Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi discusses the prominent role uber-hawk and Ukraine regime-changer Victoria Nuland will play in a Hillary Clinton administration, and why Nuland’s relatives should be collectively labeled the “First Family of Military Interventionists.”
Vincent Ward, an attorney representing Chelsea Manning, discusses the appeal filed on Manning’s behalf, seeking a reversal and dismissal of all charges – or at least a reduced sentence for the heroic Army whistleblower who was wrongly charged under the Espionage Act.
Sut Jhally, founder of the Media Education Foundation, discusses his documentary (he is executive producer) The Occupation of the American Mind: Israel’s Public Relations War In The United States.
Jay Stanley, a senior policy analyst with the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, discusses how the feds are helping local police with spying technology like “Stingray” cell phone tower simulators and then keeping it secret from the public – routinely denying FOIA requests by citing non-disclosure agreements.
Journalist Mark Perry discusses his Politico article about the disagreement among the Army’s top brass on budget priorities and how to confront Russia; and Mark’s suggestions for how US military spending could be put to better use.More Interviews
Scott talks about Donald Trump’s mixed foreign policy signals and why Hillary Clinton is the worst of all the presidential candidates.More Shows
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