Podcast Show #18

The Boiling Frogs Presents Daniel Ellsberg Dan Ellsberg provides us with his analysis of Barack Obama’s presidency, shares with us what led him to cast his vote for Obama, and how and why he’s been let down and betrayed by our current president. He discusses the stark similarities between the previous administration and Obama’s Whitehouse […]

Podcast Show #17

The Boiling Frogs Presents Mark Klein Mark Klein provides us with his personal account of the illegal spying apparatus installed at AT&T by the National Security Agency and his battle as a whistleblower to bring it to light. He talks about the difficulties in getting a reluctant media to report the story, the incredible betrayal […]

Podcast Show #16

The Boiling Frogs Presents Russ Baker Russ Baker discusses his book, Family of Secrets, the first complete historic portrait of the Bush dynasty, and provides us with an overview of how this dynasty shaped our politics. He tells us about the shadow government in the US, the real players, elites, and power centers within each […]

Updates & Weekly Round Up for December 12

Ron Paul on Escalation in Afghanistan, Obama Supports & Defends Domestic Enemies & More Not much in terms of site updates on this week’s Boiling Frogs Round Up. If you haven’t listened to our interview with Pepe Escobar, please do; click here. Last week I failed to bring to your attention an interesting and noteworthy […]

Peter B. Collins Invites You to Join & Support Boiling Frogs Post

Here is Peter B Collins’ message to you on our diminishing civil liberties, the mainstream media letdown of whistleblowers, and our need to have your support to fight this fight together as members of the irate minority: PLEASE DONATE NOW This project is solely dependent on your donations. Your contributions will allow us to: Purchase […]

Podcast Show #14

The Boiling Frogs Presents Mizgin Yilmaz Mizgin Yilmaz provides us with an overview and background on the Kurdish Issue in Turkey, the origin of the conflict involving the Kurdish minority and Turkey’s central government, and the status and latest developments on the ‘Kurdish Initiative.’ She describes the depth and reach of the influential Turkish lobby […]

Podcast Show #13

The Boiling Frogs Presents Kristina Borjesson Kristina Borjesson relates her experiences and provides analysis of the current state of investigative and enterprise journalism in the US. She discusses the drastic decline in true investigative journalism, the role of the internet and the globalization of reporting, and the clashing of the two cultures: traditional media & […]

Podcast Show #12

The Boiling Frogs Presents Joe Lauria Joe Lauria relates the latest developments in the United Nations, including the controversies involving the elections in Afghanistan, the removal of Peter Galbraith, and the liability of having an American as the second man in office. He discusses the recent UN report on the Taliban’s funding, including heroin related […]

Podcast Show #11

The Boiling Frogs Presents Elizabeth Gould & Paul Fitzgerald Elizabeth Gould & Paul Fitzgerald discuss Afghanistan and how US foreign policy and military decisions are based on miscalculated and misunderstood Afghanistan politics, history, and culture. They talk about the ‘real’ history of Afghanistan; how the media misled the public by not laying out the fundamental […]

Podcast Show #9

The Boiling Frogs Presents Melvin Goodman Melvin Goodman discusses the steady decline of the CIA in the last three decades. He provides his well-argued criticism of the mainstream media, especially the Washington Post Editorials which have been acting as defenders and apologists for the CIA. Mr. Goodman talks about Robert Gates’ record during the Reagan […]

Podcast Show #8

The Boiling Frogs Presents John M. Cole John M. Cole discusses his 18 year journey at the FBI as a Counterintelligence and Counterespionage Operations Manager. He talks about Turkish and Israeli espionage operations in the US, the infiltration of the Bureau by a Pakistani spy, abuses of FISA applications, the TRILOGY software fiasco, and more. […]

Podcast Show #7

The Boiling Frogs Presents Richard Barlow Richard Barlow discusses his experience as a counter-proliferation intelligence officer with the CIA in the 1980s, his work for the Office of the Secretary of Defense under Dick Cheney, and his incredible journey in trying to stop the proliferation efforts of the now infamous A.Q. Khan. He talks about […]

Podcast Show #6

The Boiling Frogs Presents Peter Lance Peter Lance discusses his latest book Triple Cross: How Bin Laden’s Master Spy Penetrated the CIA, the Green Berets, and the FBI. He talks about how U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald tried to kill the new trade paperback version of his bestselling 9/11 expose, the importance of Ali Mohamed and […]

Podcast Show #4

The Boiling Frogs Presents Sandalio Gonzalez Sandalio Gonzalez, Retired Special Agent in Charge with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), discusses the Kent Memo Scandal, the House of Death cover up, our so-called War on Drugs, US Congress, and more. For more relevant background read my special post on Sandy Gonzalez here. In 1978 Sandalio Gonzalez […]

Monthly Report-July 2009

Updates & AnnouncementsIt’s been a roller-coaster week and I expect that to continue for the next few days. My week was taken up with the latest frenzy surrounding the congressional campaign on the whistleblower protection bill. Also, I was presented with a very interesting development in a case that seems to be related to my […]