From the monthly archives:

September 2009

Info on Podcast #43

September 29, 2009

One on one with Prof. David Ray Griffin, focusing on the two most recent of his 35 books: The Mysterious […]

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Info on Podcast #42

September 28, 2009

PDA Special Report. Here’s a special dispatch from the western conference of Progressive Democrats of America, www.pdamerica.org.  Activists from CA, […]

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Info on Podcast #41

September 26, 2009

Journalist Reese Erlich, just back from Afghanistan, and analyst Conn Hallinan talk about the so-called “good war”. And filmmaker Joe […]

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Info on Podcast #40

September 26, 2009

Sibel Edmonds ungagged! In this exclusive one on one interview,  Sibel tells the story of her hiring at the FBI, […]

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Info on Podcast #39

September 24, 2009

Melanie Sloan of CREW reveals the 15 Most Corrupt elected officials in Washington, DC; then Harper’s writer Gideon Lewis-Kraus takes […]

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Info on Podcast #38

September 24, 2009

David Cay Johnston comments on Wall street bailouts and weak prospects for new regulation;  Prof. Joshua Clover details plans by […]

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South Carolina: Too Big to Be an Asylum?

September 22, 2009

Richard Rapaport Throughout its history, South Carolina has been America’s agent provocateur, a political troublemaker out of scale with its […]

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Info on Podcast #37

September 17, 2009

Jeff Halper on Israel/Palestinian conflict, Dr. Margaret Flowers on health care reform, and Gary Chew reviews The Informant.  Halper is […]

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Info on Podcast #36

September 15, 2009

Just back from Afghanistan, Norman Solomon reports on the tense scene in Kabul, fraud in the recent election, and the […]

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Info on Podcast #35

September 15, 2009

Investigative reporter Peter Lance, former ABC correspondent and author of “Triple Cross”, tells why prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald tried to block […]

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