Liz Wahl

Adventures in Fiji

There's now a direct flight from Guam to Fiji. KSPN2 went on the inaugural flight. Liz Wahl Reports There's now a direct flight from Guam to Fiji. KSPN2 went on the inaugural flight. Liz Wahl Reports on day 1 of our coverage of the food, culture, sights, and sounds of Fiji! Length: 00:02:57

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WikiLeaks vs Strafor: Who is to blame?

The whistleblowing website Wikileaks has started releasing over 5 million emails from Statfor, a pri The whistleblowing website Wikileaks has started releasing over 5 million emails from Statfor, a private intelligence-gathering firm based in Texas with clients ranging from corporations to government agencies. Wikileaks reportedly obtained the emails from the hacktivist group Anonymous. While there hasn't been anything particularly groundbreaking released yet, the documents do reveal several huge corporations working with the intelligence firm. Regardless of what details come out of the emails, they do reveal yet another layer of something we bring much attention to at RT: The massive and profitable military industrial complex. Charlie McGrath of WideawakeNews.com joins RT's Liz Wahl to talk more about this. Like us and/or follow us: twitter.com www.facebook.com Length: 00:04:51

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Budget Protest at the CNMI Legislature

CNMI citizens unite at the legislature to protest against the budget bill...which they say puts the CNMI citizens unite at the legislature to protest against the budget bill...which they say puts the interest of lawmakers before the public. KSPN's Liz Wahl Reports. Length: 00:02:55

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Iraq war veteran: 'US Government doesn't care about poor working people'

A recent investigation revealed that tax-payer who backed mortage company Freddie Mac was betting bi A recent investigation revealed that tax-payer who backed mortage company Freddie Mac was betting billions of dollars on securities that profited when homeowners were denied refinancing. American war veterans are among those who are suffering are some and Michael Prysner. The former Iraq-war veteran joined RT's Liz Wahl to share his view on the matter. Follow Liz on Twitter at twitter.com Length: 00:05:02

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Monsanto's history marred by scandal

The Monsanto corporation makes their money by producing man-made crops, but the company behind some The Monsanto corporation makes their money by producing man-made crops, but the company behind some controversial GMOs isn't spared from scandals. RT's Abby Martin discusses with liz wahl monsanto's sordid past and their often untold history with America's agriculture business. Length: 00:06:09

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Fracking plan for America

More controversy this week surrounding the practice of fracking. The US Department of Agriculturehas More controversy this week surrounding the practice of fracking. The US Department of Agriculturehas dropped the plan to require an extensive environmental review before handing mortages to people that plan to use the land for oil and gas drilling. This has outraged opponents of hydraulic fracturing, who say it eases up rules on the drilling method. To talk more about this Greg Palast, an author and investigative journalist, joins RT's Liz Wahl. Like us and/or follow us: twitter.com www.facebook.com Length: 00:07:57

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Overweight and poverty in America go hand in hand

Everyone knows about the military industrial complex, but there is another system making money out o Everyone knows about the military industrial complex, but there is another system making money out of harming average Americans. Some reffer it to as "obesity industrial complex." So, while the health and well-being of Americans suffers, who is benefiting? For more on the fattening of America and the fat cats behind Raj Patel of the Institute for food and development policy joins RT's Liz Wahl. Follow Liz on Twitter at twitter.com Length: 00:03:33

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Colorado massacre: total surveillance didn't work?

A massacre at a Colorado movie theater leaves 12 dead and dozens more wounded, and authorities have A massacre at a Colorado movie theater leaves 12 dead and dozens more wounded, and authorities have countless questions over what exactly happened and what the shooter's motives were. In a nation surrounded by surveillance, RT questions if all of this security really makes Americans any safer. To discuss this tragedy, RT's Liz Wahl is joined by Brian Doherty of Reason Magazine. Mr. Doherty is also the author of the book "Gun Control on Trial." Like us and/or follow us: twitter.com www.facebook.com Length: 00:08:50

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BANKERS VS AMERICAN PEOPLE: The inequality of America's new REALITY- too big to fail!

The inequality gap is widening in the US and in some areas this reality is becoming more apparent. T The inequality gap is widening in the US and in some areas this reality is becoming more apparent. The state of Connecticut is one such example. Robert Johnson, executive director of the Institute for New economic Thinking, joins RT's Liz Wahl to talk more about the ribbon of inequality in the US. TAGS: Tsiyonuttimes 2012 trend trendy gold silver bullion America US USA United States Robert Johnson Liz Wahl economy money budget rich poor haves have nots poverty luxury capitalism exploitation food stamps hedge-flood wall street bankers unfairness dismantling american dream CEO stock market growth management board corporate government legislators politics healthcare military congress bankruptcy Length: 00:06:14

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