Sunday Morning Edition! includes writing by past guests Steven Aftergood, Uri Avnery, Glenn Greenwald, Lewis Lapham, John Nichols, Robert Scheer, Matt Taibbi, John Vidal and David Vine
Sunday Morning Edition! includes writing by past guests Steven Aftergood, Glenn Greenwald, Hussein Ibish, Lewis Lapham, Ray McGovern, Seamus Milne, Frances Fox Piven, Matt Taibbi and Paul Waldman.
Featuring writing from the past week by past guests Laila al-Arian, Dean Baker, Phyllis Bennis, John Cassidy, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Andy Kroll, Lewis Lapham, Matt Taibbi and Mark Weisbrot.
Saturday, June 18, 2011, This is Hell! broadcast a live and completely uninterrupted four hour show on WNUR 89.3FM, Chicago’s Sound Experiment. Your bitter blind broke gap-toothed radio show host Chuck Mertz interviewed: Laura Carlsen is director of the Mexico City-based Americas Program of the Center for International Policy and a columnist at Foreign Policy [...]
“The Best of This is Hell!: 2010, Part One” featured interviews broadcast earlier this year with … art historian Simon Schama, economist Moshe Adler Atlantic writer Don Peck on “How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America’ founder and chairman of the Cancer Prevention Coalition Dr. Samuel Epstien Just Detention International’s Cynthia Totten Lapham Quarterly’s [...]
During our special ‘Best of’ edition’ we played interviews including … From March 13 … Melvin Goodman is the national security and intelligence columnist for truthout.org. Melvin’s most recent writing at truthout includes, Too Much Bang, Bang: The Need to Demilitarize US ‘National Security’,” “The Secret History of Gen. Alexander Haig,” and the two-parter, “President [...]
Our guests were: Lewis Lapham is editor of Lapham’s Quarterly and the former editor of Harper’s Magazine, Lewis is the author of, most recently, “Pretensions to Empire: Notes on the Criminal Folly of the Bush Administration” (New Press). This week, Lewis posted the Lapham's Quarterly article, “The Great White Whale in San Francisco Bay: Or How the [...]