The Scott Horton Show

Update II: Scott’s fund-drive is now in full swing, with monthly subscriptions now available as well as one time donations. Please help keep Scott on the air!

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Well, is making budget cuts and so my gig doing Antiwar Radio and assorted assistant editor type jobs around the site is over.

My thanks to Eric Garris and the rest of the crew for having me these past 7 years. Doesn’t look like we’ve stopped any wars, but at least we told people the truth about them.

Also thanks very much to all the readers, listeners and volunteers who’ve helped me all this time.

I’ll be trying to keep the show going on the Liberty Radio Network and my own websites, but I’m going to need your help.

So, announcing the new Save the Scott Horton Show Donation/Sponsorship drive:

Have a company? Sponsor the show or advertise on the site.

You can PayPal, or stop by my blog Stress or email me for more information. I can also accept snail mail checks at 612 W. 34th St Austin, TX 78705.

I’m also open to suggestions.

And sign up for the show archive podcasts, interviews and the rest too at My blog Stress, Facebook page, Twitter.

Thanks yall, very much.

Uranium and Beeswax

Too bad ol’ Doc Prather is retired now. If he wasn’t, I guarantee to you that he would point out that buried in all the scaremongering about what Iran “may” be up to, the new IAEA report [.pdf] says:

“[T]he Agency continues to verify the non-diversion of declared nuclear material at the nuclear facilities and LOFs [locations outside facilities where nuclear material is customarily used] declared by Iran under its Safeguards Agreement.”

He might also point out that all the implosion systems in the world are worthless without some actual fissile material to implode, and that nothing else in the IAEA report is any of the IAEA’s “beeswax” (That’s a funny way of saying “business” for those readers who didn’t grow up on American playgrounds.) He’d be right.

See also John Glaser here and Sy Hersh from May here [.pdf].