Episode 15 is now available. You can also listen to it through the player on the right hand side of my blog, or on my MySpace page.
Twenty years ago today New Zealand became the first country in the world to go nuclear-free. Had the US acted differently, this may not have lasted. The French government used blackmail to change New Zealand policy, the US could have done that, too. There’s a weird audio glitch about half way through—I didn’t edit it to make it weird.
I was on two other podcasts this week: ArcherRadio and There Are Some Who Call Me Tim.
I also go over comments from the past two episodes, adding a bit more. Then I give a strong endorsement: If you’re Liberal or progressive, you must give a listen to Callbox 7. Please check out my friend Jason’s blog at jasonsviewfromdc.blogspot.com. The Bloomberg debate is at The Occasional Fag (or, for part one go here, for part two go here).
The column in the New Zealand Herald by John Armstrong is here.
Another podcast on Tuesday of next week.
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