Protest and action

Volunteer Non-Profits: How do YOU Give Back to the Community?

program date: 
Wed, 12/29/2010

Hosted by Lisa Loving

How do you give back to the community? Today on KBOO Talk Radio, my guests are Steven Beaudoin of the PHAME Academy and Leapin' Louie Lichtenstein of Clowns Without Borders

We'll talk about these two Organizations, how they help the Communities they serve, and ask YOU the Listeners to call in with YOUR Volunteer, Non-Profit stories.  What do YOU do to make the World a Better Place?

DO Call-in with your volunteer story, 503-231-8187

 

55:03 minutes (25.2 MB)

Max Rameau and Take Back the Land

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Radiozine
program date: 
Mon, 12/27/2010

Host Sue Supriano interviews Max Rameau about Take Back the Land, which he founded in 2006. The group initiated a bold campaign that sparked a national movement: they began taking over foreclosed and government-owned homes, and moving homeless families into them. They have successfully moved in over 20 families to date, and many have used the opportunity to save up money and get back on their feet.

27:04 minutes (24.79 MB)

Voices from the Edge 12-23-10 Who Was Good & Who Was Bad in 2010?

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Thu, 12/23/2010

It's that time of year, when Jo Ann and Dave review which of our public figures deserve a gift in their stocking and which deserve a lump of coal, such as Senator John McCain for his blind opposition to "don't ask, don't tell"; Governor-elect John Kitzhaber for stonewalling single-payer health care advocates once again;  and even closer to home, Portland Police Chief Reese and his public position on participatory democracy.

Listeners called in and shared their holiday list of candidates.

Jo Ann Bowman is a former state legislator, former executive director of Oregon Action, and a long-time leader in the struggle for racial and economic justice.

54:44 minutes (50.12 MB)

What should the government be able to keep secret? Were the WikiLeaks a good thing?

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Tue, 12/21/2010

 What should the government be able to keep secret? Were the WikiLeaks a good thing?

 The release of secret U.S. State Department diplomatic cables by WikiLeaks has prompted a draconian response, ranging from calls for founder Julian Assange's assassination to repeated attempts to shut down WikiLeaks and its satellite Web sites. Attacks from leading American political and media figures -- not to mention Assange's arrest -- suggest that it's a far graver sin to expose secrets than to govern under their aegis.

56:48 minutes (26 MB)

The Abe and Joe Talk Radio Show on 12/21/10

Air date: 
Tue, 12/21/2010 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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What should the government be able to keep secret? Were the WikiLeaks a good thing?

 The release of secret U.S. State Department diplomatic cables by WikiLeaks has prompted a draconian response, ranging from calls for founder Julian Assange's assassination to repeated attempts to shut down WikiLeaks and its satellite Web sites. Attacks from leading American political and media figures -- not to mention Assange's arrest -- suggest that it's a far graver sin to expose secrets than to govern under their aegis.

Is piercing the veil of government secrecy a good thing? Is WikiLeaks endangering national security, or providing a public service? Is an independent Web-based entity fulfilling the role that the American press has largely abdicated? With Joe on vacation, Abe looks at the fallout.

 

December 20 Old Mole Variety Hour

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Mon, 12/20/2010

 Clayton Morgareidge hosts this Old Mole episode centering around war, weapons of war, threats of war, and the national security state.  We hear from David Krieger, an expert on nuclear weapons and their abolition; from the Movie Moles about Daniel Ellsberg and the parallels with Julian Assange; from Larry Bowlden about a novel raising questions about war reporting; and, in a piece presented by Clayton, from Tom Engelhardt on the growth of the national security state.


56:23 minutes (32.26 MB)

Movie Moles: "The Most Dangerous Man in America"

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Mon, 12/20/2010

The Most Dangerous Man in America is a documentary directed by Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith.  It explains what the Pentagon Papers were, traces how Daniel Ellsberg came to release them, and considers some of the consequences.

14:48 minutes (8.47 MB)

Tom Devine from the Government Accountability Project on Whistleblowing

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Mon, 12/20/2010

Host Marianne Barisonek speaks with Tom Devine, Legal Director at the Government Accountability Project.

28:08 minutes (25.77 MB)

Radiozine on 12/20/10

Program: 
Radiozine
Air date: 
Mon, 12/20/2010 - 11:00am - 11:30am
Short Description: 
Tom Devine, Legal Director at the Government Accountability Project.

Healthwatch is off this month.

Instead host Marianne Barisonek speaks with Tom Devine, Legal Director at the Government Accountability Project. Mr. Devine has assisted over 5,000 whistleblowers in defending themselves against retaliation and in making a difference, such as shuttering accident-prone nuclear power plants, checkmating repeated industry ploys to deregulate government meat inspection, and blocking the next generation of the bloated and porous “Star Wars” missile defense systems. He has authored or co-authored numerous books, including "Courage Without Martyrdom" and "The Whistleblower’s Survival Guide", law review articles, and newspaper op-eds, and is a frequent expert commentator on television and radio talk shows.

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