The Hear and Now

The Hear & Now – June 18, 2009 at 10:00pm

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On this date 64 years ago, the US government dropped the first nuclear bomb the world had ever seen on Hiroshima, Japan.  We hear about today's US arsenal.  PLUS: the political situation in Honduras continues in crisis mode, and the US government is backing away from supporting ousted, democratically-elected, President Zelaya.  News and analysis.  With host Kris Welch, noon to one.

guests: Marylia Kelley, exec. dir. Tri-Valley CARES, from protest at Livermore Labs

         Miguel Tinker-Salas, prof. hist.Pomona College, live from Venezuela
         Clifton Ross, journalist; film director (Venezuela: Revolution from the Inside Out); poet; just back from Honduras
          Daniel del Solar, independent radio producer; just back from Nicaragua

 

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