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Ed's Guest List, Monday 5/9

05/09/11 08:45PM

Matthew Alexander, Former U.S. Military Interrogator who tracked down senior Al Qaeda leaders in Iraq.  Author of: Kill or Capture.  A Fellow at UCLA's Burkle Center for International Relations.Cliff May, President of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.Jack Rice, Former CIA officer.Laura Flanders, host of GRITtv on Free Speech TV and editor of the book “At the Tea Party”.Masudur Rahman, The Imam of Memphis and an adjunct instructor of Arabic at the University of Memphis.  His colleague Mohamed Zaghloul of the Islamic Association of Greater Memphis will also be on the show. read more

Torture debate renewed

Torture debate renewed

05/09/11 08:00PM

Cliff May of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and former CIA Special Agent Jack Rice debate the role of enhanced interrogation tactics in obtaining... watch

What's in Ed's Head: 5/9/11

05/09/11 06:56PM

These are the stories the staff of The Ed Show are keeping an eye on ...Dick Cheney says waterboarding is legal and should be reinstated.A top U.S. interrogator says torture talk can endanger our troops.Speaker Boehner is in New York tonight to try to sell Medicare cuts as part of raising the debt-celing.2 Muslim leaders wearing religious attire were stopped by Delta and not allowed to board their flight, even after clearing the TSA checkpoint.  Exclusive: Masudur Rahman, one of the two leaders, will be on The Ed Show tonight. read more

We want to hear your patriotism!

05/05/11 10:39PM

If you have a patriotic song, or even a rendition of another song already in the can, leave a link to it in the comment section.We'll check them out, and maybe even play it on the air!  read more

Ed's Guest List, Thursday 5/5

05/05/11 08:30PM

Former Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL).Rev. Al Sharpton, National Action Network President.Lee Papa, Author of The Rude Pundit blog and the book The Rude Pundit’s Almanac. Eric Boehlert, Senior Fellow at Media Matters. read more