Joshua Frank, co-editor of DissidentVoice.org and author of Left-Out!: How Liberals Helped Re-elect George W. Bush, discusses the impending global tyranny of a Hillary Clinton administration, her association with war criminals such as Richard Holbrooke, the sad fact that most little d-democrats out there will vote for her anyway and some serious flaws in our electoral system.
Jacob Hornberger, founder and president of the Future of Freedom Foundation discusses the circumstances in which the German people accepted the rise of the Nazi Reich, the use of crisis as an excuse to destroy liberty, the writ of habeas corpus, the unitary executive theory, Bush’s new Executive Order granting the Treasury Department to seize the property of whoever they deem threaten their criminal Iraq policy, Ron Paul, and his recent Restoring the Republic conference.
Greg Palast, investigative reporter for BBC Newsnight and author of Armed Madhouse, explains the oil game in Iraq, the deal behind the U.S. attorney scandal, Hillary Clinton’s shameful corruption and her husband’s pardon of arch-criminal Mark Rich, and the deal struck by Republicans to impeach Bill only for the silly sex scandal instead of his felonious relationship with the Indonesian Riady family billionaires as long as the Democrats promised not to expose the Republican’s felonious connections to the American Koch family billionaires.
Nuclear physicist Dr. Gordon Prather debunks the War Party’s claims about Iran’s nuclear program.
Juan Cole, professor of history at the University of Michigan, debunks the War Party’s claim that the president of Iran has threatened to “wipe Israel off the map.”
Former CIA counter-terrorism officer and Antiwar.com columnist Philip Giraldi debunks the War Party’s claims that Iran backs al Qaeda, explains U.S. support for the terrorist groups Mujahadeen-e-Khalq and Jundullah against Iran, and the two most likely circumstances in which Cheney will use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against them.
Investigative reporter and historian Gareth Porter debunks the War Party’s claims that Iran’s government is killing American soldiers and marines in Iraq and Afghanistan, neocrazy media sycophant Michael R. Gordon’s lies on behalf of the Vice-President’s office and its stovepipe, the truth about Iran’s attempted grand bargain of 2003 [.pdf] and the threat of America and Iran’s friends in Iraq turning on U.S. troops in the event of war.
Antiwar.com editorial director Justin Raimondo debunks the War Party’s claims that there is anything conservative about neoconservatism.
Bill Brown, of the Surveillance Camera Players, and author of We Know You Are Watching: Surveillance Camera Players 1996-2006 discusses the rise of the American surveillance state.
Ken Silverstein, Washington Editor of Harper’s magazine, and author of the Washington Babylon blog discusses the heroic character of “the other” Scott Horton and Silverstein’s undercover investigative work in reporting the role of powerful DC lobbying firms in propagandizing the American people and determining American foreign policies.
Brendan O’Neill, journalist, columnist, blogger, and editor of Spiked-Online in Merry Old England, discusses the politically correct victim mentality of al Qaeda terrorists like Ayman al Zawahiri and the Manichean view of and support given by Western liberal internationalists in and out of government for the al Qaeda movement in Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990’s and the terrible consequences.
Greg Mitchell, editor of Editor & Publisher, discusses New York Times/War Party propagandist Michael R. Gordon’s tenuous grasp of the truth, the failure of his editors to make the slightest effort to reign him in and the failure of American newspaper editors in general to oppose the war despite the fact that 77% of the American people are against it.