C-SPAN, Washington Journal, July 4, 2014. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/07/c-span-caller-rants-about-obamas-lack
DLC Co-founder Al From doesn't want to own up to just whose agenda he and his ilk at Third Way are representing.
If don't know who does the scheduling for C-SPAN's Book TV, but apparently they wanted to help Breitbrat Ben Shapiro sell some more books, since they had him on for a three hour long interview as part of their In Depth series this weekend.
For anyone that didn't catch it, Democracy Now's Amy Goodman was featured on C-SPAN's Book TV series, In Depth, this weekend and spoke to host Peter Slen for three hours about a wide range of topics, including her books Exception to the Rulers, Standing Up to the Madness, and The Silenced Majority.
Chris Hedges appeared last Sunday on C-SPAN's Book TV series, In Depth for a three hour interview which you can watch all of at their archives. Here's a portion from the beginning of the last hour where Hedges weighed in on Ron Paul and
Michael Moore Discusses Receiving Death Threats After Speaking Out Against Iraq Invasion At Academy Awards In 2003
From C-SPAN's in Depth on Book TV, author and documentary maker Michael Moore recalls his account of speaking out against the invasion of Iraq during the 2003 Academy Awards and the subsequent death threats he received, egged on by right wing radio
Grover Norquist was asked a very specific question about one of the talking points that we hear constantly from Republicans, that you can't raise taxes on the small businesses and "job creators" or you'll do terrible damages to those businesses and
I have a really hard time believing that this caller on Washington Journal has actually been talking to anyone receiving food stamps. The topic on C-SPAN's morning call-in show was the budget cuts being proposed by the House Republicans and the
C-SPAN's Book TV's Peter Slen asked publisher Jenn Risko why George W. Bush was doing so well with the sales of his recently published memoir and we got some blather about how relaxed he looks these days and how people are just curious as to what
Robert Byrd, Respected Voice of the Senate, Dies at 92: Robert C. Byrd, who used his record tenure as a United States senator to fight for the prim
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