Theresa Mitchell with the "news you're not supposed to know," focusses on the economy, the dire statistics, and a few solutions. How about a $20 minimum wage? And banning billionaires?
- Title: Fix the Economy -- ban billionaires and pass a $20 minimum wage!
- Producer: Theresa Mitchell
- Length: 24:32 minutes (22.47 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Todays topics include; the new tax bill and its effect on our society (including health care and social security), North and South Korea, and other news stories.
- Length: 28:17 minutes (19.42 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 96Kbps (CBR)
Theresa Mitchell with the "news you're not supposed to know." Of industrialized U.S. worst again in health care -- Theresa examines the health denial industry, effects of Obama-care, and also takes a look at CEO salaries and perks (in the stratosphere?)
Theresa Mitchell with "all the news you're not supposed to know." A look at FBI raids on Wikileak supporters, anti-war and social justice activists. Bank stability skin-deep, with four mega-banks showing weak performances despite accounting maneuvers. Banking consumer intimidation. And more--also, take a look at Theresa's blog: http://www.kboo.fm/node/24851
Theresa Mitchell with the "news you're not supposed to know." Tropical storm heads for Haiti, continued war agenda for new legislators. Iraq body count plus Pentagon count = true total of Iraqi deaths. And the killing continues, while the Taliban gains increased support. Who benefits? And don't forget the goal of pauperizing Americans--low pay bumps up corporate profits. Let's see some real change!
Theresa Mitchell with "the news you're not supposed to know."
Home "owners" should copy this URL and bookmark it:
For yourself , for everyone you love, even for everyone you will love, you need housing and land rights. Fight. Get a lawyer if you need one.
Read more at Theresa's blog: http://kboo.fm/node/24433
Host Theresa Mitchell speaks with activist Jordan Flaherty about his book Floodlines: Community and Resistance from Katrina to the Jena Six. The book has an introduction by Democracy Now host Amy Goodman and a preface by civil rights attorney Tracie Washington. Floodlines is a firsthand account of community, culture, and resistance in New Orleans in the years before and after Katrina. The book weaves the interconnected stories of Mardi Gras Indians, Arab and Latino immigrants, public housing residents, gay rappers, spoken word poets, victims of police brutality, out of town volunteers, and grassroots activists. From post-Katrina evacuee camps, to torture testimony at Angola Prison, to organizing with the family members of the Jena Six, Floodlines tells the stories behind the headlines, from an unforgettable time and place in history.
- Title: Jordan Flaherty discusses "Floodlines: Community and Resistance from Katrina to the Jena Six"
- Producer: Theresa Mitchell
- Length: 26:28 minutes (12.12 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 64Kbps (CBR)