Tim Geithner, true to form, has proposed that another Treasury looting go down. Meanwhile, Afghanistan stands ready to defend its sovereignty, and Obama stands ready to extinguish lives there, and in Iraq and Iran. A caller asks: what did the banksters do, specifically, that was criminal? The answer in one word...
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Hosted by Bill Resnick, this show features Afrobeat music by Fela Kuti and a conversation about Kuti's life and work. The show leads off with a critique of the economic stimulus plan: "insufficient, ineffective, ill-conceived" are the words of economist Michael Perlman. Well-read Red Frann Michel reviews how people of color and immigrants are faring in, and even being blamed for, the economic crisis. We hear from another economist about urban agriculture in Havana and other Cuban cities. To hear the whole show, use the arrow above. To hear individual pieces, and for more information and links, follow the links below.
People of color and especially immigrants have faced attempts to blame them for the economic crisis and to shift even more of the suffering onto their backs. Well-read Red Frann Michel exposes these attacks in this commentary. You can read it and find many links to her sources here.
There is no way the stimulus package now being negotiated in congress is going to plug the leaks in the rapidly sinking economy. Economist Michael Perlman explains why in this coversation with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick.
What are the links between economic stimulus and health care?
This week the news is about Obama's economic stimulus package passing the Senate and about to be enacted into law. Last week it was about Tom Daschel, Obama's nomination for Secretary of Health and Human Services, having to withdraw his name because of his problems with the IRS. So what are the connections between economic stimulus and health care? Barbara Dudley, a regular guest on Locus Focus, joins host Barbara Bernstein, in a discussion about these links. . .and more.
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