While PBC’s Away, Catch Up on Recent Great Interviews

by Peter B. Collins on September 7, 2014

Massive money in politics: John Nichols & Bob McChesney on “Dollarocracy” Click here.

The real story of John Walker Lindh: Frank Lindh Click here

Why doesn’t NSA know what Snowden copied? Bill Binney and Russell Tice. Click here

Pallin’ around with Obama: Bill Ayers Click here

America’s growing police state: Beau Hodai Click here

Israel’s big lie about murdered teens: Max Blumenthal Click here

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Pando reporter Yasha Levine, whose roots are in Ukraine, just returned from a month on the border with Russia. He provides candid comments on the situation, cutting through layers of propaganda.

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As Crucial Vote Nears on Amendment to Fix Campaign Funding, Law Professor Tim Kuhner and Public Citizen’s Jonah Minkoff Zern Urge Action

August 29, 2014

Free Preview Clip On September 8, the Senate is scheduled to vote on a resolution for a constitutional amendment on campaign finance.  We talk with author and law professor Tim Kuhner, and Jonah Minkoff Zern of Public Citizen…. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Iraq Expert Dahr Jamail Expects Drawn-Out Struggle for Iraq, Syria

August 25, 2014

Free Preview Clip Dahr Jamail, now a staff reporter at Truthout, covered the invasion and occupation of Iraq and now believes the US is the biggest obstacle to ending the wars in Iraq and Syria. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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NYU Prof. Mark Crispin Miller Introduces “The Forbidden Bookshelf”

August 20, 2014

Free Preview Clip Activist, author, professor and book lover Mark Crispin Miller returns to invite you to connect with important books on his new Forbidden Bookshelf. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Harvard Law Prof. Larry Lessig on Mayday Project to Elect People to Fix Corrupt Campaign Funding

August 13, 2014

Free Preview Clip Professor Lawrence Lessig of Harvard Law talks about his Mayday project, using a SuperPAC to elect candidates who will work for real campaign finance reform. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Middle East Expert Mohammed Ayoob Talks About Iraq, Gaza, and the Impacts of the Arab Spring

August 8, 2014

Free Preview Clip Michigan State’s Prof. Mohammed Ayoob comments on Obama’s military action in Iraq, the renewed fighting in Gaza, and his new book, Will the Middle East Implode? Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Blockbuster Exclusive: Investigative Reporter Beau Hodai Reveals Much About “Stingray” Surveillance

August 6, 2014

Free Preview Clip Investigative journalist Beau Hodai returns to share his detailed report on “Stingray” cell site simulators that scoop up call data on thousands of innocent Americans, and are used in ways that appear to violate the Constitution and deceive judges, prosecutors and defendants.   Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Prof. Juan Cole Analyzes Israel-Gaza War, and Talks About His Book, “The New Arabs”

August 1, 2014

Free Preview Clip Professor Juan Cole of the University of Michigan, respected Middle East commentator, goes in-depth on the Israeli war on Hamas, and talks about his fascinating new book, The New Arabs: How the Millenial Generation is Changing the Middle East. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Journalist Jason Leopold Talks About CIA Torture “Review” and Brennan’s False Statements

July 31, 2014

Free Preview Clip Jason Leopold, an independent investigative reporter who freelances for al Jazeera and Vice, updates us on the Senate report about CIA rendition, torture and detention and the news that CIA Director Brennan’s fiery comments in March, denying that  CIA improperly spied on Senate staffers, were false. Podcast: Play in new window | […]

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