila, Semana
  42. Sanctions on Venezuela – interview in BBC Mundo, David Smilde, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  43. Jimmy Butler rejects Timberwolves’ 4-year, $100m contract extension offer, Kyle Newport, Bleacher Report
  44. Margarita López Maya: Maduro y su entorno no van a salir por las buenas del poder, Esperanza Márquez, Tal Cual
  45. Venezolanos en México evalúan a López Obrador desde el trauma de Hugo Chávez, Orianny Granado, Tal Cual
  46. Olga Sánchez, quien será titular de Segob con AMLO, impulsará despenalización del aborto en todo el país, Sin Embargo
  47. ¿En qué va la disputa entre Carolina Sanín y la Universidad de los Andes?, El Espectador
  48. France squandered the unity of its last World Cup win. This time must be different, Iman Amrani, The Guardian
  49. Ocasio-Cortez hedges criticism of Israel – ‘I may not use the right words’, Philip Weiss, Mondoweiss
  50. Florida police chief told cops to arrest random black people to boost stats, Adam K. Raymond, New York Magazine
  51. Trump the traitor, Michael A. Cohen, The Boston Globe
  52. Native Americans who protested Dakota Access get handed the longest prison sentences, Mark Hand, Think Progress
  53. Disidencias y desertores: Los pies sobre la tierra, Ariel Ávila, Fundación Paz y Reconciliación
  54. Asesinan a líder social Ibes Trujillo en suroccidente de Colombia, Contagio Radio
  55. Iván Márquez no se posesionará el 20 de julio en el Congreso, Semana
  56. President Trump backpedals after controversial Vladimir Putin meeting, claims he misspoke on Russian election meddling, Chris Sommerfeldt, NY Daily News
  57. Claudia López deberá rectificar señalamientos contra Álvaro Uribe, Mauricio Collazos, RCN
  58. Las veces en que Claudia López tuvo que retractarse por orden judicial, El Tiempo
  59. Uribista sugiere que Claudia López requiere tratamiento de salud mental, German Espejo, La FM
  60. Israel passes controversial nation-state bill allowing it to encourage establishment of Jewish-only communities, Jonathan Lis and Noa Landau, Haaretz
  61. Guillermo Botero propone ley para regular protestas sociales en el país, Martha Olaya, La FM
  62. El partido de la Farc es ahora un proyecto político incierto, Santiago Valenzuela, Pacifista!
  63. Raptors agree to deal to acquire Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard for DeMar DeRozan, Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN
  64. Maria Butina: How alleged Russia spy schmoozed US elite, BBC
  65. Europe’s civil war of sovereignty is tearing its soul apart, The Economist
  66. White House disputes that Trump denied Russia still targeting the US, Justin Fishel, ABC News
  67. How Trump’s tariffs on Mexico are taking jobs from U.S. workers, Erica Werner and Kevin Sieff, The Washington Post
  68. Trump: ‘People at the higher ends of intelligence loved’ my performance, Kyle Balluck, The Hill
  69. The light on dark political money dims, Ed Kilgore, New York Magazine
  70. Paychecks lag as profits soar, and prices erode wage gains, Patricia Cohen, The New York Times
  71. Marcus Smart, Celtics agree on 4-year $52 million contract, Alec Nathan, Bleacher Report
  72. Why is immigration so important to people?, Greg Weeks, Two Weeks Notice
  73. Nicaragua and lessons from the ‘Arab Spring’, Sabina Henneberg, The Hill
  74. El miedo a la verdad y el intento de destruirla, Ariel Ávila, Semana
  75. Trump’s tax cut hasn’t done anything for workers, Noah Smith, Bloomberg
  76. Popular ‘In My Feelings’ challenge banned in Egypt by law, Sarah Khodir, Egyptian Streets
  77. Health insurers are vacuuming up details about you – and it could raise your rates, Marshall Allen, NPR
