Posts Tagged ‘AntiWar.com’

Jason Ditz, news editor at AntiWar.com, discussed the Orwellian ‘end’ to the Iraq War at AntiWar Radio with Scott Horton (20:48):

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Posted by Angela Keaton, AntiWar.com development director, at the AntiWar.com blog:

Antiwar Radio can now be heard Monday through Friday, 12-3pm Eastern at Liberty Radio Network.

For you long time listeners, Antiwar Radio will continue to air on KAOS Radio 95.9 FM in Austin, KPFK Pacifica Radio 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, 98.7 FM in Santa Barbara, KUCR 88.3 FM in Riverside, and Antiwar.com.

We have a special feature to better utilize Scott Horton’s heroic AntiWar Radio into the content of this site and display the vital substance of his conversations. He says the show is “revisionist history in real time”. Our plan to select interviews he conducts and dissect them in depth and lead you to them with supplemental information.

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AntiWar.com has posted a rebuttal to its editorial director Justin Raimondo’s column from yesterday calling for harsher enforcement on illegal immigration that Sayyid and I immediately jumped on. We applaud it and maintain our respect for the group affiliated with the site that never ceased. While standing by the moral indignation Mr. Raimondo’s column aroused in us, he is still one of the commentators on geopolitics we trust and admire most. Read the column by Anthony Gregory and Eric Garris, Mr. Raimondo’s co-founder at AntiWar.com’s, response here.

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Little Alex and Sayyid’s joint response to an editor of AntiWar.com’s stance against open borders.

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Video report provided by RAWA the day of the Granai Massacre, of which WikiLeaks reportedly will release classified footage. The U.S government has always reported 26 civilians were killed though, investigations by rights groups have said more than 90 children alone were killed in the airstrike. The government has also claimed that the Taliban was responsible for a bulk of the casualties, though civilians claim the Taliban had left well before the U.S. warplanes rained bombs on their village through the middle of the night. (2:08):

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A U.S. official familiar with Gen. McChrystal’s confidential troop request submitted to the White House confirms that it exceeds 60,000.

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Mr. Obama wins the Nobel Peace Prize for promoting just about everything but peace. (more…)

A message from the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) Antiwar Working Group.
(h/t: Eric Garris)

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Former U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter discussed the latest farce surrounding Iran civilian nuclear program with Scott Horton at AntiWar Radio, Tuesday (49:08):

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Anne Applebaum makes the case for a U.S. taxpayer-funded “human rights campaign that battles Iran from within”.

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Satire from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Afghanistan being the ‘Empire Killer’ like the last level in the video game to beat – 17 Sept 09 (3:47):

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Consortium News founder Robert Parry discusses Latin America as the political training ground for Neo-Con torture regimes, bashing moral relativism to ‘manufacture consent’ for moral relativism, statist journalism, blowback in the Middle East, the lie of Charlie Wilson’s War, Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ role in the Former President Reagan’s C.I.A., and media scare tactics used to lie the U.S. into war with Iran with AntiWar Radio host Scott Horton (63:13):

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As the AP reports “dozens of civilians” killed in a U.S. airstrike overnight, Defense Secretary Robert Gates is shifting his position–toward that of the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, Gen. Stanley McChrystal–in being ‘open to increasing the number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan’ while reinforcing his support for continued U.S. occupation, adding: “I absolutely do not think it is time to get out of Afghanistan.”

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A message from AntiWar.com.

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A message from AntiWar.com.

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