Guests today are Robert Abele and live from Tripoli, Libya Mahdi Nazemroaya.

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Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return money power to the people where it belongs.

Brown's latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest today is: Bob Chapman

For over 50 years, Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, and now does it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster. It's a vital resource for information ignored in the mainstream. His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guest today is: Bob Chapman

For over 50 years, Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, and now does it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster. It's a vital resource for information ignored in the mainstream. His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guests are James Fetzer and John Pilger

Fetzer is the distinguished Department of Philosophy McKnight University Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. He's a prolific author of numerous articles and over 20 books in the philosophy of science and on the theoretical foundations of computer science, artificial intelligence and cognitive science. He's also the founder of Scholars for 9/11 truth, a non-partisan association of faculty, students, and scholars, dedicated to exposing official lies, removing the shroud of deceit, and revealing truths behind 9/11.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

Pilger is an award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker. His achievements include years as a foreign and war correspondent, 10 books, and other frequent writings. In June, the Lannan Foundation cancelled the premiere showing of his new film, "The War You Don't See."

Discussion will focus on the film's theme (war and media) and why Lannan banned it.

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Guests are Max Keiser and Kathy Kelly

Keiser is a former Wall Street broker turned filmmaker, TV host and critic extraordinaire, examining predatory financial practices. He currently hosts Press TV's "On the Edge" and Russia Today's "The Keiser Report" with Stacy Herbert, a dynamic duo of real commentary and analysis.

Kelly is a long-time political/social/anti-war activist and coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence (VCNV). In 1996, she helped establish Voices in the Wilderness to end the repressive US/UN Iraq sanctions. VCNV is a dedicated resistance campaign against imperial wars, violence, and the "war on terror," abroad and at home. Kelly recently participated in the Freedom Flotilla II humanitarian mission as a passenger aboard the US Boat to Gaza/Audacity of Hope.

Discussion will focus on what she and others experienced.

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Guest: David Protess

Protess founded and directed the Medill Innocence Project at Northwestern University until he was wrongfully suspended. He now heads the Chicago Innocence Project (ChIP), continuing his work to expose miscarriages of justice that earned him numerous distinguished awards. His suspension, subsequent resignation, and continued work for justice will be discussed.

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Guest: Edward Herman

Herman is Professor Emeritus of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School where he taught for many years. He's also an economist, political and media analyst, prolific writer and author of numerous books, as well as a long-time critic of America's imperial policies and media misinformation about them.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Adrian Salbucci

Salbuchi is a researcher, author, journalist, speaker, and international consultant on political and public risk management, having held top management posts in major multinational risk management companies.

Major world issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Denis Rancourt

Rancourt is a distinguished tenured Professor of Physics, a recognized expert in his field, and an Environmental Science Researcher at the University of Ottawa, Canada.

Yet he was persecuted, unfairly fired, and barred from campus - a gross violation of his academic freedom, tenure, stature, and support for human rights, civil liberties and equal justice.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: John McMurtry

McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer Stage of Capitalism," and "Value Wars." McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Bob Chapman

For over 50 years, Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, now doing it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster. It's a vital resource for information ignored by the mainstream.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed, focusing on a potentially major negative market inflection point.

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Guest: James Petras

Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.

He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "The Arab Revolt and the Imperialist Counterattack."

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: John Kozy

Kozy is a retired philosophy professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest: Ellen Brown

Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return money power to the people where it belongs.

Brown's latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest: Gilad Atzmon

Atzmon is an Israeli-born musician/writer/activist critic of Israeli repression against Palestinians and its Arab citizens. He's also the author of "The Wandering Who?" His new book and Middle East/North African issues will be discussed. Middle East issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Jack Rasmus

Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression." His forthcoming book is titled, "Obama's Economy: Recovery for the Few." In the wake of convulsive financial markets, his latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guest: Robert Abele

Abele is Professor of Humanities and Philosophy at Diablo Valley College, CA. He also authored four books, including "Democracy Gone" and "Anatomy of a Deception" about the Iraq invasion, occupation, and preparation for the next deception. Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: James Fetzer

Fetzer is the distinguished Department of Philosophy McKnight University Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. He's a prolific author of numerous articles and over 20 books on the philosophy of science, and the theoretical foundations of computer science, artificial intelligence and cognitive science.

He's also the founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, a non-partisan association of faculty, students, and scholars, dedicated to exposing official lies, removing the shroud of deceit, and revealing truths behind 9/11.

That seminal event and its aftermath will be discussed.

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Guests: Mahdi Nazemroaya and Ray McGovern

Nazemroaya is a Middle East/Central Asian analyst and Research Associate for the Center for Research on Globalization. Since June, he and other independent journalists reported truthfully on NATO's Libya war, putting themselves at great risk doing it.

He's now home safely and will discuss what he saw firsthand.

