From the Ashes of Capitalism, The ‘Next System’ Seeks To Rise | the acronym podcast 08

Dana Brown, the National Teach-Ins Coordinator for the Next System project, joins Dennis for an interview about the end of capitalism and navigates the “reform or revolution” framework during the height of primary season.

VIDEO: Massive Resistance Building to Stop KXL

Michael Nigro produced this exclusive for the Resistance Report. http://youtu.be/rg8IIQL-d4A Last week, the State Department released the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) for the proposed northern leg of the controversial and long-embattled TransCanada Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. As Steve Horn, of DeSmog Blog notes: “In a familiar “Friday trash dump” — a move [...]

Does A Globally Renowned Activist Have Ties To Global Intel Firm STRATFOR?

http://youtu.be/vzlSc4aS31A An interview with Carl Gibson, the co-founder of US UNCUT and co-author of the recently published story on Occupy.com that claims that a globally renowned activist whose claim to fame includes being one of the architects of the movement that overthrew Slobodan Milosevic has been collaborating with the intelligence firm Stratfor. Horn and Gibson write: “Lesser known, [...]

To Honor Nelson Mandela’s Legacy, we must … (?) | Resistance Report #14

< This content is viewer supported, Support Acronym TV today | The Resistance Report is produced in conjunction with Popular Resistance.org Reflecting on the death of Nelson Mandela, Jerome Ross, writing at Roar magazine states: “The only appropriate way to honor the legacy of the iconic freedom fighter is not to beatify the man but to take [...]

MSNBC “Leaning Forward” To Promote Fracking

http://youtu.be/BkW9KO0sjJU With the knowledge that the day is coming when the digital side of media consumption will outpace the cable television side of the business, Cable news stations are scrambling to carve out space in the digital realm. MSNBC, for example, recently unveiled a completely redesigned website. The site prioritizes focused user interaction over exposure [...]