  78. American prison employees show PTSD levels similar to Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans, Ned Dymoke, Big Think
  79. Can this progressive woman of color pull of an Ocasio-Cortez-style upset in Massachusetts, Eoin Higgins, The Intercept
  80. The Localist Revolution, David Brooks, The New York Times
  81. Democratic lawmakers say ICE charging parents to call their kids violates immigration standards, Brianna Sacks, BuzzFeed
  82. El intento de destruir la memoria, Ariel Avila, Pares
  83. White Supremacy has always been mainstream, Stephen Kantrowitz, Boston Review
  84. Trump to offer farmers $12b in trade aid, Catherine Boudreau, Adam Behsudi, Helena Bottemiller Evich and Megan Cassella, Politico
  85. Tariffs trim a factory’s profit, but loyalty to Trump endures, Nelson D. Schwartz, The New York Times
  86. Trump, Iran and the dangers of presidential bluffing, Uri Friedman, The Atlantic
  87. Israel just shot down a Syrian fighter jet, Alex Ward, Vox
  88. Democratic socialism is about democracy, Shawn Gude, Jacobin
  89. Revolutionaries, elections and the Democrats, Todd Chretien, Socialist Worker
  90. House conservatives move to impeach Rosenstein, Kyle Cheney, Politico
  91. An extremely detailed map of the 2016 election, The New York Times
  92. Inside incels’ looksmaxing obsession: penis stretching, skull implants and rage, Jesselyn Cook, The Huffington Post
  93. Colombia ex-president alleges MI6 plot as death squad investigation closes in, Joe Parkin Daniels, The Guardian
  94. Las cinco preguntas sobre la indagatoria a Uribe (y sus respuestas), Juan Esteban Lewin, La Silla Vacia
  95. Venezuela could eventually have 1 million percent inflation. How is that possible?, Matt O’Brien, The Washington Post
  96. Facebook stock market decline is the largest one-day drop in US history, Casey Newton, The Verge
  97. Corte Suprema tiene más de 100 horas de grabación sobre Uribe y Prada, Johana Rodríguez, RCN Radio
  98. ¿Ven? Teníamos razón, Ariel Ávila, Semana
  99. ¿Cómo Uribe pasó de ser acusador a investigado?, Semana
  100. El audio que compromete a Álvaro Hernán Prada en escándalo de Uribe, El Espectador
  101. Don’t let Eastie become Southie, residents say, Milton J. Valencia, The Boston Globe
  102. Welcome to the Quiet Skies, Jana Winter, The Boston Globe
  103. As inequality grows, so does the political influence of the rich, The Economist
  104. Bernie’s “Medicare for All” predicted to cost nearly $33 trillion, Axios
  105. Impatient Trump drives US push for peace talks in Afghanistan, Dan De Luce, Courtney Kube and Mushtaq Yusufzai, NBC News
  106. LeBron James to open I Promise School on Monday, Nihal Kolur, Sports Illustrated
  107. Esposo de Marta Lucía Ramírez era parte de Global Securities en 2013, Caracol
  108. Censo de parque automotor es paliativo para afrontar déficit de gasolina, Carlos Seijas Meneses, El Nacional
  109. Se define el futuro de las curules de ‘Iván Márquez’ y ‘Jesús Santrich’, El Espectador
  110. One chart that shows how much worse income inequality is in America than Europe, Emily Stewart, Vox
  111. Maduro: Hemos fracasado con todos los modelos productivos y “la responsabilidad es mía, es nuestra”, Aporrea
  112. Maduro reconoce su ‘responsabilidad’ en la crisis económica de su país, El Tiempo
  113. Declaraciones antiguas de Álvaro Uribe generan cadena falsa en contra del exmagistrado Rubén Darío Pinilla, Carlos González, Colombia Check
  114. Iran rejects Trump offer of talks as a dream, without value, Bozorgmehr Sharafedin, Reuters
  115. Why Trump just attacked the Koch brothers on Twitter, Jane Coaston, Vox
  116. Unfortunately, others will follow Nicaragua’s path in Latin America, Oliver Stuenkel, America’s Quarterly

