Reader Supported News – Selected Headlines, December 9, 2012

Moyers and Winship | FCC May Give Murdoch a Very Merry ChristmasBill Moyers and Michael Winship, Moyers & Company

Moyers and Winship write: “In prior years, the FCC has granted waivers to the rules, but this latest move on their part would be more permanent.” READ MORE

FOCUS: Matt Taibbi | Jim DeMint: The Fireman Ed of Politics
Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone

Taibbi writes: “But in the meantime, this split in the Republican Party is a crazy and highly entertaining mess. DeMint sniping at Boehner through Rush Limbaugh is probably only the beginning.” READ MORE

FOCUS: Interview | Julian Assange: The Fugitive
Decca Aitkenhead, Guardian UK

“Julian Assange has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy for six months. In a rare interview, we ask the WikiLeaks founder about reports of illness, paranoia – and if he’ll ever come out.” READ MORE

What Does the NDAA Really Authorize?
Cora Currier, ProPublica

Currier writes: “This year, the Senate bill says that citizens can’t be detained in the U.S. – but concerns remain about the scope of detention powers. We’ve taken a step back, run through the controversy, and laid out what’s new.” READ MORE

Michael Tomasky | Run, Hillary, Run
Michael Tomasky, The Daily Beast

Tomasky writes: “Hillary Clinton has not just the chance to run in 2016. She has the obligation to do so.” READ MORE

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One Response to Reader Supported News – Selected Headlines, December 9, 2012

  1. nadia staniewska says:

    NATO saide there wont be any aligment of the planets, so don;t BS

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