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When Dr. Catherine Wilkerson offered assistance to a war protester being brutalized by law enforcement and paramedics, she was attacked as well. When she filed a complaint weeks later, she was then charged with a crime. Hear her story.

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When Dr. Catherine Wilkerson offered assistance to a war protester being brutalized by law enforcement and paramedics, she was attacked as well. When she filed a complaint weeks later, she was then charged with a crime. Hear her story.

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Jeremy Scahill discusses his book Blackwater: The Rise of the World’s Most Powerful Mercenary Army. 6/22/07

What if there was a private corporate army in America whose owners were Christian extremists with a far right political agenda, and they had some of the same firepower as the U.S. army but almost none of the accounability? What if they were unleashed in Iraq, Afghanistan — and even America? There IS such an army, and they have been unleashed (even here at home) by the Bush Administration — with billions of OUR tax dollars. This serious threat to our democratic republic has been frighteningly documented in the new book, “Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army.” Hear an interview with the author, Jeremy Scahill.

Because we have a news media with a pro-war, pro-corporate bias, and it's not always easy to get people to your anti-war website, you have to get creative to get your message out there. That's where freeway blogging comes in. What's freeway blogging, you may ask? To answer that for us is THE Freeway Blogger. Hear an interview with the person most associated with this communication/art form — Scarlet from northern California.

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Eric G. Wilson discusses his book “The Strange World of David Lynch: Transcendental Irony from Eraserhead to Mulholland Dr.” 6/11/07

After blowing minds with his previous book, “Secret Cinema: Gnostic Vision in Film,” Eric G. Wilson is back with an equally fascinating outgrowth of that: “The Strange World of David Lynch: Transcendental Irony from Eraserhead to Mulholland Dr.” Whether you've been baffled by or thought you understood Lynch's work, this is a fresh look that previous commentators, for the most part, have missed. Hear this follow-up interview on this follow-up book.

Great art can move, inspire, cause fear and trembling, induce awe, and communicate that which words alone cannot. The art of Myron Conan Dyal certainly does ALL of that. One notion that is being communicated by his sculptures, paintings and drawings (recently on display at the CSUF Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana as “Primordial Images of a Modern Mystic”) is that he is a man who has struggled through a “dark night of the soul,” peered into another world, and brought back images of transformative power. The bizarre nature of the alien (and arguably dark and disturbing) visions creates a serious curiosity as to the details of the story of this man's journey. Those blanks are filled in by his autobiography “The Boy Nobody Wanted: Visionary Experiences Behind the Art.” Hear the artist discuss his work and the tragedy, horror, disintegration, re-integration and ultimate transcendence that inspired it all.

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