Windows Media Player and iTunes play the M3U files easily. Clicking on the M3U playlist will automatically launch iTunes. Tested on both Windows XP and Mac OSX. The RAM file is for Real Audio players. If neither works the raw MP3's are provided as well.
Fri., July 14, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Sun., July 9, 2006: Today, July 8, 2006, is Karen's last broadcast. She will be teaching high school students biology and 'critical thinking'! We thank her for her enthusiasm and her broadcasts, and wish her the very best working with young people!
Sat., July 8, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Fri., July 7, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Interview: SamierManusr talks about the war on terror and the views that parts of the Muslim world may have. They also, discuss the concept of Islamo fascism in the minds of neoconservatives and Islamic republicanism. Islamic governments do exist and they share information on that. They talk about the Israel lobby and the Walt Mearsheimer paper. The Palestinian issues now is Israel bullying everyone in Gaza, and threatening Syria too for the return of an Israeli soldier. What does this mean for American policy?
Sat., July 1, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
For the first hour, we have Monica Benderman, wife of consientious objector SSgt Kevin Benderman www.BendermanDefense.org.
During the second hour, a new interview with former Customs Officer and whistleblower/author Darlene Fitzgerald about her new book, Bordergate. Read more about what the federal government doesn't want you to know here: www.BorderGate.net
Fri., June 30, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Todays guest is essayist and journalist Kevin Zeese. He has written for counterpunch.com, lewrockwell.com, and antiwar.com to list only a few. He is also the director of Democracy Rising, website here: www.DemocraceRising.US" For more than 25 years, Kevin Zeese has been advocate for a wide array of social and economic justice issues. He has helped develop more than a dozen advocacy organizations, brought people together to work in coalitions and built movements. Zeese was a founding member of the Montgmery County Coalition Against the War in Maryland. He appears regularly on national television as a commentator on a variety of issues and has been published widely in newspaper and e-news media outlets. He is a founder and director of TrueVoteMD - one of the nation's leading citizen groups working to end paperless electronic voting. See www.TrueVoteMD.org. He serves as President of Vote Trust USA, a coalition of state and local groups working to end paperless computer voting See www.VoteTrustUSA.org." As President of Common Sense for Drug Policy, he is nationally recognized as a leader of the effort to end the war on drugs and put in place a public health approach to drug control. See www.CDSP.org. Zeese has worked on local, state and national political campaigns including serving as Ralph Nader's Press Secretary in 2004.
Sat., June 24, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Repeat of David Ferguson interview
Fri., June 23, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
David Ferguson, economist and teacher, on "Natural Order: Using Complexity Theory To Understand The Nature of Social Problems" His website is here.
Sat., June 17, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
David Danelo, author of Blood Stripes: A Grunt's View of the War in Iraq
Fri., June 16, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
The Friday Round Table edition of American Forum profiles Dr. Walter Block a Libertarian Economicist. For more information visit: www.WalterBlock.com
Sat., June 10, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Second interview with Andy Schmookler, visit Andy's Blog Site
Fri., June 9, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Kee Dewdney www.Physics911.net
Sat., June 3, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Today is a re-play from Sat., May 27th, 2006, an interview with Jim Ryan of West Point Grads Against the War. There is a technical interrupt mid-way in the broadcast, please accept our apologies- we re-connect with Karen via phone after losing cable/internet access with her! www.westpointgradsagainstthewar.org/
Fri., June 2, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Sat., May 27, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Karen speaks with: Jim Ryan, a co-founder of "West Poin Grads Against the War". http://westpointgradsagainstthewar.org/index.htm To see a list of "laws and treaties violated by Pres.G.W. Bush, VP Richard Cheney, Public officals under their authority, and members of the US military under their command": http://westpointgradsagainstthewar.org/laws_and_treat%C4%B1es_violated_by_pr.htm
Fri., May 26, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Sat., May 20, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Karen has Dr. Stephen Sniegoski about the administration's goals in the Iraq war, and the extent of pro-Israeli Likudnik in getting the USA involved in the conflict. Please visit and read: Iraq: Instability intended at: www.thornwalker.com/ditch/offsite_snieg_doliner.htm
Sun., May 14, 2006: Karen has Doug Herman as a guest. www.strike-the-root.com www.strike-the-root.com/archive/herman.html
Sat., May 13, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Sat., May 6, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Jim Bovard discussing Jim's book Attention Deficit Democracy
Sat., April 29, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Rebroadcast of Saturday, April 22, 2006
Sat., April 22, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Dr. Leon Hadar (Leon Hadar's Blog)
Dr. Leon Hadar is a research fellow in foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute, where he analyzes global politics and economics. A former United Nations bureau chief for the Jerusalem Post, he is the Washington correspondent for Singapore Business Times and a contributing editor for the American Conservative magazine. Hadar has written for numerous newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, Foreign Affairs and Foreign Policy and has been interviewed by broadcasting outlets like CNN, BBC and FOX News. He has taught at American University and Mount Vernon College and has been affiliated with think tanks such as the Institute on East-West Security Studies and the Center for International Development and Conflict Management. A graduate of Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Hadar earned his MA degrees from the schools of journalism and international affairs and the Middle East Institute at Columbia University, and his Ph.D. in international relations from American University. He is the author of "Quagmire: America in the Middle East" (Cato Institute, 1992) and of "Sandstorm: Policy Failure in the Middle East" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005).
