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Rachel Maddow- Amazing feat by Pi Day celebrant
 
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Rachel Maddow- Amazing feat by Pi Day celebrant
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DN! 'I won't read Tony Blair's book - John le Carré Novelist - Democracy Now Amy Goodman
 
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Legendary British Author John le Carré on Why He Won't Be Reading Tony Blair's Iraq War-Defending Memoir David Cornwell, the legendary British novelist who writes under the name John le Carré, joins us in London. A former British spy, his books include The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, and The Constant Gardener. On the heels of the publication of British Prime Minister Tony Blair's Iraq war-defending memoir A Journey, le Carré explains why he refused to interview Blair and why he won't be reading his memoir.
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DN! Christianity (1) Perverted to Fascism - NYT Chris Hedges
 
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Chris Hedges on "American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War On America" Hedges2 Chris Hedges's new book examines how Christian dominionists are seeking absolute power and a Christian state. According to Hedges, the movement bears a strong resemblance to the young fascist movements in Italy and Germany in the 1920s and '30s. Hedges is the former New York Times Middle East bureau chief and author of "War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning."
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Rachel Maddow- Dutch outraged over generals gay troops statement
 
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Rachel Maddow- Dutch outraged over generals gay troops statement
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Thomas Frank (1) What's the Matter with Kansas - Charlie Rose
 
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DN!!!!! 'The US Has Gone Mad,' John le Carré - Democracy Now Amy Goodman
 
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John le Carré: "The United States of America Has Gone Mad" While John le Carré is famous for his spy novels, he wrote a widely read antiwar essay in 2003 titled "The United States of America Has Gone Mad." He reads an excerpt.
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DN! Tony Benn on Tony Blair - 'He Is Guilty of a War Crime'
 
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Tony Benn on Tony Blair: "He Will Have to Live 'Til the Day He Dies with the Knowledge that He Is Guilty of a War Crime" We speak with former British cabinet minister and MP Tony Benn. He was the longest-serving MP in the history of the British Labour Party, having served for more than half a century. He is now president of the Stop the War Coalition.
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DN! Novelist John le Carré (1) on Corporate Power etc
 
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Exclusive: British Novelist John le Carré on the Iraq War, Corporate Power, the Exploitation of Africa and His New Novel, "Our Kind of Traitor" Today, we spend the hour, in a national broadcast exclusive, with world-renowned British novelist John le Carré, the pen name of David Cornwell. Le Carré's writing career spans half a century, during which he has established himself as a master spy writer. His latest novel, his twenty-second, is out this week, entitled Our Kind of Traitor. David Cornwell worked in the British Secret Services from the late 1950s until the early 1960s, at the height of the Cold War. His third novel, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, became an international bestseller. As the Cold War ended, le Carré continued to write prolifically, shifting focus to the inequities of globalization, unchecked multinational corporate power, and the role national spy services play in protecting corporate interests. "The things that are done in the name of the shareholder are, to me, as terrifying as the things that are done—dare I say it—in the name of God," le Carré tells Democracy Now! Perhaps best known among his many post-Cold War novels is The Constant Gardener, depicting a pharmaceutical company's exploitation of unwitting Kenyans for dangerous, sometimes fatal, drug tests. In this rare US interview, le Carré also discusses Tony Blair's role in the Iraq war, US policy toward Iran, and international money laundering.
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Right Livelihood Award - Catherine Hamlin - Surgeon - 2009
 
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More: http://www.rightlivelihood.org/hamlin.html "...for her fifty years dedicated to treating obstetric fistula patients, thereby restoring the health, hope and dignity of thousands of Africa's poorest women." Catherine Hamlin came to Ethiopia from Australia in 1959 to work as an obstetrician and gynaecologist at a hospital in Addis Ababa. With her husband Reginald she pioneered the surgical treatment of obstetric fistula. The Hamlins built their own hospital in Addis, where women are treated free of charge. The facilities include reception hostels for the women, who come from all over the country, and a rehabilitation centre for the badly injured. They have also established regional centres to make the treatment more widely accessible and a midwifery school to help prevent obstetric fistula occurring in the first place.
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DN! Norman Finkelstein on AIPAC (2)
 
