Podcast for February 19 Shows

Your bitter blind broke gap-toothed radio show host Chuck Mertz interviewed: Matthew Rothschild is editor of the Madison, Wisconsin, based magazine The Progressive. Matthew recently wrote the article, “Glorious Rallies in Madison, Ground Zero of the Fight Back.” Award-winning journalist and cultural historian Jeff Biggers is the author of, “Reckoning at Eagle Creek, The United Read more

Mitchell confused on his history Uncategorized

“On the Charlie Rose programme in January, he recounted a story about a lecture he delivered in Israel a year before his appointment, telling of his involvement in Northern Ireland. Asked afterwards by a member of the audience about the length of the Northern Ireland conflict, Mitchell confirmed it had been 800 years. His questioner Read more

Exposure to CT and xray holds some risk Uncategorized

There are more doctors and patients asking questions about the necessity of CT scans and xrays.  Whistleblowers are losing their jobs over this one, which probably means there is some truth to it. The practice of limiting radiation to children has been relatively widespread in the world of pediatrics and now becoming more common in Read more

Let Caster Run! Uncategorized

Former guest Dave Zirin and Sherry Jones weigh in on the recent controversy caused by athlete Caster Semenya due to the possibility that she lucienne cigarette cases is 'intersex.' http://edgeofsports.com/2010-04-02-514/index.html lucienne cigarette cases zp8497586rq

Podcast for Saturday, September 5, 2009 Shows

Danny Weil has written a three-part series on charter schools for Counterpunch. Danny is an attorney with thirty years experience as well as a union organizer. Danny is also a former primary school teacher in Los Angeles and works as an educational and organizational management consultant. He is currently director of the Critical Thinking Institute, Read more

Podcast for Saturday, May 9, 2009 Shows

John Dunbar is the Center for Public Integrity’s lead writer/researcher on their new report, “Who’s Behind The Financial Meltdown?” John covered information technology and economics for the Washington, DC, bureau of The Associated Press. He was also an investigative reporter with the Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville. attorney and investigator John Sifton is the Executive Director Read more

Podcast for Saturday, March 28, 2009 Shows

journalist Robert Parry, whose work can be found at ConsortiumNews.com, returned to This is Hell! In 1984, Bob won the prestigious Polk Award for National Reporting by breaking many of the Iran-Contra stories for Newsweek and The Associated Press. His recent columns include, “Lost History Hurts Obama’s Iran Bid” and “WPost Elitists Feel for Wall Read more

Podcast for Saturday, January 17, 2009 Shows

investigative journalist Russ Baker is founder of WhoWhatWhy/the Real News Project, a nonpartisan, nonprofit investigative news organization. Russ’s exclusive reporting on George W. Bush’s military record won him a 2005 Deadline Club Award. His new book is “Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, the Powerful Forces That Put It in the White House, and What Read more