Join Phil Donahue in a National Conversation Monday 27thPlus, Host a "Body of War" Movie Watching Party | Sept. - Oct.“Superb documentary!Almost unbearably moving.”- Time MagazineDear Supporter,Join us this Monday night the 27th for a national conversation with cultural pioneer Phil Donahue. It is a part of the Summer of Peace tele-summit series. It starts at 8:00 ET, 5:00 PT for one hour. We will discuss with Phil his thoughts on the peace movement, his film Body of War and our new Fall...Read Full Story
Phil Donahue on His 2003 Firing from MSNBC, When Liberal Network Couldn’t Tolerate Antiwar Voices...In 2003, the legendary television host Phil Donahue was fired from his prime-time MSNBC talk show during the run-up to the U.S. invasion of Iraq. The problem was not Donahue’s ratings, but rather his views: An internal MSNBC memo warned Donahue was a "difficult public face for NBC in a time of war," providing "a home for the liberal antiwar agenda at the same time that our competitors are...Read Full Story
The civil war is among the most memorable milestones in America. This is the turn of the country wherein a lot of people offered their lives because of the two warring sections of the country. Nowadays, this part of the history is being taught in school and in museums. Teachers and even parents have the duty to teach their children the importance of that era so that they will learn why the country is what it is today. It is only a given fact that everyone must know about their country's...Read Full Story
Phil Donahue as come and gone. Nope, not dead yet, just fully retired. I recall first hearing about him when we visited friends in Dayton, OH. OH. OH. (round on the ends HI in the middle) I can still hear my Mother’s friend saying to my mother: “Cassie, you just have to watch this TV program.”
It was Phil Donahue.
He was a radical! Wildly liberal and he let it show! He actually engaged the audience in the discussion! But he was in Dayton, Ohio, how would he ever get guests? Somehow he did...Read Full Story