Progressive Radio News Hour Guests for October 4, 5, and 6, 2013

Progressive Radio News Hour Guests for October 4, 5, and 6, 2013
Friday, October 4 at 10AM US Central time: Michael Parenti
Parenti is an internationally known, highly respected political scientist and award-winning author and lecturer. 
His many books include Democracy for the Few (in its 9th edition), Superpatriotism, and Inventing Reality on the state of the media.
Major world and national issues will be discussed.
Saturday, October 5 at noon US Central time: Stjepan Mestrovic
Mestrovic is Professor of Sociology at Texas A&M University.
He was a consultant and expert witness for the International Court of the Tribunal for Yugoslavia. He provides similar services for US soldiers involved in court-martials and clemency hearings.
His books include “The Good Soldier on Trial: A Sociological Study of Misconduct by the US Military Pertaining to Operation Iron Triangle, Iraq.” 
Major world and national issues will be discussed.
Sunday, October 6 at noon US Central time: Robert Abele
Abele is Professor of Philosophy at Diablo Valley College, CA. His books include “Democracy Gone” and “Anatomy of a Deception.” It discusses the Iraq invasion, occupation, and preparation for the next deception.
He’s currently writing a new book. When completed, it’ll be discussed on this program.
Most recently, he contributed 11 chapters to The Encyclopedia of Global Justice.
Access his web site at www.spotlightonfreedom.com.

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