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Mark Levine on Michael Jackson Show in Los Angeles

January 31, 2008


Mark Endorses Barack Obama for President of the United States

January 30, 2008

The State of the Union

January 29, 2008

Bush gives his final speech to the nation and tries to put his best gloss on what his Administration has bequeathed America over the past seven ears: the terrible economy, loss of life at home and abroad, massive debt, unending war, increased poverty, shrinking dollar, huge dependence on foreign oil, failure to catch Osama Bin Laden, opposition and setbacks to science, loss of jobs, treason, and shredding of the Constitution for which his Administration will always be remembered.

Tonight we address Bush’s last speech, say a prayer that he cannot do much worse in the last year than he did in the past seven, and discuss why historians in the future will consider this one of the worst Presidents in American History.

PLUS Gazans escape to Egypt. See comment below.

The Democratic Candidates for President

January 28, 2008

Video / Audio

I’m wondering how much support for Hillary Clinton is a backlash against the mainstream media which has done everything but get on its knees and beg the American People to support Obama and McCain, rather than Clinton and Romney. I may vote for her because of it.

If I vote for Obama, it will be in large measure because of his oratory, including this powerful speech he gave on MLK Day in Atlanta.

Mark analyzes the Democratic Debate in South Carolina and gives the inside scoop on the three front-runners.

And Empire is Expensive!

January 24, 2008

Guest: Chalmers Johnson, author of Blowback and his new book NEMESIS: The Last Days of the American Republic

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