From the monthly archives:

July 2009

info on Podcast #20

July 30, 2009

PBC f-bombs California’s “balanced budget”; MSNBC’s Richard Wolffe on Obama, and ACORN founder Wade Rathke on the economy.  WARNING: Strong Language. Your humble host is pretty angry at Schwarzenegger and the GOP for another phony budget deal based on false choices, brutal cuts, and more gimmicks that cut California off at the knees and ensure […]

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info on Podcast #19

July 30, 2009

Mark Klein, the fearless retired A T & T tech who exposed the NSA’s secret splitter room in San Francisco, details the illegal interception of domestic communications, the coverup by most media outlets, and the senators who wouldn’t meet with him or allow him to testify and who worked so hard to legalize the Bush […]

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Info on Podcast #18

July 28, 2009

NSA expert James Bamford talks about illegal domestic wiretapping, the sordid coverup by BushCo and Democrats, the NSA’s huge failures around 9/11, and the Israeli firms with Mossad connections that supply critical equipment for domestic spying.  This is the first installment of “The Boiling Frogs”, a podcast series PBC is co-hosting with Sibel Edmonds, the […]

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info on Podcast #17

July 24, 2009

One on one with filmmaker Andy Abrahams Wilson.  Under Our Skin is a powerful documentary about Lyme disease.  The film documents the cases of people who develop chronic Lyme disease, which leads to serious cognitive and motor losses, and even death.  It shows that the medical establishment denies that chronic Lyme even exists, and that […]

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Info on Podcast #16

July 24, 2009

One on one with Rev. Michael Dowd author of Thank God for Evolution. Michael Dowd is interesting and inspiring.  He evolved from the Assemblies of God to the Baptists to the more progressive United Church of Christ, and was a pastor at churches in Massachusetts, Michigan and Ohio. For 7 years, he has been an […]

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Info on Podcast Show #15

July 22, 2009

Non-profit news sites, Ray McGovern protests at Bush’s new house in Dallas, Rev. Billy runs for NY Mayor. Journalists Robert Parry and Jason Leopold talk about their non-profit, independent news outlets: consortiumnews.com and The Public Record, and Walter Cronkite’s impact on broadcast news and its decline since he retired. Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern offers […]

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info on Podcast Show #13

July 22, 2009

Activist David Swanson joins Peter to talk about a host of progressive issues, Harper’s magazine DC editor Ken Silverstein rates the prospects for passage of the Employee Free Choice Act, and Gary Chew reviews 2 summer movies. Swanson’s new book, due 9/1/09, is “Daybreak: Undoing the Imperial Presidency…” In this podcast, he offers strong views […]

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Info on Podcast #14

July 22, 2009

US Escalation in Afghanistan, the Truth about Cronkite and Vietnam, the voice of a former US detainee and torture victim, and an alert about new interrogation legislation. Norman Solomon, author of War Made Easy and producer of a documentary based on the book, talks about Obama’s escalation in Afghanistan, his plans to visit soon, and […]

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British relief worker detained for 3 years by CIA

July 22, 2009

Listen to this clip! It’s from my conversation with Moazzam Begg, founder cageprisoners.com. Begg, a British relief worker, was detained by the CIA and held for three years in several prisons, including Guantanamo. “Were you tortured?” I asked. “That goes without saying,” he answered.

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Podcasts now available at iTunes!

July 13, 2009

We are pleased to tell you that the PBC podcasts are now available at iTunes!  You may continue to access them here, but for most people, it’s easier to subscribe to the podcast series, and each new show will be automatically downloaded to the iTunes folder on your computer. Click here to subscribe now!

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