Antiwar Radio with Scott Horton
Weekdays 5-7 pm / KAOS Report Live Tuesdays 5-7 pm
Archives 11 pm Tuesdays to 3 am WednesdaysAnomaly Radio is pleased to announce that we are carrying rebroadcasts of Scott Horton’s latest radio endeavor, ANTIWAR-RADIO! Scott’s previous radioshows include The Philip Dru series, Scott’s Weekend Interview Show on the Republic Broadcasting Network, KOOP Thursday Evening Liberty News, KAOS Report on micro-fm in Austin plus his other radio appearances podcast via his StressCasts at TheStressBlog.com.
And now this awesome daily dose of AntiWar Radio! And you can hear it HERE, every weekday evening from 5 to 7 pm Central Standard Time. Look for more news on the launch of Antiwar Radio at www.AntiWar.com, Scott’s TheStressBlog.com, and www.DissentRadio.com Coming Soon!
Here’s a list of Scott’s guests so far plus some hyperlinked info on each of the interview topics …
My guest on Antiwar Radio for January 16, 2007 is historian and analyst Gareth Porter from IPS News on why America’s policy toward Iran has not really changed despite the Bush administration’s recent seemingly more aggressive pronouncements and actions, their policy of backing the Iran parties in Iraq and Iran’s spurned attempts to make peace with the U.S.
Antiwar Radio: Gareth Porter [23:58m]: Download
The first guest on Antiwar Radio for January 15, 2007 is Sebastian Junger of Vanity Fair about the Ijaw tribesmen who are causing trouble for the oil companies operating in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region.
Antiwar Radio: Sebastian Junger [29:56m]: Download
The second guest on Antiwar Radio for Monday, January 15, 2007 is Becky Akers from LewRockwell.com on the subject of the NYPD’s entrapment and conviction on terrorism charges of a young New Yorker named Shahawar Matin Siraj and the persecution of his family for his supposed crimes.
Antiwar Radio: Becky Akers [29:51m]: Download
The first guest on Antiwar Radio for January 10th, 2007 is William S. Lind, Director of the Center for Cultural Conservatism at the Free Congress Foundation, about his anti-interventionist conservatism, 4th generation warfare, American involvement in Ethiopia’s invasion of Somalia and the threat to American troops in Iraq should the U.S. bomb Iran.
Larisa Alexandrovna, the managing editor of RawStory.com discusses John Negroponte’s departure from the Director of National Intelligence position to be Deputy Secretary of State, his replacement, John McConnell, and the liars who are pushing for war with Iran.
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My guest for Tuesday January 9, 2007 is investigative reporter Robert Parry, author of Secrecy and Privilege: Rise of the Bush Dynasty from Watergate to Iraq and proprietor of Consortiumnews.com on the topic of the U.S. government’s long term covert relationship with Saddam Hussein and the possibility of war against Iran.
Antiwar Radio returns with 2 new interviews.
The second is of Ray McGovern, a former CIA analyst and co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, on some of Bush’s new appointments, the planned escalation of the war in Iraq, the possibility of it spreading to Iran and the impeachment and removal of Bush and Cheney.
For the second installment of my new show Antiwar Radio for KAOS 95.9 in Austin and Antiwar.com, I spoke with the libertarian-Republican congressman representing Texas District 14, Dr. Ron Paul (another reason for Texans to be proud).
I asked about the president’s constitutional role in America’s relations with foreign countries, why congress has given all their power away and how a responsible president would have handled September 11th.
For the first show, I interviewed the great investigative reporter and author Robert Dreyfuss – who penned last Tuesday’s spotlight article, “Bush’s Meeting With a Murderer” – about the different groups vying for power in what was once Iraq.
Download mp3 here. (About 31 min)