06/30/10 – Jason Ditz – The Scott Horton Show

Jason Ditz, managing news editor at Antiwar.com, discusses Iraqi factional divisions that have prevented a Prime Minister from being seated from the March elections, the regained prominence of former PM’s Ayad Allawi and Ibrahim al-Jaafari, violent popular protests...

06/30/10 – Ray McGovern – The Scott Horton Show

Ray McGovern, former senior analyst at the CIA, discusses the hype surrounding a seemingly benign Russian spy ring in the US, the sorely needed FBI public relations boost from their apparent counter-espionage success, CIA director Leon Panetta’s disincentive for...

06/29/10 – Gareth Porter – The Scott Horton Show

Gareth Porter, independent historian and journalist for Inter Press Service, discusses how Gen. David Petraeus’s political skills and reputation could enable a compromise settlement in Afghanistan, speculation that Gen. Stanley McChrystal got fired on purpose, the...

06/29/10 – Fred Branfman – The Scott Horton Show

Fred Branfman, author of the article “5 Million Iraqis Killed, Maimed, Tortured, Displaced — Think That Bothers War Boosters Like Christopher Hitchens?” discusses the demonstrably false assertion that Iraqis are “better off” now than under Saddam Hussein,...

06/29/10 – Eric Margolis – The Scott Horton Show

Internationally syndicated columnist Eric Margolis discusses the cultural meaning of WWII for Americans, nostalgia in Russia for Soviet times, the US and British capitulation to Stalin at the Yalta Conference, why FDR was a senile fool and/or a communist and how the...
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