Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – October 16, 2005

In our first hour… In the months leading up to the 2004 Presidential election, Michael Moore was invited to speak on the campus of Utah Valley State College, in the heart of conservative Mormon country. The response: political upheaval and a media frenzy in Family City, USA. Steven Greenstreet’s film "This Divided State" explores the … Continued

Living Room

Living Room – October 6, 2005

The Bush White House was found last week to have violated federal law—AGAIN—in creating "covert propaganda", using more than a quarter billion dollars of taxpayer money. You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time: but there are some people who are calling for … Continued

APEX Express

APEX Express – September 29, 2005

Fact vs fiction: pulling both apart on Apex. Sci fi with an API sensibility is part of the acclaimed film Robot Stories. Its writer Greg Pak talks about how humanity and the uncertainties of technology inter-act. Based on these tales, Pak’s new book is being released by an Asian American publication company Immedium. And Thenmozhi … Continued

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 28, 2005

7:00 The financial circumstances of hurricane survivors, especially in light of the new bankruptcy law. Jeremy Eisler, statewide director of litigation for Legal Services of Mississippi, lost his home near Gulfport and is helping to coordinate relief efforts, including bankruptcy advice, try (228)872-7004 (ask if call waiting), cell (228)697-0395, wife’s cell (228)669-4827. Stephen Elias, co-author … Continued


Counterspin – September 23, 2005

Supreme Court nominee John Roberts has certainly passed the media confirmation process, with most of the coverage quite favorable to Bush’s nominee for chief justice. With all that praise, what are we missing? Elliot Mincberg of People for the American Way will join us to answer that question. Also this week: Though Iraq news has … Continued