Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Part 2 of our interview with Glenn Greenwald.

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34 Responses to Tuesday, December 14, 2010

  1. Kevin Krooss says:


  2. trapper says:

    Intro music, yeah!
    Morning Jim, hows the eye?

  3. morning all.

  4. Kucha whata ? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. got a half hour to listen….

  6. healing good trapper.

    still hard to type.

  7. taozen says:

    Assange granted bail but he is being held probably overnight while Sweeden protests.

  8. Morning all

    Link to Sam’s segment on Dylan Ratigan’s show yesterday in case you missed it:


  9. trapper says:

    Good to hear Jim, now on with the show.

  10. Nefferkitti says:

    Morning everyone,
    SJ – whats happening with your eye? Glad its healing well – take good care of yourself my friend!
    The Coffee Bar is open – drunken cranberry bread freshly baked – help yourself!!

  11. According to Howard Dean, most of the benefits of this plan have been instituted in Vermont without mandates.

  12. “cranberry bread freshly baked ”



  13. eya Neffer Coffee Queen! )

    new lenses in both

    • Nefferkitti says:

      Ah SJ,ty for the details, heal well my friend, and enjoy the freshly baked drunken cranberry bread please with your freshly brewed coffee!!!

  14. Criticisms of Melanie Sloan…

    Salon columnist Justin Elliott criticized Sloan for accepting a position with Lanny Davis’ lobbying firm, a paid lobbyist of the for-profit education industry. In the summer of 2010, Sloan and CREW were highly critical of famed short-seller Steve Eisman, writing letters to the congressional subcommittee, denouncing the fact that he had an adverse financial interest. This criticism was launched despite Eisman fully disclosing his interest prior to testifying. At the same time CREW ignored the financial interest of an industry executive who also testified. In the fall of 2010, Sloan announced she will be leaving CREW and accepting a position with Lanny Davis’ firm.[24

  15. Yay, No ap. for Assange bail? ๐Ÿ™‚ lol Punch a hippie

  16. brianbeutler Brian Beutler
    Hoyer hints that Dem leadership is on board for passing Obama tax plan unchanged: http://bit.ly/hIkV41

  17. heh! Michael Moore/Assange!

    the dynamic duo!

  18. thinkprogress ThinkProgress
    Newly-Elected Rep. Allen West: โ€˜We Should Be Censoring The American News Agencies Which Enabledโ€™ WikiLeaks http://thkpr.gs/eVgvED

  19. Nothing wins hearts and minds like assassinations.

  20. This is all so depressing. I wonder if the Left is using the right tactics.

    The Right makes up news that makes their followers feel good. They energize their base, even if they have to lie to do it.

  21. 9 TRILLION Dollars Missing from Federal Reserve,Fed Inspector General Canโ€™t Explain


  22. Mercury in retrograde is a good time for making corrections. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  23. Last summer, Steven Aftergood raised concerns about Wikileaks (without intimating that you should only have as much transparency as the government allows you to have, after you have gone through the proper channels).

  24. I am so depressed listening to the Glenn Greenwald interview and hearing how President Obama is continuing the policies of George W. Bush. And, I feel helpless. Obama not only doesn’t listen to progressives, he detests us. I think he is actually glad that the Republicans now control the US House. It gives him cover to keep moving to the right.

  25. Fishgrease says:

    Message to HBO — Dennis Miller is not funny.

    It’s not that he’s a conservative douchebag. It’s that he isn’t funny. At all. He doesn’t remind me of conservatives I know. He reminds me of people I know who aren’t funny.

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