Episode 181 The Best Of The Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.
The show is off this week for the holidays. As such, we are running the Best of The Matthew Filipowicz Show with some of our favorite interviews, stories, and sketches! All of us at the show hope you have a great holiday season and a happy progressive new year!
Coming up on today’s best-of show, we have filmmaker Eugene Jarecki here to talk about his documentary on the drug war, The House I Live In.
We also have artist and author Anne Elizabeth Moore back on the show to discuss her new book on Cambodia, Hip Hop Apsara.
We’ll also discuss journalists arrested at the Tar Sands Blockade, how FOIA requests are being outsourced to companies like CACI International, and President Obama’s confusing and ridiculous comments about civil liberties.
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