Scott Horton Interviews Jeremy Sapienza

Scott Horton, September 10, 2010

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Jeremy Sapienza, Senior Editor at Antiwar.com, discusses the doublethink required to reconcile the “Iraq War is over” pronouncement with the 50,000 remaining troops, winning the fight against Wikipedia’s Iraq War entry (and why this reversal further proves the print media business model is dead) and U.S. interference in Somalia before and after the “Black Hawk Down” disaster.

MP3 here. (19:20)

Jeremy Sapienza is Assistant Webmaster and Senior Editor at Antiwar.com.

3 Responses to “Jeremy Sapienza”

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  2. Thank you for your segment on Somalia. I was born in Somalia and I fled that country when the civil war erupted in the early 90's. You guys hit the nail right on the head about every fact you mentioned. Thank you for simplifying it accurately so that average Americans can understand what exactly is going on in Somalia.

  3. Obama bin Liner a double-thinker? Methinks he's way beyond what even Orwell could imagine.

    At least with less gifted intellectuals you knew that when they said up, e.g. as in the economy, it really meant down.

    Now we're in Humpty Dumpty land, when Obama uses a word it means anything he wants it to mean. For all anyone knows 'withdrawal' could mean 'without pencil' … might as well.

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