Talkies

Saturday Morning Talkies – August 16, 2008

The Bush Administration tough talk on Russia – Cold War Take Two?  There’s a Georgia-Russia truce,  and then there’s that U.S. missile deal with Poland:  it’s definitely not over yet. Guests: Andrew Bacevich, prof. hist and international relations, Boston Univ.; author (The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism)Mark Ames, Moscow-based journalist; founding editor … Continued


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Saturday Morning Talkies – August 9, 2008

An explosive new book details an impeachable offense: a false pretext for war on Iraq. We talk with the author, Ron Suskind. Guest: Ron Suskind, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, new book "The Way of the World: a story of truth and hope in an age of extremism." With host Kris Welch.


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Saturday Morning Talkies – August 2, 2008

Exxon record profits; the selling of the Great Lakes; a real live energy utopia.  Exxon posted the biggest profits ever by any U.S. corporation: what are they doing with the money?  Has the U.S. Congress moved closer to a sale of Great Lakes water?  And a real town, in the real world, that has achieved … Continued


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Saturday Morning Talkies – July 26, 2008

Impeachment hearing; Congresswoman Barbara Lee; measuring U.S. decline.  Bruce Fein recaps his testimony at the House Committee hearing on impeachment. And a new report details the dramatic decline and decay of economic and social conditions in America since 1990.