Apr 30, 2013
On April 29, 2013, I recorded a conversation with former CIA
analyst and Presidential daily briefer Ray McGovern. Ray held
forth on some of the usual subjects, but with an added emphasis on
the media. Ray has said that in his 50 years of observing
Washington, D.C., the biggest change he's witnessed is that we no
longer have in any real sense a free media. On this show, Ray
expands on that in the light of some of his recent interactions
with university students, and talks about torture, detainess, and
the conflict inherent in the CIA between intelligence analysis and
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