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Shows featuring Deepak Bhargava

  • Community Activists in Des Moines Speak Out on Thursday’s Iowa Caucus Iowa
    Hugh Espey and Robin Ghormley of the Citizens for Community Improvement and Deepak Bhargava, executive director of Center for Community Change, discuss Thursday’s caucus. [includes rush transcript]
    January 02, 2008 | Story
  • Latino Support for GOP Drops Amidst Increasing Hysteria over Immigration Votersweb
    Although immigration is not yet a major campaign issue, it is one that presidential hopefuls cannot afford to ignore. At 15 percent of the population, Latinos form the largest non-white community in the United States, and Latino voters are an increasingly important constituency. We speak with Jorge Mursuli of Democracia USA and Deepak Bhargava of the Center for Community Change. [includes rush...
    November 02, 2007 | Story
  • White House Admits Bush Lied in 2002 State of The Union Over Al Qaeda Obtaining U.S. Nuke Plant Plans Bush2002
    President Bush claimed in his 2002 State of the Union address that the U.S. discovered in Afghanistan detailed plans of U.S. nuclear plants. The Bush administration was forced to admit this week that the claim was not based on factual evidence after the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said there was no evidence any such plans were found in Afghanistan. [Includes transcript]
    February 13, 2004 | Story
  • Vietnam veteran released after serving almost 18 years on death row
    Charles Fain, a Vietnam veteran, released after serving almost 18 years on death row for rape and murder of a nine year old girl, Darilyn Johnson. False testimony from jailhouse informers was damning, and led to his conviction. Now, forensic laboratory concludes that Charles Fain’s DNA not a match.
    August 27, 2001 | Story