9/13/19 Dan McAdams on the Great Ron Paul

Scott and Dan McAdams rehash some of the heroic legacy of Ron Paul in light of Scott’s new book of his interview transcripts with Dr. Paul. As congressman, Paul had both an authentic charisma with his constituents, and a real passion for what he felt was his calling...

9/9/19 Nasser Arrabyee on the Ongoing War in Yemen

Nasser Arrabyee is back with an update from Yemen, where civilian casualties resulting from the Saudi-led war there have climbed past 100,000, by even conservative estimates. This number doesn’t include any of the people who have died from malnutrition and easily...

9/6/19 Dan Cohen on Mob Violence and Nativism in Hong Kong

Dan Cohen comes on the show for an update on the protests in Hong Kong. Though positioned as a popular pro-democracy movement, some of the protest leaders have alarming ties to American think tanks like the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, which may be trying to...

8/27/19 Gar Alperovitz on the Decision to Nuke Japan

Historian Gar Alperovitz shares the history of America’s use of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Contrary to what most of us learned in school, many of the top military officers and intelligence officials were adamant at the time that use of the bombs was...

8/23/19 Peter Van Buren on ‘The Hiroshima Myth’

Scott talks to Peter Van Buren about the effects of war on American culture. They discuss the fact that America has been at war almost constantly for its entire history, ever since the nation was formed by overthrowing the British. Having an external enemy supposedly...

8/19/19 Trevor Aaronson on the Case of Hamid Hayat

The Intercept’s Trevor Aaronson joins the show to talk about the travesty of justice in the trial of Hamid Hayat, who has finally been released after nearly 15 years in prison. Hayat was an alleged terrorist, convicted based on a coerced confession he gave to FBI...
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