05/26/10 – Stephen Vladeck – The Scott Horton Show

Stephen Vladeck, Professor of Law at American University Washington College of Law, discusses the legal challenges brought to bear against unconstitutional government actions, the Obama administration’s so-far successful effort to keep Bagram prison free from...

05/25/10 – Spencer Thayer – The Scott Horton Show

Spencer Thayer, member of Chicago Cop Watch and the Jail Jon Burge Committee, discusses the numerous torture accusations against former Chicago police commander Jon Burge, the torture tactics used by the US in Vietnam that have since made a home in civilian law...

05/25/10 – John Feffer – The Scott Horton Show

John Feffer, co-director of Foreign Policy In Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies, discusses the diplomatic fallout following S. Korea’s conclusion that N. Korea sunk its battleship, indications that – despite the heated rhetoric – war will be avoided on...

Jay tries a news update

Andrew Mwangura tells us some about Piracy and illegal activity in Somalian waters Andrew Mwangura -*- Did you know? There is now a “South Sudan”. This seems to be a power sharing agreement to try and end the Sudanese civil war. -*- Russian Parliament...

05/21/10 – Jim Fine – The Scott Horton Show

Jim Fine, Legislative Secretary for Foreign Policy at the Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL), discusses the effort to add an exit strategy and withdrawal deadline to the Afghanistan supplemental spending bill in the Senate, the US push for Iran sanctions...
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