Flashpoints

Flashpoints – June 28, 2005

Could the explosive rise in childhood autism be linked to mercury in vaccines and a subsequent, massive cover-up by the US Government with ties to the Big Pharmaceuticals? We’ll investigate the mercury-autism link and the cover-up with legendary environmental warrior Robert F. Kennedy Jr.; plus, we’ll speak with a neurologist and mother of an autistic … Continued


The Morning Show

The Morning Show – June 24, 2005

7:00 Sweatshop Free. San Francisco Ordinance to be introduced Tuesday. Valerie Orth, Campaign Organizer, Global Exchange; Nikki Bas, Executive Director, Sweatshop Watch. 7:20 Hawaiian Sovereignty and the Akaka Bill. Clyde Namuo, adminstrator with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs; Ann Keala Kelly, journalist, filmmaker. 7:52 A victory over Comcast: Peter Franck, chair of Media Action Marin, … Continued


Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – June 12, 2005

Matt Gonzalez continues to fill in for Larry Bensky, who is recovering from surgery. In our first hour, we discuss how to "Fight with our Dollars," by making choices with how we spend on money on a day to day basis. Pratap Chattergee from CorpWatch joins Alisa Gravitz from Co-op America and Catherine Austin Fitts … Continued


Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – June 5, 2005

Matt Gonzalez is filling in for Larry Bensky, who is recovering from surgery. First hour, Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey is with us live and discusses her historic amendment to bring the troops home from Iraq, and fills us in on the priorities of the Progressive Caucus in Congress. We’ll open up phones so listeners can speak … Continued


Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – May 29, 2005

Matt Gonzalez continues to fill in for Larry Bensky, who is home recovering nicely after successful surgery. The first hour, we speak with Yvonne Latty, author of We Where There: Voices of African American Veterans, from World War II to the War in Iraq. We will open up phones and hope to hear from African … Continued


Dead to the World

Sing Out – May 25, 2005

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Special four-hour edition of Sing Out! Larry Kelp and Derk Richardson, celebrating Bob Dylan’s 64th birthday with four hours of Dylan songs, cover versions, and rareties.


The Visionary Activist Show

The Visionary Activist Show – May 19, 2005

Global Democracy and 9/11 Today Neptune stations, appears to stand still from the earth’s perspective, mythologically beaming down its themes into the collective field – the intelligence of truthful vision to dissolve its toxic mimic of distracting illusion. So, Caroline welcomes guest David Ray Griffin for part One, focusing on his book, The New Pearl … Continued


Flashpoints

Flashpoints – May 17, 2005

Excerpts from John Pilger’s new film which documents the planning, execution and cover-up of a US-British scheme to "cleanse and sanitize" the Indian Ocean island of Diego Garcia for military expropriation. The gentle Chagosians who had lived there for generations were brutally expelled from their idyllic island home in the 1970s, left without hope in … Continued


CounterSpin

Counterspin – May 13, 2005

This week on CounterSpin: international trade is on the agenda in Washington, with the White House pushing for Congress to vote on the CentralAmerican Free Trade Agreement, or CAFTA. The trade pact is getting next to no mainstream media attention, even though the political fight over it is heating up. We’ll talk to Karen Hansen-Kuhn … Continued


Democracy Now

Democracy Now! (6 am) – May 13, 2005

John Bolton Suffers Setback In Bid to Become UN Ambassador In a rare move, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee has sent the nomination of John Bolton as UN ambassador to the full Senate without an endorsement. War Resister Pablo Paredes Wins Surprise Victory: Military Judges Orders No Jail Time For Refusing Deployment Orders Paredes was … Continued