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In Defense of Liberal Internationalism

June 21, 2004

(archived broadcast )
I believe there IS a role for the United States to play in the world to promote democracy and human rights.
The fiasco in Iraq shows us the wrong way to do it.
But, that being said, I am no isolationist….and sometimes, war is necessary.


June 20, 2004

(archived broadcast )
An interim report is out, showing absolutely no evidence that Saddam Hussein or Iraq had anything to do with 9/11.
And the Administration is falling all over itself explaining why it claimed a “connection” between Iraq and Al Quaeda.

Mark's Secret Links Page

June 19, 2004

The Comprehensive Reel
Two New Sizzle Minutes from Comprehensive Reel (36 to 38)
Full Unedited Best-Quality Conyers Clip (important part at 5:18-51)
Challenging the Florida Electors
Monday’s TV clips with bad sound
Wheel of Fortune – 8 seconds (avi)
Wheel of Fortune – 4m10 (mpg)
Bush Supporters Poll (avi)
Bush Supporters Poll (mpg)
You’re Fired! (avi)
You’re Fired! (mpg)
added sizzle 2
added sizzle
High Quality MPG (24 MB)
New Sizzle Reel
New Issues Reel
Last Constitution Clip
Day 1 clips and FBI
Day 2 Clips
Mark Playing Around
Issues 1
Issues 2
Issues 3
Issues 4
DVD Main Menu
DVD “In Depth” Menu
A Sideways Glance


June 18, 2004

(archived broadcast )
Have you heard about Prince Ahmed?
Ahmed is a Saudi Prince who was warned in advance by Bin Laden about the upcoming September 11th terrorist attacks.
On September 11th, Prince Ahmed was betting on horses in Lexington, Kentucky but, fearing capture by the US and interrogation, he asked George W. Bush to personally intervene and overrule the US officials who grounded him.
And Bush intevened, allowing Prince Ahmed and dozens of members of the Bin Laden family to fly out of the United States on the days just following September 11 when all other American private jets were grounded.
What? You haven’t heard about Prince Ahmed? Then you obviously haven’t got THE INSIDE SCOOP.
Today, we replay an INSIDE SCOOP classic, Mark’s interview with Craig Unger, Author of House of Bush, House of Saud.
No calls today…just sit back and hear about the Bush-Saudi connections to the tune of $1.4 billion, connections that the mainstream media STILL hasn’t reported.

Congressional Corporate Kickbacks

June 17, 2004

(archived broadcast )
Special Guest: Congressman Pete Stark of California, House Committee on Ways and Means
Halliburton overcharges taxpayers billions while Dick Cheney pockets the profits.
Enron execs literally cheer, as they rape California while it burns.
Republican corporate contributors receive a hundred times return on their bribery investment. Owning a Congressman is so much cheaper and more lucrative than paying workers a decent wage.
Now what?
Well, tonight, in the early hours of the morning when most everyone is asleep, the Republican Congress is set to give away $140 billion of your taxpayer money — three times the amount given in welfare to the US poor annually — to line the gilt pockets of multi-millionaire CEOs. The money is meant to encourage corporations to outsource jobs abroad. And it will all come out of your paycheck.
That is, unless you call your Member of Congress to stop it.
Learn the facts on today’s INSIDE SCOOP.

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