TGR-RE: August 20, 2010

Posted in Broadcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 22, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

CNN scaremongering about Social Security,
Drug recalls surge,
Uncovering the lies that are sinking the oil,
US cities face up to massive cuts,
Our only existing jobs program is the military – an insane way to keep Americans employed,
Rights groups, doctors condemn ‘anti-gay’ hormone treatment,
Secret assault on terrorism widens on two continents,
Hundreds displaced in Helmand: Red Crescent,
US wants Iraq to pay bill for war victims,
Suicide attack kills Iraqi army recruits in Baghdad,
France urged to repay Haiti billions paid for its independence,
US and China to clash over yuan fall,
Netanyahu rejects peace talks based on 1967 borders,
Court rules against Colombia-US base accord,
Madagascar – State of denial.


TGR-RE: August 13, 2010

Posted in Broadcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 15, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

The myth of the social security systems financial shortfall,
Governments go to extremes as the downturn wears on,
Google-Verizon deal: the end of the internet as we know it,
US and Vietnam in controversial nuclear negotiations,
GM crop escapes into the American wild,
Jeffrey Goldberg pushes for war with Iraq – er, make that Iran,
Ahmadinejad invites Obama to debate,
Obama drops 2009 pledge to withdraw combat troops from Iraq,
Federal help possible as Oakland police cope with recent violence, layoffs ,
Going organic: The siege on Gaza,
Commodity prices soar as spectre of food inflation is back,
UN committee: Israel violates housing rights, denies Palestinians water,
Mexico drug violence has killed 28,000 since 2006,
Moscow deaths double amid smog to 700 people a day,
Air strike kills Afghans’ hours after Petraeus warning.

TGR-RE: August 06, 2010

Posted in Broadcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 10, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

Regulators shut down banks in Fla., Ga., Ore., Wash.; makes 108 US bank failures this year,
House Democrats buck President Obama on Afghanistan,
Proposition 8: federal judge overturns California gay marriage ban,
Google, CIA invest in ‘future’ of web monitoring,
A political filter for info requests,
Families of dead US vets accuse insurer of massive scam,
Afghans march in Kabul to denounce NATO strikes that killed civilians,
Bold rainforest idea makes good: Ecuador secures trust fund to save park from oil developers,
UN declares access to clean water a human right,
Global warming blamed for 40 percent decline in ocean phytoplankton,
Colombia: US aid may have sparked civilian killings,
Honduras: Rights situation deteriorates,
Greece: Society begins to crack under harsh measures,
More protests rock tense Kashmir,
Iraq death toll in July highest in more than two years,
Israeli Arabs have no choice but to build illegally.

TGR-RE: July 30, 2010

Posted in Broadcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 3, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

Toxic legacy of US assault on Fallujah ‘worse than Hiroshima’,
Kucinich, Ron Paul: Get US troops out of Pakistan,
State Dept. planning to field a small army in Iraq,
Yemen Shiite rebels capture 200 soldiers according to military official,
Helmand residents accuse Nato of deliberate attack on civilians,
Soldiers who took part in torture suffer from severe PTSD,
Report details plight of mentally ill detainees,
Robust ‘public option’ health care bill wins 121 co-sponsors in House,
Three Fourths of oil lobbyists worked for government,
Bell case underlines limits of wrongful death payouts,
More than 40% leave Obama mortgage program,
Shrimp on Prozac are killing themselves,
Landslide adds to China flood woes,
Ixquick: Search engines should become government spies, says EU Parliament,
Dockworkers, worldwide, respond to Israeli flotilla attack and Gaza blockade,
Israel gets brutal with media,
Brazilian indigenous block workers at hydroelectric site.

TGR-RE: July 23, 2010

Posted in Broadcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on July 25, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

22 Statistics That Prove That The Middle Class Is Being Systematically Wiped Out Of Existence In America,
Are kickbacks from Kellogg and others driving school-food purchasing?,
Geithner opposes Warren to head new consumer agency,
Vast US spy network out of control,
Study: Attack on Iran would be ‘start of long war’,
United States called ‘silent killers’ in Somalia,
Iran scientist: CIA offered me $50 million to lie about nuclear secrets,
US military surge in Costa Rica may fan regional tensions,
Argentina’s Senate passes historic same-sex marriage bill,
Afghan monitor says 2010 worst year of war,
Chris Patten urges bolder EU approach over Middle East conflict,
Thousands missing out on education in Gaza,
Women’s ordination conference – Vatican’s ‘Scare tactics’ appalling,
Uzbek women accuse state of mass sterilizations,
Two Bronx synagogues on local list to receive grant money for protection against terrorist attacks.

