From the monthly archives:

April 2010

Info on Podcast #128

April 27, 2010

Filmmaker Laura Poitras and Prof. Roberto Rodriguez on apartheid in Arizona. Poitras is producer/director/cinematographer of the new documentary The Oath […]

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Info on Podcast #127

April 22, 2010

Journalists Russ Baker and Robert Dreyfuss. Baker is a veteran magazine journalist who has launched the nonprofit investigative news site, […]

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Info on Podcast #126

April 21, 2010

Habeas Corpus Week. British journalist Andy Worthington returns to focus on 47 cases brought by Guantanamo prisoners using habeus corpus, […]

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Info on Podcast #125

April 16, 2010

Joshua Kors: Shameful treatment of wounded GI’s; Gen. Robert Gard on Obama’s nuclear weapons summit. Kors is a great journalist […]

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Info on Podcast #124

April 15, 2010

Prof. David Coates coaches liberals; John Stauber protests San Francisco’s giveaway of toxic sludge as “compost”. Coates reported from the […]

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Mark Fiore wins Pulitzer prize!!

April 14, 2010

Mark Fiore, the talented political cartoonist whose animations are featured on this home page (just scroll down a bit if […]

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Info on Podcast #123

April 12, 2010

Jason Leopold: BushCo knew most Gitmo prisoners were innocent; Prof. John Laprise: Pres. Ford OK’d wiretaps, break-ins. Leopold is Deputy […]

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Info on Podcast #122

April 8, 2010

Stephen Kohn, attorney and executive director of National Whistleblowers Center talks about Senate bill 372, which purports to strengthen protections […]

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PBC on Thom Hartmann Program Friday 4/9

April 8, 2010

Your humble host will be subbing for Thom on Friday April 9. It’s noon-3pm EDT, 9-noon PDT. Hope you will […]

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Info on Podcast #121

April 6, 2010

Stephen Zunes on Dems’ denial of Armenian genocide; Dahr Jamail on Iraq. Zunes is Professor of Politics and Chair of […]

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