Ann Wright

Voices of Conscience


Former State Department diplomat Ann Wright discusses Bill O’Reilly, Powell’s UN speech 5 years ago, her resignation from the State Department before the invasion of Iraq, her new book Dissent: Voices of Conscience and the Sibel Edmonds case.

MP3 here. (23:22)

Ann Wright served 29 years in the US Army and US Army Reserves and retired as a colonel. She served 16 years in the US diplomatic corps in Nicaragua, Grenada, Somalia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan, Micronesia and Mongolia. She resigned from the US Department of State in March, 2003 in opposition to the war on Iraq.

5 thoughts on “Ann Wright”

  1. Does anyone remember Bill running around sticking the mike in peoples faces at their most desperate hour for a program like ET, or some such those clips would be so good to expose this guy.

  2. Good show! Three cheers for both host and guest!

    Worth tuning in just for Col. Wright’s calm reportage and analysis of current events, but those audio replays of past events, exposing “Bill-O” as the stuffed shirt empty suit he is, SWEET ICING!

    Can there be any clearer cry of intellectual surrender than “cut off her mic!”…? LOL!

    Followed by Bill-o’s self-aggrandizing portrayal of himself as a military hard case, in a raging jungle firefight, LMFAO! Then, once again, when a caller calls him on the FACTS of his “combat” experience, Bill-o cuts off his “mic”, then does some one-sided belly bumping, supremely hilarious!

    This download is well worth 16 minutes of your time.

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