James Marquis Ennes, Jr., a survivor of the 1967 attack by Israel on the American intelligence ship USS Liberty and one of the creators of The USS Liberty Memorial Web Site, is an American citizen and a retired career US Naval Officer. He was born in New Jersey in 1933 and was raised in New York, Texas, Illinois, Washington State and California.
Tonight's Out Loud highlights our community's pride from a few different angles. We'll go over a long list of area pride events, discuss a queer health survey seeking your input, enjoy some live music and more.
The Old Mole's Clayton Morgareidge considers who's really blocking the progressive agenda in Washington. (Hint: it's not Rush or the GOP.) This commentary draws on Christopher Hayes's recent article in the Nation, "Naming the Enemy."
In this edition of The Well-read Red, Frann Michel presents an uncompromising defense of the right to an abortion. To read her piece, go to Frann's blog where you'll find links to her sources and more information.
Abe and Joe look at a handful of issues on the national radar, including another case of journalistic malpractice from the New York Times, the twists and turns of the health care battle on Capitol Hill, and the tale of lawmakers on the take in Oregon's liquid natural gas saga.
Sam Husseini of the Institute for Public Accuracy on Israel's ongoing nuclear program, Catherine Austin Fitts of Community Business on California's broken economy and the GM bailout and Sansara Taylor of Revolution Newspaper on the response to the assassination of Dr. George Tiller and the state of women's reproductive rights.
Joe Uris is alone today, and covers several topics of interest. First up, Joe talked about the proposed (and potentially devastating) natural gas pipeline thru our farms and wilderness. He also covered the recent murder of Dr. Tiller, a Women's Health Professional. He talked about the right wing's smear campaign against Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.
One of this week's topics for discussion was the recent murder ofDr. Tiller, a Women's Health Professional that provided abortions when they were needed. The idea that killing health care providers could be considered a form of domestic terrorism came up, and apparently really angered one of our listeners. Someone called in, identified himself as "Joe", and threatened to kill Joe Uris for bringing the topic to the table.
The threat and obscenity did not go out over the air, as the FCC would not allow that, but it is included here to foster discussion.