In this Episode of Redacted Tonight, Lee explains why unions don’t suck. Then we review a Tennessee proposed legislation against transgender teen rights, the Dark Act is shut down, and Noam Chomsky warns about the perils of global warming. Naomi Karavani explains why the DOJ won’t prosecute civil right cases against police officers. Also – Carlos Delgado investigates corporate tax breaks in Baltimore.
This week, Lee covers the highlights of mainstream media coverage of the Presidential Primaries with a video montage. Also, a Pennsylvania court ruled that it’s illegal to film the police, the senate approved Obama’s FDA nomination who has deep ties to big pharma, and Chesapeake Energy was indicted for rigging oil and gas prices. This and more on Redacted Tonight.
In this Episode of Redacted Tonight, Lee tackles the stigma behind prostitution. Then we review the most important news hits of the week including: the latest in election news, Pennsylvania’s cop cam ruling, and Chesapeake Energy’s indictment. Naomi Karavani explains the Supreme Court’s hearings on Planned Parenthood. Also – John F. O’Donnell breaks down the failings of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Redacted Tonight #88 – College Debtor Arrested, Animal Agriculture, Nike Drops Pacquiao, Apple VS. FBI, & More
In this Episode of Redacted Tonight, we tackle the animal agriculture industry. Plus, Nike cuts ties with a homophobic athlete, US marshals are hunting down indebted students, Congress tries to remove GMO labeling from food, and Naomi Karavani reveals the corruption in the Supreme Court. Also, Carlos Delgado explains why Apple must win its fight with the FBI.
Israel. It’s not an easy topic to cover, especially at the start of the show. But, Lee Camp has no problem delving deep. Israel’s occupation of Palestine has lead to many deaths and refugees. Lee Camp asks, is it right to ignore this? This and more on Redacted Tonight.
When someone commits a crime, usually an investigation into said crime begins immediately. Then why does this not apply to police officers who commit crimes? Leaked contracts between police unions and city officials show guarantees that disciplinary records and complaints issued against dirty cops are kept secret or destroyed. This and more on Redacted Tonight.
Redacted Tonight #86 – Dildos Thrown At TPP Officials, Military Budget Outrage, Bad Cops Kept Secret
In this Episode of Redacted Tonight, Lee explains why everything we know is a lie. Then, cities and cops make a crooked contract, the economic minister of New Zealand gets a rubber surprise, Julian Assange continues to by unjustly detained, and Naomi Karavani breaks down the Pentagon’s 2017 budget. Also – John F. O’Donnell investigates the alternatives to voting Democrat or Republican.
In this episode of Redacted Tonight, Lee Camp rips into the establishment about the shady signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. It’s a legit “Thanks, Obama” moment. He also explores the fraud and just general insanity of the Iowa Caucus. Correspondent, John F. O’Donnell, visits Lee at the desk to breakdown how undemocratic and unethical the entities known as “Superdelegates” are. In the second half of the show, Lee goes into extra dark territory, discussing how Nestle, one of the most evil multi-nationals out there, freakin’ ADMITTED to using slave labor. Then correspondent, Carlos Delgado, presents his field piece about how the Big Opioid Industry crushed prescription drug reform. Plus more!
Hillary Clinton accidentally revealed her true feelings about Bernie Sanders’s surge.
– Created and written by the Redacted Tonight team. You’ve heard of “Hitler Reacts” – well, this is Hillary Reacts.
There’s a term in the military for when they go into an area with one goal, such as eliminating a terror cell, and then the goal becomes bigger and wider until we’re building Starbucks on every Iraqi street corner. This term is “mission creep.” Lee Camp asks, what happens when our government and media start to introduce more and more crazy things? Do we accept it? This and more on Redacted Tonight.
Bernie Sanders put a hold on Obama’s latest corporate shill nominee to the FDA… And he didn’t do it in a polite way either. Also, last week NY governor Andrew Cuomo gave an important bank watchdog position to Maria Vullo, a corporate lawyer who previously made her living defending financial institutions. I explain further on this episode of Redacted Tonight.
Redacted Tonight #84 – Hillary Bankrolled By Goldman Sachs, Boston Solves Homelessness, & #WomenNotObjects
Hillary Clinton was apparently payed MILLIONS by the big banks, Boston has fixed its homeless veteran issue in a SHOCKING way, the hidden TRUTH about the massive California leak, and so much more on this week’s Redacted Tonight.
Hillary Clinton was reported to have made a TON of money, to the tune of 2.9 million dollars, for giving a dozen speeches to financial institutions. And, we’re not talking your ma and pa local community bank. No. The same folks who lead us to the financial collapse of 2008. For that much money, wouldn’t Hillary be in the banks’ pockets? This and more on Redacted Tonight.
One would hope that our elected officials are able to communicate at what many would consider an adult level – ESPECIALLY the potential President of the United States. Well, after a few brave souls begrudgingly analyzed his speeches, it turns out Donald Trump speaks at a fourth grade level. Lee Camp explains why this is not only ridiculous, but predictable. This and more on Redacted Tonight.
Flint Michigan is in the midst of the most severe water crisis this country has ever seen. And, you guessed it, it’s all thanks to corporate greed. Sure, Flint’s water has been contaminated with lead and other toxins for years, but it wasn’t until Flint’s emergency manager decided to switch the city’s water supply from Detroit to the poisoned Flint that stuff started hitting the fan. Lee Camp explains. This and more on Redacted Tonight.