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Political Perspectives on 11/30/11

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Wed, 11/30/2011 - 9:00am - 10:00am
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Bill Moyers on Politics Today is Money Laundering

Bill Moyers on Politics Today is Money Laundering

Bill Moyers delivered the keynote address at Public Citizen's 40th Anniversary celebration in October 2011. It was recorded and produced by TUC Radio.

Moyers says: "Politics Today is Money Laundering and the Trafficking of Power and Policy" - and "why New York’s Zuccotti Park is occupied is no mystery.  Reporters keep scratching their heads and asking: Why are you here? But it’s as clear as the crash of 2008: they are occupying Wall Street because Wall Street has occupied America."

Radiozine on 11/30/11

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Radiozine
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Wed, 11/30/2011 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Radio EcoShock Presents the Shadowy Guilt of Air Travel

 

Radio EcoShock Presents the Shadowy Guilt of Air Travel

 

Why don't you hear about the extra cancer deaths, & global warming impacts from airports? UK activists prevented from speaking in the U.S. Hear British aviation activists John Stewart & Dan Glass from aviationjustice.org Plus Debi Wagner from Seattle. She tells about horrible health impacts & the battle to halt airport expansion (Chicago, NYC, and more).

Hosted by Alex Smith.

 

www.ecoshock.org/

Evening News - Occupy Portland Live Stream - 11-10-11 Part 3 of 3

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Evening News
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Thu, 11/10/2011

Interviews from the Occupy Portland encampment as heard originally on the KBOO live stream.  Volunteers, residents, supporters and commentators comment on the mayor's eviction notice, the future of the movement, the camp as a microcosm of society, the Molotov cocktail incident, drug issues, infiltrators, criminal elements, homeless and merntal health issues and much more.  Hear about the occupation from the people who were there!

61:29 minutes (56.29 MB)

Evening News - Occupy Portland Live Stream - 11-10-11 Part 2 of 3

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Evening News
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Thu, 11/10/2011

Interviews from the Occupy Portland encampment as heard originally on the KBOO live stream.  Volunteers, residents, supporters and commentators comment on the mayor's eviction notice, the future of the movement, the camp as a microcosm of society, the Molotov cocktail incident, drug issues, infiltrators, criminal elements, homeless and merntal health issues and much more.  Hear about the occupation from the people who were there!

84:51 minutes (77.68 MB)

Evening News - Occupy Portland Live Stream - 11-10-11 Part 1 of 3

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Evening News
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Thu, 11/10/2011

Interviews from the Occupy Portland encampment as heard originally on the KBOO live stream.  Volunteers, residents, supporters and commentators comment on the mayor's eviction notice, the future of the movement, the camp as a microcosm of society, the Molotov cocktail incident, drug issues, infiltrators, criminal elements, homeless and merntal health issues and much more.  Hear about the occupation from the people who were there!

61:37 minutes (56.42 MB)

Economic Conditions and the Occupy Movement

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Tue, 11/29/2011

 Joe Uris hosts a discussion of the broader implications of the country’s current economic situation and how the Occupy Movement fits in.

 
 

 

58:16 minutes (53.35 MB)

More Talk Radio on 11/28/11

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More Talk Radio
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Mon, 11/28/2011

On Tuesday Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber announced that he is stopping the scheduled execution of Oregon death row inmate Gary Haugen. He also said he would not allow any other executions during his term as Governor. The Governor's announcement came just after the Oregon Supreme Court said it would allow the execution to proceed on December 6th.

More Talk Radio host Cecil Prescod will interview Jeff Ellis, of the Oregon Capital Resource Center. The group had petitioned the state Supreme Court to stop Haugen's execution. He also speaks with Ron Steiner of Oregonians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty about Kitzhaber's decision and what it means for the future of the death penalty in Oregon

53:28 minutes (48.95 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour

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Mon, 11/28/2011

 

Clayton Morgareidge hosts this episode in which the Moles look at the meaning and future of the Occupy Movement, the question of corporate personhood, and the new movie J. Edgar.  We also hear some topical music from Laurie Anderson and a letter about health care. 

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52:52 minutes (30.25 MB)

Special Programming: Public Affairs on 11/28/11

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Mon, 11/28/2011 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
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Pelican Bay Hunger strike report

Snitch or Die: A report on the Pelican Bay Prisoner Hunger Strike

Tonight, KBOO brings you a talk recently recorded in Portland regarding the prisoner hunger strike that began in July in California prisons to challenge the use of solitary confinement or 'control units' as punishment.

Click here for more info on the hunger strike.

The Meaning and Future of Occupy

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Mon, 11/28/2011

 What has the Occupy Movement around the country and the world accomplished?  Should it have definite goals, and if so, what should they be?  Joseph Oresco teaches philosophy and is head of the Peace Studies program at Oregon State University, and he talks here with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick about the Occupation -- where it's been, what it means, and where  it's going.  

20:11 minutes (11.55 MB)
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