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Guest Chris Hedges on his new book: "Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt"

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Wed, 05/06/2015
From seminarian to New York Times journalist to one of the leading social critics on the left to (just last year) ordained Presbyterian minister, Chris Hedges remains as provocative and insightful as ever with his twefth book: "Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt," due out next week.

Enjoy the conversation with membership "pitches" edited out!
 
From the blurb for his new book:
45:01 minutes (41.22 MB)

Alice Eve Cohen Interview

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Between Us
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Thu, 05/07/2015
Author Alice Eve Cohen has told two stories of personal upheaval that have visited her family in the last six years; "What I Thought I Knew" in 2009, and her most recent memoir, "The Year My Mother Came Back".  She talks with Don Merrill about what those two different stories have in common, how she balances cynicism and optimism and how writing for children early in her career brought her storytelling to where it is today.
26:12 minutes (23.99 MB)

3 Days in May: Fast Track, 'We The People' and Scott Walker's nose job ...

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Air Cascadia
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Wed, 05/06/2015
Here are a few links to get us all across some rough rivers in May:

http://movetoamend.org

https://www.stopfasttrack.com


www.citizenactionwi.org

And a few quotes, excerpts and random thoughts...

39:50 minutes (27.35 MB)

Exceptionalism in America

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Mon, 05/04/2015
There is a huge discrepancy in sentences for criminal violations between the rich and powerful and the poor and anonymous. Tom Becker reads Eoin Higgins's piece from Huffington Post, One Week, Three Lessons on the Exclusivity of Exceptionalism in America: Drones, Petraeus and the Death of Freddy Gray  8:00 minutes (5.49 MB)

Left & the Law: Death Penalty Politics

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Mon, 05/04/2015
In their Left and the Law segment, Jan Haaken and Mike Snedeker talk about the state of death penalty politics in the US, and the current case before the Supreme Court on the use of a "cocktail" of drugs in executions. Mike and Jan take up some of the history of medicalizing of executions, and the role of doctors in state supported murder. 
Photo Credit: LiberationNews.org
15:49 minutes (10.86 MB)

Book Review: "Chalcot Crescent"

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Mon, 05/04/2015
Larrry Bowlden reviews Fay Weldon's 2010 novel, Chalcot Crescent,; it describes a dystopian possible future of capitalism. The books is partly prophetic, partly cynical satire, and partly a kind of memoir. Although still obviously a feminist author, she pokes fun at many of her own past views as well as her own writing career. 
More of Larry's book reviews are here 5:51 minutes (4.01 MB)

Middle East Meltdown

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Mon, 05/04/2015
Dave Finkel and Bill Resnick discuss the latest phase of the battle for control of the middle east. Have Israel and Saudi Arabia formed an Alliance to help Sunni Jihadists, seeing a victory of Al Qaeda and the ISIS as the lesser evil as compared to a victory of Iran and its allies in Syria, Iraq, and Lebanon?
Finkel is editor of Against the Current and co-author of the editorial “Middle East Imperial Meltdown” in the latest issue.
13:28 minutes (9.25 MB)

Creature Double Feature LIVE at KBOO

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The Monday Sampler
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Mon, 03/16/2015
29:41 minutes (40.76 MB)

Annie Dang Live at KBOO

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The Monday Sampler
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Mon, 02/09/2015
28:33 minutes (39.23 MB)
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