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September 13, 2010  

Today's guest is Prof. Saree Makdisi and he is a Palestinian-Lebanese professor of Comparative Literature at UCLA and a specialist in 18th and 19th century literature and contemporary Arab politics and culture. Both of his parents were prominent scholars at the American University of Beirut, and he is a nephew of the late great literary scholar Edward Said. Prior to teaching at UCLA, Prof. Mack-disee was an associate professor at the University of Chicago.

September 13, 2010  

Today's guest is Jim Marrs and he was a newspaper journalist for many years with the Forth Worth Star Telegraph and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex before embarking a path of independency to research, investigate and write on many events involving cover-up operations. His earlier book on the JFK conspiracy, entitled Crossfire, was the basis for Oliver Stone’s film JFK. His more recent books “Rule by Secrecy” (about modern secret societies) and “The Rise of the Fourth Reich” were New York Times best sellers. His most recent book is “Trillion Dollar Conspiracy: How the New World Order, Man-Made Diseases, and Zombie Banks Are Destroying America” is a detailed and well researched summary of many issues endangering the well being and livelihood of Americans that have been the mission of a ruling global elite.

September 10, 2010  
September 10, 2010  

Today's guest is Glenn Greenwald and he has been a constitutional law attorney specializing in First Amendment litigation for ten years and handling civil rights and corporate and securities fraud cases. In 2005, he started a political and legal blog – Unclaimed Territory – which became one of the most frequently visited collection of political critiques in the blogosphere.

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