Hosted by the intrepid Laurie Mercier, braving the biggest snow fall in 40 years to reach the KBOO studio, this program features Laurie's discussion with attorney Mike Snedeker of developments in the law this past year. We also hear how vampires are becoming more romantic and less dangerous than in years past as Frann Michel looks into the meaning of Twilight, the series of novels and the movie. Finally, Bill Resnick talks with Sarah Anderson about what the Obama administration may, and may not, bring in how the US acts around the world. Hear the whole show by clicking on the arrow above, or individual pieces by following the links below.
Where will US foreign policy go under Obama? How might it impact the poorer nations of the world. Sarah Anderson, Director of the Global Economic Project at the Institute for Policy Studies, provides her insights in this conversation with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick.
Host Linda Olson Osterlund speaks with Guardian journalist Michelle Shephard, author of Guantanamo's Child - The Untold Story of Omar Khadr, about the latest developments in the case of the Canadian captive Omar Khadr.
Vincent Warren speaks on Guantanamo, Litigation and Where to Next. Vincent Warren is executive director of the Center for Constitutional Rights. He discusses the Prison at Guantanamo, the detainees and how CCR got information.
A program of social and political commentary from a socialist-feminist point of view.
Topics on this edition of the Old Mole include:
• How Obama’s foreign policy might affect the poorer nations of the world
• the role of remorse in granting parole, with reference to Diane Downs
• the dying death penalty; and
• why Eric Holder is the only cabinet pick the Republicans fear.