McGovern is a retired CIA officer (1963 - 1990), turned activist and political critic, addressing major world and national issues in lectures, interviews, and frequent articles.

His latest world and national views will be discussed.

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Guest: Bob Chapman

For over 50 years, Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, now doing it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster. It's a vital resource for information ignored by the mainstream.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guests: Mahdi Nazemroaya and Bruce Gagnon

Nazemroaya is a Middle East/Central Asian analyst and Research Associate for the Center for Research on Globalization.

Since June, he and other independent journalists reported truthfully on NATO's Libya war, putting themselves at great risk doing it.

He'll discuss what he saw firsthand.

Gagnon is co-founder and coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space. He's also provided extensive coverage of America's plan for a greater Asian footprint on Jeju Island, South Korea.

It's effect and implication for the region, island, and its residents will be discussed.

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Guest: Paul Craig Roberts

Roberts was former Assistant Treasury Secretary under Ronald Reagan, a Wall Street Journal Associate Editor, and holder of numerous academic appointments, including at Georgetown University's Center for Strategic and International Studies.

He now prominently criticizes destructive, repressive state policies, harming people everywhere.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: James Petras

Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.

He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "The Arab Revolt and the Imperialist Counterattack."

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: John McMurtry

McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer State of Capitalism," and "Value Wars."

McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Ellen Brown

Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return power to the people where it belongs.

Her latest writing will be discussed.

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Robert Abele
Abele is Professor of Humanities and Philosophy at Diable Valley College, CA. He also authored four book, including "Democracy Gone and "Anatomy of a Deception" about the Iraq invasion, occupation, and preparation for the next deception.
Major world and national issues will be discussed
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Guest: John Kozy

Kozy is a retired philosophy professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest: John Kozy

Kozy is a retired philosophy professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest: John Kozy

Kozy is a retired philosophy professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest: Jack Rasmus

Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression."

His forthcoming book is titled, "Obama's Economy: Recovery for the Few."

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Guest: Ann Wright
Former US Army colonel/State Department diplomat became an outspoken critic of America's imperial wars. As a result, she resigned in protest against Iraq's 2003 invasion.
Major world and national issues will be discussed.
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Guests: Francis Boyle, Tod Fletcher and Elizabeth Woodworth
International law and human rights expert Law Professor Francis Boyle wrote the book on Palestinian statehood and how it can now be achieved in days by following proper procedures.
He'll explain so everyone will know.
Fletcher co-produces Pacifica Radio KPFA's "Guns and Butter," hosted by Bonnie Faulkner, a program featuring in-depth discussions of key world and national topics.
He also works with David Ray Griffin, helping him with eight of his books, including "9/11: Ten Years Later," the topic of today's discussion.
Woodworth is a writer and former head librarian for the British Columbia Ministry of Health (1978 - 2002). Her writing focuses mostly on social justice issues. She also works closely with Griffin, including on his newest book.
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Guest: Gerald Celente

Trends strategist Gerald Celente founded The Trends Research Institute in 1980. He's also the author of Trends 2000 and publishes the quarterly Trends Journal, providing timely, comprehensive, accurate business, economic, political, social, technology, and other forecasts on "over 300 different trend categories."

His latest world views will be discussed.

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Guest: William Cook

Cook is a writer, author, and Professor of English at the University of La Verne, CA, where he served earlier as Vice President for Academic Affairs for 13 years.

His books include "Cultural Expressions of Evil and Wickedness," "Psalms for the 21st Century," and his edited one, "The Plight of the Palestinians."

World issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Mickey Huff

Mickey Huff is a California-based Professor of History at Diablo Valley College and Director of Project Censored (PC) and the Media Freedom Foundation. MFF supports First Amendment freedoms and investigative research, and works closely with PC and other media related organizations.

PC is the media democracy advocacy group that publishes vital news stories suppressed or censored in the mainstream.

Each year, it ranks the top 25 and publishes them in its yearbook, Censored: Media Democracy in Action. The latest Censored 2011: The Top Censored Stories of 2009 - 10 can be purchased at projectcensored.org/store.

The latest PC yearbook will be discussed.

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Guest: Bob Chapman

For over 50 years, Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, now doing it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster. It's a vital resource for information ignored by the mainstream.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guest: James Petras
Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.
He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "The Arab Revolt and the Imperialist Counterattack."
Major world and national issues will be discussed.
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Guest: Jennifer Loewenstein
Loewenstein teaches at the University of Wisconsin and is Associate Director of its Middle East Studies Program.
She's also a board member of the Israeli Coalition against House Demolitions-USA branch, founder of the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project, and a freelance journalist.
Palestinian issues, including statehood and full de jure UN membership will be discussed.

