Today on the Show: After nearly 20 years of US occupation in Afghanistan,THE TALABAN ON THE FORWARD MARCH TO TAKE BACK EVERY MAJOR CITY AND TOWN IN THE COUNTRY including KABAL: The U.S RESPONSE, MORE THREATS AND TROOPS. WE’LL FEATURE DEEP ANALYSIS AND BACKGROUND on the highly volatile situation. ALSO Tonight Bay Area climate justice … Continued
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Today on the Show: 3 THOUSAND US TROOPS ON THEIR WAY BACK TO AFGHANISTAN, AS U.S. FEARS RISE ABOUT THE imminent FALL OF KABAL TO THE TALABAN: Also thousand still facing eviction despite Biden’s executive action through the CDC. We’ll speak about it with Keith McHenry from Food Not Bombs: And here in the bay … Continued
Today on the show: Holding the police accountable in the killing of Angelo Quinto, The troubled young man was killed in his own home in front of his family by Antioch Police on Dec. 23rd, 2020. And in a powerful twist of fate, Governor Gavin Newsome has opened the door for a special innocence investigation … Continued
Today on the Show: The International Panel on Climate Change releases a troubling new report that predicts the world’s temperatures will rise beyond the tipping point in 2030 — ten years earlier than initially forecast. Also, the landfills along the US coasts have become a ticking environmental time bomb and the USG has dropped the … Continued
Today on the Show: Remembering the Saudi-Yemen School Bus Attack that killed forty children in cold blood. And the fight to cut off aid to the Saudis: also LIVING WITH CLIMATE CHANGE IN FARMWORKER COMMUNITIES: We’ll be joined by photojournalist David Bacon to talk about his moving new piece on the subject: and the crack … Continued
Today on the Show: We’ll examine What happened to Harvard law school graduate, Steven Donziger, who decided to devote a good chunk of his life to successfully representing an Ecuadorian tribe against Chevron to the tune of $9.5 billion settlement. Will also be joined by Greg Palast who reported the story early on for BBC … Continued
Today on our show: We feature a conversation with John Motter of About Face: Veterans Against the War and a co-founder of Ground Game LA, a social justice community organization in Los Angeles. John addresses the issues facing thousands of military personnel returning from Afghanistan and its connection to issues here at home. Next up … Continued
Today on our show, we return to Haiti where the investigation into the assassination of Jovenel Moise has been stalled by death threats against investigators and judges. Meanwhile according to the Haitian police there are eighteen former Colombian mercenaries being held along with an ever growing list of Haitians which includes police charged with guarding … Continued
Today on the Show: We mark the 2d anniversary of the mass shooting at the Walmart in El Paso, Texas, on a Saturday morning, which resulted in the deaths of 23 people and wounded 26 others, ranging in age from 2 to 82. We’ll remember the slaughter and also look at the latest revelations about … Continued
Today on the Show: Food Not Bombs founder, Keith McHenry, talks about the potential eviction of thousand of people and how it will impact on the already growing numbers of the housless people. Also, the “Down with Duterte” movement grows in the San Francisco bay area.