KBOO Audio Archives

Ryan Howard Interview

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Between Us
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Tue, 09/16/2014
Ryan Howard is a Democrat and candidate for the Working Families party. He is running for Oregon State Senate in District 13. Don Merrill talked with him about why he wants to be a state senator, his views on urban growth boundaries and land use issues, and why he resists the adoption but not the intention of Ballot Measure 89, 29:57 minutes (27.42 MB)

Mike Montchalin Interview

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Between Us
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Tue, 09/16/2014
Mike Montchalin is a Libertarian candidate for US Senate in Oregon. He talked with Don Merrill about the necessity of individual action versus government action, why he supports the marijuana ballot initiative and why he thinks Measure 90 is a bad idea for Oregon's third parties. NOTE: This interview includes a later correction by Mr. Montchalin at the beginning of his interview. Mr. Montchalin mistakenly leveled an allegation of misconduct at Constitution Party candidate for the Oregon Senate, Mr. James Leuenberger. Mr. Montchalin apologizes for that mistake and withdraws the allegation against Mr. Leuenberger. 28:10 minutes (25.79 MB)

A.J. Mooney Interview

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Between Us
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Sat, 09/13/2014
A.J. Mooney, along with co-authors Howard Eisenberg and Catherine Dold have just released the second edition of "The Recovery Book". The first edition, released in 1992 was a seminal work that was billed as "A lifesaving guide that answers all question and concerns of recovering alcoholics and addicts." Don Merrill talks with Dr. Mooney about the latest edition, his own history with addiction and how the new book is an improvement over the first one. 26:34 minutes (24.32 MB)

Bela Fleck Interview

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Between Us
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Wed, 09/10/2014
Bela Fleck is a banjo master, multi-Grammy winner and founded Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. He has performed with a number of artists from Chick Corea to Dave Matthews to Asleep at the Wheel. He talked with Don Merrill about banjo music for those who want to pursue it, how he works hard to beat back the stereotypes of banjo music, his upcoming concerto with the Oregon Symphony Orchestra and how he can see his wife and their son Juno all happily on tour together for many years to come. 29:20 minutes (26.86 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for September 8, 2014

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Mon, 09/08/2014


Iven Hale hosts this edition of the Old Mole with a focus on the aftermath of the police killing of  Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.  Also on the show are pieces on agriculture and climate change and liberation from working on the clock.  It's all held together with Iven's interesting choices of music.  

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54:55 minutes (37.71 MB)

Reclaiming Work

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Wed, 09/10/2014
A day will come when workers will no longer be slaves to the time clock, claims IWW member Chuck Allen. The original demand for less clock time early in the last century was for the 4-hour day 4 days a week. What we got instead was the 8-hour day.  Chuck wrote this piece, read here by Joe Clement, at work ("on the clock"), thus demonstrating that we can find ways to reclaim our time when we are supposed to be working on "someone else's time". 
6:32 minutes (4.49 MB)

Left and The Law: Policing and the Law in Ferguson

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Mon, 09/08/2014
What legal recourse do the victims of police misconduct, like the family of Michael Brown, have?  Legal Moles Mike Snedeker and Jan Haaken discuss how the legal climate has developed from the time of Reconstruction to the present day, and how court judgments against police departments might affect what police actually do in the streets.   11:05 minutes (7.61 MB)

Protest and Power in Ferguson MO

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Mon, 09/08/2014
What are the protesting, demonstrating crowds in Ferguson saying?  What kind of racism is at work in that town and throughout the US?  British journalist Gary Younge of the Guardian talks with the Old Mole's Laurie Mercier about the situation. Photo credit: o.canada.com 12:26 minutes (8.54 MB)

Farming and the Environment

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Mon, 09/08/2014
"Organic agriculture can feed the world," says Catherine Badgley who teaches Ecology and the Evolution of Agriculture at the University of Michigan. Here she talks with Old Mole Bill Resnick about the impact of industrial agriculture on our climate and how our food could be produced with a much lighter carbon footprint.  You can read a paper by her on this topic here (PDF). 20:41 minutes (14.2 MB)

Nexus Nichols talks about Gangaji and the upcoming Weekend with Gangaji in Portland.

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Tue, 09/09/2014
Nexus Nichols talks very personally about her experiences with Gangaji and the upcoming event with Gangaji in Portland, September 27th & 28th. This is a great opportunity to hear first hand what it is like to spend a weekend with Gangaji and experience both the wisdom and invitation she offers.

Weekend of Inquiry with Gangaji
The Inner Dive: Discovering the Truth of Yourself
“This is an invitation to shift your allegiance from the activities of your mind to the eternal presence of your being.” 58:32 minutes (53.58 MB)

 

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