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>The Economy Doesn't Suck, It Just Sucks For You
Richest 1% Percent To Have More Than Rest of Humanity Combined
World economy is worse than thought

>>Estranged Bedfellows
Israeli Mossad Goes Rogue, Warns U.S. on Iran Sanctions

>>Rahming It Through
How To Sell Off a City: Welcome to Rahm Emanuel’s Chicago, the privatized metropolis of the future.

ITH DEEP-DIVE: The War Is Over. Long Live The War.
9/11 Forever (and Ever)

Obama’s ‘Mission Unaccomplished’ Moment

The Golden Age of Black Ops: Special Ops Missions Already in 105 Countries in 2015

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>>Le Attack
West Struggles to Halt Rising Flow of Citizens to War Zones
France cracks down on hate speech, sends carrier to Mideast

>>A Lotta Hot Air
Activists say Obama action on methane emissions 'misses 90% of pollution'

>>Peddle to the Meddle
Who needs lobbyists? See what big business spends to win American minds

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>Cozy Up
The Cartel: How BP Used a Secret Chat Room for Insider Tips

>>The Economy Doesn't Suck. It Just Sucks For You.
For the Wealthiest Political Donors, It Was a Very Good Year

>>Shoot First, Ask Questions Later
Special Report: Their nation in pieces, Iraqis ponder what comes next

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Say Goodnight, 2014: INSIDE THE HEADLINES "Year That Was" Wrap-up

The 10 most-read stories of 2014

AP poll: Police killings of blacks voted top story of 2014
The Year of Outrage—Slate tracked what everyone was outraged about every day in 2014.

- Planet Erstwild - 20141222 - Owen Cocoran

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Owen Cocoran is the Special Events & Media Coordinator for the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber. He speaks with station manager James Moore about the storied Gulf Shores' annual National Shrimp Festival which has been held for over 40 years. Last year it drew almost 250,000 people. FAIRfest and the Shrimp Fest hope to partner up in ways big and small.

Corcoran, a Gulf Shores resident and Auburn University graduate. He comes to the Chamber from the Pensacola Blue Wahoos Baseball team where he held various duties related to special events, group sales, and group parties. He previously served as Assistant Director of Golf Operations for Mill Creek Golf Club in Auburn, AL where he not only oversaw day-to-day operations but also handled various administrative duties. Corcoran also has background and experience in communications in the areas of sports management, broadcasting, and real estate.

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>>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

>>Peddle to the Meddle
Citigroup Wrote the Wall Street Giveaway Congress Just Snuck Into a Must-Pass Spending Bill

>>Dream A Little Dream
Many Feel the American Dream Is Out of Reach, Poll Shows

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>>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.

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- 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!

>>Obama's Executive Decision-making
Is Barack Obama the New Jimmy Carter?

>>NSA Roadblocked
Rand Paul Beats Ted Cruz, Saves NSA From ‘Reform’

>>School of the Americas Vigil
Clear voices, silenced: Remembering the murder of 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.

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