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Tonight, we interview Author T.J. English about his devastating article that details the horrendous drug-related violence that plagues the U.S. / Mexican border.  The article is in the February 2011 issue of Playboy magazine. “If there was doubt before, there is no longer: The killings represent a tipping point.  What was viewed by some U.S. […]

A targeted assassination on the Texas border… Corruption in a New Mexico drug task force… How safe IS the Canadian border… and the U.S. Military has Special Ops Boots on the Ground in Mexico… All border stories, plus an amusing piece from Slate. This is a jam-packed show with Bill Conroy of Narco News, covering […]

The House of Death 12, Plagiarism, and the Rick Horn Case. The House of Death is the story of how an informant for Homeland Security, working “undercover” under the direct control of a Bush appointed United States Attorney, participated in a macabre house of horrors in which more than a dozen people were tortured to […]

On November 28, 1953, U.S. Army biochemist Dr. Frank Olson crashed through a hotel window in New York City and fell over 150 feet to the sidewalk below where he died. The New York City Police Department, U.S. Army, and CIA, for whom he also secretly worked, reported Olson’s death as a suicide. In 1975, […]

“Despite the new controversy over whether a global CIA “hit team” ever went operational, there has been public evidence for years that the Bush administration approved “rules of engagement” that permitted executions and targeted killings of suspected insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan.” The above from Robert Parry’s piece Bush’s Hit Teams at consortiumnews.com. Tonight, Mike […]

The Scarpa Mob Family, The FBI, And A Story of Betrayal A sensational, epic true story of a modern Mafia dynasty, by an author with incredible inside access to both the Mob and the FBI. The Scarpas were a Mafia dynasty led by Greg Scarpa Sr., a man addicted to murder. His son, Gregory Jr., […]

Was Col. Ted Westhusing’s death in Iraq something more sinister than suicide? “Since last March, when I wrote a story about the apparent suicide of Col. Ted Westhusing in Iraq, I had believed there was nothing else to write about his tragic death. But in December, I talked to a source in the Department of […]

A further update on the continuing saga… Can you believe that mainstream media is not interested in a story in which: –an informant for Homeland Security, working “undercover” under the direct control of a Bush appointed United States Attorney, operates a macabre house of horrors in which more than a dozen people are tortured to […]