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Russell-Mokhiber

Russell Mokhiber

Russell Mokhiber is editor of the Washington, D.C.-based Corporate Crime Reporter. He is also founder of singlepayeraction.org, and editor of the website Morgan County USA.

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Corporate Crime Woke Corporatism and the Rise of Law and Order Politics

We need a headline that reads – “In a Setback to Woke Corporatism, Congressional Campaigns Shift to Law and Order for Corporate Criminals.”

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Democrats Have Taken Medicare for All Off the Table—and It's a Shame

"Nobody in Congress can be counted on to stand with what the people need as opposed to caving to the demands of party leadership," warns veteran single-payer activist Amy Scheetz.

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NPR and the Corporate Criminal Element

Suffice it to say that the corporate criminal element has infused NPR with millions of dollars of donations.

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Corporate Crime at the New York Times and Washington Post

How much would it cost to put that item on the agenda?

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Trump, Biden and a Possible October Single-Payer Surprise

Will Trump pull the single-payer card?

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NPR Mara Liasson Mandatory Medicare for All and the Ramped Up Attack on Single Payer

Leaders of the single payer movement were taken aback by the use of the term and did not know where it came from.

Russell Mokhiber ·


West Virginia Legislation Would Make Civil Disobedience Against Gas Pipelines a Felony

"West Virginians value their rights to free speech and free association as granted to us under the Constitution. We will not stand for the legislature taking these rights away."

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Disease of Contempt: When Will the PBS Public Editor Pick Up the Phone?

For too long, PBS has been afflicted by a disease of contempt for its viewers. Corporate sponsors come first.

Russell Mokhiber ·

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