Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – February 12, 2006

A special three hour program …

In hour one…
On Monday, the Senate Judiciary Committee grilled Attorney General Alberto
Gonzales about the Bush Administration’s warrantless surveillance
activities. KPFA devoted that day to special coverage. We’ll recap, play
highlights and have commentary by Elizabeth de la Vega,
former assistant US attorney, and Clarence Lusane, professor of
political science at American University in Washington.

In hour two…
Michael Parenti joins us to talk about his new book,
The Culture Struggle.

In hour three…
A look at the current state of KPFA/Pacifica
with historian Matthew Lasar, author of Uneasy Listening: Pacifica
Radio’s Civil War

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