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our mental business ends up polluting a river that causes cancer and other illnesses they put all the health risk all the dangers out to the american public those are stories that we tell every we can you know want their work in. our culture is awash in lives dominated by streams of never ending electronic hallucinations that lurk fiction until they are indistinguishable we have become the most deluded society on politics as a species of endless and needless political theater politicians have morphed into celebrity are two ruling parties are in reality one party to corporate and those who attempt to puncture this vast breathless universe of fake news to sign the push through the cruelty and exploitation to me a little more up for so far to the margins of society including by
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a public broadcasting system that has sold its soul for corporate money that we might as well be mice squeaking against an avalanche but squeak we must. follow your street looks like a real bitch this would be analyzed to the bottom. with like you i got. the please. please please. please fix. earlier today president obama said i don't know you showed a little thing that a responsible choice new cable and there is always hope. that's what good songs i
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think it was always better explain something you want to hear something else do you know. if you want to. as an instructor has used a social media site or you are always on the story goes it's garbage in real. testing in the way that testing is being used is a really big part of the problem because it has actually now roll them for children no longer are children getting a broad rich curriculum they're being taught what's on the test because the test scores matter so much test scores are life and death for a school the school can be closed down that business can be shut down if the test scores don't come out right so schools do all kinds of things to game the system including manipulating there in
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a moment. here. everything was just purchased and handed to us and the first grade team there are three classrooms one person. would write the lessons for all three classrooms so that we were all. doing the same thing at the same time the day was to the minute scheduled because it ministers wanted to know exactly like if they walked into our room what they would be observing at that point. they're all tried to be model and these acts same way like you would a business like you would a. not to fully equate to a restaurant chain right now that's a comes to mind. same roles same procedures same policies across the board.
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that's why it starts to feel. corporate unlike a business. called police. do not want. to turn to some of the worst schools in the fall they should. have to. run some street policing. i really worry about the kind of child that becomes an adult after years in this kind of environment so if you survive being in compliance being all kind of adult will you become well you become an adult who would question when something is going wrong i would become adults who just comply.
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school reform should be about uplifting an entire group of people but yet in ten years you could not produce an elevated populace. your model has failed. and the evidence is the fifty two percent black male unemployment rate the evidence is the thirty nine percent child poverty rate in the evidence is the twenty six thousand young people between the ages of sixteen and twenty four who are not working who are not in school.
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i am. rounds like mad and change our fundamental institutions without empathy it's not tomorrow our people come and take their public education system try are all the teachers and give away the schools to private. no not. live in a look now as if they are dispersed by disaster and prevented from returning property given to private developers and the same thing in health care. and then government cancel a lot of anti-discrimination laws to cancel a lot of the union laws that cancel a lot of prevailing wage laws by after katrina so that workers who desperately need it they can also be exploited by the us. and those decisions were not made in an election decisions were made as
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a result disaster those decisions were made and. exams so if they were made. to mix in your writings why can't you like this just open up
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a little. relieve budget which we want to model. before. that we as well try to get out. so we set out. to. sit on it. you know this. city you know to joust all but a. couple more a day in. mosul we do more we. can actually yeah. you can we can we don't like. it don't matter. they now really. just do just one thing. so you never know when you go into some sort of liking to see them. is such a i mean calls they make you know when a call for it is a one call
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a certain time is not a call it depends on the job because you know certain jobs don't certain times like the job to do. six o'clock so we set up like me. we set up about another. school and. to see something so often that you know different times you got to get to a point. in the day to get up and i. can't come the day to get up and by that she. kind of had to make gotta get up. every day to get us to you know fill. in the you know. why did you know when you made me. think this is what out me to do you. know you didn't see right forty seven.
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at seven o. seven hours it would force them. how much to do is. go to sell. orders eat. at the border be. ordered or a chance seven is fit six right through as a taser and take it now. you know the guy added to the. dad slavery. a woman on a back. you know because you know when you had to go into a temp service as a slave master woman you back out you know sim you know. seven dollars.
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when a slave master you took on the morrow and a certain time a master now and then took my money so gave me a son. and then. we select is out of the new come over you would. you know it is the saying dang. blacks you know it's a temp service. you go to any pick the best man man they pick cinema. he peered into money or no money at all. i mean was different the name has changed but the game's in the saying. is. you know who's king them for the pope this campaign what kind of damn campaign is did we find that . the people making seven out of a bank in there was making two thousand down and that was the c.d.c.
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this is two thousand and sixteen and all we made for. dallin something to say and we now must be. these campaign that would change. the. believe if. the. this is really your group's recent. capital of. the. capital than any country. during rate is nearly five times your. team times true with. the current of prisons our very profitable business saving one hundred million dollars industry.
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people. if i. like how much. i love to go back out the street it is hard hard hard shot sarmiento what i need to do and when i get a job i'm not getting paid enough. but that her hot shower yelled i need to feed my kids you want to know there was a right to stand so make it possible for me to do so right. out on the street so. using your help knowing. i mean if you put me despite that it is because you want me back on the street and you tell me they not reform. let well me you ain't got nothing will go well you know i will see you soon in a couple weeks. it's enough and not enough. you know.
