Scott Horton Interviews Matt Barganier

Scott Horton, August 13, 2011

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. editor Matt Barganier discusses the best articles of the week, including Grant F. Smith’s “Does AIPAC Have Only Two Major Donors;” Becky Akers’ “The TSA Exposed for Exposing Us – Again;” Justin Raimondo’s “Barbarians With BlackBerrys” about the British riots; and Ran HaCohen’s “Israelis Sick and Tired – but of What?” about the protests in Israel, where the limits of “guns and butter” spending have been reached. He also discusses the possibility of riots in the US due to economic dislocation; Hiroshima and Nagasaki anniversary articles, especially Ralph Raico’s piece; and Ivan Eland’s reasoning on why the MEK doesn’t belong on the State Department’s terrorist group list.

MP3 here. (19:07)

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7 Responses to “Matt Barganier”

  1. The only way that states change is thru violence. Of course, that doesn't guarantee change in the right direction.

  2. Incorrect, states also change through the will of the people. Do groups violently attack the people who pursue change, yes. Lyndon Johnson signed the voting rights act which changed (the South in specific and the whole of the ) United states forever. There are myriads of other examples

  3. Israel should have never gotten money from American tax payers.Look at the state of the economy America is broak so besides the fact its imoral to give a country with the most human rights violations in the history of the world by the UN.AIPAC is the worst enemy of American citizens along with there illegal law breaking government that swears to uphold the constitution then do nothing but violate it.The world in the next I say ten years will be much better with the citizens living the way we could if it was not for the worlds corrupt governments or there will be no world.If we can't have real freedom that millions have died for than why be here to be slaves.I wrote this before but it hits the nail on the head so I'll write it again.(If a man has nothing he is willing to die for he dosent deserve to live) DR Martin Luther King.What is more worth dieing for than freedom.

  4. Sorry for the spelling and the last sentence was a question and should have ended with a question mark.???????????They represent what the world will be like in the even near future.only GOD nows and iof you don't have faith than no one does.

  5. Why does Eric Margolis remind me of the reporter in the fictional Frederick Forsyth novel, the "Dogs of War"??

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