Nine Circles of Hell!: Sunday Edition! Nine Circles of Hell!

The Nine Circles of Hell! – all the news that gives you fits in print – is posted each weekday. While we post the nine most hellish news stories we can find Monday through Friday, our Sunday Edition! features writing from the past week – including opinion pieces – by nine of our past guests Read more

The Week in Hell! Nine Circles of Hell!

Every Sunday, This is Hell! will be posting links to articles by some of our past guests. After interviewing thousands of people over the last 14 years, it would be impossible to include the writing by everyone who has every appeared on TiH! Therefore, we offer this simple taste of recent writing by past guests. Read more

Podcast for May 15 Shows

Our guests were: Ira Chernus is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Ira is the author of “American Nonviolence: The History of an Idea ” (Orbis Books) and “Monsters To Destroy: The Neoconservative War on Terror and Sin” (Paradigm Publishers). He recently posted the article, “Blood or Treasure? Obama‚Äôs Crucial Read more

Podcast for Saturday, June 27, 2009 Shows

Ira Chernus is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder and author of “Monsters To Destroy: The Neoconservative War on Terror and Sin” (Paradigm Publishers). This week, he wrote the piece, “Time to Change the Story: Palestinian Violence Overstated, Jewish Violence Understated.” live from Jerusalem, adjunct professor of business at Hebrew Read more

Podcast for Saturday, January 19, 2008 Shows

former UN weapons inspector in Iraq Scott Ritter returns to This is Hell! to talk about his latest writing including, “Presidential Hopefuls Need a Reality Check on Iraq.” His last book was last May’s, “Waging Peace: The Art of War for the Anti-War Movement” (Nation Books). Ira Chernus also returns to This is Hell! Ira Read more

Podcast for Saturday, March 3, 2007 Shows

Phil Gasper teaches philosophy at Notre Dame de Namur University in California and writes the bimonthly "Critical Thinking" column for International Socialist Review. Phil wrote the Counterpunch piece yesterday entitled, "Prisoners of Ideology: America’s draconian approach to criminal justice" Paul Cruickshank, who co-authored the new study "The Iraq Effect: The War in Iraq and its Read more