On the February 26 Presswatch, host Theresa Mitchell "with the news you're not supposed to know," states the case for leveling the wealth. What? No more private jets? And what's this about 50,000 trips to remain indefinitely in Iraq? And a look at Israel's hypocrisy--how they got their nukes.
On today's Air Cascadia news, Chris Andrea reports from Portland's 3 day Organicology conference. Salmon fishing may be cancelled again this year. Oregon lawsuit to clean up Hanford nuclear waste that threatens the Columbia. Also an interview with Michelle Darr of Code Pink who's fasting on the Capitol steps in Salem in an effort to bring our troops home.&nb
Hosts Patricia, O.B. and Emma speak with E. Lynn Harris, nine-time New York Times bestselling author about his latest book "Basketball Jones," which explores the consequences of loving someone who is forced to conform to the rules society demands its public heroes follow.
Host Ed Goldberg speaks with Lisa Gardner, author of "Say Goodbye," a thriller about abduction and abuse, with an Oregon connection.Lisa Gardner started her first novel, a romance, when she was 18. She sold it to Silhouette Intimate Moments just three years later, during her junior year of college. It was released as "Walking After Midnight" under her pseudonym Alicia Scott. In 1993 Gardner graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in International Relations. She got a job working as a management consultant, but she kept up her writing.
On the March 5 Presswatch, host Theresa Mitchell with the "news you're not supposed to know." Out of work?--don't blame yourself--team up and demand your rights! Will there be a military response to worker protests? What even small mean temperature changes in the climate are doing to weather patterns and life in the ocean. Iranian war looming?