Guests: Cliff Schecter, Paul Alexander, Esther Kaplan, Joe Galloway Cliff Schecter: Contributor to The Huffington Post and UK Guardian and writer and editor of Cliff Schecter's Campaign Silo, a breaking news campaign site located at high-traffic blog Firedoglake. Paul Alexander: Political commentator. His new book is called, "The Rise & Fall of Karl Rove". Esther Kaplan: radio and print journalist and a community activist. Joe Galloway: American newspaper correspondent and columnist. He is presently a columnist with McClatchy Newspapers.
Guests: Faiz Shakir, Robert Parry, Scott Dick, Col. Doug McGregor, Mark Klein, RJ Shulman Faiz Shakir: Research Director for Washington Center for American Progress. Shakir also writes for ThinkProgress.org. Robert Parry: Founder and Editor of consortiumnews.com. Parry has reported for the Associated Press and Newsweek. Scott Dick: Peter B. Collins Contributor on military and veterans issues. Col. Doug McGregor: Retired Colonel and author. His new book is called "WarriorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Rage: The Battle of 73 Easting. How the soldiers won the battle and the generals lost Iraq". Mark Klein: former AT&T technician. Klein is a whistleblower who charges that the telecom company facilitated government spying on internet traffic. RJ Shulman: author of ptsd1.blogspot.com. He also teaches law at the University of Phoenix.
Guests: Scott Ritter, Jamil Dakwar, Jeff Halper, Jason Leopold, Melanie Sloan Scott Ritter: chief United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq from 1991 to 1998. Prior to the invasion of Iraq in 2003, Ritter publicly argued that the country possessed no significant weapons of mass destruction. Jamil Dakwar: Director of the ACLU's Human Rights Program. Before coming to the United States, Dakwar was a senior attorney with Adalah, one of the most prominent human rights groups in Israel focusing on Arab Palestinian citizens. Jeff Halper: Coordinator of the Israeli Committee Against Home Demolitions. For over thirty years, Halper has been a peace and human rights activist. Born in the United States, he immigrated to Israel in 1973. Jason Leopold: former Senior Editor and reporter for Truthout.org. He left Truthout in February 19, 2008 to start his own web-based political magazine pubrecord.org. Leopold is the author a memoir published in 2006 called "News Junkie". Melanie Sloan: Executive Director of CREW, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
Guests: Bob Parry, Derek Walker, Michael Gibbs, Alan Rabinowitz, Steve Heller Bob Parry: veteran reporter for the Associated Press, Frontline and Newsweek. In 1995, he established ConsortiumNews.com. His new book is called "Secrecy & Privilege: The Rise of the Bush Dynasty from Watergate to Iraq". Derek Walker: Deputy Director, State Climate Campaign for the Environmental Defense Fund. Michael Gibbs: Assistant Secretary for Climate Change for the Environmental Protection Agency. Alan Rabinowitz: American zoologist born in New York City, U.S. He is currently the President and CEO of Panthera, a New York City based conservation organization dedicated to conservation of the world's wild cat species. His new book is called, "Life in the Valley of Death: The Fight to Save Tigers in a Land of Guns, Gold, and Greed". Steve Heller: a whistle-blower who exposed legal documents showing that Diebold Election Systems was using illegal, uncertified software in their California voting machines.
Guests: Faiz Shakir, Massie Ritsch, Scott Dick, Tim Russert, Cliff Schecter
Peter broadcasts live from the Take Back America conference.
Peter broadcasts live from the Take Back America Conference
Guests: Johathan Hafetz, Heather Wokusch, Matt Gonzales, Robert Parry, and Brad Friedman.
Time of guest appearance: Start of show - Jonathan Hafetz from the Brennan center discusses torture videos on Jose Padilla Client Almarri. 30 minutes in - Heather Wokusch discusses if the Pentagon testing bio-weapons on civilians. 60 minutes in - Matt Gonzales, Nader's VP pick, joins us. 90 minutes in - Robert Parry from Consortiumnews.com joins us. 120 minutes in - Brad Friedman from Bradblog.com gives us an update on the Heather Wilson vote-buying, and Uncounted showing in Arizona.
Guests: Media Matters, Frank & Susan Fuller, Steven Hill, and Larisa Alexandrovna.
Time of guest appearance: Start of show - Media Matters gives us debate coverage. www.mediamatters.org 30 minutes in - Frank & Susan Fuller join us, and discuss their new book "The Department of Homeland Decency" 60 minutes in - Steven Hill from the New America Foundation discusses Instant runoff voting, and Nader. www.newamerica.net 90 minutes in - Larisa Alexandrovna from Rawstory.com discusses Siegleman on 60 minutes, and its blackout in Alabama.
Guests: Ari Melber, Mel Goodman, Professor Dan Kammen, Jason Leopold, and Melanie Sloan.
Time of guest appearance: Start of show - Ari Melber from The Nation discusses Newspaper endorsements, and the debate preview. 30 minutes in - Mel Goodman, author of Failure of Intelligence, discusses torture, tribunals, and FISA 60 minutes in - Professor Dan Kammen discusses the Virgin airlines test flight of a biofuelled airliner. 90 minutes in - Jason Leopold, na investigative reporter, discusses the White House emails. 110 minutes in - Melanie Sloan from CREW discusses the wemails, Renzi, McCain, Brent Wilkes, and the new report about the Senate family plan.