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Clinton Advisor Sidney Blumenthal on Republican Dirty Tricks

June 23, 2005

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[Although the show can certainly be heard and understood, this particular archive is not of the best sound quality. A better archive will replace this one as soon as it is available.]
Mark interviews Clinton advisor and confidante Sidney Blumenthal on the hazards of the Clinton Years. Mark asks Blumenthal what advice Blumenthal will give to the probable future Presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton on how she should respond to the Republican lies, dirty tricks, and vicious personal negative attacks against her like the ones that have surfaced in the tabloids just this week.
Should Democrats play as dirty as Republicans?

The Second Anniversary of THE INSIDE SCOOP

June 22, 2005

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Plus Ca Change, Plus C’est La Meme Chose…
(Translation: “The more things change, the more they are the same.”)
Two years ago, on June 22, 2003, THE INSIDE SCOOP was first aired on WAGE in Metropolitan Washington, DC. Today, Mark looks back on highlights from his very first show.
The surprising thing is not what’s changed but what’s remained the same. Think the leaking of the Downing Street Minutes was the first media report that the Bush Administration fixed intelligence and facts to justify its war in Iraq?
Think again. Mark reported this two years ago on his very first show.

Debate Tuesday

June 21, 2005

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Mark debates fellow TalkStarRadio talk show host, Conservative Jim Greenfield. First, Mark will be on the Jim Greenfield Show. Then Jim will be on THE INSIDE SCOOP.
The topics today:
1) Is Iraq like Vietnam? Is it time to leave?
2) Which economy is morally better: a very large, unequal “pie” or a smaller pie, more equitably distributed? In other words, should an economy be judged by the average wealth of its total members? Or by the average wealth of its middle class and poorest?
To make the point crystal clear, here’s an example:
If there were ten people in an economy, which would be better?
A) One person has $10 million, 6 people have $100,000 and 3 people have nothing. (Total worth: $10.6 million. Average wealth over $1 million)
Or B) Two people have $1 million, 3 people have $300,000, 3 people have $200,000, and 2 people have $100,000. (Total worth $3.7 million. Average wealth less than $400,000.)
I suspect Jim would favor example A. I definitely favor example B.

Congressional Corruption

June 20, 2005

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How much does it cost to buy a Member of Congress?
Republican Majority Leader Tom Delay may be the easiest Congressman to buy and the one most clearly on the take, but he is far from the only corrupt Member of Congress. Tonight we give THE INSIDE SCOOP on Congressman Bob Ney, Congressman Duke Cunningham, Congresswoman Katherine Harris, and Congressman Virgil Goode.
Guest: Melanie Sloan, Ex-Prosecutor and Executive Director of CREW (Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington)

Sunday Weekly Review – NOW 2 HOURS!

June 19, 2005

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Now that is it indisputable from the Downing Street Memo that Bush “fixed” facts and intelligence to justify a war in Iraq and gave us those lies to get us to go to a war for oil….
And now that even that oil is not forthcoming due to Bush’s post-war blunders…
And now that Saddam Hussein is gone…and our troops are suffering…
What exactly are we fighting for?
Is it time to leave Iraq?

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