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Greg Palast Interviews The Real Randi Rhodes

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The Real Randi Rhodes:

Greg Palast interviews the high school troublemaker turned troublemaker in uniform turned troublemaker on the air. An exclusive podcast -- listen to it here

In Part I, Randi reads, "Nose-twist's Hidden Hand" from Armed Madhouse, and in Part 2, "Rodeo Day and No Ideology" from the Secret War over Oil in Iraq section of Palast's new book.

And -- quick! before Patriot III goes into effect and makes reading it illegal -- get your copy of Armed Madhouse: Who's Afraid of Osama Wolf?, China Floats Bush Sinks, the Scheme to Steal '08, No Child's Behind Left and other Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Class War here

Hear Palast reading from the hit audio book with Larry David, Jim Hightower, Janeane Garofalo, Brad Friedman and Ed Asner. [Others to be posted shortly -- stay tuned to www.GregPalast.com]

Larry David: "Kerry Won" Listen here

Jim Hightower: "The Best Little Legal Whorehouse in Texas" Listen here

Janeane Garofalo: "The Tallahassee Lassie and the Bleaching of the Voter Rolls" Listen here

Brad Friedman: "Jim Crow Goes Digital" Listen here

Ed Asner: "The Network" Listen here

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Greg Palast is the author of Armed Madhouse.

Armed Madhouse: Who’s Afraid of Osama Wolf?, China Floats Bush Sinks, the Scheme to Steal ‘08, No Child’s Behind Left and other Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Class War. Available to order here.

Subscribe to Greg Palast's podcasts here

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