Civil Liberties

Civil rights, etc.

The Abe and Joe Talk Radio Show on 03/23/10

Air date: 
Tue, 03/23/2010 - 8:00am - 9:00am
Short Description: 
For better or worse, the Democrats' health care reform legislation has passed.

But is it a good bill? Who benefits? Who loses? What about the public option? Will we ever get a single-payer system? How will this impact life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? Abe and Joe look at the new health care status quo.

Bombing Iran and Arresting Dissidents

program: 
Presswatch
program date: 
Thu, 03/18/2010

Theresa Mitchell will follow logistical preparations to bomb Iran, and discuss Senator John McCain's new anti-constitutional bill to arrest dissidents as "suspected unprivileged enemy billigerents." No, you won't get a phone call.

24:02 minutes (11 MB)

[Who Killed Marine Colonel Jim Sabow?

program: 
Fight the Empire
program date: 
Thu, 03/18/2010

Who killed Marine Colonel Jim Sabow? Host Per Fagereng speaks with the Colonel's brother Dr. David Sabow, who has been pursuing the case for over ten years.

Marine Colonel James Sabow's death was very controversial. In 1991 Sabow, a fighter pilot and a hero of the Vietnam War before becoming the third ranking officer at the Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, was found dead behind his home at the base, a shotgun blast to his head, blood splattered across the backyard.

29:26 minutes (13.47 MB)

Stuart Archer Cohen, author of "The Army of the Republic"

program: 
Between the Covers
program date: 
Thu, 12/10/2009

Host Ed Goldberg speaks with Stuart Archer Cohen, author of The Army of the Republic, a novel of resistance to a repressive government in near-future America. Stuart Archer Cohen lives in Juneau, Alaska, where he owns Invisible World, an international company dealing in wool, silk, alpaca and cashmere in Asia and South America.  His previous two novels, Invisible World and 17 Stone Angels, have been translated into 10 languages.

 

26:59 minutes (12.36 MB)

March 15 Old Mole Variety Hour

program date: 
Mon, 03/15/2010

 Hosted by Bill Resnick and featuring the powerful protest music of Mavis Staples, this show includes a discussion of the real feasibility of replacing coal and nuclear power with wind and solar; a conversation critical of the "reality" show "Undercover Bosses"; and an analysis of the quagmire in Afghanistan.  

 

54:26 minutes (31.15 MB)

Victims of the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act

program date: 
Wed, 03/17/2010

 Tonight we are talking about the animal enterprise terrorism act and the Green Scare, with Bob Bloom, defense attorney for one of the AETA 4, Jude from the Scott and Carrie Support Committee, and Tom  from EWOK, Earth Warriors are Okay.

The Coalition to Abolish the AETA seeks an end to the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) and  works collaboratively to more strategically coordinate grassroots education and outreach, legislative advocacy, media, litigation and public pressure to more effectively reverse the erosion of rights enshrined in the AETA.
http://abolishtheaeta.org/web/

58:36 minutes (23.47 MB)

Life and Music of Mavis Staples

program date: 
Mon, 03/15/2010

This segment includes of songs by Mavis Staples and the Staples Singers, plus a discussion of her music and her career with radical musicologist Brad Duncan and the Old Mole's Bill Resnick.  Their music was an integral part of the civil rights movement, and she's still at it.  

8:02 minutes (4.6 MB)

Voices from the Edge on 03/18/10

Air date: 
Thu, 03/18/2010 - 8:00am - 9:00am
Short Description: 
Counting Heads: What's right and what's wrong with the 2010 census

Its been happening every decade since 1790. As mandated by the constitution, the U.S. Census Bureau determines the population of the nation, the results used to allocate congressional seats, electoral votes and government program funding. As census questionnaires start arriving in mailboxes this month, criticism of the census is heating up from all quarters. Right wing pundits characterize the census as part of the Obama administration's efforts to control citizens' lives. Republicans accuse organization like ACORN of distorting the results for political gain. Communities of color and other underrepresented populations worry that historic undercounting of their numbers will once again leave them without real political representation.

Voices from the Edge on 03/11/10

program date: 
Thu, 03/11/2010

The appointment of Multnomah County Chair Ted Wheeler as state treasurer last Tuesday churned county and state political waters this week. Wheeler, appointed by Governor Kulongoski to fill the vacancy created by State Treasurer Ben Westlund's death, is now better positioned to advance up the ladder of statewide offices. At the county level, meanwhile, his departure has set off a scramble for his and County Commissioner Jeff Cogen's seat - Cogen throwing his hat in the ring to be the county's top executive. What will Wheeler's departure mean for residents of Oregon's most populous county? Jo Ann and Dave look at what's ahead for the candidates and county residents.

48:49 minutes (18.57 MB)
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