I just listened to Weapons of Mass Instruction, an hour-long talk by Greg Palast. It just happened to come on the local radio station (must be Pacifica). Great talk -- Greg Palast is an investigative journalist for the Guardian (he himself is American), and he talks about a variety of topics, including Enron and the 2000 election, generally centered on Bush and the administration. It's both entertaining and chilling, and ultimately enraging. It's something everyone should listen to, I think, regardless of where you are coming from.
If you don't want to buy the CD -- understandable, you probably won't listen to it that many times -- you can get it from emusic.com using their free trial membership. (You can also listen to some samples if that will help.) Emusic is pretty easy -- you give them your information and credit card, you download the CD, maybe a couple other CDs for the heck of it, and you can can cancel right then (I like Cat Power and Songs: Ohia, and there's lots of TMBG for those who are so inclined).
Don't forget Greg's book "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy". Worth reading by everyone.
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