Guantanamo Review Task Force Report is out.

Detainees, Documents and Reports, Investigation/Prosecution, Terrorism, Torture and Detainee Treatment

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Guantanamo Review Task Force Report is out.

Guantanamo Review Task Force – Download Report Guantanamo detainee report is out. It states that 126 detainees should be sent back home or handed over to a third party country. The report states that 36 should be prosecuted and that 48 be detained further under “laws of war”. The 30 Yemenis are left in limbo until […]

Saturday, May 22, 2010 show

Segment One – Jason Leopold discusses BP catastrophe – Atlantis rig safety – Bush DOJ ignored whistleblower Segment 1 – Segment Two-Rep. Luis Gutierrez sends letter to Ken Salazar as part of Ban Permanently campaign Segment 2 – Segment Three-A look at the story of Abu Zubaydah, John Kiriakou and the War on Terror with […]

60 Minutes profiles Deepwater Horizon catastrophe-while lifting some of the work from Jason Leopold

BP/Halliburton Catastrophe

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60 Minutes profiles Deepwater Horizon catastrophe-while lifting some of the work from Jason Leopold

This weekend, 60 minutes ran a powerful segment on the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe. At the heart of the segment was the testimony of Mike Williams, one of the survivors of the rig. What you might not have noticed is the second segment had already been reported by Jason Leopold in April, even relinked here at […]

Saturday, May 15, 2010 show – 9pm EST

ANSWER coaliton SeizeBP campaign – Media Matters on BP/Halliburton spill and Andy Worthington Segment 1 – Matthew Alexander – How To Break A Terrorist Segment 2 – (note: there are portions of the audio which dropped out and were boosted from remaining low volume. They were included to retain as much of what Mr. Alexander […]

Video of Matthew Alexander from Daily Show Dec 2008

Iraq War, Terrorism, Torture, Torture and Detainee Treatment

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Video of Matthew Alexander from Daily Show Dec 2008

In preparation for our interview with Matthew Alexander, we’ll be posting videos and articles to understand the context of his book, “How to break a terrorist”. This is Matthew Alexander from Daily Show in December 2008. The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c Matthew Alexander www.thedailyshow.com Daily Show Full Episodes […]

BP/Halliburton Catastrophe

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BP Flouted US Safety Rules

By Jason Leopold May 5, 2010 Editor’s Note: A common thread through recent disasters – the Wall Street financial collapse, the fatal West Virginia coal mine explosion and the huge oil spill from one of BP’s offshore rigs – has been a lack of effective government oversight. Indeed, over the past three decades as Republicans […]

Saturday Night show, May 8, 2010 - 9pmEST 6pmPST

Radio Shows

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Saturday Night show, May 8, 2010 – 9pmEST 6pmPST

Segment 1 – Media Matters Segment 2 – Barking from the Floor – Audio from Wall Street Segment 3 – Audio from CSPAN-Debate on Prosecuting Detainees Segment 4 – Interview with Col. Morris Davis Segment 5 – Interview with Jason Leopold on BP/Halliburton catastrophe Final Segment – KPUNK Radio with George W Bush We hope […]

Col. Morris Davis-Perfecting a More Perfect Union

General News

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Col. Morris Davis-Perfecting a More Perfect Union

(editors note: I want to thank Col. Morris Davis for letting us reprint his words here for you to share.) My father was a 100 percent disabled veteran of World War II. He left home a healthy man in the prime of life and returned seriously disabled by a broken back during a training accident. […]

All About The Staffers

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All About The Staffers

Voting isn’t the end of a process, but a sort of beginning. So why do so many voters treat it as a finishline instead of a hiring date? Imagine if employers in other fields did this. You start your job after a rigorous process with interviewers, fill out elaborate forms, turn in your resume, buy […]