Search Results for: Peter Hart

May
10
2013

Peter Hart on Syria and Sarin, Dilip Hiro on Afghan Corruption

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Peter Hart talks about Syria and chemical weapons claims, and author Dilip Hiro joins the show to talk about how stories about Afghan corruption fail to explain the U.S. role in creating that corruption.

Sep
27
2012

CounterSpin, hosted by Janine Jackson, Steve Rendall and Peter Hart

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FAIR’S weekly radio show highlighting biased and inaccurate news; censored stories; sexism, racism and homophobia in the news; the power of corporate influence; gaffes and goofs by leading TV pundits; TV news’ narrow political spectrum; attacks on free speech; and more

Dec
05
2008

Paul Sullivan on Gulf War Syndrome, Peter Hart on Obama's nominees

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Download MP3 This week on CounterSpin: For years veterans claiming to suffer from Gulf War Syndrome were derided as cranky and hysterical by the department of defense and even by some journalists. Will that change now that a definitive report says the Gulf War illnesses are real, incurable, and caused by toxic materials used by the U.S. military during the 1991 Gulf War? We'll talk to Paul Sullivan, a veteran and the executive director of Veterans for Common Sense. Also on the show: As the Obama White House takes shape, Americans are asking what the president-elect's cabinet choices suggest about […]

Jan
11
2008

Peter Hart on 2008 primaries, Kali Akuno on New Orleans public housing

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Download MP3 This week on CounterSpin: Expecting the pundits, political reporters and pollsters to learn from their mistakes may be a bad bet considering their performance in covering the recent Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. But the bad coverage didn't end at bad predictions about who would win and lose and which candidates would be forced to leave the race. We'll be joined by CounterSpin's own Peter Hart for a discussion of the election coverage so far. Also on the show: Remember how Hurricane Katrina was going to force elites in this country to acknowledge decades of neglect, […]

Oct
15
2010

Peter Stone on campaign financing, Dean Baker on TARP

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Download MP3 This week on CounterSpin: Reporters can always find many themes in election season, but some are saying this time around there's really only one and that’s money. A new study from the Center for Public Integrity examines the fundraising going into the midterm elections; what impact is the Supreme Court's Citizen United ruling having on the already prepossessing flow of dollars to candidates and their PR? We'll hear from the study's author, Peter Stone, the head of Center for Public Integrity's Money and Politics team. Also on the show: The economic meltdown and the government response to it […]

Dec
01
2014

Extra! December 2014

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Race Lens Forgetting Ferguson Mainstream media move on from a movement by Josmar Trujillo The 'Center' Always Holds After midterm losses, media--of course--advise Dems to move right By Peter Hart and Jim Naureckas CounterSpin Interview 'There Really Is No Recovery' Richard Wolff on the state of the economy Pro-Remorse Pundits Supporting abortion--as long as women feel bad about it by Katha Pollitt Still Killing the Messenger A feature film prompts a new round of attacks on Gary Webb by Peter Hart

Nov
03
2014

Extra! November 2014

Extra! November 2014

Articles Available Only to Subscribers: SoundBites Letters Debating How--Not Whether--to Launch a New War Missing perspectives on Obama's attacks on ISIS by Peter Hart CounterSpin Interview 'We Can't Defeat Extremism by Dropping More Bombs' Raed Jarrar on ISIS Book Excerpt Propaganda Wars In post-9/11 conflicts, media often misidentify the victors by Patrick Cockburn Narrowing Our Options Hillary Clinton's 'inevitability' and the media/electoral complex by Sarah Jaffe Business as Usual Is a Disaster Treating BP as the primary victim of BP's negligence by Janine Jackson   To subscribe and get the whole issue--in print or digital form--click here.

Oct
01
2014

Extra! October 2014

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Articles Available Only to Subscribers:   SoundBites Race Lens #FTP Film Tha Police Communities of color use media to protect themselves by Josmar Trujillo CounterSpin Interview 'The Black Voice is in Jeopardy' Malkia Cyril on Ferguson Both Sides Now Plans to ease poverty don't have to work--so long as they're bipartisan by Neil deMause NYT  Fails First Test of New Torture Policy Paper says it will call it what it is--when it reports on it all by Peter Hart Official Sources May be the Only Sources Risen case tests reporters' power to reveal government wrongdoing by Lauren McCauley   To […]