This week’s Topics: The proposed Iraqi oil law and the hijacking of Conservatism
Our guests are Antonia Juhasz and Paul Craig Roberts.
Antonia Juhasz on the Iraqi oil law
Our first guest is Antonia Juhasz. She is the author of “The Bush Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at a time.”
Antonia Juhasz is a policy-analyst, author and activist living in San Francisco.
She is the Tarbell Fellow at Oil Change International and Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies. She is a teacher at the New College of California in the Activism and Social Change Masters Program. She is also a guest lecturer on U.S. Foreign Policy at the McMaster University Labour Studies Program in a unique educational program with the Canadian Automobile Workers Union.
Mark Bebawi will discuss the new Iraqi Oil law with her, as well as her book: The Bu$h Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at a Time
Paul Craig Roberts re conservatism hijacked
Conservative commentator Paul Craig Roberts returns to The Monitor to discuss his latest views of current events, and his new article, “Americans Have Lost Their Country.”
Dr. Roberts served as Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury under Ronald Reagan. He has been called “Father of Reaganomics.” He is former Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal. Currently Chairman of the Institute for Political Economy and Research Fellow at the Independent Institute. Former William E. Simon chair in political economy, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University. Dr. Roberts is a former Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Author or co-author of several books on economics and politics, including; The Supply-Side Revolution (1985), Alienation and the Soviet Economy: The Collapse of the Socialist Era (1990), The Soviet Union After Perestroika (1991), The Capitalist Revolution in Latin America (2003).
“We are witnessing the triumph of a dozen evil men over American democracy and a free press.”
“Americans Have Lost Their Country”
by Paul Craig Roberts
March 1, 2007