Flashpoints

Flashpoints – July 21, 2004

Haitian pro-democracy activists still being hunted and arrested by US-supported coup leaders; also Phyllis Bennis at the United Nations where she talks about today’s vote in the General Assembly condemning the Israeli Apartheid Wall; plus an in-depth expose on Bush’s phony military service that continues to be covered up and laundered; and the Knight Report.


Hard Knock Radio

Hard Knock Radio – July 21, 2004

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The women of Hard Knock discuss African-American leadership: part of Hard Knock’s continuing coverage of last month’s National Hip Hop Political Convention; Mumia Abu Jamal: Vote for Whom?;


Democracy Now 9am (rebroadcast)

Democracy Now! (6 am) – July 21, 2004

Jeb Bush Targets African-American Election Commissioner Who Criticized State Voting System Echoes of Saddam: Paper Says Unelected Iraqi PM Allawi Personally Executed Six Prisoners in Baghdad Helen Thomas Takes On White House Over Iraq A Passel of Pomp and a Circus of Circumstance: Historic Conventions Coverage from the Pacifica Radio Archives


Democracy Now 9am (rebroadcast)

Democracy Now! (6 am) – July 19, 2004

Another Campaign of Misinformation? Leaked 9/11 Report Cites New Evidence That Iran Cooperated with al-Qaeda Before Attacks Fmr. Rep. Cynthia McKinney Seeking to Win Back Georgia Seat Broadcast Exclusive: Georgetown Professor Accuses Bill O’Reilly of Lying About 9/11 Commission’s Findings A Passel of Pomp and a Circus of Circumstance: Historic Conventions Coverage from the Pacifica … Continued


Act One Radio Drama

Act One Radio Drama – July 18, 2004

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Tonight Presenting: Hotel Oubliette. Inspired by the memoirs of released American hostages, this play explores what happens when two emotionally disconnected men are chained to a post with an endless amount of time stretching before them. Deprived of both their freedom and the trappings of what has defined them as successful, powerful males, they finally … Continued