The Majority Report continues to look back at Michael Brooks's career with a 2019 interview featuring Liz Franczak (@liz_franczak) to discuss her essay in the Baffler, “The Century of Spin,” and the origins of neoliberal sociopolitical culture. Liz Franczak recounts the story of Edward Bernays, who “pioneered the field of modern public relations after serving under Woodrow Wilson during World War I, overseeing propaganda initiatives aimed at selling the war to the public and maximizing recruiting efforts.”
Sheriff of Spokane, WA whines about media's pro-Antifa bias, Spongebob memes in 45 minute press conference.
On the fun half: The right tries to pin CA wildfires on Antifa. An organizer from the University of Michigan grad student strike calls in with updates; learn more and donate to their strike fund at geo3550.org. Richie Torres tells pro-Israel lobbying group that DSA is evil because they support BDS, will rot progressive movement from the inside. Democratic Majority for Israel board member says she wishes they could clone Richie Torres. Asked about withholding truth about Covid realities, Trump calls himself cheerleader of the country. Morning Joe says that Bernie Sanders socialism does not play well with Latinos, especially in Florida. Plus, your calls and IMs!
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