Dr. Robin Falkov and Greek correspondent Marie Christine Polymenacou discuss immigration, corrupt banking, and Japanese protests against nuclear energy.
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Marie Christine Polymenacou shares her geopolitical report for Aug. 10, 2012
Filed under Government & Organizations, National, News & Politics
Marie Christine Polymenacou shares her geopolitical report for May 4, 2012
Dr. Robin Falkov and Marie Christine Polymenacou discuss the European elections scheduled this weekend, the Emo kids who reside in Iraq and Myanmar, and CISPA.
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John Heure discusses the ongoing efforts to stop wars waged to profit corporations
Melinda Pillsbury-Foster interviews John Heure, who reports on the ongoing peace campaigns being waged in Charlotte, NC and other communities on the East Coast.
Filed under Government & Organizations, History, Society & Culture
Dr. Doug Rokke warns against the use of depleted uranium munitions
Dr. Doug Rokke is a retired Major and former director of the US Army Depleted Uranium Project who shares his views about the use of depleted uranium munitions.
Brian Josepher confirms secret deal with Iran known as The October Surprise
Brian Josepher’s book, “The Complete and ExtraOrdinary History of the October Surprise,” shows how our current dealings with Iran had their origins in October 1980.
Filed under Business, Government & Organizations, History, National, News & Politics, Other