Redacted Tonight #173-Assault On The Internet, Egypt, Cuba, & Workers’ Rights

Lee Camp visits our favorite tropical enemy as the current US administration considers reinstating a Cold War-era blockade on Cuba. While corporate media report on human trafficking in Libya, they forget seem to have forgotten who is responsible. Lee also report on the recent terror attack in Egypt, a protest against fracking, and a possible holiday-season strike at UPS. Then, correspondent John F. O’Donnell saves us from defeat over net neutrality and correspondent Natalie McGill explains the reemergence of the plantation in the American economy – for parties.

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