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26 Sep, 2020 06:59

The betrayal of US soldiers, waste on the F-35 project, US war propaganda in Latin America

Lee Camp discusses the many ways that politicians in the US disrespect & cause harm to military personnel and veterans. President Trump was exposed for saying disrespectful things about people who served in the military, but the people criticizing him have been responsible for sending troops into meaningless wars and abandoning them to homelessness and suicide upon return. The F-35 jet program has cost the US at least a trillion dollars and it’s still a blundering waste of resources, Denver is pioneering a program to send social workers and mental health specialists to respond to 911 calls, and more. Naomi Karavani reports on the 4 book publishers and many of the high-profile authors affiliated with them who are suing the Internet Archive for their National Emergency Library program which helped people access more than 1.3 million books during the pandemic. The lawsuit accuses the program of theft. Natalie McGill and Camp look at the US’ right-wing PR firm pushing the propaganda of US Empire in Latin America, the US House report on Boeing 737 crashes, and more.

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