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Guest: John Kozy

Kozy is a retired philosophy professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest:  Kevin Barrett

Barrett is a scholar, university lecturer, and author. His book titled "Questioning the War on Terror" rips apart conventional views. It exposes motives behind it. They're sinister ones to engender fear, wage imperial wars, and impose draconian homeland repression.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Adrian Salbuchi
Salbuchi is a researcher, author, journalist, speaker, and international consultant on political and public risk management, having held top management posts in major multinational risk management companies.
Major world issues will be discussed.
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Guest: Stjepan Mestrovic

Mestrovic is Professor of Sociology at Texas A & M University and author of "The Good Soldier on Trial: A Sociological Study of Misconduct by the US Military Pertaining to Operation Iron Triangle."

Attorney Paul Bergrin's case will be discussed. Accused of crimes he never committed, he's on trial for doing his job responsibly.

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Guest: Robert Abele
Abele is Professor of Humanities and Philosophy at Diablo Valley College, CA. He also authored four books, including "Democracy Gone" and "Anatomy of a Deception" about the Iraq invasion, occupation, and preparation for the next deception.
Major world and national issues will be discussed.
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Guest: Ann Wright
Former US Army colonel/State Department diplomat became an outspoken critic of America's imperial wars. As a result, she resigned in protest against Iraq's 2003 invasion.
Major world and national issues will be discussed.
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Guest: James Petras

Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.

He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "The Arab Revolt and the Imperialist Counterattack."

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Ellen Brown
Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.
She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return power to the people where it belongs.
Her latest writing will be discussed.
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Guest: Mohammad Marandi

Marandi is an Associate Professor at the University of Tehran. He also chairs their North American studies department.

Discussion will focus on Iran, Syria and other Middle East issues.

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Guest: James Fetzer

Fetzer is the distinguished Department of Philosophy McKnight University Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota, Duluth.

He's a prolific author of numerous articles and over 20 books in the philosophy of science and on the theoretical foundations of computer science, artificial intelligence and cognitive science.

He's also the founder of Scholars for 9/11 truth, a non-partisan association of faculty, students, and scholars, dedicated to exposing official lies, removing the shroud of deceit, and revealing truths behind 9/11.

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Guest: John Kozy

Kozy is a retired philosophy professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest: Herbert Bix

Herbert Bix is a Professor of History at Binghamton University, New York. A noted Asian/Japanese scholar, he writes often on issues of war and America's empire.

His books include "Peasant Protest in Japan, 1590 - 1884," acclaimed as one of the best ever on peasant rebellions in premodern societies.

His "Making of Modern Japan" won the 2001 nonfiction Pulitzer prize.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Jack Rasmus

Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression."

His forthcoming book is titled, "Obama's Economy: Recovery for the Few."

His current views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guest: Andrew Kolin

Kolin is Professor of Political Science at Hilbert College. His books include "State Power and Democracy," "State Structure and Genocide," and "State Power and Democracy." It discusses his thesis that America is now a police state.

That topic and his book will be discussed.

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Guest: Rodney Shakespeare
Shakespeare is a Professor of Binary Economics at Trisakti University, Britain where he teaches postgraduate Islamic Economics and Finance.
He's also a qualifed UK Barrister, co-founder of the Global Justice Movement, and distinguished writer, scholar and lecturer, particularly at Islamic conferences on money, the real economy, and social and economic justice.
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Guest: Adrian Salbuchi
Salbuchi is a researcher, author, journalist, speaker, and international consultant on political and public risk management, having held top management posts in major multinational risk management companies.
Major world issues will be discussed.
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Bob Chapman

For over 50 years, Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, now doing it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster. It's a vital resource for information ignored by the mainstream.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guest: Elizabeth Woodworth
Woodworth is a writer and former head librarian for the British Columbia Ministry of Health (1978 - 2002). Her writing focuses mostly on social justice issues. She also works closely with David Ray Griffin on 9/11 related issues.
Discussion will focus on their vital Consensus 9/11 project. It compiled compelling "best evidence" on 9/11 truth. Tune in and hear it firsthand.

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John McMurtry

McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer State of Capitalism," and "Value Wars."

McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Ellen Brown
Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.
She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return power to the people where it belongs.
Her latest writing will be discussed.
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Guest: Francis Boyle

Boyle is a distinguished University of Illinois law professor, activist, and internationally recognized expert on international law and human rights.

His many books include "Palestine, Palestinians and International Law," "Biowarfare and Terrorism," and his newest titled, "United Ireland: Human Rights and International Law."

Discussion will focus on Boyle's new book and related issues.

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Guest: Mahdi Nazemroaya
Nazemroaya is a Middle East/Central Asian analyst and Research Associate of the Center for Research on Globalization.
During the Libyan war, he spent months in Tripoli and reported accurately on what major media scoundrels suppressed.
Discussion will focus on Washington's rage for more Middle East war as it targets Syria and Iran for regime change.
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Rachael Rudolph

Rudolph is Managing Editor of Encompassing Crescent. It's an online monthly magazine designed to bring together academics, activists, journalists, policy-makers, and political figures to facilitate and promote dialogue on vital global issues.

