Emily Matchar talks ‘The New Domesticity.’
Kristen Gwynne on the drug war and law enforcement.
Nicole Aschoff explains explains what’s behind the ‘Imported From Detroit’ PR campaign.
Sarah Jaffe gives ‘Dispatches from the Class War.’
Dave Buchen reports from Puerto Rico.
Greg Palast dissects the FBI’s Chechen investigation.
Kate O’Donnell says, ‘Thank You, Science!
Jeff Dorchen delivers a Moment of Truth.
Middle East correspondent at The Economist Sarah Birke on Syria.
Worker rights activist Charles Kernaghan discusses the Bangladesh garment factory disaster.
Anthropologist Robin Nagle goes “On the Streets and Behind the Trucks with the Sanitation Workers of New York City.”
Psychologist Roland Weierstall describes, “The peculiar psychology of war likely holds answers for avoiding future atrocities.”
FAIR’s Jim Naureckas gives a ‘Bulletin to the Head’ with his media criticism.
Susan Kang, ‘The Solidarity Bitch,’ talks labor.
Elvis DeMorrow skulks into the Konspiracy Korner to find what the Boston bombing has left behind.
Jeff Dorchen delivers a Moment of Truth from Kerala, India.
Al Jazeera’s Asad Hashim on Balochistan, Salon.com’s Alex Pareene talks debt, and sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild dissects ‘The Outsourced Self’
Correspondents will be investigative journalist Greg Palast, LaddieO.com from the hermetically sealed clean room of URL Labs, and Jeff Dorchen will deliver a Moment of Truth live from India.
George Zornick undoes the Obama Social Security myths, Michael Hudson on #OffshoreLeaks, Rami Khouri talks US media coverage of Iran, and Roger Cavazos decodes North Korea.
Correspondents will be Dan Litchfield who talks energy, Danny Muller on activism, and Jeff Dorchen delivers a Moment of Truth.
Victoria Brittain reveals ‘The Forgotten Women of the War on Terror,’ Kevin Gosztola reports on the Bradley Manning trial, Chavala Madlena finds ‘Pentagon’s link to Iraqi torture centers,’ Noam Chomsky wonders if ‘Will Capitalism Destroy Civilization?,’ and Paul Pillar tells us what’s ‘Breeding Anti-US Suspicions.’
Contributors John K. Wilson talks politics and Elvis DeMorrow tells us what’s in the Konspiracy Korner.
Vicky Rateau goes ‘Behind the Brands,’ Flint Taylor reveals torture in Chicago, Meenakshi Ganguly on child sex abuse in India, and Deborah Rogers on the fracking bubble.
Julia Pyper talks climate change adaptation. Doug Clopp on ALEC. Suzanne Goldenberg reveals secret money. John Schmitt dissects the minimum wage.
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ProPublica’s Justin Elliott reveals a US study on Iran ‘pulled for revisions,’ and US arm sales to Bahrain during their bloody crackdown, Matthieu Aikins finds the “Kabubble’ in Afghanistan’s economy, Stephen Zunes gives ‘The Case Against Kerry,’ and Mike Moran uncovers ‘Global Inequality and Its Cost.’
We’re told some ‘Lawpaganda’ by Brian Foley, we hear from David Skalinder gives ‘The View From The Agile Left’ live from London, and Jeff Dorchen delivers a Moment of Truth from Los Angeles.
Journalist Peter Tinti from Mali, writer Nick Turse on ”The American System of Suffering,’ Dean Baker on Aaron Swartz, and Pam Palmater is ‘Idle No More.’
‘The Radical Pessimist,’ a ‘Moment of Truth’ and we introduce a new and very special member of the This is Hell! crew.
This is Hell! is back today, Saturday, January 12, with a live four hour completely unedited and uninterrupted four hours show beginning at 9AM (US central) on Chicago’s Sound Experiment, WNUR 89.3 FM, streaming live here and podcast shortly after at this page. Last week, This is Hell! was ready to air our first show [...]
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