THIS SECTION ARCHIVES PROGRAMS FROM 2022. TO LISTEN TO PROGRAMS PRIOR TO 2022. USE THE LINK UNDER MORE.
WITH THE RECENT TRIAL AND CONVICTION OF GHISLANE MAXWELL, MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS HAVE SURFACED. MARLON ETTINGER AND CATHERINE WATTERS WERE PRESENT AT THE TRIAL AND GIVE FIRST HAND ACCOUNTS OF THE PROCEEDINGS.
ROBERT F KENNEDY WAS KILLED IN JUNE 1968. BUT, THE REAL FACTS AROUND HIS MURDER ARE STILL NOT KNOWN TO MOST AMERICANS. LISA PEASE AND DENISE BOHDAN HAVE INVESTIGATED THE ASSASSINATION OF THE US ATTORNEY GENERAL AND SENATOR FOR OVER 30 YEARS. CO-HOSTS JOHN SAKOWICZ AND MARY MASSEY SPEAK WITH LISA AND DENISE ABOUT WHAT THEY HAVE UNCOVERED ABOUT THE MURDER OF ROBERT KENNEDY AND THE LIES THAT PERPETUATE TODAY.
Our first guest Dr. Ira Helfand accepted the prize on behalf of the Physicians for Social Responsibility and that group's Nuclear Weapons Abolition Committee, and also on behalf of the global federation, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. Physicians for Social Responsibility asserts a strong medical voice on the gravest threats to health, especially nuclear war.
In the second segment, Dr. Madelyn Fernstrom speaks about the stress that comes with existential threats.
MR. SILVERSTEIN HAS been writing Tikun Olam, one of the earliest progressive Jewish blogs, since February, 2003. It focuses on exposing the excesses of the Israeli national security state.
IN THE PROGRAM, THE ROLE ISRAEL SHOULD PLAY IN THE RUSSIAN/UKRAINE WAR.
Katrina vanden Heuvel is an American editor and publisher. She is the publisher, part-owner, and former editor of the progressive magazine The Nation. She was the magazine's editor from 1995 to 2019, when she was succeeded by D. D. Guttenplan. She is often a commentator on political television programs. Vanden Heuvel is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a US nonprofit think tank. She is a recipient of the Norman Mailer Prize.
In this program she speaks about Ukraine and Russia.
DR. AVI LOEB
Abraham (Avi) Loeb is the Frank B. Baird, Jr., Professor of Science at Harvard
University and a bestselling author (in lists of the New York Times,Wall Street
Journal, Publishers Weekly, Die Zeit, Der Spiegel, L'Express and more. He is the director of the Galileo Project at Harvard University. This program focuses on the May 2022 Congressional Hearings on UAP.
LT. COLONEL STUART SCHELLER
IN AUGUST 2021, THE U.S. MILITARY LEFT AFGHANISTAN. LT. COLONEL STUART SCHELLER PUT HIS MILITARY CAREER AND PENSION ON THE LINE BY SPEAKING OUT AGAINST THE BOMBING AT THE KABUL AIRPORT WHICH KILLED BOTH U.S. MILITARY PERSONEL AND CIVILIANS.