Today on Antiwar radio with Scott Horton:
Johann Hari will be on to discuss Libya and his latest piece, We’re not being told the truth on Libya.
Bio: Johann Hari is an award-winning journalist who writes twice-weekly for the Independent, one of Britain’s leading newspapers, and the Huffington Post. He is a contributing writer for Slate, and regularly appears on the BBC’s Newsnight Review.
His work has also appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Le Monde, Le Monde Diplomatique, The New Republic, El Mundo, The Guardian, The Melbourne Age, the Sydney Morning Herald, South Africa’s Star, The Irish Times, and a wide range of other international newspapers and magazines.
He has reported from Iraq, the Gaza Strip, the Congo, Bangladesh, India, Venezuela, Rwanda, Peru, Ethiopia, Mexico, the Central African Republic, Syria and the United States.
Rep. Aaron Libby (R) will be on to discuss his new bill (LD 1305) An Act To Limit the Use of the National Guard to Situations Specifically Authorized by the United States Constitution, introduced in the Maine House of Representatives.
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Bio: Aaron Libby is the State Representative of House District 139, which includes Waterboro and part of Lyman. He serves on the Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee during the 125th Legislature.
Anthony Gregory will be on to discuss anarcho-capitalism
Bio: Anthony Gregory is a research analyst at the Independent Institute, Editor in Chief of Campaign for Liberty, moderator of the Beacon, policy adviser to the Future of Freedom Foundation and columnist for LewRockwell.com. He guest edits Strike the Root. His writing has appeared in such places as the Christian Science Monitor San Diego Union Tribune, Antiwar.com, the Journal of Libertarian Studies, Counterpunch, the American Conservative, Liberty Magazine, the Mises Institute blog, the Stress Blog, The Libertarian Enterprise and Liberty and Power, as well as in textbooks, journals and other outlets, and has been translated in several languages. He wrote for Michael Badnarik’s 2004 campaign. He got his B.A. in history at UC Berkeley in 2003, where he wrote his thesis on the 1993 Waco disaster.
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