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12/11/12 Charles Goyette
Charles Goyette, author of The Dollar Meltdown and Red and Blue and Broke All Over, discusses the government’s fiscal cliff; why the proposed “austerity” budget cuts are ludicrously small; how Republicans conveniently forget their own history of profligate spending; the Freedom & Prosperity newsletter; the synchronous decline of all the world’s fiat currencies; why a [...]
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(Duration: 41:42 — 9.5MB)
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12/11/12 John Knefel
John Knefel, radio host and political writer, discusses his article “They Can Do That?! 10 Outrageous Tactics Cops Get Away With;” America’s descent into an authoritarian police state; why the courts can’t be counted on to protect our Constitutional rights; and how the War on Drugs allows the cops to do just about anything they [...]
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(Duration: 35:34 — 8.1MB)
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12/10/12 Flynt Leverett
Flynt Leverett, author of Going to Tehran: Why the United States Must Come to Terms with the Islamic Republic of Iran, discusses why Iran – contrary to popular belief – isn’t a nation composed of suicide-bombers and “Mad Mullahs;” the difficulty of debunking 33 years of anti-Iran propaganda; applying a Nixon-goes-to-China model for US-Iran reconciliation; [...]
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(Duration: 32:30 — 7.4MB)
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12/10/12 Peter Hart
Peter Hart from Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) discusses the media hype on Syria’s supposedly imminent use of chemical weapons against the rebels; the prominent journalists who “sold” the Iraq War in 2003 that are attempting to do so again with Syria; and why the NY Times doesn’t think Bradley Manning’s trial is newsworthy.
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(Duration: 27:37 — 6.3MB)
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12/05/12 Adam Morrow
Adam Morrow, an IPS News journalist based in Cairo, discusses the massive demonstrations in Egypt by both pro and anti government protestors; indications that the Egyptian police have “gone rogue” and are actively undermining President Morsi; the third-party agitators trying to sow discord and violence in Egypt; big problems in Egypt’s constitutional convention; and contradictory [...]
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(Duration: 35:36 — 8.1MB)
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