All posts by "Raul Diego"

Founder & Editor of Deep City Chronicles, in pursuit of his passion as a writer, photojournalist and documentary filmmaker after too many years in the world of advertising and graphic design.

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Propaganda is at fever pitch and it's just a matter of time until America's foreign bellicosity comes home

"Latin America" is a made-up place with no actual location or cultural reality, and should be retired from our vocabulary

How a 4-part docu-series exploring the links between drug cartels south of the border and the pinnacle of power in America came to be

Is Social Media Leading Humanity Down a Point of No Return? The Case Against Big Data's AI Take Over of Society

With the country hopelessly entranced by the 24/7 tabloid news cycle, Donald Trump does the bidding of transnational corporations and their lawyers, as point man for the globalist investment trade regime and its war against sovereign nations

Colin Kaepernick has just betrayed everything he ostensibly stood (or knelt) for by signing on to be the face of Nike’s recurring “Just Do It” campaign

Dade County approved BRT for South Dade over the Metrorail extension people want and need, continuing to avail themselves of problems they created to perpetuate the cycle of entrenched power and pushing dubious transit projects.
Alex Jones

The De-Platforming of Alex Jones, Gary Webb’s Revenge and the Last Gasps of the Fourth Estate

The Netflix phenomenon is taking on the Mexican drug war with Narcos:Mexico. But, is the real story dead on arrival?
American Dream

Miami's leadership is fond of dishing out platitudes as they continue to eviscerate our transit system. But, is anyone buying it?

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