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Contracting Away our Freedom

May 10, 2004
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(archived broadcast )

Special Guest: Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky of Illinois

Military contractors torture Iraqi prisoners.
Contractors cost more to do the same job government workers do.
Worse yet, if a contractors spots government abuse, they’re fired,
unlike government workers who have whistleblower protections under the law.

Do Republicans love contractors because they are legally required to hide
torture, waste, and abuse by the Bush Administration?


May 9, 2004

(archived broadcast )

Sinclair Broadcasting Company removes Nightline from its broadcast for daring to show pictures of Americans killed in Iraq.

The USA shuts down Iraqi newspapers.

Disney won’t show a Michael Moore movie for fear of angering Jeb Bush.

And they say liberals control the media?
Why then are all the right-wingers shutting down free and independent views?

Reflections on Red and Blue America: A Poem and a Debate

May 7, 2004

Part II (archived broadcast )

Debate with Jeff Meredith, Young America’s Foundation

Conservatives love America like Mommy or Daddy,
Unconditionally, right or wrong.
Liberals love America like Husband or Wife.
An object of affection and, sometimes, disappointment.

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Hard Choices

May 6, 2004

(archived broadcast )

What will Americans sacrifice for their country?
What should we sacrifice?

Debate with Alison Aikele, College National Republican Committee

Iraq: Mission Accomplished?

May 5, 2004

(archived broadcast )

Is the removal of Saddam Hussein the beginning of “liberal democracy”?
Or are we headed into quagmire?
Has anything been “accomplished” in Iraq?

Debate with Doug McGregor, College National Republican Committee

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