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Democracy Now! - November 28, 2003 at 9:00am
Activist Kathy Kelly 'Hogtied" & Abused By Army At SOA Protests Journalist Bill Moyers: "Our Democracy Is In Danger of Being Paralyzed"

Democracy Now! - November 27, 2003 at 9:00am
An Hour With Vandana Shiva, Indian Scientist and Leading Critic of Corporate Globalization...

Democracy Now! - November 26, 2003 at 9:00am
The Radical Mind of Dick Cheney: An In-Depth Look at the Vice President Bush Lifts Ban on Mini Nukes Unions Call For Timoney to Be Fired & Congressional Investigation After Bloody Miami FTAA Protests "There's an Incredible Mismatch Between Military Doctrine And The Situation That Actually Exists There Right Now" - A Conversation With Two Fathers of Soldiers Deployed in Iraq

Democracy Now! - November 25, 2003 at 9:00am
Privatizing Medicare? A Debate on the Controversial Medicare Drug Bill TV Ownership Cap Raised After Congress Backs Down Bush Backers to Reap Energy, Medicare Bill Tax Benefits Will Anti Spam Bill Erode First Amendment Rights? Alexander Cockburn Speaks Out On Rupert Murdoch the Israel-Palestine Conflict and the Politics of Anti-Semitism

Democracy Now! - November 24, 2003 at 9:00am
DN! Producer Ana Nogueira Among 250 Arrested in Miami FTAA Protests 10,000 Protest in Fort Benning, Georgia Against School of Americas, What Many Critics Call the "School of Assassins"

Democracy Now! - November 21, 2003 at 9:00am
Turkey Seeks Answers After A Week Where Bombings Killed Over 50 Mayhem in Miami: Amidst Tear Gas and Rubber Bullets Democracy Now! Reports From the Streets of the FTAA Protests The Free Speech Movement: Reflections on Berkeley in the 1960s

Democracy Now! - November 20, 2003 at 9:00am
"We Don't Want This Foolish, Ignorant, And Dangerous Man In Our Country" - George Galloway on Bush's UK Visit Live in Miami: Thousands of Protesters Stage Demonstrations at FTAA Meeting 9/11 Commissioner & 9/11 Widow Condemn the White House For Restricting Access to Intelligence Documents Ashcroft Files New Terrorist-Related Charge Against Civil Rights Lawyer

Democracy Now! - November 19, 2003 at 9:00am
War Resistance: How A Growing Number of Soldiers Are Speaking Out Against War Pacifica Archive Special: We Hear the Voices of Martin Luther King Jr., Nixon, Pacifica Reporter Dale Minor, Vietnam War Resisters and More From the Persian Gulf to the Invasion - Poet, Activist, Essayist and Teacher June Jordan Speaks About the U.S. and Iraq in 1991 Mass. Court Rules That Gay Couples Have the Right to Marry Under the State's Constitution

Democracy Now! - November 18, 2003 at 9:00am
Report: U.S. Casualties From Iraq War Top 9,000 London in a State of "Virtual Siege" Ahead of Bush State Visit to UK FTAA Protesters Say Miami Police Violating 1st Amendment Rights

Democracy Now! - November 17, 2003 at 9:00am
NYPD Attack Benefit for Anarchist Group in Brooklyn Free Mumia Coalition Responds to Michael Moore and His New Lawyer Discusses Recent Case Developments "You've Got to Keep a Sense of Humor in These Times" - Arab-American Comics Speak Out

Democracy Now! - November 14, 2003 at 9:00am
U.S. Launches Operation Iron Hammer; Berlusconi to Keep Italian Troops in Iraq Following Nasiriyah Bombing "We Need To Go City By City And Take Back The Media For The People" - Newspaper Guild President Linda Foley Speaks Out on Corporate Media Tell Us The Truth: Billy Bragg and Hip-Hop Artist Boots Riley On Music, War and the Media

Democracy Now! - November 13, 2003 at 9:00am
"We Ask For Democracy And Human Rights Without Oppression And Without Killing" - Kurdish Independence Leader Mehdi Zana Joins Us in Our Studio Arrested Immigrant Workers File Racketeering Lawsuit Against Wal-Mart Ashcroft Case Against Greenpeace Threatens First Amendment Rights

Democracy Now! - November 12, 2003 at 9:00am
Democracy Now! Hosts a Debate on the WTO Ruling Against GW's Steel Tariffs; Rep. Bernie Sanders, FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein and Watchdog Chuck Lewis Speaking From The National Conference on ...

Democracy Now! - November 11, 2003 at 9:00am
Supreme Court To Hear First Case on Guantanamo Detainees Why is President Bush Maintaining a Ban On Seeing War's Returning Casualties? "My Son Died For Oil" - In a Democracy Now! Veterans Day Special We Hear From Military Families of Soldiers in Iraq Another Former Intelligence Official Blows the Whistle on 9/11

Democracy Now! - November 10, 2003 at 9:00am
Iraq is Not America’s to Sell - Author and Journalist Naomi Klein on America's Corporate Control of Iraq Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right - Al Franken spoke to a packed house this weekend at the National Conference on Media Reform about the Bush administration, the Fox News lawsuit and why Bill O'Reilly is "a pathological liar." Ex-Guantanamo Pakistani Man Sues U.S. And Pakistan Governments

Democracy Now! - November 7, 2003 at 9:00am
Canadian Man Deported by U.S. Details Torture in Syria "The Violations of Human Rights by the Israeli Army is Unprecedented" - Mustafa Barghouti Discusses the Occupation "Bush is a Dangerous Nincompoop" - Actor/Musician Jack Black on the War on Terror, the Democrats and the Rockefeller Drug Laws

Democracy Now! - November 6, 2003 at 9:00am
As Occupation Worsens, White House Tries to Blame CIA For Rejecting Iraqi Offer on Eve of War The Revolution Will Not Be Televised - Why is a New Documentary About the Failed 2002 Coup in Venezuela Not Being Screened? Censorship at CBS? – A Look at Why "The Reagans" Was Cancelled

Democracy Now! - November 5, 2003 at 9:00am
Live From Baghdad An Ordinary Iraqi Speaks Out: "The U.S. Has No Intention of Leaving Iraq" "I Find That A Travesty" - Joseph Wilson On Reports the White House May Invoke Executive Privilege In the Investigation of the Outting of His Wife As a CIA Operative Scientific McCarthyism: Is The Bush Administration Compiling a Hit List of AIDS Scientists?

Democracy Now! - November 4, 2003 at 9:00am
Radio For Peace International Under Siege in Costa Rica Hope Dies Last - An Hour with Legendary Broadcaster and Author Studs Terkel

Democracy Now! - November 3, 2003 at 9:00am
16 U.S. Soldiers Killed in Missile Attack in Iraq Pacifica Correspondent Jerry Quickley on Iraqi Resistance, U.S. Army Aggression and Life Under Occupation in Baghdad "The Overwhelming Majority of the Population of Iraq Favors the Coalition and Wants Them to Stay" - Donald Rumsfeld Speaks Out on Iraq Hidden in Plain Sight: A Look at the Notorious School of the Americas and How The U.S. Trains Latin American Soldiers to Kill, Torture and Repress Their Own People

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