The Morning Show

The Morning Show – December 20, 2005

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.

Privacy and the National Security Agency spying on callers.
Marc Rotenberg, Executive Director of the Electronic Privacy Information
Kevin Bankston, Staff Attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation;

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

GI Rights Hotline (800) 394-9544,

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.


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

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