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Flashpoints – November 3, 2005

Lewis Libby pleads not guilty to five felony counts regarding the cover-up of his role in Leak Gate, also, the Oakland Institute calls for a radical transformation in the way international food aid systems work to help prevent wholesale starvation; And on Earth Matters this week, an interview with Goldman Prize winner Sarah James, of … Continued


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Flashpoints – November 2, 2005

The Republican Senate caves in to the Democrats and agrees to a bi-partisan investigation into Bush administration intelligence fixing in the lead-up to the war; also, former CIA officer Philip Agee talks about the Plame affair and the US push to destabilize Venezuela and overthrow Hugo Chavez. Knight Report Headlines More US troops are headed … Continued


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Flashpoints – October 26, 2005

We devote the entire hour to the US-engineered campaign for the extermination of the Lavalas movement to pave the way for phony elections in Haiti; we’ll spend the hour with Flashpoints Haiti correspondent Kevin Pina and we’ll also feature excerpts from Kevin’s brand-new film, Haiti: The Untold Story; and the Knight Report.


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Flashpoints – October 25, 2005

We’ll take a look at the inside of Bush’s Brain, as outside, in Washington DC, the special counsel zooms in on Bush administration crimes; we’ll feature an interview with Phillipe Sands, the British barrister who sent Pinochet packing put of Great Britain as a fleeing war criminal, as he talks about Bush crimes; also, activists … Continued


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Flashpoints – October 24, 2005

We continue our fight against another state-sponsored murder as former gang leader, children’s book author and Nobel laureate nominee is given a date to be murdered by the state, we’ll be joined by the leader of a movement to save the life of Stanley Tookie Williams; also, new revelations in the widening White House leak … Continued


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Flashpoints – October 21, 2005

The vigilantes plan to converge in Sacramento, California, where they were invited by the Governor who applauds their work; also, a new documentary, Chavez Ravine, with music by Ry Cooder, that depicts the destruction of an East Los Angeles neighborhood to make room for major league baseball; and United Farm Workers co-founder Dolores Huerta honored … Continued