The Show: Jenny Eliscu

Rolling Stone contributing editor Jenny Eliscu will be the featured guest on the Scott Horton Show at Antiwar Radio, Thursday, March 27 at 12:15PM Eastern. Eliscu will be discussing her recent Rolling Stone article, The Troubled Homecoming of the Marlboro Marine.

Eliscu is a contributing editor and music critic for Rolling Stone magazine. She hosts Left of Center on Sirius Satellite Radio. Eliscu is also the author of Schools that Rock: The Rolling Stone College Guide.

For the second hour, John McGlynn, an independent economic and financial analyst, will discuss, The March 20, 2008 US Declaration of War on Iran, from Japan Focus, an Asian Pacific e-journal.

28 thoughts on “The Show: Jenny Eliscu

  1. stevec

    AK

    Jenny Eliscu for tomorrow, huh……

    I take that to mean you weren’t able to arrange that Larry Sinclair interview.

  2. Angela Post author

    I didn’t want to upset Mrs. Clinton. She’s had a tough day. Any references to oral just take her back to that sad place.

  3. Anders

    I saw a BBC news report on “the Marlboro marine” the other day/week, I’ve just put it up on the blog if anyone wants to see it, pretty tragic story. I just read the rolling stone article and am looking forward to hearing the interview today.

  4. Anders

    Heres one for you, the United states “defence department” used to be called “national ministry establishment” and before that it was called “the department of war”

    I think it’s time to go back to the name “department of war” it’s more accurate a description.

    “DEFENSE Department” now thats Orwellian right there.

  5. Bob Bogus

    So Scott, with this banking thing does that mean our rulers will not bomb Iran but just try to starve ‘em.

  6. Bob Bogus

    Hey Scott, maybe it’s not your coffee. Maybe yer not getting enough sleep or maybe you need to get more exercise. Get down to that skateboard church more often…

  7. Matt

    Hey guys, doing a little more reading last night I came across this old quote I had forgotten about.

    “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.”

    Woodrow Wilson
    1916

  8. Bob Bogus

    Here’s the cat thing:

    “Blake Miller can’t stand cats. He didn’t always hate them, but that was before Iraq; before he fought in the battle of Fallujah; before the first enemy soldier Miller killed lay rotting in the street for three days, his remains picked over by a hungry cat that had crawled inside the dead Iraqi’s hollowed-out chest. Miller’s life divides like that, into then and now. Before November 9th, 2004.”

  9. Anders

    I listened to Charles Goyette’s interview with the mother of a soldier who committed suicide and he brought up a good point, … people who get “ptsd” etc are actually experiencing something which is a completely normal given the things they’ve seen, the human mind isn’t designed to see the things like they’ve seen and experiences they’ve experienced.

  10. mudshark

    haven’t seen any other confirmation of it, Bob.
    maybe they’ll turn up in six months, like the hostages that were not found, did.

  11. xenos

    Hey Scott, I’ve been great. I’ve been busy lately (just finished writing the first draft of my first novel), so you guys will probably see me around here more often now.

  12. Anders

    The trouble is he’s going to get the reaction he wants, muslims lining the streets with silly banners, then he can say “a-ha, told you so”

  13. Mace Price

    …Have you ever noticed that these “Great Men,” these so called “World Leaders” the “Savants and Humanists like Wilson, Hoover, and others are always, and inevitably…Sorry only after the fact?

  14. Mace Price

    …Have you ever noticed that these “Great Men,” these so called “World Leaders” the “Savants and Humanists” like Wilson, Hoover, and others are always, and inevitably…Sorry only after the fact?

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