Archive for September 2012

Guests Prof. Juan Cole, Rick Rozoff.

How to steal an election – look at voter fraud that the tactics of Karl Rove, the Koch Gang, the GOP (and Dems), ALEC, et al use to swing the elections and ways to protect your vote

Greg Palast is a journalist’s journalist, with the BBC and the British newspaper The Guardian, who has been called by the Tribune in the UK “the most important investigative journalist in our time.” He has won many awards including from the Financial Times,  the National Press Club and the George Orwell Courage in Journalism. In the past his investigations have included cover-ups, racketeering, and bribery among the big oil and energy companies and the nuclear industries fraudulent site testing and lies over nuclear reactor safety measures.  His new book is Billionaires and Ballot Bandits: How to Steal an Election in 9 Easy Steps

Prof. Harvey Wasserman is a professor of history at Columbus State College and Capital University in Ohio.  He is an investigative journalist, author and has been a national voice in the anti-war and anti-nuclear movements for four decades. He is also a senior advisor for Greenpeace USA and the Nuclear Information and Resource Service.  Among his many books are “George W Bush vs. the Superpower of Peace” and  most recently  an e-book introduced by Greg Palast  -- “Will the GOP Steal America’s 2012 Elections”

911 report with Susan Lindauer, former US intelligence asset who gave advance warning about the 911 attacks.

Military and intelligence domestic surveillance on the American public

David Rosen is a journalist, author and business development consultant who has specialized in investigating American history and government policy, the media and technology. His articles appear AlterNet, CounterPunch, Huffington Post, The Brooklyn Rail and Counterpoint in India.  He is also the author of the “Media Current” blog for Filmmaker magazine and was a consultant for the Sundance Institute.  In the past, Dave served on the boards and was treasurer for PBS’s Independent Television Service and as well as been an advisor to the Ford, Rockefeller, Johnson and Benton Foundations and a consultant for Rep. Richard Gephardt and Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak

Professor Andrew Kolin is professor of political science at Hilbert College in Hamburg, New York, where he specializes in American political thought, civil liberties, US foreign policy, and constitutional law. Much of his recent work has focused on the conflicts between state power and democracy and the history of the US turning into a police state.  His latest book published this year is “State Power and Democracy: Before and During the Presidency of George W Bush” which traces the history of American politics for sowing the seeds for a national police state from the founding of the republic to the present

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