Tuesday, January 1, 2008

  • 2007 in Review: Power, Politics and Resistance Pt. 2


    Today, part two of our special look back at 2007, including the Jena Six, the Petraeus report, the trial of Jose Padilla, Alberto Gonzales’s resignation, Alan Greenspan v. Naomi Klein, Michael Mukasey on waterboarding, Blackwater’s Massacre in Baghdad, Jimmy Carter on apartheid in the Palestinian territories, Al Gore and IPCC win the Nobel Peace Prize, the pro-democracy uprising in Burma, the firing of Norman Finkelstein and Ward Churchill, New Jersey abolishes the death penalty, the assassination of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto and more.

    Featuring the Voices of:

    Joseph Wilson, Alan Johnston, Robert Bailey,
    Caseptla Bailey, Marcus Jones, Helen Thomas,
    President Bush, Rep. Dennis Kucinich,
    Ward Churchill, Sen. Barack Obama,
    Marjorie Cohn, Nydesha Foster, Angela Hegarty,
    Amira Baraka, Nir Rosen, Camilo Mejia,
    Grace Paley, Alberto Gonzales,
    Sen. Larry Craig, Norman Finkelstein,
    President Jimmy Carter, Sen. Robert Byrd,
    Gen. David Petraeus, Rev. Al Sharpton,
    Alan Greenspan, Naomi Klein, Mark Canning,
    Rep, Danny Davis, Erik Prince,
    Sen. Ted Kennedy, Jeremy Scahill,
    Katie Redford, Yoko Ono, Bill McKibben,
    Maher Arar, John Tanner, Jonathan Paul,
    Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Michael Mukasey,
    Desiree Anita Ali-Fairooz, Mark Klein,
    Evo Morales, Asma Jahangir, Wayne Barrett,
    John Edwards, Noam Chomsky. Desmond Tutu,
    Mitt Romney, John McCain, Nelson Mandela,
    Lou Dobbs, Mohamed ElBaradei, Michael Ratner,
    Mark Benjamin, Rev. Jesse Jackson,
    Rajendra Pachauri, Al Gore, Jon Corzine,
    Benazir Bhutto, and more. [includes rush transcript]

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