11/18/19 Reese Erlich on Palestine, Lebanon, and Iraq

Reese Erlich has the latest on some of the many conflicts in the Middle East today. He first discusses the strange fact that most Americans seem utterly unaware of what’s going on between the Israelis and the Palestinians whose land they are occupying. Too often, the...

11/15/19 Daniel McAdams on America’s Own CIA-backed Coup

Daniel McAdams talks with Scott about some of the unintended—or maybe not so unintended—consequences of America’s support for regime change revolutions all over the world. These include powerful drug cartels, the rise of regimes that are more extreme and violent than...

11/15/19 Michael Bell Sr. on Getting Justice for His Son

Michael Bell shares the story of his son, who was killed by police in 2004 at age 21. Michael Jr. was coming home after a night out, was accosted by officers for spurious reasons, and was eventually fatally shot after one officer claimed Michael was trying to take his...

11/15/19 Ray McGovern on the New ‘Russiagate’

Ray McGovern explains some of the background to the current Ukraine impeachment inquiry, starting with the fact that Russia is obviously just being used today as a bogeyman and a scapegoat for fears of any potential challenge to absolute American global hegemony....

11/9/19 Scott’s Speech at the 2019 Ron Paul Symposium

Listen to the audio from Scott’s speech at the Ron Paul Symposium on state propaganda and the 2020 election in Texas last weekend. He talks about how important it is, now more than ever, to present a credible opposition to the neoliberal consensus that dominates both...

11/11/19 Jacob Hornberger on His Campaign for President

Scott interviews Jacob Hornberger about his bid for the presidential candidacy of the Libertarian Party. Hornberger has all the right libertarian positions: End all the wars, end the drug war, open up a free market in health insurance—and just about anything else you...

11/11/19 Danny Sjursen on Reclaiming Veterans Day

Danny Sjursen advocates for a reclaiming of Veterans Day and a return to the principles of the holiday originally known as Armistice Day. Armistice Day celebrated the end to one of the bloodiest wars in world history, and Sjursen reminds us how eminently worthy of...

11/7/19 Matthew Hoh on the Unwinnable War in Afghanistan

Matthew Hoh discusses the extraordinary difficulties in resolving the complex political and ethnic tensions in Afghanistan, something that the U.S. military has been trying to do for going on 20 years. Hoh says that during his time there he saw lots of practices by...

11/7/19 Elizabeth Murray Exposes the Lies Behind Douma

Scott interviews Elizabeth Murray about the supposed chemical attack in Douma, Syria in 2017, which was used to justify an immediate bombing campaign by the U.S. and its allies. A thorough investigation was only conducted months later, and the reports of this...

11/4/19 Dan McKnight on the Fight to Bring Our Troops Home

Dan McKnight of BringOurTroopsHome.US comes on the show to announce his organization’s upcoming event, in which hundreds of veterans of the terror wars will be gathering in Washington D.C. next week to take the antiwar message to our political leaders. The event will...
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