Scott Horton Interviews Kelley B. Vlahos

Scott Horton, June 08, 2011

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Kelley B. Vlahos, featured columnist and contributing editor for The American Conservative magazine, discusses her article “DoD Dodges Deadly Dust Data” about U.S Navy medical researcher Capt. Mark Lyles’s study of Iraq’s toxic dust; Iraq’s unique blend of naturally occurring heavy metals and bacteria with man made toxic burn pits and depleted uranium; the increase of neurological and respiratory illnesses among soldiers, without any definitive studies explaining why (because the DoD doesn’t want one); and the rather boring CNAS conference (Democrat version of PNAC) where unelected Washington insiders formulate US policy and profit from the military industrial complex.

MP3 here. (28:27)

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, a regular columnist for and a contributor to

One Response to “Kelley B. Vlahos”

  1. So what if the r&f military are against the war. Their opinion counts for nothing, as the example of Iraq WMDs that you yourself brought up illustrates.

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