Jeremy Sapienza, Senior Editor at Antiwar.com, discusses the repeal of
Jeremy Sapienza, Senior Editor at Antiwar.com, discusses the twisted MSM reporting on Somalia, such that most Americans have no idea the US is at war over there; how al-Shabaab grew out of the Islamic Courts Union
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Glenn Greenwald will be on to discuss the continued expansion of Executive powers.
Bio: Glenn Greenwald is an American lawyer, columnist, blogger, and author. Greenwald worked as a constitutional and civil rights litigator prior to becoming a contributor (columnist and blogger) to Salon.com, where he focuses on political and legal topics. He has also contributed to other newspapers and political news magazines, including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The American Conservative, The National Interest, and In These Times.
Greenwald is the author of three books: How Would a Patriot Act? and A Tragic Legacy and Great American Hypocrites.
In October 2010, Greenwald won the Online Journalism Award for Best Commentary, for his investigative article on the arrest of U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning as the alleged leaker to WikiLeaks
Karen Kwiatkowski will be on to discuss her run for Congress and events in Libya.
Bio: is a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel whose assignments included duties as a Pentagon desk officer and a variety of roles for the National Security Agency. She is a whistleblower known for exposing how a clique of officers led by retired Navy Captain Bill Luti, assistant secretary of defense for NESA, and former aid of Dick Cheney when the latter was Secretary of Defense, took control of the military intelligence, and how the Office of Special Plans (OSP) grew and eventually turned into a censorship and disinformation organism controlling the NESA. She contributes to such publications as LewRockwell.com.
Kwiatkowski has published two books about U.S. policy towards Africa: African Crisis Response Initiative: Past Present and Future and Expeditionary Air Operations in Africa: Challenges and Solutions.
Kwiatowski is currently running for Congress in Virginia’s 6th District on the Republican ticket. See here.
Jeremy Sapienza will be on to talk about how you can help Antiwar.com. See here.
Bio: Jeremy Sapienza is a Senior Editor with Antiwar.com
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Jeremy Sapienza, Senior Editor at Antiwar.com, discusses Antiwar.com
Jeremy Sapienza, Senior Editor at Antiwar.com, discusses his nine year tenure at Antiwar.com; his shared responsibility for choosing the pieces that get published in the viewpoints section; and the fallacies and stylistic shortcomings that get unsolicited submissions thrown in the junk pile.
Jeremy Sapienza, Senior Editor at Antiwar.com, discusses the doublethink required to reconcile the “Iraq War is over” pronouncement with the 50,000 remaining troops, winning the fight against Wikipedia’s Iraq War entry (and why this reversal further proves the print media business model is dead) and U.S. interference in Somalia before and after the “Black Hawk Down” disaster.
Jeremy Sapienza, Senior Editor at Antiwar.com, discusses the temptations of liberal interventionism following the Uganda bombings , the wrongheaded conventional wisdom that Somalia’s problems are due to the West’s inattention, terrorism charges leveled at Minnesotan Somali-Americans who allied with Al Shabab to fight the Ethiopian army and why the Uganda bombings are a textbook case of blowback.