I will be on the “Born on the Fourth of July” radio show with host Barbara Whiteley today (Wed., 10/25) for one hour starting at 2 p.m. Eastern time. You can listen live on the net here (link is in the upper right corner). The station is at 630 AM on the dial.
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Editor & Publisher posted online this afternoon my piece on a Washington Post article that made me shake my head ruefully at the breakfast table. Update: Washington Post columnist Dan Froomkin quoted a chunk of this column in his blog today here. How to Make a Power Grab ‘Mundane’ The Washington Post’s story today – […]
The feds have become super vigilant in tapping our phone calls, tracing our movements, and intruding into our lives over the last 5 years. Wouldn’t it be great to have hidden microphones around the White House this morning to hear what was said by dignitaries, congressmen, and other sociopaths invited for the signing ceremony of […]
Politics & Prose Bookstore in DC had a book event tonight for Attitude 3 – a collection of the work of “the New Subversive Online Cartoonists.” The book, edited with questions and commentary throughout by Ted Rall, features the work of people more than happy to expose the lies and crimes of the Bush regime. Many […]
Scott Horton has converted our interview from yesterday into an MP3 which can be easily downloaded here.
Scott Horton will be having me on his show on KAOS radio tomorrow (Tuesday, 10/03) evening at 6 pm Eastern. You can listen online live here. Or tune up in the Austin, Texas area at 92.7 FM. We will be bantering on torture, dictatorship, Attention Deficit Democracy, and, if I’m lucky, beer. Scott is a […]
The prize for the headline of the year goes to today’s Washington Post for the following gem: “Many Rights in U.S. Legal System Absent in New Bill” The Post article on the military tribunal bill the Senates passed yesterday details some of the legal and procedural rights that people seized as “enemy combatants” will not […]