The Morning Show
The Morning Show gets an update on the Election in Afghanistan. Then David Bacon, labor correspondent talks with guests about the Hotel Workers' contract which is up for renegotiation. In the second hour Chip Berlet, senior analyst of Political Research Associates and co-author of "Right-Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort." looks at the … Continued
The Morning Show talks with the sister of convicted murderer, Troy Davis, about the Supreme Court's decision to order a new hearing. Then analysis of the health reform plan and the possible elimination of the public option. In the second hour debate in Marin County about the possible consturuction of a water desalination plant. Wrapping … Continued
The L.A. Times: “A pioneer of poetry written in plain American English who was called ‘the best poet of your generation’ by William Carlos Williams, Norse never attained the recognition that he and others felt was his due. A literary beacon in the gay community who risked ostracism by writing openly of his sexual adventures … Continued
The Morning Show talks with Dahr Jamail about his most recent book, “The Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afganistan”. Then a discussion about whether the FCC should regulate Hate Speech. In the second hour a debate on Jobs at the Chevron Refinery and the environment. Then Shelton Johnson, writer, … Continued
The Morning Show looks at what actually is in the Health Care Bill? Then asks a BART board member about plans for Civilian Police Review Commission. David Bacon, labor correspondent, is in to discuss labor's participation in town hall meetings that are discussing health care reform, and labor's stance on the Honduran coup. In the … Continued
Deadly bombings in Baghdad; the Supreme Court to consider rolling back a century of campaign finance doctrine; climate change bill vs. inexorable climate change. With host Kris Welch, noon to one. guests: Raed Jarrar, Iraqi blogger and activist; Iraq consultant, American Friends Service Committee Craig Holman, legislative representative, Public Citizen's Congress Watch Center … Continued
The Morning Show looks at bank overdraft fees which have gone sky high. Then analysis of California Prisons which are currently operating at twice capacity. In the second hour, if recovery is at hand, where are the jobs? Wrapping up the program an adaptation strategy for California facing climate change.