Fair Policy, Fair Discussion

July 6, 2010

Noam Chomsky to appear on Radio Show

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ayesha Yousuf @ 10:16 am

On Thursday, July 8, Noam Chomsky is set to appear on our radio show, “CNI: Jerusalem Calling” from 12-1 ET.

Noam Chomsky is a world renowned American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist and political activist. He is currently a professor of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Chomsky is a prominent cultural figure, known for his outspoken political views and commentary, especially when it comes to mass media and U.S. foreign policy. In regards to the Middle East, Chomsky has been critical of U.S. policies towards Israel as well Israel’s treatment of Palestinians. He has written books on these issues, including “Fateful Triangle,” “Middle East Illusions,” and “Peace in the Middle East? Reflections on Justice and Nationhood.”

To listen to the show, go to the show’s homepage (www.wsradio.com/cni) and click on the “Listen Live” button for Studio A, at the top left. You can call in with your questions and comments during the second half of the show by calling 877-474-3302, toll-free. International users can ask questions via Skype, by calling Skypename: WSRADIOSTUDIO.

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2 Comments »

  1. Looking forward to it. I’m still catching up on past programs. You have to let everyone have their say – on the June 17th program, Seth Freedman was not given enough time to speak…so much so that I was concerned he would hang up before the program ended. He was correct in his contention that his comments were strongly challenged whereas those of the other guest, Paul Larudee, were not. Always keep in mind the “fair discussion”.

    Comment by Clif Brown — July 6, 2010 @ 11:00 am | Reply

  2. Thanks Clif that’s a very fair point! We should be serving to highlight the human stories and facts but not bias them in our presentation.

    Comment by quinnconnors — July 8, 2010 @ 10:28 am | Reply


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