In February 2006, Feleti Sevele, Ph.D. became the first commoner and Catholic to become Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Tonga. In early April 2006 KBOO international reporter Michael Gene Horowitz quizzed the new PM regarding his government's political and economic objectives.
Organizers of a town hall meeting in Medford Thursday were trying to set the record straight on health care reform. Lawmakers, the public and health care reform avocates were discussing why universal health care in Oregon is necessary. KBOO's Kurt Ackerson reports:
It took days - often weeks - for governmental agencies and relief organizations to respond to the disaster in the Gulf.
But residents - in the middle of the disaster - didn’t have a choice, and acted immediately.While countless lives were saved by these first responders, their heroic actions were rarely reported by mainstream media.
This show features a discussion of Real Utopias with Eric Olin Wright, a conversation with Mike Snedeker about the unlawfulness of the Guantanamo prison, a report about the removal of the people of Diego Garcia to make room for the US Airforce, and a movie review of "Raise the Red Lantern".
Every day, Oregonians are paying more for the Iraq War…and the costs continue to rise.
A new report shows the state’s taxpayers have already spent $3.7 billion on the war.
KBOO’s Owen (Bass-table) Bastable provided this report along with the Oregon News Service.
Immigrations and Customs Enforecement, also known as ICE, arrested Elvira Arellano and deported her on Sunday.
Elvira has been a leader in the immigrant rights movement and a mother of a ten year old. Last night, Elvira found her influence once again rippling across the nation as eight interfaith groups came together in a number of cities nationwide in solidarity.
One of these groups met in front of the ICE building in Portland yesterday and Kboo News Reporter Michael
Ianello (Eye-Uh-Nello) was there and brings us the story.
Beginning October 7th, KBOO began a trial period of 'The Thom Hartmann Show' from 4 - 5 pm weekdays. Click here to find out more about our trial period of airing Thom Hartmann - we want to hear your response!
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