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Tuesday, April 6, 2004

  • Iraq Intifada: U.S. Faces New Resistance Front As Shiites Join Armed Uprising

    Resist8

    The U.S. is facing a nightmare scenario in Iraq, fighting on two fronts against both Sunni and Shia militants after Shiite Iraqis staged an armed uprising against occupying forces this past Sunday. We go to Baghdad to speak with independent journalist and author Naomi Klein and we speak with Middle East expert Professor As’ad AbuKhalil. [includes rush transcript]

  • Worse Than Watergate: Former Nixon Counsel John Dean Says Bush Should Be Impeached

    Johndean

    Richard Nixon’s former counsel John Dean joins us in our firehouse studios to discuss his new book "Worse Than Watergate: The Secret Presidency of George W. Bush" in which he charges that the crimes of President Bush are worse than his previous boss and are grounds for impeachment. Dean served prison time for his role in the Watergate scandal in the early 70s. [includes rush transcript]

  • Sen. Ted Kennedy: Iraq Has Become '’George Bush's Vietnam"

    Kennedy.ap

    As the Shiite opposition to the U.S. occupation intensified in Iraq, Sen. Kennedy accused Bush of having the largest credibility gap of any president since Richard Nixon and said the Iraq situation was turning into '’George Bush's Vietnam." We play excerpts from Kennedy’s speech on Monday.