TGR-RE: July 16, 2010

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 21, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

Obama faces growing credibility crisis,
Utah agencies probe alleged illegal immigrant list,
The thing that ate the WIC budget,
US denies visa to Colombian journalist,
Costa Rican legislators try to stop US warships from entering waters,
Recovery effort falls vastly short of BP’s promises,
EU gives US access to its citizens’ financial data,
General who said it was ‘fun to shoot people’ takes over US Central Command,
New eugenics and the rise of global scientific dictatorship,
Judge topples US rejection of gay unions,
Haitians wait in tents for a recovery that has still barely begun,
For first time in nine months, Israel razes Palestinian homes in East Jerusalem,
McChrystal probe of SOF killings excluded key eyewitnesses,
CRU climate scientists ‘did not withhold data’,
Iraq stumbles into month 5 with no new government,
Britain: CCTV turning schools into ‘prisons’.

TGR-RE: July 09, 2010

Posted in Broadcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 12, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

How Goldman gambled on starvation,
Media, boaters could face criminal penalties by entering oil cleanup ‘safety zone’,
BART cop Mehserle convicted of involuntary manslaughter in New Year’s Day shooting,
37 arrested in Y-12 civil disobedience,
Fed made taxpayers unwitting junk bond buyers,
Solar powered plane flies for 26 hours,
Tribal Law and Order Act passes in US Senate,
America’s tragic descent into empire,
Unmanned drones: Targeted killing vs. ‘collateral murder’,
Army intelligence analyst charged with leaking classified information,
Afghan companies say US did not pay them,
Economies in Latin America race ahead,
Nixon and Kissinger joked over Chile assassination,
Jury clears activists who broke into Brighton arms factory,
More than 50 killed in attacks across Baghdad,
Octavia Nasr’s firing and what the liberal media allows.

TGR-RE: July 02, 2010

Posted in Broadcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 8, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

ACORN totally vindicated of all wrongdoing –what was that scandal all about?,
Lifetime of tracking killings ends in activist’s own,
Financial reform package wouldn’t change Wall Street much,
Sticking the public with the bill for the bankers’ crisis,
“Summer of rage”: Obama Derangement Syndrome grips conservative media once again,
America detached from war: Bush’s pilotless dream, smoking drones, and other strange tales from the crypt,
US officials: Karzai aides derailing corruption cases involving elite,
Corruption suspected in airlift of billions in cash from Kabul,
Iraq: Killing for water,
Israeli foreign minister wants Palestinians stripped of citizenship and relocated,
Kyrgyzstan OKs constitution after ethnic unrest,
Hundreds displaced by Iranian, Turkish bombardments of Kurdish rebels,
Icelandic leader in milestone gay marriage,
Honduran president ‘fears new coup’,
Venezuela seizes US oil rigs,
Mass strike against pension reform hits France,
Philippines massacre witness killed.

TGR-RE: June 25, 2010

Posted in Broadcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 8, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

Report: Costly US health care falls short,
Justices limit use of ‘honest services’ law against fraud,
Blackwater firm gets $120 million contract,
New York Times, Washington Post misremember Gaza war,
Court affirms ban on aiding groups tied to terror,
Borrowers exit troubled Obama mortgage rescue plan,
Iraq ill-equipped to cope with an epidemic of mental illness,
US funds run Pakistan emerald mines,
2 killed as Basra residents erupt over electricity shortage,
Supplies flow into Gaza as Israel eases land blockade,
Malaria spikes with deforestation,
Argentina: Turning wasteland into woodland,
Violence up sharply in Afghanistan,
Brazil flood toll climbs amid search for hundreds of missing,
Afghan civilians said to be killed in air strike,
Millions face starvation in west Africa, warn aid agencies,
ICC makes waging war a crime.

TGR-RE: June 18, 2010

Posted in Broadcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 20, 2010 by theglobalreportradioedition

This week’s broadcast includes:

Jobless benefits extension stalls in Senate,
Wikileaks case echoes Pentagon Papers,
Democrats carve exception for NRA to salvage campaign law,
Former mortgage lender accused of fraud,
San Francisco backs posting of cell phone emission levels,
Poland wants NATO to plan an end to Afghan mission,
US identifies vast mineral riches in Afghanistan,
Iraq’s thirst for fresh water grows,
Kyrgyzstan – level of violence alarming,
Obama admin. considers keeping overseas prison,
Surging costs hit food security in poorer nations,
NASA: Easily the hottest Spring, and the hottest Jan-May on record,
Ordinary Gazans hurt most by 3-year blockade.