Today on the show: The USG murders a bunch of civilians, including women and children, as it hightails out of Afghanistan. Also, International law expert Francis Boyle says “Retaliation is not self-defense under international law, but only more aggression”. And, we remember the Chicano Moratorium
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Today on the Show: Root’s Action says no to Rahm Emanuel, former failed Chicago Mayor, as the next Ambassador to Japan; and so do many of those who have lived under Emanuel’s blundering tenure in the windy city: Also, here in Northern California, Sonoma County Immigrants Demand that the local Board of Supervisors advocate for … Continued
Today on the Show: An investigation into decades of the failed policy towards Afghanistan, including a 20 year disastrous occupation, that lead to today’s deadly double bombings. And we’ll Feature an encore broadcasts of this weeks election crimes bulletin with muck-raking reporter and best-selling author Greg Palast
Today on the Show: An Insane U.S. plan to spend billions on weaponize space makes defense contractors jump for joy. Award-winning investigative reporter Karl Jensen will fill us in on the story. And we feature a brand new edition of the election crimes bulletin with muck-raking journalist and best-selling author Greg Palast. a seasoned veteran … Continued
An award winning front-line investigative news magazine, that focuses on human, civil and workers right, issues of war and peace, Global Warming, racism and poverty, and other issues. Hosted by Dennis J. Bernstein.
Today on the show: How the 2001 anthrax false flag attacks paved way for Afghanistan and Iraq invasions. Also, the US fears China’s expanded influence after being run out of Afghanistan by the Taliban. And we rebroadcast our interview with Rafia Zakaria/ author, attorney, and human rights activist
Today on the Show: We’’ll speak with Nation Writer, Rafia Zakaria, about her article, “White Feminists Wanted to Invade but Afghan Women Never Asked for US Air Strikes:” Also The International Indian Treaty Council moves its headquarters to San Francisco. Well speak to its executive director, Andrea Carmen about the multiple struggles facing the Indigenous … Continued
Today on the Show: The Taliban tighten their grip on power, as tthousands of US support personnel flee to the airport and cram into military transport planes, out of the country. What have the firs tdays under Taliban rule been like and what does it tell us about what is to come? We’ll feature an … Continued
Today on the show: China weighs in on the US’s deeply bungled exit from their 20 year war and occupation of Afghanistan, which China happens share a border with: And we’ll rebroadcast our interview with 91-year old Dolores Huerta, the legendary founder of the United Farmworkers.
Today on the Show: The legendary co-founder of United Farmworkers, Dolores Huerta, joins us to talk about her fight against voter suppression. Also, more deep background on the failed policy of US interventionism in Afghanistan. And retired colonel Ann Wright Makes the case to keep the US Embassy in Kabul open