Tag Archives: Nat-Hentoff

Antiwar Radio: Nat Hentoff

Nat Hentoff, senior fellow at the CATO Institute, discusses the media’s narrow spectrum of allowable opinions reflected in the firing/retiring of Juan Williams, Helen Thomas and Rick Sanchez, the dangers lurking within the massive Obamacare bill, the bipartisan uproar against a judicial ruling excluding evidence obtained by torture in the terrorism prosecution of Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani and how the government torture apparatus’s continued use explains Obama’s “look forward not back” self-immunizing tag line.

Antiwar Radio: Nat Hentoff

Nat Hentoff, senior fellow at the CATO Institute, discusses the Elizabeth Cheney and William Kristol-backed Keep America Safe ad that implies Attorney General Eric Holder is a jihadist, widespread contempt and ignorance of protections guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, Obama’s “looking forward not backward” anti-prosecution policy that validates Richard Nixon’s thoughts on presidential impunity and why the Constitution can’t be preserved without an active and informed citizenry.

Antiwar Radio: Nat Hentoff

Nat Hentoff, senior fellow at the CATO Institute, discusses the greatly lessened restrictions on domestic FBI surveillance programs, the FBI’s “investigative assessments” that supplant judicial warrants and oversight, the failure of the educational system to teach the Constitution and limitations on government power and how colonial era rebellion against writs of assistance inspired the Fourth Amendment.

July 9, 2005 – Nat Hentoff

Scott and Nat Hentoff discuss Guantanamo Bay, CIA kidnapping squads, extraordinary rendition (that is – torture), and Patriot act expansion. Audio Stream
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