I invited former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter back onto my show to talk about developments in the Iran nuclear story, with their President and Deputy Nuclear Chief crowing about their ability to produced low-grade enriched uranium. As always, Ritter explained in layman’s terms what’s going on and why, while we certainly must continue to monitor their nuclear program, we shouldn’t panic about it yet.

We also discussed new revelations about those mobile labs that the Bush administration insisted were proof of WMDs before the war (even though, as today’s Washington Post story says, “US intelligence officials possessed powerful evidence that it was not true”).

I vividly recall Ritter explaining on my show in May, 2003 — on the same day President Bush said, “We have found the weapons of mass destruction” — that those trailers weren’t full of weapons of any kind, but in fact were making something called “slurry.” I dug up that audio and played it as part of today’s conversation, which you can listen to here, then click here to subscribe to these podcasts via iTunes!