First Hour: Pacifica Station Elections:The Possibilities and Perilsof Democracy Guests include: David Fertig, Los Angeles attorney, member, Interim Pacifica National Board; Lydia Brazon, Los Angeles attorney, chair, KPFK Local Advisory Board; Max Blanchet, KPFA community activist, former member, KPFA Local Advisory Board; Les Radke, supervisor, KPFA Local Station Board Elections.
First Hour: Cynthia McKinney, former Georgia Congresswoman, concerning the Bush Administration and Beyond. Plus, Excerpts from Al Franken’s speech to the Commonwealth Club. Second Hour: After the Marches. Larry is live in DC, after co-anchoring Pacifica’s coverage of the 10/26 peace march. Joined in studio by Mitch Jeserich, Capitol Hill correspondent for Free Speech Radio … Continued
First Hour: David Maraniss, associate editor of The Washington Post, author, They Marched Into Sunlight: War and Peace, Vietnam and America, October 1967.. Joined by two people profiled in the book: Consuelo Terry, whose father was killed in an ambush in Vietnam, and Michael Krasny, then an instructor in English at the University of Wisconsin, … Continued
In the First Hour, The Media and the Political Crisis. Guest Cynthia McKinney, former Democratic Congresswoman from Georgia. Read a recent Greg Palast article on Cynthia McKinney In the Second Hour, An Interview with Meredith Maran, author of Dirty: Inside America’s Teenage Drug Epidemic.