The Morning Show

The Morning Show – December 20, 2005

7:00
Are Pensions a Thing of the Past? Ellen Frank, Senior Economic Analyst, Poverty Institute, Rhode Island College, Board member of Dollars and Sense Mag. Karen Friedman, Policy Director of the Pension Rights Center.

7:30
Privacy and the National Security Agency spying on callers.
Marc Rotenberg, Executive Director of the Electronic Privacy Information
Center, http://www.epic.org/;
Kevin Bankston, Staff Attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation;

Sanjeev Bery, Director of the San Jose Office of the ACLU of Northern
California.

8:00
GI Rights Hotline (800) 394-9544, www.objector.org.

Steve Morse, GI Rights Program Coordinator for the Central Committee for
Conscientious Objectors (CCCO);

Jackie Thomason, Board Member of the CCCO and Volunteer Counselor of the
Hot Line.


8:30

Burt Dragin, journalism instructor at Laney College and author of Six
to Five Against: A Gambler’s Odyssey

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