Podcast for January 16, 2010 Shows

Our guests were: live from London, Peter Hallward professor of Modern European Philosophy at Middlesex University and author of 2008's “Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide, and the Politics of Containment” (Verso Books). This week, Peter wrote the Guardian story, “Our role in Haiti's plight.” journalist Robert Parry, whose work can be found at ConsortiumNews.com. In 1984, Bob won Read more

Podcast January 2, 2010 Shows

This is part two of the Best of This is Hell!: 2009. #5: From January 24th, Kenneth Saltman is associate professor in the department of Educational Policy Studies and Research at DePaul University in Chicago. He is the author, most recently, of “Capitalizing on Disaster: Taking and Breaking Public Schools,” (Paradigm Publishers), and editor of Schooling Read more

Best of This is Hell! for December 26, 2009 Shows

Part one of the 'Best of This is Hell!;2009' included the following interviews. However, the podcast does not exist. #10: From September 26, Stephen Glain is a weekly columnist for the Abu Dhabi English-language paper The National and a regular contributor to the London-based Al Majallah magazine. Stephen has been a business reporter for the South Read more

Podcast for December 19, 2009 Shows

Our guests were: live from Beirut, Martin Chulov is the Baghdad correspondent for The Guardian. This week, Martin posted the article, “Iraq: Water, Water Nowhere,” at the World Policy Journal web site. William Astore is a retired US Air Force lieutenant colonel. Bill taught cadets at the Air Force Academy and officers at the Naval Postgraduate Read more

Podcast for December 12, 2010 Shows

Our guests were: Robert Dreyfuss is Rolling Stone's national security correspondent, and a contributing editor at The Nation where he writes the 'The Dreyfuss Report, blog. Recent entries include, “Fire Gates!,” “Exit 2011, Parts I and II,” “Iran: No Sanctions” and “The Iranian Souffle.”author of “Devil's Game: How the United States Helped Unleash Fundamentalist Islam.” Read more

Website of the Week for December 12, 2009 Website of the Week

http://www.maps.org Not exactly what you might think from the URL, MAPS stands forMultidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. Their statedmission is “to treat conditions for which conventional medicinesprovide limited relief—such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD),pain, drug dependence, anxiety and depression associated withend-of-life issues—by developing psychedelics and marijuana intoprescription medicines to cure many thousands of people by Read more