This week

Various appearances over the last week


Extensive traveling over the last few days prevented me from writing; regular posting should resume tomorrow.  Until then, here is video and audio from several events and appearances I did last week:

(1) The FAIR event at which I spoke on Thursday in New York was one of the best political events I’ve attended.  The sold-out event had in excess of 1,000 people in attendance.  The crowd was loud and enthused; the energy in the auditorium was invigorating; and all of the speeches were truly great. Only segments of the video seem to be online thus far at Free SpeechTV, but the full, downloadable audio for all four of the speeches — from me, Amy Goodman, Noam Chomsky and Michael Moore — are here.  To convey the feel of the event, here are a couple of video snippets from my speech — regarding the evolution of my views of the media — but all four speeches are truly worth listening to:


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(2) I was on MSNBC with Dylan Ratigan on Thursday discussing the last post I wrote — regarding the militarization of the CIA — as well as Obama’s foreign policy and secrecy fixation, WikiLeaks and Bradley Manning.  The video of the segment is here:


(3)  I was on Democracy Now on Friday morning discussing a variety of topics.  The two-part segment can be seen here: 


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