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THIS IS HELL OCTOBER 25, 2014
9:15 Doug Henwood thinks American politics is a little too ready for Hillary.Doug wrote the Harper's cover essay - Stop Hillary!: Vote No to a Clinton Dynasty.
10:00 Laddie O picks apart the Democratic plan to save net neutralityNot surprisingly, it looks like a lot of other Democratic plans to save a lot of other things that never got saved.
10:30 Jeremy Scahill explains how Blackwater's founder rose above the law in America's dirty wars.Jeremy wrote the piece Blackwater Founder Remains Free and Rich While His Former Employees Go Down on Murder Charges for The Intercept.
11:15 Kevan Harris talks about what they're talking about at the US-Iran talks.Kevin's been supplying journalists with quotes about Iran all month. First at Washington Post and then for Reuters. He's a big deal!
11:45 Historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz fills in the blanks in America's white-washed history.Roxanne is author of An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States.
12:45 Jeff Dorchen gives us his expert opinion on ignorance.He really knows what he's talking about on this one. Or he doesn't. Either way works.
Additional shows are in the player below. Program summaries are in the archives.
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