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Secrecy, by contrast, concerns what citizens may know, and the citizen is not told what may not be known.”
Government restrictions on press credentialing as documented in the June 2014 study, and the government’s de facto position that embedded journalists have reduced First Amendment rights, as highlighted by Manning’s editorial, point to crisis of the free press, one of the most fundamental institutions in a democratic society.
First and most obviously: in 2014, corporate media continue to reproduce what Hall termed “official ideologies of the status quo”- not simply reflecting a “consensual” style of politics but also reinforcing it by blocking certain kinds of events and actors from achieving news worthy status.
It’s well known that burning fossil fuels in the form of coal, oil, and natural gas releases carbon dioxide into the air. Less understood is that a quarter of this carbon dioxide- about twenty trillion pounds, every year- is absorbed by oceans.
Governments and international organizations are least concerned with damages caused by the burning of fossil fuels, and this negligent behavior of the policy makers have resulted in the unprecedented increase of ocean acidification.
The top ten countries and their expected assistance (in millions of current US dollars) are as follows: Israel 3,100; Afghanistan 2,200; Egypt 1,600; Pakistan 1,200; Nigeria 693; Jordan 671; Iraq 573; Kenya 564; Tanzania 553; Uganda 456
Three former General Electric bankers- Dominick Carollo, Steven Goldberg, and Peter Grimm- had been convicted in 2012 for rigging auctions of municipal bonds, essentially stealing from projects intended to build public schools, hospitals, libraries, and nursing homes in virtually every US state.
Exploiting the world’s resources and governments with criminal impunity, a wealthy elite- sporting an estimated $32 trillion in tax-exempt offshore havens- are the deep dark secret of plutocratic imperialism, operating
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The escape of people from their homes led to certain areas of Europe to be sparsely populated and this, in turn, created a shortage of labor that forced many landowners to increase the wages of their workers due to the high demand for them. The labor shortage and the increase in wages made many in the European society to become more aware of their basic rights.
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