Trevor Aaronson

Counting The True Costs Of War. The Secret Lives Of Young Arab Women.

Norman Solomon – War made Invisible: How America Hides The Human Toll Of Its Military Machine More than twenty years ago, 9/11 and the war...
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A Blueprint For Global Action

Robin Broad and John Cavanagh are passionate about their cause. The story they tell in The Water Defenders – How Ordinary People Saved A Country...
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The Opinion Of Dr. Binoy Kampmark. The Real Tony Montana(s)?

The learned Dr. Binoy Kampmark, senior lecturer at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia is a frequent and welcome contributor to Life Elsewhere. His regular commentaries...
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At 78, Sarasota author Bob Plunkett finally gets the recognition his fans always thought he deserved

After 40 years of obscurity, comic novelist Bob Plunkett is finally getting the attention his devoted fans thought he deserved. His novel “My Search for...
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Sarasota author Bob Plunkett

Coffeeland. Restoring Eden.

Augustine Sedgewick – Coffeeland: One Man’s Dark Empire and the Making of Our Favorite Drug What do you know about coffee? A wonderful new book...
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NPR TV critic Eric Deggans on how the media still wield dangerous words to divide us

Eric Deggans, the first TV critic for National Public Radio, on Tuesday (Aug. 15) discussed the state of media and race on WMNF WaveMakers with...
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NPR TV critic Eric Deggans

Journalist Trevor Aaronson talks terrorism and investigative reporting

By Rob Lorei On Today’s Midpoint, we are joined by Trevor Aaronson, executive director and co-founder of the Florida Center for Investigative Journalism. Aaronson authored The Terror Factory : Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on...

Did the FBI entrap would-be Tampa terrorist Sami Osmakac?

Did the FBI entrap would-be Tampa terrorist Sami Osmakac?

The Informants

A discussion of the FBI's use of informants to infiltrate the Muslim American Community in search of would-be terrorists

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