Scott Horton Interviews Kelley B. Vlahos

Scott Horton, March 23, 2011

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This recording is from the KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles broadcast of March 18th.

Kelley B. Vlahos, featured Antiwar.com columnist and contributing editor for The American Conservative magazine, discusses the toxic legacy left by the US in Iraq, particularly in Fallujah and Basra; the numerous and severe birth defects caused by some combination of depleted uranium, water pollution and burn pits; doctors advising women in Fallujah to avoid bearing children, due to the high likelihood of deformities and cancer; and Bush’s over-the-top, bloody minded pep talk to his military advisers prior to the 2004 Fallujah attack.

MP3 here. (26:05)

Kelley Beaucar Vlahos has spent over a decade as a political reporter in Washington DC. Currently, she is a contributing editor for The American Conservative magazine and its daily weblog, @TAC. She is also a Washington correspondent for the DC-based homeland security magazine, Homeland Security Today, a long-time political writer for FOXNews.com, a regular columnist for Antiwar.com and a contributor to CriminalJustice.Change.org

5 Responses to “Kelley B. Vlahos”

  1. Hey, Can anyone direct me to the interview Scott did some weeks ago entitled something like "is Obama worse than Bush?"
    Thanks

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