Corporate-parties Presidential Debate between Obama and McCain LIVE on No Lies Radio

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September 26, 2008
Allan Rees
NoLiesRadio.org

Hear the Historic Presidential Debate between Obama and McCain LIVE
on
No Lies Radio. Friday 5pm Pacific – 8pm Eastern

Click Here To Listen:

http://noliesradio.org
or
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LIVE Broadcast Friday, Sept 26th at 5pm Pacific – 8pm Eastern – 00:00 GMT
Repeat Broadcast: Sunday, Sept 28th at 9am Pacific – 12noon Eastern – 16:00
GMT
Will be archived after the broadcasts.

FIRST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: Barack Obama versus John McCain
DO NOT MISS THIS HISTORIC LIVE BROADCAST from Oxford, Mississippi !!

Pacifica’s National Network Coverage:

Hosted by Ian Masters and Sonali Kolhatkar. Join Sonali Kolhatkar, host of
KPFK’s Uprising!, and Ian Masters, host of KPFK’s hugely popular
Sunday talk-shows, Background Briefing and Live from the Left Coast as they
anchor the first Presidential Debate between Democratic Party nominee Senator
Barack Obama and Republican Party nominee Senator John McCain, which is taking
place in Oxford, Mississippi on Friday evening.

Guests for the broadcast include:

John Brady Kiesling, formerly of the U S Diplomat, who resigned in protest
over the Iraq War; George Farah, Executive Director of Open Debate; Laura Carlsen,
is director of the Americas Policy Program in Mexico City; Chris Hedges (tentative),
best-selling author of American Fascists, I Don’t Believe in Atheists,
and War is a Force that Gives us Meaning; Antonia Juhasz, author of the forthcoming
book The Tyranny of Oil and is with the group Oil Change International; Roger
Morris,
author, critic of the Bush Administration and former National Security Council
member under Presidents Johnson and Nixon; Drew Westin, Professor of Psychology
and Psychiatry at Emory University and author of The Political Brain: The Role
of Emotion in Deciding the Fate of the Nation.; Cynthia McKinney (tentative),
Green Party Presidential nominee; Sikivu Hitchinson, editor and founder of the
blogsite, blackfemlens.org; Aura Bogado, anchor Free Speech Radio News; Verna
Avery Brown, Pacifica News Director; Larry Bensky, longtime national affairs
correspondent for Pacifica Radio and host of KPFA’s Sunday Salon;

Verna Avery-Brown will speak with undecided voters at viewing parties who
will provide their reflections on the debate. If the event in Oxford Miss is
cancelled, then there will not be a national broadcast; however, if only John
McCain does not appear and Barak Obama precedes with a “Town Hall”
format, KPFK will still proceed with the national broadcast.

Listen to the Debate and then consider that the Green Party Presidential Candidate
Cynthia McKinney Could Be Our Last Chance for 9/11 Truth, Stopping the Iran
War and Fascism and Martial Law at home!! Then act to support the party of your
choice and be sure to vote in November! Not familiar with Rep. McKinney’s positions
or history? She has been barred from this debate but you can read the Green
Party 2008 draft platform and 10 Key Values at
http://www.GP.org/index.php

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