Watch Me on HuffPost Live

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

I just did my first segment on HuffPost, along with one-time Agitator guest blogger Alyona Minkovski and friend-of-the-Agitator Jack Cole, one of the co-founders of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.

The topic was terrorism and the drug war.

You can watch here.

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8 Responses to “Watch Me on HuffPost Live”

  1. #1 |  KBCraig | 

    Well, that was confusing as hell, for a minute or two.

    A video that was definitely not Radley and Alyona started playing, and I had a helluva time finding it among all my open tabs. I finally noticed that it was one of the tiny preview videos in the replay strip.

    Auto-play sucks, and has since the ’90s. When you can’t even spot what’s playing, that’s worse.

  2. #2 |  marie | 

    “You said it was horrible but what was it like for you?” Even reporters who are on the trail of an important story can’t help themselves, can they?

    This video has bad sound, bad webcam images with terrible lighting, uses the wrong video…I hope next time the wrinkles will be ironed out.

  3. #3 |  MikeV | 

    Any way you could post a link that goes directly to the video.

    I couldn’t find it.

  4. #4 |  marie | 

    Illicit Terrorism is the article you want.

    If that is replaced with something else, you might still find the article under Featured Videos. When you roll your cursor over the Featured Videos, you want “Is Drug Trafficking a Form of Terrorism”. Same article, different headings.

    The site is confusing.

  5. #5 |  (B)oscoH, Yogurt Eater | 

    You had us at “Alyona”. I like how she goes out of her way to deny immediate recognition of your living room.

  6. #6 |  EBL | 

    Off Topic but FYI Dog Attack This sounds like more the parents than the cops are to blame (but obviously facts could change that view). I mention it only because while most puppycides are completely unjustified, there are some dangerous dogs out there (almost always the result of incompetent or dangerous owners).

  7. #7 |  Personanongrata | 

    I see the use of SWAT for warrant service as a form of domestic terrorism.

  8. #8 |  Personanongrata | 

    Consenting adults entering into a private contract amongst themselves for the purchase of goods and or services is not a form of domestic terrorism.

    The use of SWAT terrorists to serve warrants is a form of domestic terrorism