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MP3 Talking Korean and Kosovo Atrocities with Scott Horton

From the ScottHorton.org website: 6/26/20 Jim Bovard on American Atrocities in Kosovo and Korea Jim Bovard exposes the false claim that Bill Clinton presided over a peaceful administration, pointing out the horrible atrocities of the “humanitarian” intervention in Kosovo. Clinton launched this intervention, claims Bovard, as a distraction from his personal scandals, under the dubious […]

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Duncan Lemp Killing & Coverup – My Update with Scott Horton Show

Libertarian Institute boss Scott Horton had me back on his radio show this morning to discuss the latest on the Duncan Lemp case.   Lemp was fatally wounded when a Montgomery County SWAT team fired through his bedroom window without warning at 4:30 a.m. on March 12.  The fatal assault was propelled after the Montgomery County […]

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MP3 – Bombing Serbia BS on the Scott Horton Show

Forgotten lies almost guarantee new political treachery. 20 years ago, President Bill Clinton commenced bombing Serbia and killing hundreds of Serb women & children in the name of human rights, justice, and ethnic tolerance. My old friend Scott Horton and I gave a hearty flogging to that BS on his show, pegged to my FFF […]

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My Interview on William Barr & Ruby Ridge – Scott Horton Show

My old friend Scott Horton and I had a rattling good chat on Trump Attorney General nominee William Barr’s boundless affection for FBI snipers who perchance kill innocent Americans (spurred by my article last week for American Conservative). Barr championed immunity for Lon Horiuchi, the FBI agent who gunned down Vicki Weaver in her cabin […]

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Bashing Woodrow Wilson & World War One on Scott Horton Show

Libertarian talk show superstar Scott Horton and I had a rowdy chat earlier this week on Woodrow Wilson and World War One (spurred by my USA Today oped).  We had fun smacking around Wilson for dragging the U.S. into a conflict that opened a Pandora’s Box for so many subsequent wars and dictators.   I admit I […]

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