Category: Interviews

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Antiwar Radio: James Bovard

James Bovard discusses the U.S. attorney scandal, his hopes that more criminal activity will be revealed when Gonzales is forced out, Gonzales and Bush’s obstruction of the DoJ’s NSA wiretapping probe, Bush’s secret executive order “authorizing” torture, Rumsfeld’s “sovereign immunity,” the National Security Letter scandal, the government’s craven media sycophants, the hypocrisy of conservatives when it comes to their much-ballyhooed “rule of law” as it applies to Republicans in power, Scott’s short list of Bush administration lies, the phony 9/11 commission, the shameful failures of beltway “libertarians” in opposing war and torture, and the heroic Bob Barr.

Antiwar Radio: Sam Provance

Former Army Sgt. Sam Provance, featured in the HBO documentary “Ghosts of Abu Ghraib,” talks about his experience [.pdf] as a computer expert at Abu Ghraib prison, the fake investigations into the tortures that took place there and the betrayal of Senator Lindsey Graham.

Antiwar Radio: Chris Floyd

Chris Floyd discusses the rendition of an American citizen to Ethiopia until he admits he’s al Qaeda, the nearly unremarked-upon proxy war for the Warlords in Somalia, why the U.S. should leave Africa alone, the arrogant ignorance of America’s political establishments and the distracted apathy of the American people.

Antiwar Radio: Anthony Arnove

Anthony Arnove, author of Iraq: The Logic of Withdrawal discusses his recent TomDispatch column “Four Years Later… and Counting” about the terrible destruction America has wrought in Iraq and prospects for a new political realignment against Empire and the central state here at home.

Antiwar Radio: Michael Scheuer

Former CIA analyst Michael Scheuer discusses Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, al Qaeda, their true motives, how best to fight against them, torture, the escape at Tora Bora, the FBI and CIA in the months before September 11th, the 9/11 Commission sham, the Israeli art students, the Israel and Saudi lobbies, reports that a Pakistani general financed Mohammed Atta, Bojinka, Bill Clinton and 10 blown chances to get bin Laden and the total lack of evidence of a Saddam-al Qaeda connection.

Antiwar Radio: Justin Raimondo editorial director Justin Raimondo discusses the role of the Israel lobby in pushing for the war in Iraq and the next one in Iran, Pelosi’s go- ahead to Dick Cheney and the loss of domestic liberty that always accompanies foreign empire.

Antiwar Radio: Jacob Hornberger

Future of Freedom Foundation president Jacob Hornberger decries America’s dissent into totalitarianism, what the KSM “confession” reveals about Bush’s bogus Star-Chamber tribunals for “enemy combatants” at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and what it portends for the rest of us.

Antiwar Radio: Sibel Edmonds and James Bamford

Former FBI contract linguist-turned-whistleblower Sibel Edmonds and investigative reporter James Bamford discuss the Department of Justice’s abuse of the “State’s Secrets Privilege” to keep Edmonds from telling all she knows about high-level corruption in the Turkish Lobby, the State and Defense Departments and the Congress, a new petition by over 30 organizations demanding hearings into her case and a new FBI whistle-blower, who’s letter the the Department of Justice’s Inspector General [.pdf] reveals that all those wiretaps Edmonds was transcribing were illegal – begun on warrants under the much easier to satisfy-Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in cases of public corruption.

For background: My February 28, interview with Sibel Edmonds expert Luke Ryland here.

Antiwar Radio: John Mueller

John Mueller, professor of political science at Ohio State University and author of Overblown: How Politicians and the Terrorism Industry Inflate National Security Threats and Why We Believe Them and this great Foreign Affairs article, discusses the bogus “Real War on Terror,” the Fear Industry (public and private) and the waste and violations of rights that go along with them.

Antiwar Radio: J.D. Cash

J.D. Cash, an investigative reporter for the McCurtain Gazette, discusses his investigation and recent developments into the story of the “Aryan Republican Army” neo-Nazi bank robbery ring (many of whom were undercover cops and informants) and their collaboration with Timothy McVeigh in the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing, resulting in the deaths of 168 people and one of the largest cover-ups in American history. My previous interviews of Cash here.

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