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Shows featuring Col. Sam Gardiner

  • Up to 2,000 Killed as Russia-Georgia Fighting Enters Fourth Day Russia_georgiaweb
    After four days of heavy fighting, Russian tanks are now approaching central Georgian cities away from the separatist regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. Russian officials say Georgia provoked the assault by attacking South Ossetia late last week, causing heavy civilian casualties. NATO’s Secretary General and President Bush have both condemned Russia’s “disproportionate” use of...
    August 11, 2008 | Story
  • Pentagon’s Pundits: A Look at the Defense Department’s Propaganda Program Punditstvweb
    The New York Times has revealed new details on how the Pentagon recruited more than seventy-five retired military officers to appear on TV outlets as so-called military analysts ahead of the Iraq war to portray Iraq as an urgent threat. The Times reported the Pentagon continues to use the analysts in a propaganda campaign to generate favorable news coverage of the administration’s wartime...
    April 22, 2008 | Story
  • As Nuclear Deadline Passes, U.S. and Iran Trade Accusations of Bombing Involvement Zahedanbomb2-21
    The White House has dismissed a suggestion from Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that Iran would close its nuclear facilities as long as Western nations did the same. His comments came as a deadline set by the U.N. for Iran to freeze its uranium enrichment program expires today. Meanwhile, Iran has accused the U.S. of backing a bomb attack that killed 11 Revolutionary Guards, just one week...
    February 21, 2007 | Story