Dr. Garrett Adams testifies to the impact that Medicare made on the populations it served when it was first implemented in the 1960s, and makes a case against medical privatization and for expanding Medicare for all. Rather than an essential feature of public management, it's suggested that private interests seeking to profit off the delivery of medical care are what create obscene bureacracy and high costs.
Today show, hosted by Joe Clement, features discussions about the war on drugs, medicare for all, a tribute to Helen Keller, a commentary on animal resistance and a piece imploring that the Obama administration denounce its commitment to carbon fuels.
Maybe You’ve heard about it, the movement to establish the Rights of Mother Earth. Are you on board with it or do you wonder what the heck it really means? Either way, this is the show for you. Host Linda Olson-Osterlund and guest Cormac Cullinan, have a thoughtful and lively discussion with several callers contributing their insights.
This week on One Land, Many Voices: LGBT & the Palestinian Struggle + Sexual & Gender Diversity in Palestine. Hosts Wael Elasady and William Seaman welcome Sherry Wolf, author of Sexuality and Socialism for a discussion of LGBT support for the Palestinian struggle. Also joining the conversation will be Hiyam Ard, a Palestinian queer, BDS, and human rights activist who live in Nablus / Palestine. She's an activist in alQaws for Sexual & Gender Diversity in the Palestinian Society, and a co-founder of Palestinian Queers for BDS (PQBDS). And Haneen Maikey, director of Al-Qaws and co-founder of PQBDS in the West Bank.
The Rights of The Earth; Guest Cormac Cullinan,author of Wild Law
Maybe You’ve heard about it, The movement to establish the Rights of Mother Earth. Are you on board with it or do you wonder what the heck it really means?
Either way, I’ve got the show for you. This coming Monday morning . I’m Linda Olson-Osterlund and my guest will be author of Wild Law, Cormac Cullinan. We invite you to call in and Give a voice to you comments questions.
Carlos Chavez interviews Ed Mead, director of Prison Focus Magazine. They discuss last week's Supreme Court ruling on California Prisons. On Monday May 23rd the Supreme Court ordered the state of California to reduce its prison population by more than 30,000 inmates to correct deadly lapses in medical care. Justice Anthony Kennedy said that, "the state had little choice but to reduce its inmate population because of squalid conditions of the prison system, which violates the Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment."