The news that didn’t make the mainstream news headlines of 2013.
The news that didn’t make the widely publicized mainstream media headlines of 2013 my number 1 and two of 2012-2013 are as follows.
Number 1 on the list is “FUKUSHIMA” The nuclear disaster that has been successfully radiating the entire globe since the 2011 tsunami that ravaged the Fukushima prefecture
Number 2 The National Defense Authorization act or the (NDAA) The United States law that unconstitutionally gives the United States the right to indefinitely detain American Citizen’s in detention Fema camps and or prison gulags without trial or notification to family of the rendition kidnapping detention
The top 25 censored stories from 2012-2013
Project Censored's Most Under-Reported Stories of 2013
Many under-reported stories are popularized by Project Censored. Walter Cronkite said "Project Censored is one of the organizations that we should listen to," in order to check on the ethics of other news sources.
Their director is Mickey Huff, professor of social science and history at Diablo Valley College near San Francisco. He also works with members of the American Library Association planning Banned Books Week. He has been interviewed by ABC, PBS, NPR, Russia Today and some of the world's largest media sources.
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