The Lendman News Hour Guests for December 21 – 25, 2009
Monday, December 21 – Steve Forester
Tuesday, December 22 – James Petras
Wednesday, December 23 – Ellen Brown
Thursday, December 24 – Monday’s program repeated
Friday, December 25 – Tuesday’s program repeated
Time: 10AM US Central time
Steve Forester is a Miami-based human rights lawyer involved in Haitian immigration issues for over 20 years. He represents the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti to halt the DHS/ICE ordered deportations and gain Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians in America, so far not gotten under Obama.
His current efforts will be discussed.
James Petras is Binghamton University, New York Professor Emeritus of Sociology. Besides his long and distinguished academic career, he’s a noted figure on the left, a well-respected Latin American expert, and a longtime chronicler of the region’s popular struggles.
He’s also a prolific author of hundreds of articles and dozens of books. His latest is titled “Global Depression and Regional Wars: The United States, Latin America and the Middle East.”
Current world and national topics will be discussed.
Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, author, and frequent writer on financial issues. Her latest book, “Web of Debt,” is a brilliant analysis of the private banking cartel Federal Reserve, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can take it back.
The Daily Bell, “A Compendium of Free-Market Thought,” recently awarded her a title of her own, saying “There are in (their) opinion, in modern economic thought, now Keynsians, Austrians and Brownians.”
Brown’s latest financial writing will be discussed.