Vaccine-A: The Covert Government Experiment that's Killing Our Soldiers.
Northwest Vets for Peace interview Gary Matsumoto, author of "Vaccine-A: The Covert Government Experiment that's Killing Our Soldiers." Vaccine-A uncovers a story of betrayal—the betrayal of the men and women who serve in the armed forces, the betrayal of medical ethics, and the betrayal of the American people by military and civilian leaders sworn to defend and protect. Veteran journalist Gary Matsumoto shows that the worst friendly-fire incident in military history came from something no soldier had any reason to think would harm him: a vaccine administered by the military's own medics.
Dave and Jo Ann look at the flap over the City of Beaverton supporting a Mexican independence celebration and other current local events.
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President Obama says he’s bringing the troops home from Iraq – but do you think the war is really over? War correspondent Aaron Glantz, host Lisa Loving and listeners discuss his new book "The War Comes Home: Washington's Battle Against America's Veterans."
Joe Clement hosts this Labor Day show and features labor songs from the past and present. Also on the program, a discussion of the European response to environmental and economic crisis, the military targeting of Latino youth through the "Dream Act," and the opportunity offered by the economic crisis to challenge the shaping our our souls by capitalism.
The "Dream Act" is a bill that would offer undocumented youth a path to citizenship based on two years of college or two years of military service. In this conversation with the Old Mole's Denise Morris, Brian Galaviz, a Chicago organizer, explains why the current proposal really amounts to nothing more than a recruiting tool for the military. He is one of the authors of a petition opposing the military option in the act, which you can sign here. For more on this issue, see
Will Portland's new police chief fire the officer responsible for fatally shooting Aaron Campbell? The city's independent review board recommended that action, but will Chief Reese - as well as his boss, Mayor Sam Adams - oppose the Portland Police Association?