Scott Horton Biography
Scott Horton is managing director of the Libertarian Institute, and the host of Antiwar Radio for Pacifica Radio’s KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles and KUCR in Riverside, California, he is also the foreign policy interview podcast, The Scott Horton Show. Horton is the author of the book Fool’s Errand.
Horton is also the editorial director of the libertarian, non-interventionist website Antiwar.com. He once hosted. Say It Ain’t So on Free Radio Austin 97.1 FM, and the Weekend Interview Show and the KAOS Report on Radio KAOS 95.9 FM where he earned The Austin Chronicle’s Best of Austin award in 2007 for “Best Iraq War Coverage” and co-host of the KOOP Evening News. He is also the founder and former owner of TheBumperSticker.com.
Scott Horton Age
Scott Horton was born in the U.S.A, but information about his birth date and years is not known.
Scott Horton Family
The author information about his parent and siblings have not been disclosed.
Scott Horton Wife
Horton is married to investigative reporter Larisa Alexandrovna.
Scott Horton Height
The author of the book Fool’s Errand Scott Horton stands at a Height of 6′ 1″ (1.85 m) tall.
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Scott Horton Career
Horton is the author of the book Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan” in Summer 2017. Time to End the War in Afghanistan, managing director of the Libertarian Institute, host of Antiwar Radio for Pacifica Radio’s KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles and KUCR in Riverside, California. He is also the foreign policy interview podcast, The Scott Horton Show. He has conducts interviews with journalists, politicians, pundits, lawyers, and experts on foreign policy and war-time law.
Horton is also the editorial director of the libertarian, non-interventionist website Antiwar.com. In October 2016, Horton with Sheldon Richman and William Norman Grigg created and launched the Libertarian Institute. From the website “Our goal is to unite the libertarian movement, and more importantly, to realign American politics — prioritizing opposition to the worst of state power.
Scott Horton Book
- Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan”
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Scott Horton Interview
Daniel Lazare discusses the hacking of the DNC email server, which is in the news yet again because of the recent indictment against Julian Assange. Lazare points out why many of the allegations against Assange don’t make any sense, among which is the claim that he worked with supposed Russian agent Guccifer 2.0 to obtain and leak the stolen emails—but this claim is supported by an announcement from Wikileaks that happened before the alleged contact with Guccifer. The full report is full of many other similar contradictions.
Grant Smith comes back on the show to explain the polling around American support for Palestine. Last month Gallup quietly revealed that support for Palestine among Americans is now higher than support for Israel. In the past these polls, which always claimed Americans favored Israel, have been used to justify Israel’s privileged status in American foreign policy—so it’s no wonder powerful forces want to keep results like this quiet.
Kevin Zeese joins the show from the Venezuelan embassy in Washington D.C., where he and other activists are trying to ensure that the Trump administration doesn’t turn the embassy over to their puppet government. Since the actual coup attempt in Venezuela failed due to military loyalty to Maduro, explains Zeese, the U.S. has been trying to replace a network of embassies with the people they want in power. Zeese says that much of what we hear about Venezuela in the mainstream media is false; they are still fairly prosperous, Maduro won in a fair election and still enjoys popular support, and the country attracts many more immigrants than it has emigrants. American special interests, he says, are just using the political unrest there as an excuse to try to get their hands on the country’s immense natural resource wealth.