Anita Finlay: Many Who Attacked Hillary Clinton In Last Campaign Now Suggesting She Replace Joe Biden
Political activist Anita Finlay talks to America's Radio News about the negative attacks toward Hillary Clinton in the 2008 campaign and the media turnaround supporting the idea of Hillary Clinton replacing Joe Biden in the current Presidential campaign.
Anita Finlay writes for The New Agenda, a bi-partisan organization dedicated to improving the lives of women and author of the new book, 'Dirty Words on Clean Skin: Sexism and Sabotage, a Hillary Supporter's Rude Awakening'.
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Stanley is an expert on the Extra-Terrestrial and bizarre, and the Conspiratorial Correspondent for America's Morning News and author of the book, Covert Encounters in Washington D.C. Why now? What do they declare as the purpose of the location?
Former Islamic Extremist Dr. Hamid Tawfik Joins us to Discuss the Horrors Going on in Egypt Right Now
Tawfik was a member of a terrorist Islamic organization JI with Dr. Ayman Al-Zawaherri who became later on the second in command of Al-Qaeda. Dr. Hamid is the author of Inside Jihad: Understanding and Confronting Radical Islam. What accounts for the bloodshed? Has the Egyptian army now proved that this was a total coup d'etat?
Michael Hart is the Host of The Michael Hart Show on "THE SUPERSTATION" WYDE 101.1 in Birmingham, Alabama.
Michael joins us to discuss the UPS plane crash, which occurred mere miles from the Studio out of which Michael broadcasts
Former Assistant Secretary of Defense Lawrence Korb Warns Against Closure of US Embassies in Middle East
Korb tells Anchor Lori Lundin that more US embassy closings would signal “Al Qaeda wins” Washington, D.C. – America’s Radio News Network interviewed Lawrence Korb, who is a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress. He shares insights from his experience as former Assistant Secretary of Defense under President Reagan from 1981 to 1985.
Hartmann say's The National Security Agency has a secret backdoor into its vast databases under a legal authority enabling it to search for US citizens' email and phone calls without a warrant, according to a top-secret document passed to the Guardian by Edward Snowden. Did the President's comments on Friday apply to this at all? How often is this used?
John Rothmann is Political Analyst and Host of Election Coverage for KKSF NewsTalk 910AM in San Francisco. He's also the co-author of "Harold E. Stassen: The Life and Perennial Candidacy of the Progressive Republican" He worked on the Richard Nixon campaign. His website is johnrothmann.com
ProPublica Reporter Kara Brandeisky Joins us to Discuss President Obama Changing His Stance on the NSA Since Coming to the White House
Brandeisky explains that as a senator, Obama wanted to limit bulk records collection. He co-sponsored a bill in 2007 that would have required the government to demonstrate, with "specific and articulable facts," that it wanted records related to "a suspected agent of a foreign power" or the records of people with one degree of separation from a suspect.
University of Illinois Professor Robert McChesney Joins us to Discuss Jeff Bezos' Purchase of the Washington Post
McChesney recently said: "As the commercial model of journalism is in free fall collapse, those remaining news media franchises have become playthings for billionaires, generally of value for political purposes, as old-fashioned monopoly newspapers still carry considerable influence."
Lawyer Doug Uloth Joins us to Discuss Nadal Hassan, the Fort Hood Shooter, and Where This Trial is Now.
Doug Uloth is a lawyer with than 27 years experience as a lawyer in Dallas, Texas. What is the difference between military tribunals and the State of Texas court? Would Nadal Hassan be more likely to be tried as a citizen in Texas rather than tried by tribunal?
Love is a top touring stand-up comedian and regular panelist on Chelsea Lately, CNN, and Loveline with Dr. Drew. She is the cohost of Fox’s new daytime talk show The Real, host of the nationally syndicated radio show Café Mocha, and her podcast, This Week in Love, premiered in 2013. She lives in Los Angeles and is happily single with no cats. She is also author of the book, "LOVE HIM OR LEAVE HIM, But Don’t Get Stuck with the Tab".
Student Loan Help Center General Manager Bruce Mesnekoff joins us to Discuss the Student Loan Situation in America
The House of Representatives Wednesday approved a bill that ensures lower interest rates on loans for students heading to college this fall. Bruce is here to discuss the politics of the student loans, how one can keep his or hers low, and how Congress action will impact students.