Books

  1. Populistas a la colombiana por Jorge Giraldo Ramirez. Bogotá: Debate.
  2. As Black as Resistance: Finding the Conditions for Liberation by William C. Anderson and Zoé Samudzi. Chico: AK Press.
  3. The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. New York: Signet.

Radio Interviews and Podcasts

  1. Did socialism fail in Venezuela, Eva Maria, We Are Many

YouTube Videos

1. Los muertos que no le importan al gobierno

2. Joe Rogan calmly obliterates Jordan Peterson

3. Duque hace el oso en España, arrancó la JEP, violencia en Medellín y más

4. Uribe vs. Corte, ambientalistas silenciados, Nairo en top 10 y mas

5. Socialism vs Social Democracy w/ Peter Coffin

6. Unraveling the second coming of the Ku Klux Klan

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Media Roundup for June 2018

News Articles

  1. El economista francés, Thomas Piketty, anuncia su apoyo a Gustavo Petro, El Espectador
  2. Libros y bandoleros (1962-1964), Robert A. Karl, El Espectador
  3. ¿Sabe qué pasa si gana el voto en blanco en la segunda vuelta?, El Tiempo
  4. The bankruptcy of 21st Century Socialism, Jorge G. Castañeda, The New York Times
  5. Niall Ferguson quits Stanford free speech role over leaked emails, Mattha Busby, The Guardian
  6. Supreme Court sides with the baker who refused to make gay couple’s wedding cake, Lawrence Hurley, The Huffington Post
  7. ‘A source of positivity all the time’: remembering Palestinian medic Razan al-Najjar, killed by IDF, Democracy Now
  8. US Senator turned away form detention center for migrant children, Molly Olmstead, Slate
  9. Trump: ‘I have the absolute right to PARDON myself’, Kevin Breuninger, CNBC
  10. Venezuela’s May 20 elections: where do things stand?, Steve Ellner, Venezuelanalysis
  11. La respuesta de Humberto de la Calle a quienes lo critican por votar en blanco, El Espectador
  12. I work with children separated from caregivers at the border. What happens is unforgivable, Katie Annand, Vox
  13. Colin Kaepernick’s legal team expected to subpoena President Trump in case against NFL, Charles Robinson, Yahoo!
  14. Finding the progress in ‘progressive’: an alleged reform prosecutor candidate in Boston is less than honest about her record, James Folk, Medium
  15. EU to impose tariffs on US imports from July, Daniel Boffey, The Guardian
  16. Kawhi Leonard rumors: Spurs star has spokenw ith officials, staff in offseason, Kyle Newport, Bleacher Report
  17. Mannix: Celtics ‘scared’ of Kyrie Irving ‘walking in 2019’; Knicks a threat, NBC Sports Boston
  18. Trump will ask athletes who kneel during anthem to recommend people for pardoning, Kaitlan Collins and Veronica Stracqualursi, CNN
  19. MIT scientists created a ‘psychopath’ AI by feeding it violent content from Reddit, Sam Barsanti, AV News
  20. Anthony Bourdain: celebrity chef found dead at 61, BBC
  21. A divided left, a fragile peace, Emma Shaw Crane, NACLA
  22. Se desplaza la polarización interna hacia cuadrilátero internacional, Leopoldo Puchi, Efecto Cocuyo
  23. Antanas Mockus y Claudia López se unen a candidatura de Gustavo Petro, Blu Radio
  24. Duque, 46,2%, y Petro, 40,2%, según encuesta de Datexco, El Tiempo
  25. A pesar de sus simpatías, Petro no podría ser un Chávez, Carlos Hernández Osorio, La Silla Vacia
  26. Ataque de abejas africanizadas interrumpe discurso de Uribe en el Cesar, El Espectador
  27. Helicóptero en el que viajaba Uribe fue el que provocó a las abejas: Policía del Cesar, El Espectador
  28. El compromiso de Petro: no ser un Chávez, Daniela Amaya Rueda, La Silla Vacia
  29. Donald Trump abandons South Korea, Kevin Drum, Mother Jones
  30. What to expect when you’re electing, Colombian edition, Rodrigo Palau, Caracas Chronicles