Sat., April 15, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Darlene Fitzgerald, co-author of Border Gate (See also: National Security Whistleblowers Coalition)
There is a cancer growing on the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The best and brightest agents we have are being systematically harassed out of DHS. This is a story of bureaucracy run amok at the expense of our national security. We are less safe now than before “9-11”, even though billions of taxpayer dollars have been spent. Why? This is the gripping true story of National Security Whistleblowers and their courageous fight for justice against the very people who are supposed to be protecting us. If these whistleblowers lose their fight we all lose. What America’s enemies have not been able to accomplish will be done instead from within our own government.
Sat., April 8, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
For the first hour we had Bill Blum, noted author of several books on the CIA and U.S. foreign policy, including the recently published Rogue State: A Guide to the World's Only Superpower (See description here.)
This book, or at least its title, may be familiar to you, because in Osama bin Ladin's last audio tape, he recommended all Americans read this book. This is not the kind of endorsement most authors welcome, but in fact Bill Blum has a great deal of information about how we really do conduct our foreign policy around the world, and how the whole system works.
Sat., April 1, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Brad Edmonds is a frequent contributor to LewRockwell.com, and author of There's a Government in Your Soup. He spoke with us about many things -- but in particular his "Abolishing Government" series. Brad Edmond's archives can be found here. He also is exceptionally well-versed in topics relating to food -- so if you are interested in good food, healthy food, food that cures your ills, or would just like to eliminate excessive govenment and convince your friends and neighbors to go along with your anarchocapitalist ideas -- tune into this archive.
Sat., March 25, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Jacob Hornberger with the Future of Freedom Foundation
Sat., March 18, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Rebroadcast of Saturday, March 11, 2006
Sat., March 11, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guests: Nancy Lessin and Charley Richardson of Military Families Speak Out (also see www.BringThemHomeNow.org) and during the 2nd hour are also joined by Pat Gunn, a Navy Veteran and member of Veterans for Peace.
Sat., March 4, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Michael Badnarik (www.Badnarik.org and www.ConstitutionPreservation.org, 512-637-6860)
Sat., February 25, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Winslow T. Wheeler, author of The Wastrels of Defense: How Congress Sabotages U.S. Security
Sat., February 18, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: William R. Clark, author of Petrodollar Warfare: Oil, Iraq and the Future of the Dollar. William Clark has received two Project Censored awards, first in 2003 for his ground-breaking research on the Iraq War, oil currency conflict, and U.S. geostrategy and again in 2005 for his research on Iran's upcoming euro-denominated oil bourse. He is an Information Security Analyst, and holds a Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Information and Telecommunication Systems from Johns Hopkins University. He lives in Rockville, Maryland.
Sat., February 11, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Mike Palecek, author of Looking for Bigfoot - "The American Dream — psst ... it's not real. Wake up! Looking for Bigfoot is the story of Jack Robert King, American writer and talk radio personality, who sets off from the family home in Iowa in search of reality, to find the truth buried within the myth about America."
Sat., February 4, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Jason Christopher Hartley discussing his experiences in Iraq and his book Just Another Soldier: A Year on the Ground in Iraq
Sat., January 28, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Dr. Andrew Bard Schmookler, an author, speaker, and radio talk-show host who makes regular speaking appearances. His latest Book, "Debating the Good Society: A Quest to Bridge America's Moral Divide", explores some of the basic issues that underlie this country's political and cultural polarization. www.NoneSoBlind.org.
Sat., January 21, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Lew Rockwell He is the author of Speaking of Liberty, an anthology of editorials which he originally published on his web site and speeches that he delivered at various speaking engagements. Rockwell is also publisher--along with the Mises Institute--of the Journal of Libertarian Studies. www.LewRockwell.com
Sat., January 14, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
Guest: Monica Benderman, wife of "Prisoner of Conscience" Kevin Benderman. Sgt. Kevin Benderman is a Conscientious Objector to war. His public statement to this has angered the US Army. Conscientious Objection is not something the Army wants soldiers to be aware of. It is not something the Army wants soldiers to consider. It is the worst enemy of the United States Army. But it is a legal enemy, legally accessible to any soldier who wants to take the arduous path to his own peace, and ultimately wage war with the mighty military machine. www.BendermanTimeline.com - www.BendermanDefense.org
Sat., January 7, 2006: Playlists: M3U | RAM (Individual MP3s: Hr1 Hr2 )
And tonight's radio guest is Iraqi vet Tomas Young. Pfc. Tomas Young, 25 years old, was sent to Iraq last year with the Army's 1st Cavalry Division. He joined the military for college money to further his education and, in his own words, "to exact some form of retribution" on the perpetrators of 9/11. Two-and-a-half weeks into his tour of duty, Young was paralyzed from the chest down after being struck by an AK-47 round while sitting in an open truck bed. Since returning home, he has joined Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) and has become an outspoken critic of the war and occupation. Check out antiwar.com and www.ivaw.net.
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