Posts Tagged ‘Police Brutality’

Episode 265 with Rania Khalek and Julianna Forlano

Episode 265 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have independent journalist Rania Khalek back on the show to discuss some of the latest cases of police brutality, and how officers involved have faced little to no consequences.

We also have comedian and satirist Julianna Forlano back on the show to discuss two potentially dangerous fracking pipelines that are coming to New York City.

We’ll also discuss the launching of live video on our YouTube channel.

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10 2013

The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 140 with John Knefel and David Waldman

Episode 140 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have journalist and radio host John Knefel here to discuss how the NYPD most likely broke international law in suppressing the Occupy protests.

We also have David Waldman from Daily Kos and Kagro In The Morning back on the show to discuss Mitt Romney’s plan to raise taxes on the middle class.

We’ll also discuss Green Party Presidential nominee Jill Stein getting arrested while Occupying Fannie Mae, police claiming a handcuffed man shot himself in the head, the tasing of a 12 year old girl, and Congressman Mike Kelly comparing birth control to Pearl Harbor and 9-11.

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08 2012

The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 114 with Joan McCarter and Larry Siems

Episode 114 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have Joan McCarter from Daily Kos back on the show to give us an update on the internet privacy shredding bill CISPA and the ongoing threats from Republicans and Democrats to the social safety net.

We also have author Larry Siems here to discuss his important new book The Torture Report: What The Documents Say About America’s Post 9/11 Torture Program.

We’ll also discuss how the mainstream media is underplaying the May Day protests, an appeals court ruling John Yoo can’t be sued for torture, and the President of the University of California telling students, faculty, and staff to “Avoid All Protests.

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05 2012

The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 101 with Jamie Kilstein and Zach Roberts

Episode 101 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have comedian and co-host of Citizen Radio Jamie Kilstein back on the show to discuss how progressives can best make their voices heard in the 2012 election.

We also have photo and video journalist Zach Roberts back on the show to discuss his being beaten by the NYPD at Occupy Wall Street’s M17 event.

We’ll also discuss the horrible Trayvon Martin case and Michael Bloomberg’s disgusting response to police brutality.

Plus, we have exclusive audio of a new NYPD recruiting ad.

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03 2012