John Glaser


John Glaser, Assistant Editor at, discusses why the talking heads on MSNBC are perfectly willing to make fools of themselves in an effort to prove the IAEA’s case against Iran; why crimes like cyberterrorism (Stuxnet) don’t count when committed by the US/Israel against Iranian targets; the Reuters report on what Iraqis think about the “democracy” given to them at the end of an American gun barrel; and the contingent of troops headed to Australia to remind China that the “peer competitor” policy remains in effect.

MP3 here. (23:50)

John Glaser is Assistant Editor at He is a former intern at The American Conservative magazine and CATO Institute.

3 thoughts on “John Glaser”

  1. Scott, I haven't seen Pat Buchanan on Morning Joe for at least a few weeks now. I've seen no notice that he has been officially fired. But there was an outcry for his head after his latest book, 'The End of White America'. You must also be aware that the supporters of 'Civil Rights' were members of the same tribe that now denies civil rights to Palestinians, and agitates constantly for war against Iran. I'm surprised you were not aware of the latest news regarding Pat. I always thought that he might not last on the morning show, even though he was not giving full-throated opposition against the wars, etc. It is not possible to oppose America's foreign policy without identifying by name the group that is striving constantly to involve the US in foreign affairs that are none of our business.

  2. Scott, The Australians are the most ignorant people alive, because China protected us from the GFC we still believe that our houses are going to be worth over a million dollars each in a couple years. And now because the US and Europe have crashed we think we are the only ones that know how to do neo-liberal policies correctly. Thats why we have passed carbon taxes. The old Australian mindset of distrust towards the state has all but died off, and been replaced with American style arrogance but without the empire (unless of course you count East Timor as an Australian colony).

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