As Bush Admin Pushes $700B for Wall Street, Ralph Nader Asks, "Why Is There Need for a Bailout?"
the Bush administration intensifies its pressure for Congress to
quickly approve a $700 billion bailout of the financial industry, we
get reaction from Independent presidential candidate and consumer
advocate Ralph Nader. Nader calls Democratic claims of White House
concessions “wish fulfillment” and says the bailout might not be needed
in the first place. [includes rush transcript]
"Cash for Trash": Unwanted "Junk" in Hand, Demonstrators Head to Wall Street to Protest Bailout
the more than 100 protests against the $700 bailout plan is a rally
today on Wall Street. We speak to Arun Gupta, a reporter/editor at The Indypendent
newspaper, whose email to friends and colleagues helped inspire the
protest. Participants are planning on bringing their own personal,
unwanted “junk” to illustrate what they call the federal bailout of
Wall Street’s worthless securities. [includes rush transcript]
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on the Threat of US Attack and International Criticism of Iran's Human Rights Record
part one of an interview with Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Iranian
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad talks about the threat of a US attack on
Iran and responds to international criticism of Iran’s human rights
record. We also get reaction from CUNY Professor Ervand Abrahamian, an
Iran expert and author of several books on Iran. [includes rush
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