Clayton Morgareidge hosts this Old Mole that, in addition to a discussion about the Syrian civil war and other mid-east conflicts, converges on a theme of social democracy under attack and the political stakes in its being defunded.
Jan Haaken talks with Universal Healthcare advocate, Chris Lowe, about Obamacare. Jan questions Chris about how to understand what's worthwhile and regressive in Obamacare from the perspective of those of us who believe healthcare should be universal. They talk about social democracy, the way that the government shutdown is being used to make us cynical about the state, and how we need to contextualize the kind of services the State offers and threatens to take away. 13:11 minutes (7.54 MB)
Ren Green asked Portland attorney Thomas McElroy to share the heartaches and pitfalls of high conflict divorce from a divorce lawyer's perspective. Thomas is a founder and partner of McElroy & Durham, PC. http://oregondivorceattorneyservices.com/
(Music: "Advil Confirmed" by JD Falk) 39:48 minutes (36.44 MB)
River interviewed Edgar Mendez, Youth Technology Specialist for the Cascade AIDS Project, about Concientizate, A Celebration of Latin@ art, culture and music to commemorate National Latino AIDS Awareness Day. Come celebrate our culture, heritage and pride!