First hour: Nazi-hunting ex-federal prosecutor and bestselling author John Loftus, author, America’s Nazi Secret, an updated and uncensored version of his earlier bestseller, The Belarus Secret. Loftus has done more than anyone to expose US intelligence obstruction of justice and lying to Congress regarding their recruitment of Nazi war criminal assets. Now he claims that US intelligence has also recruited and protected “Arab terrorists.” He says it’s “time for (the US Dept. of) Justice to fact the jury about where the Arab-Nazi connection went wrong and who is really to blame for 9/11.” He insults one of my heroes, the persecuted anti-Zionist freedom fighter Sami al-Arian (whose only “crime” was resisting the Palestinian genocide). And Loftus calls the Muslim Brotherhood – the leading opposition party and the focus of the Egyptian people’s hopes for peaceful, democratic change – “Arab Nazis.” What is the basis for these charges? Will Loftus consider ME a “terrorist sympathizer”? Tune in and catch what promises to be a highly-charged debate!
Second hour: John Kozy, retired professor of philosophy and logic who writes on social, political, and economic issues. After serving in the U.S. Army during the Korean War, he spent 20 years as a university professor and another 20 years working as a writer. He has published a textbook in formal logic commercially, in academic journals and a small number of commercial magazines, and has written a number of guest editorials for newspapers. His latest article Can America Be Changed? references the “ambiguity” surrounding the topic of how the World Trade Center victims died. He has also recently blasted the media and mused on the absurdities of the American police state.