  31. SDC ready for ‘unconditional talks’ with Syrian regime, Asharq al-Awsat
  32. Venezuela: la profunda brecha entre los que tienen dólares y los que no, Daniel García Marco, BBC
  33. ¿Quién le teme a la verdad?, Sara Tufano, El Tiempo
  34. In Colombian vote, a question looms large: is the frontrunner a puppet?, John Otis and Juan Forero, The Wall Street Journal
  35. Workers flee and thieves loot Venezuela’s reeling oil giant, William Neumann and Clifford Krauss, The New York Times
  36. Petro ganó en Bogotá, pero no fue suficiente, El Espectador
  37. Antioquia, bastión del uribismo, El Espectador
  38. Winner Duque calls for unity after Colombia’s divisive election campaign, Adriaan Alsema, Colombia Reports
  39. Mexico fans caused a literal earthquake after their team’s World Cup win, Brianna Sacks and Nidhi Prakash, BuzzFeed
  40. What Ivan Duque’s win means for securing a lasting peace in Colombia, Adam Isacson, WOLA
  41. Putin’s OPEC tactics: Iran sanctions and the Saudis, Tom O’Donnell, The Global Barrel
  42. Elon Musk emails employees about ‘extensive and damaging sabotage’ by employee, Lora Kolodny, CNBC
  43. The deceptiveness of Egypt’s appointment of female ministers, Zvi Bar’el, Haaretz
  44. DHS Chief is confronted with ProPublica tape of wailing children separated from parents, Stephen Engelberg, ProPublica
  45. 3 NBA teams are interested in signing Marcus Smart, Andrew Doxy, Celtics Blog
  46. ‘Populistas a la colombiana’: similitudes y diferencias entre Gaitán, Rojas Pinilla y Uribe, Me Gusta Leer
  47. Archivan investigación a Gina Parody y Cecilia Álvarez por Odebrecht, El Espectador
  48. Colombiano que insultó a japonesas en Rusia habla sobre lo sucedido, El Tiempo
  49. I am a professor in Venezuela, Pro Davinci
  50. Veteran Chavez ally Cabello to lead Venezuelan Constituent Assembly, Brian Ellsworth, Reuters
  51. US quits UN Human Rights Council, saying it’s anti-Israel, Nick Wadhams, Bloomberg
  52. Geraldo Rivera and Hannity erupt over border policy, Aidan McLaughlin, Mediaite
  53. Majority of Republicans back family separation policy, Luis Sanchez, MSN
  54. The US startup is disappearing, Dan Kopf, Quartz
  55. ‘Black Panther’ star Michael B. Jordan beats Thanos as best villain at MTV Movie and TV awards, Jenna Anderson, Comic Book Now!
  56. En solicitud a la JEP, Diego Palacio admite cohecho en reelección de Uribe, El Espectador
  57. El martes CNE definirá suerte de curul de Antanas Mockus, El Tiempo
  58. Don’t stop with family separation. End the whole immigration prison system, Christina Fialho, Los Angeles Times
  59. One in four surveyed Japanese workers admits to wanting to kill boss; Osaka quake helps show why, Katy Kelly, Japan Today
  60. Venezuela will struggle to recover lost oil production, Irina Slav, oilprice.com
  61. Assad pledges to regain control of northern Syria by force if needed, Reuters
  62. As critics assail Trump, his supporters dig in deeper, Jeremy W. Peters, The New York Times
  63. Los 20 puntos prioritarios que define Iván Duque para su gobierno, Yamid Amat, El Tiempo
  64. La oposición política a Duque tendrá más fuerza que la que tuvo Santos, Juan Pablo Sepúlveda, Pacifista
  65. Maduro congratulates Erdogan on re-election, TeleSur
  66. Venezuela weekly: as international pressure mounts, Maduro consolidates, David Smilde, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  67. Los niños que se están quedando sin padres en Venezuela por culpa del éxodo provocado por la crisis, Daniel Garcia Marco y Dalila Itriago, BBC
  68. Boston school superintendent resigns after allegedly providing student information to ICE officials, Megan Cerullo, NY Daily News
