Angela Keaton


Angela Keaton, Development Director and Antiwar Radio producer, discusses the quarterly fundraising drive; the tough times under President Obama, where the wars keep on keepin’ on and half the antiwar activists have their heads buried in the sand; why you can count on the libertarian-minded staff at to stay antiwar, no matter who’s in the White House (because you know it’ll never be “our” guy/gal); and how supporters can call (323-512-7095), email (, or donate via the website.

MP3 here. (10:04)

Angela Keaton is Development Director at and the producer of Antiwar Radio. She can be reached by email at or by phone at 323-512-7095.

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  2. Also the only difference in the writing is thatI asked for people to watch Loose Change and 7/7 Ripple Effect that are very similar.I've mentiond Israel is acting like Hitler but always say how evil Hitler was.I just say what I've studyed and no in my head is true.I just waqnt to leave my opinion in the comments if somthing I did was vwrong it will never happen again but am boggeled at what it would be.

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