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anything though seen you to do. let me define it so you go in meg down was a bore you can you point is the hamburger and you get outside and decide you want to pickles an onion as own a hamburger and you've discovered it but you don't do it interest game you might be walking you discovered on the street you go to deal for the people who have went to jail for the. death while we got to hasn't cause a race in ringworld because of things they made. in having a housing close race race everybody knew only got some kind of conviction so now you came full you came to jab the king in a house all those days it doesn't go away you would take for life.
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rejected tonight is a comedy news show that not defect by the corporate media. which you go after the corporations to destroy your life profit over people at every turn. redact it's not for me it's like medicine it's like a cancer to all the stress that the news puts you under redacted tonight is a show where you can go to cry from laughing about the stuff that's going on in the world as opposed to just regular crying we're going to find out what the corporate mainstream media is not telling you about how we're going to filter it through some satirical comedic lenses to make it more digestible that's what we do every week hard hitting radical comedy news like redacted tonight is where attack. in case you're new to the game this is how it works not the economy is built around
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quite. racial separation from washington to washington controls the media the media over voters elected the businessman to run this country business equals power who must it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been done before . len all the world's a stage and all the news companies merely players but what kind of parties aren t. america r t america offers more arty america first lead in many ways the us lenski just like the real news big news good actors bad actors and in the end you could never you're on. the market all the world all the world's
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all the world's a stage we are definitely a player. at least so what it may bring to our lives we must have a nominee and our people that have their way are not. cut . live. led. led
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now we're looking for the love from those of you concerned on the other communities are looking to reinvent themselves or to vision themselves in the future. so the world's became a laboratory for innovation entrepreneurship and change and new thinking which attracted a whole new generation of individuals and capital but also local leaders emerging so the world is it in a way is a startup city where we're ten years since katrina we're rebuilding not what we were what we share then but also reimagining what is a great american city and making sure we grow the city for everybody but also preserving our great culture.
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wow dad my folks are from the wall and i'm happy that they will cultured rich and i'm glad that they passed on every bit of it but i'm thankful because my city feeds me this culture and grew up in our own any you know i don't just dance because i've seen a dance on soul train no doubt was a while i was dancing i dance because that's in the days at the second i was assigned and the gas was crisscrossing the fenians been going around and ridge doing a jab you know markets and it got an up and having a good time but that's lad days you know and some people in a world as wild reasons but in
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a wall as we dance the dance of death spirit we now have bangor to pray but on. that's such a chore feel free spirit for and love and joy carnival with you katie. this is fashion. i don't think we've been doing they we've got the most ellison's now we had louis before that we're a city the birthplace of jazz and we are about one hundred percent of the culture of the jazz music so we've been producing as old as ten but i would've mecum deafened do straight in the musicians why don't we invest in america great
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musicians why don't we invest in the navy was where they come from. the respect for the go how long do we expect to mardi gras indians and second man is a brass band if they keep we have a noise ordinance telling little boys and little girls we have seen their causes friends uncles grandmothers and grandfathers play nice veins that dk to come outside and brought it home. because they're disturbed somebody who come from wyoming some down where their lives here in the waltons we're going to lose our culture we're going to lose what made the culture young i'm in and young people burn only the corners anyone who are just trying to play a one second and. we gonna loose and gonna lose them within the next hundred years we've been off the mall. what we don't believe and what we're telling the people around the world to come see and as a government we don't believe in it all sales it's all it's invested. we only want
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to use those people in the waltons as a shield as to pete dana captures it's less it captures the audience they have no other use for us. at a desk like saying at the gate that you come on in for fall but i'll collect all the money in the tickets and then we found fulfillment a guy that gave us gone. we still hold. still for a musical spirit to play music because we love to still play music because that's all we know how to do.
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this tell a lot of blankness and. again we bring it back from so. x. . one hundred thirty seven years ago we were in the cotton fields we will who were in the land strictly by hand and even called the mean. well was well in the big
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house down and east as not until it was simply dead way and remains as such because we simply got out of the. scene we've allowed them to rearrange our pain and taught us to trust our enemy in the bank. as recollect a blackness or understand in the blues being black. she to blues of being black should mandate that we attack knowing how and when to do become a symbol it is national it be blank. it's black and blue.
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you know but. it is written life. is a movie that women in. it is really life is really a movie. and when i heard that. in. a similar it is a movie in the best act this get paid. the best ag is survived. so he's to some movie and we only acting. as we just gotten movies. because i don't see as when in this movie. in the movies the bad guy has always dad and we seen by with good people. and we had them as good people so. it seems as we're.
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going to see souls.
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politicians to do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you're one of the first punch. more so more want to. have to do it to be closer as it was before three of them or can't believe that.
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i've understood always in the waters in the house. there should be more. about your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself and taken your last to turn. out to cut up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry but only i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath. but then my feeling started to change you talked about war like it was again still some more fun to feel those that didn't like to question our ark and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with death this one difference i speak to now because there were no other takers. to claim that
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mainstream media has met its maker. i think the average viewer just after watching a couple segments understands that we're telling stories that our critics can't tell and you know why because their advertisers won't let them. in order to create change you have to be artist you have to tell the truth parties able to do that every story is built on going after the back story to what's really happening out there to the american public what's happening when a corporation makes a pharmaceutical victuals people. when a company in the environmental business ends up polluting a river that causes cancer and other illnesses they put all the health risk all the dangers out to the american public those are stories that we tell every week and
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