  69. Why the middle class can’t afford life in America anymore, Larry Getlen, New York Post
  70. ‘Pawn Stars’ star Richard ‘Old Man’ Harrison dead at 77, ABC
  71. Democrats must stop pretending the Supreme Court is apolitical, Steve McElwee, The Nation
  72. Democrats see major upset as socialist beats top-ranking US congressman, Ben Jacobs, The Guardian
  73. A 28-year-old Democratic Socialist just ousted a powerful, 10-term congressman in New York, Gregory Krieg, CNN
  74. Harley-Davidson workers back Trump despite jobs shift, Patti Waldmeir, Financial Times
  75. Colombia’s congress weakens war crimes tribunal even further, Adriaan Alsema, Colombia Reports
  76. Lobbyists and business-friendly pundits mourn democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s victory, Lee Fang, The Intercept
  77. Families earning $117,000 now qualify as “low income” in California’s Bay Area, Mark Strassmann, CBS News
  78. Ignore the OPEC drama, more oil is coming, Spencer Jakab, The Wall Street Journal
  79. Inside the failed plot to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, Ethan Bronner, Andrew Rosati and Fabiola Zerpa, Bloomberg
  80. Uribismo no quiere la JEP porque quiere la impunidad para ellos: Gustavo Petro, El Espectador
  81. 5 dead, several ‘gravely injured’ in shooting at Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Doug Stanglin and John Bacon, USA Today
  82. Former ICE Chief Counsel facing prison time for stealing immigrants’ identities, Bill Chappell, NPR
  83. Democratic Socialists of America membership surges after Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s stunning victory, Gideon Resnick, The Daily Beast
  84. Higher education: Faculty exodus from Venezuela’s public universities, Hugo Pérez Hernáiz, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  85. Organizaciones sociales del Norte de Antioquia piden ayuda urgente, El Tiempo
  86. Change and continuity in Colombian politics, Forrest Hylton and Aaron Tauss, NACLA
  87. Estos son los únicos municipios de Antioquia donde Uribe no es el rey, Juan Pablo Sepúlveda, Pacifista
  88. El narcotráfico en Colombia. Una realidad compleja, Ariel Ávila, Semana
  89. The controversy over Maxine Waters’ call for confrontation, explained, Li Zhou, Vox
  90. Dem lawmakers seek distance from Waters call for confrontation, Scott Wong, The Hill
  91. A closer look at voter turnout in 2018 New York Congressional primaries, Ben Brachfeld, Gotham Gazette
  92. Democrats can kiss swing voters goodbye with progressive ballot, Lloyd Green, The Hill
  93. These are the world’s most miserable economies, Michelle Jamrisko and Catarina Saraiva, Bloomberg
  94. Trump’s brutal immigration crackdown is tearing families apart on the basis of 3 false premises, Pedro Nicolaci da Costa, Business Insider
  95. Dem lawmaker introduces bill to abolish ICE, Julia Manchester, The Hill
  96. PAHO visit to Venezuela: Advances and opportunities, Teresa García Castro, Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights
  97. Today’s US-Mexico ‘border crisis’ in 6 charts, Douglas Massey, The Conversation

YouTube Videos

1. ‘Scary’ Terry Rozier opens up about the chip on his shoulder and young Celtics squad

2. Viral MSNBC coverage shows 8 Nazis running in the midterms, I wonder who emboldened them?

3. How would Korean reunification work?

4. Duque presidente, Petro opositor, Osorio triunfa con Mexico y mas

5. Jimmy Dore debates w/ TYT panel about North Korea

6. Republicans, this a line you shouldn’t cross – children’s interment camps

7. Volvio Uribe: seis moralejas

8. Jordan Peterson, Eric Weinstein, and Dave Rubin

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