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Spies at the FBI?, Part II

July 14, 2004

(archived broadcast )
A special guest, former FBI translator Sibel Edmonds , returns to THE INSIDE SCOOP to give an update on her case against the FBI.
Ms. Edmonds notified the FBI about an attempt by a fellow translator to recruit her into a foreign organization in exchange for classified information. The FBI promptly fired her for her warning about spies at the FBI and the overall incomptence of the FBI translation department.
Now the lower court has ruled, and Sibel will be on THE INSIDE SCOOP to tell us about it.


July 13, 2004

(archived broadcast )
Mark debates Tom Robins, State Chairman of the Utah College Republicans


July 12, 2004

(archived broadcast )
Republicans are determined to read your library books and your email.
You won’t want to miss this special update on the PATRIOT Act, with a very special guest, Rep. Jerry Nadler, Congressman of New York

The INSIDE SCOOP on Tom Delay

July 9, 2004

(archived broadcast )
The Republican majority leader of the House of Representatives is the most powerful man in Congress. Virtually no bill becomes law without his approval.
Now he’s being accused of bribery, money laundering, and diverting airplanes from Homeland Security to track down Democrats who tried (and failed) to stop his gerrymander plan.
Democratic Congressman Chris Bell, who filed the complaint against Tom Delay, is my guest.

One-Sided Talk Radio

July 8, 2004

(archived broadcast )
Our Armed Forces listen to Rush Limbaugh but can’t hear Al Franken (or, for that matter, Mark Levine’s INSIDE SCOOP).
What explains the conservative tilt in talk radio?
Our guest Tom Athans, the Executive Director of Democracy Radio (and husband of Senator Debbie Stabenow), tells us why.

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