Daniel Larison, a senior editor at The American Conservative, discusses how the P5+1 nuclear deal has empowered Iran’s moderates and greatly reduced the risk of a “preventive” US attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Jeffrey Tucker, chief liberty officer of Liberty.me, discusses the popular appeal of Donald Trump’s particular brand of fascism, and why we should worry about American tendencies toward authoritarianism going into the 2016 presidential election.
Joe Berardi and I have been talking about this interview for about five years now. The reason I wanted to have him on the show is that he has been the drummer on some of my favorite music ever since he was a member The Fibonaccis, who were active in the 1980s in Los Angeles and remain my favorite band. Soon after that, he was working with former Wall Of Voodoo frontman Stan Ridgway. Along with vocalist/ musician Kira Vollman, he has also been half of the avant-garde duo Non Credo for over 20 years, and finally, he holds down the percussive duties for the uncategorizable sonic party that is Double Naught Spy Car.
We talked music, influences, highs and lows throughout his career, and the time the Fibonaccis had a rain of gym socks thrown at them onstage. We forgot to play “Second Coming,” the Radio Misterioso favorite by the Fibs with lyrics about “swamp gas saucers,” so I added it at the end.
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Gareth Porter, an award-winning independent journalist and historian, discusses why the anti-Iran propaganda will continue even though a nuclear agreement was reached; and why now is the perfect time to get all US military forces out of the Middle East.
Bill Greene, a political activist and economics professor, discusses the new Texas law establishing a gold-backed state bank, bypassing the Federal Reserve system of fiat currency and allowing gold and silver to be legal tender.
Salam Al-Marayati, President of the Muslim Public Affairs Council, discusses his organization’s condemnation of the shooting at a Tennessee military recruiting center, where Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez is alleged to have killed four Marines.