From Project Censored, which annually documents the top 25 censored or underreported news stories, and sponsors a Media Accountability Conference each year at Sonoma State University, comes this new list of censored stories for 2007 (titled, Censored 2008).
Which one pisses you off the most?
No Habeas Corpus for “Any Person”
Bush Moves Toward Martial Law
AFRICOM: US Military Control of Africa’s Resources
Frenzy of Increasingly Destructive Trade Agreements
Human Traffic Builds US Embassy in Iraq
Operation FALCON (Federal and Local Cops Organized Nationally) Raids
Behind Blackwater Inc.
KIA: The US Neoliberal Invasion of India
Privatization of America’s Infrastructure
Vulture Funds Threaten Poor Nations’ Debt Relief
The Scam of “Reconstruction” in Afghanistan
Another Massacre in Haiti by UN Troops
Immigrant Roundups to Gain Cheap Labor for US Corporate Giants
Impunity for US War Criminals
Toxic Exposure Can Be Transmitted to Future Generations on a “Second Genetic Code”
No Hard Evidence Connecting Bin Laden to 9/11
Drinking Water Contaminated by Military and Corporations
Mexico’s Stolen Election
People’s Movement Challenges Neoliberal Agenda
Terror Act Against Animal Activists
US Seeks WTO Immunity for Illegal Farm Payments
North Invades Mexico
Feinstein’s Conflict of Interest in Iraq
Media Misquotes Threat From Iran’s President
Who Will Profit from Native Energy?
26. U.S. National Debt Reaches 9.128 Trillion Dollars. Annual Interest Payments Are Third Largest Budget Item and Seven Times Larger than Education Budget