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The People Speak, 21/05/2013

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OBAMA AND POLITICAL JOURNALISM
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Noam Chomsky and James Tracy

This episode of The People Speak features two professors: Professor Noam Chomsky of M.I.T. during the first half hour and Professor James Tracy of the Florida Atlantic University during the last half hour.

The legendary linguist Noam Chomsky of M.I.T. speaks about the current Obama administration and how well they have deceived the American people into thinking that much of anything has changed within the government or with policies here or abroad under his administration.  Among topics addressed are Benghazi, 9-11, corporate control and corruption of the US government and the Middle East.

Professor James Tracy teaches classes on journalism and media at Florida Atlantic University.  Professor Tracy has spoken in media interviews as well as in articles about both the Sandy Hook Massacre and the Boston Explosions. His views were viewed by some as unacceptable and, in particular, complaints about his opinion that the Sandy Hook Massacre was possibly a hoax or not all that it appeared to be lead to a review by Florida Atlantic University placing his job in jeopardy.

The People Speak

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The People Speak has evolved over the years with many great guests who have been interviewed by some very fine hosts.

We are a 55 minute show airing every other Sunday between 5-6pm Pacific/8-9pm Eastern. The show features a guest interview from any number of realms of interest (entertainment, science, philosophy, healing, spirituality, activism, politics, literature, etc.).

The guests share their stories, lives, strategies, books, philosophy, films, music, or whatever it is they use as a vehicle for making a difference for the better.

The radio show name, The People Speak, is based on the idea of allowing our audience - the People - a chance to interact with the guests during the hour, and we take phone or text questions from them during the interview.

Past guests include such notables as Nobel Peace Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the late Howard Zinn, Nobel Laureates Mairead Maguire, Shirin Ebadi, Kathryn Najimy, Oliver Stone, Jesse Ventura, Richard Belzer, Cynthia McKinney, Cindy Sheehan, Scott Horton, Joan Jett, Willie Nelson, George Galloway, Roseanne Barr, Ed Asner, Chevy Chase, as well as various reps from Amnesty International, UN World Food Programme, and many others.

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