TDB Daily Reading List 4th July 2024 – Best NZ Left, Independent and Progressive Politics opinion daily reading list

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Best NZ Left, Independent and Progressive Political opinion daily reading list

Because so much of the mainstream media is polluted by right wing free market ideologues pushing corporate interests:

TDB daily collates the best NZ Left Wing, Independent and Progressive Political Opinion and includes the best international voices.

Unlike Victoria University’s The Democracy Project, this will never be behind a Paywall. We promise not to link to Democracy Project.

DOMESTIC:

Against the Current – Jill Stein: Biden and Trump are zombie candidates 

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Gavin Ellis – Biden cannot rise from the ashes after debate’s funeral rite

No Right Turn – Nobody wants to run a boot camp

Gordon Campbell on saving journalists, not an industry that routinely exploits them

Waatea – Fuel tax cut leaves super city powerless

The Kaka – Employee confidence collapses past covid lows after Budget

RNZ – Government wants to ‘flood the market’ to make houses more affordable – how will that work?

The Daily Blog – TVNZ is doomed – what does the Left do about that?

The Daily Blog – Even Military running boot camps know they won’t work

The Daily Blog – Supreme Court makes Nixon’s corpse dance: The President IS a King – America’s Midnight inches closer

The Daily Blog – Government change ‘fast track’ name and hopes you are too dumb to notice

The Daily Blog – Waatea News Column: The bewildering irony of Boot Camps after Royal Inquiry into State abuse

INTERNATIONAL:

The Guardian – Governors admit worries but rally behind Biden after meeting: ‘We have his back’

Haaretz – Netanyahu’s Nightmare: The IDF and the Biden Administration Ganging Up Against Him

Caitlin Johnston – “Gaza Is Complicated!” No It Isn’t. Grow Up.

The Washington Post – Biden and aides concede he needs to quickly demonstrate his fitness for office

Jacobin – A National Tenants Bill of Rights Would Give Power to Renters

Crikey – Labor’s outdated rules come back to bite in Payman saga

The Intercept – WHETHER IT’S BIDEN OR SOMEONE ELSE, GAZA REMAINS TOP PRIORITY FOR “UNCOMMITTED” VOTERS

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