Hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips in discussion with Green Party Presidential Candidate Dr. Jill Stein on third parties and American politics; bestselling author and journalist Greg Palast is in the SF Bay Area next week debuting his new book Billionaires and Ballot Bandits: How to Steal an Election in 9 Easy Steps; at the bottom of the hour it's Project Censored’s Validated Independent News with student intern Kimberly Soeiro; and the program concludes with political cartoonist and author Khalil Bendib.
Archive for September 2012
We will start with a brief interview with David Barsamian who is traveling in the Northern California area this week discussing his new book with Richard Wolff: Occupy the Economy. Then we will then address Human rights and Social justice for Cuba with a team of activist—scholars from the San Jose Peace Center: Karen Lee Wald, Roger Harris and Sharat G. Lin. At the bottom of the hour, Project Censored student intern Kimberly Soeiro talks about the most recent stories being researched regareding Cuba as part Project Censored’s Validated Independent News. For the second half of the show we will continue with our discussion on Cuba and finish up with a quick report from Michael Leviten with Occupy.org on the first anniversary events for the Occupy Movement next week.
Today we bring you our 9/11 11th Anniversary Program: 9/11, Conspiracy Theory, and State Crimes Against Democracy. Joining us for the hour will be authors and professors James F. Tracy and Lance deHaven Smith. At the bottom of the hour, Project Censored intern Kimberly Soeiro reads excerpts of letters published by the Journal of 9/11 Studies from thoughtful people who have reflected on the tragic events of that day, and we end today’s program hearing about the annual 9/11 Film Festival coming up next week at the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland, CA.