To censor is an act of deprivation, a taking away. To enforce an intolerant orthodoxy is an act of imposition. The two cannot be understood separately from one another.
Tag: Greg Palast
YouTube Rejects Consortium News Appeal
The social media company says it carefully reviewed the content of the banned CN Live! episode; says it won’t be restored and that a strike will remain against CN—an impossible decision if the entire video was indeed carefully reviewed.
YouTube Removes a CN Live! Episode
It appears just reporting claims that the 2020 election was stolen, without supporting those claims, is enough for YouTube to ban a video.
‘Organized’ March to Capitol Was Not Permitted, Rally Organizers Warned White House
The organizers of the Trump rally on Jan. 6 had no permit for a march to the Capitol and tried to warn the White House that it would be illegal, reports Greg Palast for Consortium News.
WATCH: CN Live! New Episode—‘Georgia Purged’ With Greg Palast
As many as 198,000 voters in the state of Georgia were kicked off the voting list before last week’s Senate run-off elections, falsely listed by the secretary of state’s office as having moved.
WATCH: CN Live! New Episode—‘Voter Suppression’ With Greg Palast
Greg Palast appeared on CN Live! Saturday night to discuss the latest on voter suppression as we approach Tuesday’s election.
LEE CAMP: Trump Will Win Reelection Unless We Do One Thing
We — the American people — have a right to participate in the last vestiges of this tattered democracy.
Photographing a White-Supremacist Attack
Some of the most dramatic scenes from last weekend’s neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville — images of white extremists beating a black man in a parking lot — were captured by photographer Zach Roberts who talked with Dennis J Bernstein.
Democracy on the Ballot
What’s left of American democracy is on the Nov. 6 ballot, with the Republicans hoping that a combination of voter suppression and attack ads bought by billionaires will secure the White House and Congress. Investigative reporter Greg Palast describes the…