She also heads the International Relations for Facilitate Global, an NGO promoting peace, human rights, and economic change.

Currently, she's pursuing a research project in Saudi Arabia for a forthcoming book on Saudi-Western Relations.

Major regional issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Jack Rasmus
Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression."
His forthcoming book is titled, "Obama's Economy: Recovery for the Few."
His current views on the economy will be discussed.
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Guest:  Herbert Bix

Bix is a Professor of History at Binghamton University, New York. A noted Asian/Japanese scholar, he writes often on issues of war and America's empire.

His books include "Peasant Protest in Japan, 1590 - 1884," acclaimed as one of the best ever on peasant rebellions in premodern societies.

His "Making of Modern Japan" won the 2001 nonfiction Pulitzer prize.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest:  Mickey Huff

Mickey Huff is a California-based Professor of History at Diablo Valley College and Director of Project Censored (PC) and the Media Freedom Foundation. MFF supports First Amendment freedoms and investigative research, and works closely with PC and other media related organizations.

PC is the media democracy advocacy group that publishes vital news stories suppressed or censored in the mainstream.

Each year, it ranks the top 25 and publishes them in its yearbook, Censored: Media Democracy in Action. The latest Censored 2011: The Top Censored Stories of 2009 - 10 can be purchased at projectcensored.org/store.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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For over 50 years, Bob Chapman has written on business, economics and politics, now doing it twice weekly as owner and editor of the International Forecaster. It's a vital resource for information ignored by the mainstream.

His latest views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guest:  Ellen Brown

Brown is a civil litigation attorney, distinguished author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is a brilliant analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can get it back.

She also heads the Public Banking Institute (PBI), an initiative to return power to the people where it belongs.

Her latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest:  John McMurtry

McMurtry is an internationally recognized moral and political philosopher who is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

His volumes on Philosophy and World Problems for UNESCO are globally published, and his widely translated works include the influential books, "Unequal Freedoms," "The Cancer State of Capitalism," and "Value Wars."

McMurtry is also an active public advocate for global justice, world peace, and international law.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest:  James Petras

Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus, a noted figure on the left, a distinguished Latin American expert, and longtime chronicler of the region's popular struggles.  He's also a consummate scholar and prolific writer of hundreds of articles and dozens of books, including his latest titled, "The Arab Revolt and the Imperialist Counterattack."

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Shakespeare is a Professor of Binary Economics at Trisakti University, Britain where he teaches postgraduate Islamic Economics and Finance.

He's also a qualifed UK Barrister, co-founder of the Global Justice Movement, and distinguished writer, scholar and lecturer, particularly at Islamic conferences on money, the real economy, and social and economic justice.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest:  Peter Phillips

Phillips is a Sonoma State University Sociology Professor and former Director of Project Censored (PC). He's currently President of the Media Freedom Foundation (MFF) initiative for First Amendment freedoms and investigative research, working closely with PC and other media related organizations.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Paul Craig Roberts

Roberts was former Assistant Treasury Secretary under Ronald Reagan, a Wall Street Journal Associate Editor, and holder of numerous academic appointments, including at Georgetown University's Center for Strategic and International Studies.

He now prominently criticizes destructive, repressive state policies, harming people everywhere.

Major world and national issues will be discussed.

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Guest: Jack Rasmus

Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, "Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression."

His forthcoming book is titled, "Obama's Economy: Recovery for the Few."

His current views on the economy will be discussed.

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Guest:  John Kozy

Kozy is a retired philosophy professor, now writing on social, political and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been writing for many more.

Visit his web site at www.jkozy.com

His latest writing will be discussed.

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Guest:  Matthew Witt

Witt's a University of La Verne, CA Associate Professor of Public Administration. His published work with others shows shadow governing entities and state crimes against democracy undermine America's legitimacy and founding doctrine.

His work appears in Administration & Society, American Behavioral Scientist, and Public Integrity.

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Guest:  Finian Cunningham

Cunningham is a musician, writer and activist based in Northern Ireland when he's not on site elsewhere doing research.  Earlier he spent months in Bahrain, writing about brutal Al-Khalifa monarchy repression.  Currently, he's on the Horn of Africa covering struggles in that strategic part of the world, but not ignoring other vital issues.

Key ones will be discussed.

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Guest:  William Cook

Cook is a writer, author, and Professor of English at the University of La Verne, CA, where he served earlier as Vice President for Academic Affairs for 13 years.  His books include "Cultural Expressions of Evil and Wickedness," "Psalms for the 21st Century," and his edited one, "The Plight of the Palestinians."

World issues will be discussed.

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