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February 11, 2005

Mike Malloy + Ward Churchill = magic

I'll be shortly covering that magic live in this post starting at 10pm Pacific.

Rather than covering the wacky things they say, to save bandwith and typing I'll be concentrating on the normal things they say.

Ward Churchill to be on the show after 11pm Pacific, stay tuned truthseekers.

WC: [the attacks on me] are being coordinated... We're free to talk as long as there's no one to listen...

WC has no second thoughts on his 9/11 essay. He might have explained some things better...

MM returns to his favorite conspiracy theory

WC, slightly less loony than MM, blames our support for the Mujahideen via training, but doesn't echo MM's conspiracy theories. He does admit it's possible, but then again so does your blogger.

WC thinks it's racist to assume that brown people couldn't mount 9/11 all by themselves.

WC: "until I have concrete evidence indicating some form of conspiracy, I'll hold that in abeyance..."

WC: "I'm more concerned about what the Clinton crime family did [with sanctions] than the Bush crime family..."

MM is starting to stumble and fumble. It was probably the bit about racism and Clinton that did it...

MM is now doing his Bobbie Dooley impersonation as WC tells us what we need to do to be safe again...

WC says his professorship is safe and there's little "they" can do besides faking criminal charges against him... he says local police and federal agents have surveilled him throughout most of his adult life, so that's the best "prophylactic" against such a fake charge...

Thankfully, like me and Mike, WC has nothing better to do so he'll be back after the break...

MM - without making a "value judgment" - asks WC a question about his very anti-U.S. statements, such as wishing that the U.S. government would disappear...

WC says he's more like a bedrock conservative in a constitutional sense...

MM has gone strangely silent...

WC has changed the minds of even "rednecks" to his view point...

WC: the use of the word "fascism" is not just rhetorical, all the parts of fascism are present...

Just four more minutes of WC, after the break. Fasten your seatbelts, truthseekers...

MM: how should people educate themselves in order to avoid the slide to fascism, aside from the academic context?

WC: suggests, among other things, comic books as education tools... WC says those who organize "peace" meetings and the like should get over themselves and stop with the 15 minute recitation of rules at the beginnings of meetings: "no loud talking, no smoking, etc."

MM: thinks there will be a House or Senate resolution calling WC one of Satan's minions... what's next for WC?


MM: Ward, it's been very... interesting talking to you... take care.

Posted in MikeWho at February 11, 2005 09:54 PM


That Bobbie Doolie reference has me thinking: Are you absolutely sure you didn't tune into Phil Hendrie by mistake?

Posted by: Postman at February 12, 2005 10:17 AM

A clarification...

Dave Kopel was not writing a news article, he was writing an opinion piece that appears on the editorial page. His writing on media appears on alternating Saturdays with a purportedly left-of-center writer also writing on media coverage. This format was done by design. The balance, if there is such a thing, comes from the contrasting perspectives that are provided.

Posted by: Dave at February 12, 2005 07:15 PM

Monitoring Air America Radio [TM] so you don't have to.


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