Law and Disorder Radio

Law and Disorder June 6, 2005

Feds Destroy Life And Career of Valued Physician-Scientists Who Protected Populations From The Plague.

Guest – Robert Jensen is a professor of media law, ethics and politics at the University of Texas, Austin. He is the author of Writing Dissent: Taking Radical Ideas from the Margins to the Mainstream, among other books. He also writes for popular media, and his opinion and analytic pieces on foreign policy, politics and race have appeared in papers and magazines throughout the United States.


Silencing and Criminalizing Dissent – Animal-Environmental Activists Become Targets of Government Spying and Terrorist Watch.

Guest – Jerry Vlasak, MD, a board-certified surgeon specializing in trauma and critical care. He is a former vivisector who has seen the agony of animals in laboratories. He debates the scientific invalidity of animal experimentation around the world, speaks out about the benefits of a vegan diet and offers lectures on the right of all sentient beings to live free of pain and suffering.


Amnesty International 2005 Report

Guest: Jumana Musa – a lawyer and a staff member of Amnesty International’s US section.


Michael Ratner on Fox Network’s Hannity & Colmes

We play the Hannity/Ratner interview then read some hate mail from the Fox viewers.


Book Review – David S. Reynolds

David Reynolds – Author of “John Brown, Abolitionist : The Man Who Killed Slavery, Sparked the Civil War, and Seeded Civil Rights.”

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