Defending Manning and Assange

Interview recorded December 29, 2010. Listen to the interview. Scott Horton: All right, y’all, welcome back to the show. It’s Antiwar Radio, I’m Scott Horton, and joining me on the line is Daniel Ellsberg, famous liberator of the Pentagon Papers and author of the book Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers, and … Continue reading “Defending Manning and Assange”

They Are Lying to You About the Oklahoma City Bombing

Interview conducted March 30, 2010. Listen to the interview. Scott’s collection of OKC audio clips here. Scott’s collection of Jesse Trentadue’s court files here. For and KAOS radio 95.9 in Austin, Texas, I’m Scott Horton. This is Antiwar Radio. And our first guest on the show today is Jesse Trentadue. He’s an attorney from … Continue reading “They Are Lying to You About the Oklahoma City Bombing”

Witness: I Saw a Second Man Arrested in Detroit

Interview conducted Dec. 31, 2009. Listen to the interview. Scott Horton: It’s New Year’s Eve 2009. We’re going to start off the first hour though with our first guest today, Kurt Haskell; he is, I guess, becoming semi-famous here as the guy that saw something that is something seemingly quite important that is apparently being … Continue reading “Witness: I Saw a Second Man Arrested in Detroit”

Is Medea Benjamin Naive or Just Confused?

Interview recorded October 7, 2009. Listen to the interview. When I heard that there would be antiwar protests across the country on October 7, 2009, mourning the 8th anniversary of the start of the invasion of Afghanistan, I immediately picked up the phone to get one of the great anti-warrior women of Code Pink to … Continue reading “Is Medea Benjamin Naive or Just Confused?”

Finding Ways to Stay in Iraq

Those who bought into the slogans "Hope" and "Change" last fall should have read the fine print. We were warned. Over and over during the campaign for the presidency Barack Obama made it clear that "withdrawal" from Iraq on his flexible 16-month timetable meant only the removal of "combat forces." He has also made it … Continue reading “Finding Ways to Stay in Iraq”

Reclaim Your Sense of Outrage

Interview conducted May 22, 2008. Listen to the interview. “War is the improvement of investment climates by other means" –Clausewitz for Dummies. Alright everybody, welcome back to Antiwar Radio – KAOS 92.7 FM in Austin, Texas. Introducing actor, writer, producer, John Cusack, on the phone from England today. He’s the star of Say Anything, The … Continue reading “Reclaim Your Sense of Outrage”

Does America Need Another 9/11?

Scott Horton takes Stu Bykofsky of the Philadelphia Daily News to task for his suggestion that America needs another 9/11. By the end of the interview, Scott is practically straddling Bykofsky and pummeling him with facts, when Bykofsky goes whoops! I have a “real job” I have to get back to. The interview unfortunately ends … Continue reading “Does America Need Another 9/11?”

Saving England Wasn’t Worth It

Editor’s note: Assistant Editor Scott Horton wrote the following essay for the Oxford Forum, whose editors asked him to contribute a piece on the Anglo-American role in international conflict. Unfortunately, the Forum‘s editors rewrote the essay without Horton’s permission, distorting its thesis beyond all recognition. It appears here in its full, original version. Most … Continue reading “Saving England Wasn’t Worth It”

For Those Interested in Facts: They Hate Our Foreign Policy

“There are a lot of things that are different now [that the U.S. occupies Iraq], and one that has gone by almost unnoticed – but it’s huge – is that … we can now remove almost all of our forces from Saudi Arabia. Their presence there over the last 12 years has been a source … Continue reading “For Those Interested in Facts: They Hate Our Foreign Policy”

The Antiwar Republican

Interview conducted April 4, 2007. Listen to the interview. All right, our very special guest today on Antiwar Radio is Dr. Ron Paul, congressman representing District 14 in south Texas and new presidential candidate. That’s all I can say about that, because is a nonprofit and the government has rules about such things, but … Continue reading “The Antiwar Republican”