Truthdig is a website which is critical of the US government - up to a point. It does not, for example, welcome discussion of the events of 9/11.
September 11, 2001
In 2006 Blair Golson, a contributing editor of Truthdig, quoted a piece from Time magazine which was critical of "conspiracy theories" and 5 years after the 9/11 attacks wrote that “I have studiously avoided blogging about “The U.S. government planned 9/11” conspiracy theories because, frankly, they strain credulity* (Editor’s note: I originally had written “…frankly, they’re crap; no government could keep a secret like that from leaking.” But as anything is theoretically possible, I decided to soften my statement); it seems unlikely to the extreme that the government could keep a secret like that from leaking.”  A propaganda technique called the "Big Lie" is worth reflecting upon in this context.
Documents sourced from Truthdig
|Document:The tears of Gaza must be our tears||speech||Gaza||5 August 2010||Chris Hedges|
|Document:Why Isn’t Everyone In Favour of Taxing Financial Speculation?||report||George Osborne|
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2016 London mayoral election
2016 EU Referendum
2016 US presidential election
|19 April 2016||Robert Reich||Bernie Sanders wants to tax stock trades at a rate of 0.5 percent (a trade of $1,000 would cost $5), and bond trades at 0.1 percent. The tax would reduce incentives for high-speed trading, insider deal-making, and short-term financial betting. Sanders’ 0.5 percent tax could thereby finance public investments that enlarge the economic pie rather than merely rearrange its slices – like tuition-free public education.|