Host: Stephen Lendman
Monday, February 23rd
Diana Johnstone is a noted political writer, essayist, and activist. From 1979 - 1990, she was European editor for In These Times and was press officer for the Green group in the European Parliament from 1990 - 1996.
Her books include "The Politics of Euromissiles" and "Fools' Crusade" on the 1990s Balkan wars.
The Obama administration, geopolitics, and global wars will be discussed.
Tuesday, February 24th
Irving Wesley Hall is a longtime activist who's taught English, political science, philosophy, economics, and history at California and New York colleges, most recently American History and Research Methods at the State University of New York at Morrisville.
Christian Zionism will be discussed, including Irving's writing and TV documentaries on the topic.
Wednesday, February 25th
Dahr Jamail is an activist and independent award-winning journalist who reported "unembedded" from Iraq for eight months from 2003 - 2005. His Dahr Jamail's MidEast Dispatches are featured on his web site - dahrjamailiraq.com.
He's also the author of "Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq".
Dahr recently returned to Iraq and is now back. Discussion will focus on what he saw as well as his views on the occupation overall.
Thursday, February 26th
SueAnn Arrigo is a physician and former CIA insider turned whistleblower. Last week, she told the Justice Department and ACLU that days earlier CIA operatives tortured her in spite of an Obama EO banning the practice, or at least claiming to.
The Obama administration's torture policy will be discussed.
Friday will be a rebroadcast.
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