Scott Horton Interviews Kelley B. Vlahos

Scott Horton, January 28, 2010

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

Kelley B. Vlahos, contributing editor at The American Conservative magazine, discusses the latest attempt by anti-Hugo Chavez members of Congress to get Venezuela on the “State Sponsors of Terrorism” list, unlikely allegations of collusion between al Qaeda and the FARC in drug smuggling operations, Israel’s promotion of a Hamas/Hezbollah/S. America link, the terrible New Yorker articles of Jeffrey Goldberg and the big logical leap of inferring government sponsorship of terrorism from the donations of individuals.

MP3 here. (28:00)

Kelley Beaucar Vlahos, a Washington, D.C.-based freelance writer, is a longtime political reporter for and a contributing editor at The American Conservative. She is a featured columnist and Washington correspondent for Homeland Security Today magazine.

2 Responses to “Kelley B. Vlahos”

  1. Lordy, Lordy! That al-Qaeda is hooked up with every real or imagined evildoer around the world. I reckon we'd better hide under our beds, and not come out!

    Regards to Kelley Vlahos on her good work.

  2. In September 2009, Venezuela experienced a 6.4 earthquake, which shook all of Caracas and rattled a lot of nerves, but fortunately did little damage. On 16 January 2010, they had a 5.8 earthquake. Just coincidence? In the movie Defamation, the ADL's Abe Foxman, while in Israel, tells Isaac Herzog, the Israeli Minister of Anti-Semitism, that, as far as Venezuela, "this is not for the camera, but there are other plans."

Leave a Reply