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Moyers Interviewing Glenn Greenwald - Very Good

Glenn Greenwald does a fantastic 25 min interview with Moyers, where he gets to elaborate on some great liberty-minded ideas. He also points out the flaws in a society ruled/controlled by fear.



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I really like the way he expresses his thoughts. Calm and precise. I think It's the best way to propagate the message of liberty.


... a substantive thoughtful mainstream interview without the participants yelling over each other and without the interviewer throwing out insinuations and insults.

Imagine if this were the norm, rather than the exception, in the mainstream media.

How great would it be if

Dr. Paul were to hire GG as an advisor for his new Peace Institute?

What is freedom? Freedom is the right to choose; the right to create for
yourself the alternative of choice. Without the responsibility and exercise
of choice a man is not a man but a member, an instrument, a thing.
-- Archibald Macleish

I'll echo the excellence of

I'll echo the excellence of this interview. I was wondering if Glenn was going to start crying towards the end because if you understand the implications there is much grief and sorrow and loss awaiting. Although there is a little hope I do not see a major repentance and a major devastation of peace and prosperity is likely to come first. Even after the cultural and economic collapse, if the pain is not great enough, the people will still not be ready to change their ways. We are focusing on politics and Ron Paul and Rand Paul but remember politics is merely a means to teach because the minds and hearts must change first.


Thank you!

Thank you!


This was very good. My non

This was very good. My non political husband hurriedly called me into the room just to watch this discussion last Saturday. That says a lot.

and on You Tube It Is


it is very nice ... good to share with those who have problems
thinking for themselves ....
well done G.G.

opps, sorry, had'nt seen

opps, sorry, had'nt seen your post

Great discussion, timeless

Greenwald provides a lot of thoughtful, insightful analysis

Here's his regular column for anyone unfamiliar with it:

He used to write for Salon. Archive:

He's deffinatly one of the

He's deffinatly one of the good ones