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by Chris Fisher · · · · 11 subscribers

We're living in historic times. Don't waste it on TV. Unplug from the distractions and propaganda, and unfilter your life! Learn the story behind the stories, and bust media propaganda.

The NSA admits they’ve been intercepting US communications, the situation in Ukraine is getting very tense, and we’ll update you on many other topics on this unplugged edition of Unfilter!
We update you on several big stories we’ve been following this week in this causal supporter show style edition of Unfilter. Plus our thoughts on Mozilla’s CEO stepping down, XP coming to an end, and more!
Obama is now promising reforms to how the NSA collects phone records, but are the changes as comprehensive as we are being led to believe? We’ll cover some of the big gaps still being left open for the NSA to exploit.
Putin’s next move is revealed, showing once again he’s two steps ahead of Obama and the world. But what is his end-game, how far will the US go, and are we witnessing the launch of the next cold war?
After five years the Senate’s investigation into the Central Intelligence Agencies torture programs has bursted into the light when a massive fight between top Senate officials and the CIA went public in a big way.
All sides are engaged in media fueled war of propaganda to hide the real reasons for the conflict, we’ll follow the money, and break it down.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Monday proposed shrinking the Army to its smallest size in 74 years, closing bases and reshaping forces to confront future threats like cyberwarfare.
After three months building pressure the Ukraine is exploding this week, as anti-government protests turn more and more violent. Now the United States and Russia find themselves in a pissing match over who is more just to influence the revolution.
Two topics we’ve been closing following on the Unfilter show, Drone assassinations, and the NSA surveillance programs have intersected this week. We’ll give you the details on how Obama uses the NSA Metadata collection to kill people with drones.
The Winter Propaganda Games are in full force, ramping up before the actual games begin and the media working in hand with egomaniac politicians would have you believe the Olympics are taking place in the middle of a war zone.
President Obama has outlined his so called reforms of America’s controversial surveillance tactics. But as expected the reforms are light on real change, and leave many of the worst policies in place and unabated. We’ll dig into the most egregious.
A major blow was dealt to Net Neutrality when the court struck down the ruling preventing ISPs from abusing their monopolies and prioritizing some traffic over others. However, things might not be as bad as it sounds, we’ll dig in.
On January 1st 2014 recreational cannabis stores open their doors in Colorado, and sparked interest around the world. We’ll check in on the first few days of making history.
On Monday a secret program authorized by a secret court was, when exposed to the light of day, found to violate American’s rights.
The NSA Spying Scandal is Costing U.S. Tech Giants Billions, and until this week they’ve remained nearly silent, and politely complicent.
Dianne Feinstein and Mike Rogers the supposed chief overseers of the the US intelligence war machine held a joint interview over the weekend that gives us new insights into the rampant paranoia and circular logic that dominates their thinking.
50 years ago this week John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated. Creating one of America’s most famous conspiracies, and for good reasons.
A Pivotal section of the Trans-Pacific Partnership has been revealed by Wikileaks, today. Shrouded in secrecy from the beginning some say the TPP would threaten access to information, the Internet, and cultural works.
Edward Snowden steps back into the international dialog, and commits to going on record. We’ll share the details.