Progressive Radio News Hour Guests for October 6, 8 and 9, 2011

The Progressive Radio News Hour Guests for October 6, 8 and 9, 2011
Thursday, October 6 at 10AM US Central time: Gerald Celente
Trends strategist Gerald Celente founded The Trends Research Institute in 1980. He’s also the author of Trends 2000 and publishes the quarterly Trends Journal, providing timely, comprehensive, accurate business, economic, political, social, technology, and other forecasts on “over 300 different trend categories.” His latest world views will be discussed.
Saturday, October 8 at noon US Central time: William Cook
Cook is a writer, author, and Professor of English at the University of La Verne, CA, where he served earlier as Vice President for Academic Affairs for 13 years.
His books include “Cultural Expressions of Evil and Wickedness,” “Psalms for the 21st Century,” and his edited one, “The Plight of the Palestinians.”
World issues will be discussed.
Sunday, October 9 at noon US Central time: Mickey Huff
Mickey Huff is a California-based Professor of History at Diablo Valley College and Director of Project Censored (PC) and the Media Freedom Foundation. MFF supports First Amendment freedoms and investigative research, and works closely with PC and other media related organizations. PC is the media democracy advocacy group that publishes vital news stories suppressed or censored in the mainstream. Each year, it ranks the top 25 and publishes them in its yearbook, Censored: Media Democracy in Action. The latest Censored 2011: The Top Censored Stories of 2009 – 10 can be purchased at The latest PC yearbook will be discussed.

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