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Norman Finkelstein Responds to Clinton, Netanyahu AIPAC Comments Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told attendees at the AIPAC onference on Monday that the US commitment to Israel is rock-solid but Clinton did criticize Israel for continuing to build settlements in occupied East Jerusalem. In a defiant speech hours after Clintons address, Netanyahu rejected US criticism and vowed to continue building settlements. We speak with Norman Finkelstein, author of the new book, This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion.
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DN! Christianity (2) Perverted to Fascism - NYT Chris Hedges
 
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Chris Hedges on "American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War On America" Hedges2 Chris Hedges's new book examines how Christian dominionists are seeking absolute power and a Christian state. According to Hedges, the movement bears a strong resemblance to the young fascist movements in Italy and Germany in the 1920s and '30s. Hedges is the former New York Times Middle East bureau chief and author of "War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning."
Views: 3731 StartLoving3
DN! Norman Finkelstein on AIPAC (1)
 
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Norman Finkelstein Responds to Clinton, Netanyahu AIPAC Comments Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told attendees at the AIPAC onference on Monday that the US commitment to Israel is rock-solid but Clinton did criticize Israel for continuing to build settlements in occupied East Jerusalem. In a defiant speech hours after Clintons address, Netanyahu rejected US criticism and vowed to continue building settlements. We speak with Norman Finkelstein, author of the new book, This Time We Went Too Far: Truth & Consequences of the Gaza Invasion.
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DN! The Food Bubble (1) How Wall Street Starved Millions and Got Away With It
 
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The Food Bubble: How Wall Street Starved Millions and Got Away With It While Goldman Sachs agreed to pay $550 million to resolve a civil fraud lawsuit filed by the SEC, Goldman has not been held accountable for many of its other questionable investment practices. A new article in Harper's Magazine examines the role Goldman played in the food crisis of 2008 when the ranks of the world's hungry increased by 250 million. We speak to Harper's contributing editor Frederick Kaufman.
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Rachel Maddow (2) 111th Congress put policy before politics
 
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DN! Geoengineering (1) - Vandana Shiva vs. Gwynne Dyer
 
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A Debate on Geoengineering: Vandana Shiva vs. Gwynne Dyer Supporters of geoengineering have proposed radical ways to alter the planet to decrease the level of greenhouse gas emissions. Proposals include creating artificial volcanoes to pollute the atmosphere with sulfur particles, fertilizing the oceans and placing sun-deflecting aluminum foil in the sky. But opposition is growing to geoengineering. We host a debate between Indian environmentalist, scientist, philosopher and eco-feminist, Vandana Shiva, and geopolitical analyst and columnist, Gwynne Dyer.
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DN! Novelist John le Carré (3) on Corporate Power etc
 
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Exclusive: British Novelist John le Carré on the Iraq War, Corporate Power, the Exploitation of Africa and His New Novel, "Our Kind of Traitor" Today, we spend the hour, in a national broadcast exclusive, with world-renowned British novelist John le Carré, the pen name of David Cornwell. Le Carré's writing career spans half a century, during which he has established himself as a master spy writer. His latest novel, his twenty-second, is out this week, entitled Our Kind of Traitor. David Cornwell worked in the British Secret Services from the late 1950s until the early 1960s, at the height of the Cold War. His third novel, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, became an international bestseller. As the Cold War ended, le Carré continued to write prolifically, shifting focus to the inequities of globalization, unchecked multinational corporate power, and the role national spy services play in protecting corporate interests. "The things that are done in the name of the shareholder are, to me, as terrifying as the things that are done—dare I say it—in the name of God," le Carré tells Democracy Now! Perhaps best known among his many post-Cold War novels is The Constant Gardener, depicting a pharmaceutical company's exploitation of unwitting Kenyans for dangerous, sometimes fatal, drug tests. In this rare US interview, le Carré also discusses Tony Blair's role in the Iraq war, US policy toward Iran, and international money laundering.
Views: 3010 StartLoving3
DN! Kissinger Rescinded Warning on Assassinations Days Before Letelier Bombing in DC
 
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New Docs Show Kissinger Rescinded Warning on Assassinations Days Before Letelier Bombing in DC A newly declassified document offers new evidence that former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger canceled a warning against carrying out a secret program of international political assassinations just days before former Chilean ambassador Orlando Letelier and his American colleague, Ronni Moffitt, were killed in Washington, DC. We speak with Peter Kornbluh of the National Security Archives.
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