Today's Old Mole, hosted by Joe Clement shown to the left, features an ongoing discussion about the Egyptian revolution, a review of the film Biutiful, an article about the revolutionary arab spirit, and the almost forgotten women of blues and the jazz historian who rescued them.
It's a special half-hour Air Cascadia show. Susan Lindauer is the CIA asset who came close to stopping the Iraq war through back-channel negotiations…only to be arrested and incarcerated in a Texas prison. Her book, ‘Extreme Prejudice’ is a true life spy thriller that goes inside the Iraqi Embassy and FMC Carswell prison hospital. Lindauer is the featured guest on Air Cascadia for the KBOO News and Public Affairs All-Day Extravaganza.
Coming up on PressWatch: Theresa Mitchell will explain how she forced a credit card collector to withdraw its lawsuit. Could the technique be used to liberate credit debtors, and destroy the bottom-feeder industry? Get a pencil!
Interview with Raúl Ortíz, a member of SINALTRAINAL in Colombia (The National Union of Food Industry Workers). He talks about how Kraft Foods Corporation has suspended contracts of over 400 workers in the Cauca region in Colombia and what their plans for action are.
Courtesy of Argentina's TV PTS. Translated by Brenda Escobar.
Clayton Morgareidge hosts this Membership Drive episode of the Old Mole which includes discussions of what's ahead for the revolutionary events in Egypt; how Portland's feminist bookstore In Other Words featured in the TV series Portlandia; and the coming Festival of African Films.
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