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Friday, December 9, 2016

Smoke

Back in the 1990s, Alexander Cockburn and I coined a term for how the mainstream press goes about disclosing acts of government villainy that the newspapers had previously connived with or worked to conceal, and often both. We called this technique the “uncover-up.”-- JSC

This is important, be sure to check out the links in the story, including this one.

No folks, it wasn't just the Midwest Deplorables who pushed Herr Trump into power.

The University of Oregon prof referenced in this story by St. Clair is the founder of this magazine and website.

Good reason to be smeared in the land of the free?  Only if you are of a certain political persuasion.


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