Greg Palast: Armed Madhouse Book Tour

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IRAQ HEARINGS: Sen. Obama Questions Gen. Petraeus

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It’s Even Worse Than You Think: David Cay Johnston & Greg Palast

"A narcissistic know-nothing con artist who has spent his entire life swindling others while repeatedly urging followers to commit criminal acts of violence against his critics," writes David Cay Johnston. Who could he be talking about? I asked... Full frontal exposure of the Trump Presidency by two New York Times bestselling investigative reporters — conversing, debating. This event was broadcast live from our sold out event in Los Angeles on Wednesday, January 31. Watch Palast question Johnston about the accusations in his book, including Johnston’s revelation of Trump’s 2005 tax return — and his explanation of why it reeks of criminality! *** Johnston’s It's Even Worse Than You Think: What the Trump Administration Is Doing to America, opened this week at #2 on the Times' bestseller list. https://www.amazon.com/Even-Worse-Than-Think-Administration/dp/1501174169/?tag=wwwgregpala03-20 And Amazon and Amazon Prime have just released The Best Democracy Can Buy:The Case of the Stolen Election, Palast's film of his investigation for Rolling Stone on how Trump’s cronies swiped the 2016 election. https://www.amazon.com/Best-Democracy-Money-Can-Buy/dp/B078SZMWZT/?tag=wwwgregpala03-20

Suzanne O’Sullivan: It’s Not ‘All in Your Head’

Most of us don’t question a fluttery feeling in our chests when we’re excited or sweating armpits as we make a public speech. We accept these connections between our emotions and physical bodies. But according to neurologist Suzanne O’Sullivan, the human body’s reactions to emotions can be much more severe. Up to a third of people go to the doctor with symptoms that cannot be medically explained; and often doctors suspect an emotional cause. O’Sullivan believes that “psychosomatic disorders are physical symptoms that mask emotional distress.” She provides an in-depth analysis of some extreme cases, like Rachel, a promising young dancer now housebound by chronic fatigue syndrome, and Mary, whose memory loss might be masking her husband’s abuse. O’Sullivan takes a look deep inside the human condition—at the secrets we keep from ourselves—and she questions the medical establishment’s ability to recognize the extraordinary connection between mind and body.

Our man in Portland sent us up an hour-long presentation by investigative reporter Greg Palast, produced by Jim Lockhart. We edited it down to fit on our half-hour show. Palasts speaking.

Independent investigative journalist Greg Palast at Seattle Town Hall 06, speaking on elections, Iraq and the general fraud perpetrated by the US government. (9 parts)

Independent investigative journalist Greg Palast at Seattle Town Hall 06, speaking on elections, Iraq and the general fraud perpetrated by the US government. (9 parts)

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