In the newest episode of “Redacted Tonight,” host Lee Camp talks about about white privilege, oil-funded climate change deniers being outed, and leaked emails from weapons contractors. Watch for yourselves.
Earlier this year, Republican Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey signed a law that would allow for fast-tracking the privatization of many public water systems in New Jersey. The bill removed the public vote requirement to sell water systems throughout the state under “emergency conditions” that many of New Jersey’s…
This is worth a watch.
Comedian Lee Camp asks a good question: “Who is this economic recover really benefiting?”
Comedian/writer/actor/satirist/all around great guy Lee Camp is back with another Moment of Clarity, and this time he’s talking about the legions of Americans who can’t think for themselves and are stuck “inside the box.” On a related sidenote, Lee’s got a new book out titled Moment of Clarity. The book…
Today marks the anniversary of the Occupy movement. To mark the occasion, comedian and satirist (not to mention all around great guy) Lee Camp is out with a new Moment of Clarity explaining why the anniversary of the Occupy movement matters.
From the folks at Qualified Laughter (Negin Farsad (@NeginFarsad), Lee Camp (@LeeCamp), Justin Krebs, and Katie Halper) comes this satirical video about the 2012 Republican National Convention, featuring Negin Farsad, Lee Camp, Neil Potter, and Ted Alexandro. **Some language may not be safe for work, depending on where you work**
Comedian (and good friend of Blogging Blue) Lee Camp is discussing Todd Akin, Paul Ryan, and “legitimate rape” in his latest Moment of Clarity. Have a watch.
From comedian (and good friend of the blog) Lee Camp comes his latest Moment of Clarity, titled, “Vaginas, Sea Level, And The Banning Of Reality.”
I’ve long been a fan of writer/activist/comedian Lee Camp’s “Moment of Clarity” series on YouTube, and though it’s not safe for work, Lee’s recent MoC breaking down 15 critical facts you’re likely not hearing about from the mainstream media in our country is worth watching.