From the monthly archives:

August 2010

Ray McGovern on Iraq and AfPak Wars, WikiLeaks, and Goldberg’s Saber Rattling on Iran

August 30, 2010

Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst and longtime contributor to the PBC show, sits for his first Boiling Frogs interview, co-hosted with Sibel Edmonds. Topics include Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, WikiLeaks and Jeffrey Goldberg’s call for war with Iran.

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Tribute to Michael Been

August 27, 2010

Michael Been, lead singer and songwriter of The Call, died unexpectedly on August 19. In this special podcast, PBC remembers his power and passion, along with snippets from Been’s impressive repertoire. At summer’s end, we take a break from news and politics to honor Michael Been.

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The World According to Gordon Duff

August 24, 2010

Gordon Duff, senior editor at Veterans Today, offers a sweeping view of America’s wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the WikiLeaks saga, and the events of 9/11.

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CIA Experimented with LSD on Kids; Will Durst Comments on Mosque Madness

August 23, 2010

Journalist Hank Albarelli returns, with “Marion” who tells how she was forced to take LSD 10 times; comedian/satirist Will Durst comments on the proposed mosque/community center in lower Manhattan.

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Mark Fiore’s Political Cartoons!

August 19, 2010
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Photojournalist Carlos Miller Fights Miami Cops

August 19, 2010

Miami police stifle First Amendment: Boiling Frogs interview with photojournalist Carlos Miller. Co-hosted with Sibel Edmonds.

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Oregon Progressive Senate Candidate Rick Staggenborg plus Will Durst on Rangel and Waters

August 17, 2010

Dr. Rick Staggenborg, progressive candidate for Oregon’s US Senate seat, takes on incumbent Ron Wyden, corporate personhood, much more; Will Durst talks about the ethics dramas of Rep. Charlie Rangel and Rep. Maxine Waters.

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Prof. Andrew Bacevich on “Washington Rules”; Journalist John Gorenfeld on TIME’s Propaganda

August 13, 2010

Prof. Andrew Bacevich of Boston U. on his new book, Washington Rules: America’s Path to Permanent War and John Gorenfeld reveals conflict of interest of TIME’s Kabul bureau chief.

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Rev. Janie Spahr Faces Charges in Presbyterian Church Court

August 11, 2010

Rev. Janie Spahr is a lesbian minister who is facing charges in a church court for performing marriages of same sex couples. She joins us with her church lawyers, Beverly Brewster and Scott Clark.

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Peter Laufer on “Forbidden Creatures”; Will Durst rants on Prop 8 Decision

August 9, 2010

Peter Laufer joins us to talk about his new book, Forbidden Creatures: Inside the World of Animal Smuggling and Exotic Pets. Comedian/satirist Will Durst waxes on the court decision overturning California’s ban on same sex marriage.

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