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THE WEEK THAT WAS

>>Garbage In, Garbage Out, Garbage Here, Garbage There
Plastic Pollution in the World's Oceans: More than 5 Trillion Plastic Pieces Weighing over 250,000 Tons Afloat at Sea
http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0111913

>>Peddle to the Meddle
Citigroup Wrote the Wall Street Giveaway Congress Just Snuck Into a Must-Pass Spending Bill
http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2014/12/spending-bill-992-derivatives-citigroup-lobbyists

>>Dream A Little Dream
Many Feel the American Dream Is Out of Reach, Poll Shows
http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/12/10/many-feel-the-american-dream-is-out-of-reach-poll-shows/

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Matt GoldingTHE WEEK THAT WAS
>>Bad Cop, Worse Cop

US: Cleveland police poorly trained, reckless

>>Greased Pigs of War

Cheap oil may mean regime change for foes of the U.S.

>>Peek and Destroy
Mounting Reports of Civilian Deaths from U.S. Airstrikes in Syria and Iraq, and a Pentagon That Looks the Other Way

- Inside the Headlines - 20141128

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Welcome to INSIDE THE HEADLINES with Newsvandal JP Sottile and James Moore, your weekly dose of top news stories from across the country and the globe.

Whether you're stealing deals, boycotting Wal-Mart in solidarity with workers' growing demand for better wages, or just recovering from the Macy parade and full stomach syndrome, join us for another romp through the week's captivating headlines for salty analysis and sweet insights on the conveyor belt of better understanding the world and its relentless boogie.

For links to all the headlines discussed, click "Read more" below.

- Inside the Headlines - 20141121

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New format. Same dudes.

INSIDE THE HEADLINES with Newsvandal JP Sottile and James Moore.

It's underwater sparklers and quirky perks time in newsville.The men from UNKLE are upping the ante and you're warmly invited to glisten in!

THE WEEK THAT WAS
>>Obama's Executive Decision-making
Is Barack Obama the New Jimmy Carter?
http://nationalinterest.org/feature/barack-obama-the-new-jimmy-carter-11702

>>NSA Roadblocked
Rand Paul Beats Ted Cruz, Saves NSA From ‘Reform’
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/11/18/rand-paul-beats-ted-cruz-saves-nsa-from-reform.html

>>School of the Americas Vigil
Clear voices, silenced: Remembering the murder of six Jesuits
http://ncronline.org/news/global/clear-voices-silenced-remembering-murder-six-jesuits

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James Moore talks with Sierra Club environmental attorney Wally Taylor about a topic and an issue that is of grave concern to many enviromental advocates in the Jefferson County area. The Bakken Pipeline would deliver so-called sweet crude in pipes across the state of Iowa from North Dakota and then down to the Gulf.

Here's a blurb from a recent article in the Des Moines Register titled "Branstad Won't Stop Pipeline Through Iowa":

Wally Taylor of Cedar Rapids, a lawyer for the Iowa chapter of the Sierra Club, said Iowans must do everything they can to stop the pipeline project. "We cannot let fossil fuels continue to damage and wreck our economy and environment and our earth," Taylor said.

Energy Transfer Partners (ETF), who also do business as Dakota Access, announced plans for a proposed oil pipeline that will run diagonally across Iowa, through 17 or 18 counties. The company also announced that some of the crude oil will be loaded onto rail cars for shipment to the east coast.

Attorney Taylor will be in Fairfield on Monday November 24th at 7:30pm at the Fairfield Public Library to address the issue and answer any questions people may have. A county meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 2nd at 9am at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds Activity Building where the company will present their agenda and then hear from local community members about their plans.

- Inside the Headlines - 20141114

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America's favorite cheerless fearleaderMother milked, it'a a beautiful day in the Free-falling poppy: It's reigning mienneighborhood, and never mind Kim Kardashian, hey democracy, you've got a nice arsenal, baby! i.e. it's neocon doo doo time, endless war at warp speed. Speaking of doo doo, Dubya van Gogh says he hopes America beats those al qaeda types in Iraq which he has NO REGRETS invading. And to paraphrase Monica's ex, he said unprompted that he DID NOT have war with that country to settle his daddy's score. He wrote a book for that.

Yep, those are the three tiers today when you come INSIDE THE HEADLINES with the amazing Newsvandal JP Sottile and his trusty sidekick James Moore. Sit back in your saddle, put on your seatbelt and take a cruise at warp speed through the anals of a metaphorical FBI Marshal's cell tower-impersonating Cesna, with a bird's eye view on the latest haps in newsville. Click "Read more" below for links to all the headlines discussed and more.

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Oh man, it's already time for another weekly news round up with award-winning multi-journalist Newsvandal JP Sottile & co-host James Moore, as they invite you INSIDE THE HEADLINES.

This week's three tiers include peeps du power du jour, zombie capitalism extendsiong well beyond Halloween, and a light-hearted category we call taking the whole damn planet--and everybody with it--down the friggin' tubes.

As always, the headlines discussed are linked below and can be accessed by clicking "Read more." Enjoy. It's the end of the world as we know it--and I feel fine.

58:37 minutes (53.68 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Oh man, it's already time for another weekly news round up with award-winning multi-journalist Newsvandal JP Sottile & co-host James Moore, as they invite you INSIDE THE HEADLINES.

This week's three tiers include peeps du power du jour, zombie capitalism extendsiong well beyond Halloween, and a light-hearted category we call taking the whole damn planet--and everybody with it--down the friggin' tubes.

As always, the headlines discussed are linked below and can be accessed by clicking "Read more." Enjoy. It's the end of the world as we know it--and I feel fine.

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The HALLOWEENIE EDITION

Hey news freaks, it's Newsvandal time with JP Sottile & James Moore as we go INSIDE THE HEADLINES every Friday at 4pm CT.

We got another scary doozy today with our three tiers covering the secret squirreling away the money; speaking of money, our second teir is the economy doesn't suck, it just sucks your brains out (tip'o'the hat to our zombie fund friends), and lastly a tip'o'the hat to Halloween with a little ol' tier we call BOO HOO, Booboo.

Links to all the headlines discussed can be accessed by clicking the "Read more" tab below. Go for it!

- Planet Erstwild - 201031 - DeSmogBlog's Steve Horn

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BDSM Cop gone way bad

I love my job. I love music. I love this town. Great show planned for you today. Pefect for Halloween. Some fabulous musical guests, all with projects you can avail yourself of shortly. Plus, just in time for Halloween, a talk about the infamous, creepy, sadistic, chilling "Mr. Handcuffs" with Steve Horn and much more. Take a walk on the wild side with another topical & musical safari, it's PLANET ERSTWILD, right here on solar-powered KRUU-FM, 'The Voices of Fairfield, Iowa and beyond.'

I speak with Steve Horn, a Madison, WI-based Research Fellow for DeSmogBlog and a freelance investigative journalist. He previously was a reporter and researcher at the Center for Media and Democracy. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, majoring in political science and legal studies, his writing has appeared in Al Jazeera America, The Guardian, Vice News, The Nation, Wisconsin Watch, Truth-Out, AlterNet and elsewhere. His latest piece for DeSmogBlog is titled Drilling Deeper: New Report Casts Doubt on Fracking Production Numbers. Also, his work on the brutal Wisconsin cop case allegedly involved in the grizzly murders of at least two women.

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