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Tuesday, July 15, 2003

  • Intelligence Agents from the U.S. and Australia & a Top UK Researcher Condemn Gov’t Falsehoods that Led to Iraq War


    As President Bush says he relied on "darn good" intelligence related to Iraq, questions abound in Washington, London and Australia over whether intelligence was misused. Democracy Now! speaks to former Australian intelligence analyst Andrew Wilkie, Cambridge University’s Glen Rangwala and former CIA analyst Ray McGovern.

  • The Greatest Hits of Ari Fleischer


    White House Press Secretary steps down after his 300th press briefing. We look back on his warning Americans to "watch what they do and what they say," his memorable exchange with Helen Thomas over whether President Bush valued the lives of Iraqi children and his interactions with Russell Mokhiber, of "Ari & I" fame.