From the monthly archives:

March 2009

For Now, "That's All, Folks"

March 22, 2009

Friday’s final broadcast was bittersweet–great guests like Bob Dreyfuss, Bruce Fein, Rev. Robin Meyers sipping wine with us in studio, plus regulars Bob Parry Brad Friedman and more. Thanks to all for helping us wrap things up for this phase of PBC on the radio.  Be sure to email me so we can alert you […]

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3-20-09

March 20, 2009

Robert Parry: founder of ConsortiumNews.com.  His new book is called “Neck Deep: The Disastrous Presidency of George W. Bush”. John Stauber: founded the non-profit, non-partisan Center for Media & Democracy and its news magazine PR Watch in 1993 in Madison, Wisconsin. Cliff Schecter: political commentator and journalist. His blog is called The Political Carnival. His […]

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3-19-09

March 19, 2009

Faiz Shakir: Research Director at The Center for American Progress and serves as Editor-in-Chief of ThinkProgress.org. Paul Waldman: author of four books on media and politics. His latest is called “Free Ride: John McCain and the Media”. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and is a Senior Fellow and Director of Special […]

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3-18-09

March 19, 2009

Karl Frisch: serves as director of media relations at Media Matters for America, a not-for-profit, progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting alleged conservative misinformation in the U.S. media. Matt Renner: editor of Truthout.org Harvey Wasserman: Free Press Senior Editor. Wasserman is a “Superpower of Peace” columnist and author of […]

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Thanks for all the Pledges!!

March 18, 2009

Activist listeners rallied to try to save the PBC Show, and I’m gratified by more than 200 people from all over the world (including Japan, Costa Rica and Hawaii) who emailed to pledge an average of $10 a month to support the program. While this isn’t enough to reverse course, most of those who pledged […]

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3-17-09

March 17, 2009

Lt. Gov John Garamendi: 46th Lieutenant Governor of California. He brings to the office 32 years of public service. Chris Toensing:is editor of Middle East Report and director of the Middle East Research and Information Project. Roger Nygard: has directed, produced, written, and edited for film and television.  In television, Nygard has directed and edited […]

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3-16-09

March 17, 2009

Ari Melber: is The Nation’s Net movement correspondent and a writer for the magazine’s blog. Article archive and contact information available at www.arimelber.com. David Cobb: an American activist and was the 2004 presidential candidate of the Green Party of the United States (GPUS). William Black: Associate Professor of Economics and Law, University of Missouri – […]

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I made a tough decision….

March 14, 2009

On Friday, I delivered the news of my decision to end the daily broadcasts of the PBC Show. Our last live broadcast will be Friday, March 20, which will replay on some stations through March 22. Since we started on KRXA in 2005, I’ve been covering the costs of producing the show and delivering it […]

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3-13-09

March 13, 2009

Robert Parry: founder of ConsortiumNews.com.  His new book is called “Neck Deep: The Disastrous Presidency of George W. Bush”. Jason Leopold: investigative journalist. He writes for the online publication The Public Record. Sid Ganis: is an American motion picture executive and producer.  On August 23, 2005 he was elected President of the Academy of Motion […]

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3-12-09

March 12, 2009

Faiz Shakir: Research Director at The Center for American Progress and serves as Editor-in-Chief of ThinkProgress.org. Michael Ratner: is an attorney, adjunct professor of law at Columbia University Law School, and president of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), a non-profit human rights litigation organization based in New York, New York. Scott Dick: regular contributor […]

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