headlines-for-december-5,-2022

Early Voting Breaks Records Ahead of Georgia’s Crucial Senate RunoffDNC Agrees to New Presidential Primary Calendar, Making South Carolina First State to VoteG7 Price Cap on Russian Oil Goes into Effect as European Countries Grapple with Energy CrisisIntense Fighting Continues in Eastern Ukraine; Global Arms Sales Continue to RiseTargeted ShootingContinue Reading

protest-song-of-the-week:-‘man-with-no-name’-by-fantastic-negrito

Originally published at Ongoing History of Protest MusicIn Virginia, back in 1759, a white Scottish servant named Elizabeth Gallimore fell in love with a black slave whose name had been lost over time. Their great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson, Xavier Amin Dphrepaulezz, who performs under the pseudonym Fantastic Negrito, has released a compelling concept album,Continue Reading

defiance-in-iran:-despite-crackdown,-anti-government-protests-may-grow-into-“nationwide-revolution”

The situation in Iran is “critical” as authorities tighten their crackdown on the continuing anti-government protests after the September death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in the custody of the so-called morality police. United Nations human rights officials report Iranian security forces in Kurdish cities killed dozens of protesters this weekContinue Reading

headlines-for-november-23,-2022

Six People Shot Dead at Walmart in Chesapeake, VirginiaSupreme Court OKs Release of The Traitor’s Tax Returns to CongressZelensky Accuses Russia of Turning Cold Winter into “Weapon of Mass Destruction”Ukrainian Forces Raid 1,000-Year-Old Orthodox Monastery in KyivOn Trip to Moscow, Cuban President Denounces U.S. Sanctions on Russia & NATO ExpansionTurkeyContinue Reading

nsa-whistleblower-unearthed-‘project’-that-targeted-us-communications

This article was funded by paid subscribers of The Dissenter Newsletter. Become an annual paid subscriber to help us continue our coverage of whistleblowers.A National Security Agency whistleblower unearthed a hot-shot analyst’s unauthorized “project” that targeted the communications of citizens or persons in the United States, according to a top secret inspector general reportContinue Reading