Old Mole Variety Hour 07/09/07

Topis for today include: 1) Global Warming 2) Edith Piaf 3) Iraq 4) Labor

57:16 minutes (13.11 MB)

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07/09/07 Get This
Chris Andreae

1. The Island of Doctor Pamplin: Bob Pamplin still wants the City of Portland to take Ross Island off his hands, toxics, liability, warts and all. Portland wouldn’t mind turning the island into a nature preserve (smack in the middle of the sewer we have made of the Willamette River)….but aren’t taxpayers going to be chuffed when they get the clean-up bill right in the chops? Still, we don’t want to piss-off God and Mr. Pamplin, now do we?

8:44 minutes (8 MB)

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07/06/07 Get This
Chris Andreae

1. Dig This: The Oregon Legislature dug up $60 million dollars to dredge Coos Bay. Hello Oregon Economic Development Commission and Ron ‘The Con’ Wyden, the legislator that couldn’t say No to a sailor (Or a salesman, for that matter…). The idea is to attract the world’s largest – and pollutingest – shipping company, Moller-Maersk, to our coastal shores. It isn’t just the sea that will be ruined: Think about the kind of transportation system it is going to take to move those 2 million shipping containers into the hinterland. Didn’t see that one coming, didya?

7:51 minutes (7.19 MB)

Chris Toensing on Palestine and Gaza

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Wed, 06/13/2007

Chris Toensing is the executive director of the Middle East Research and Information Project (MERIP) and senior editor of the Middle East Report. He was interviewed by Goudarz Eghtedari in the eve of the take over of Gaza by Hamas forces for the Kboo's Voices of the Middle East program. He commented on the situation in Palestine after this conflict and about the future of the Peace between Israelis and Palestinians. For previous shows click here!

24:53 minutes (8.54 MB)

Marjan Satrapi writer and producer of Persepolis

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Thu, 08/09/2007

Marjan Satrapi is an Iranian cartoonist and writer. Persepolis a film made from her book series with the same title has just won the Cannes Film Festival praise of the Jurors. Persepolis is Marjan's autobiography growing up with Islamic Revolution of 1979, migrating to Europe and going back to Iran. She was interviewed in her last visit to Portland on her book tour by Gabi Ross for KBOO's Bread and Roses.

20:51 minutes (7.16 MB)

Golbarg Bashi and Iranian Feminism

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Thu, 08/09/2007

Golbarg Bashi is an Iranian feminist and visiting scholar at Columbia University. She visited Portland in June and is interviewed by Gabi Ross for the Bread and Roses.

25:28 minutes (8.75 MB)

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07/05/07 Get This
Chris Andreae

1. Since 1990 the Republicans have been sitting on Salem’s face and Oregon’s lowly service industry employees had to clean up after the party. But things changed this year and the Democrats are, ‘back on top’ so to speak. So far it’s working out well for workers. As long as the Dems don’t do anything stupid, we still have a chance to undo some of the mischief made in the last 16 years…
2. “I Shot the Sheriff”: Here’s the dilemma: They’re union members and they are cops. So whom do you root for in this particular movie? The union representing the Sheriff’s Office sued the Department of Community Justice and won. Pass the popcorn…

8:41 minutes (7.95 MB)

Volunteer to Help Pacific Crest Trail

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Mon, 08/06/2007

Stephanie Ludlow, with Northwest Service Academy, describes a unique volunteer opportunity to have fun, eat great food, hike, and help maintain the Pacific Crest Trail.

14:18 minutes (2.46 MB)

07/03 Department of Human Services versus grandmother Carollyn Smith

Widespread local media coverage of the plight of grandmother Carollyn Smith may be having some effect. KBOO’s Yvette Maranowski has more

2:46 minutes (2.54 MB)

07/03 Pastors for Peace medical aid stopped at US-Canada border

The Department of Homeland Security has detained medical supplies at the US-Canada border between Maine and Quebec .
The supplies were bound for Cuba, as part of a caravan organized by the Pastors for Peace from various parts of the US and Canada.
The section of the caravan coming from Canada through the US was stopped at the border, and several boxes were seized in order to examine them for their potential threat to the security of the United States.
KBOO spoke with the Director of Pastors for Peace, Reverend Lucius Walker

3:24 minutes (3.11 MB)

Monday On The Environment with Paul Scott of Plug-In America

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Sun, 07/29/2007

Scott Forrester interviews Paul Scott - co-founder of Plug-In America on electric cars. http://www.pluginamerica.com/. This show originally aired on July 2, 2007.

11.95 MB

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07/03/07 Get This
Chris Andreae

1. Now that the potage is cooked it’s time to take it to the polls. Oregon lawmakers referred eight measures to the ballot. Most comical of all is the cigarette tax, which is to be enshrined in the Oregon State Constitution. Yes, that is what it takes to get health coverage for 100 thousand uninsured children. Why not just give the money directly to the huge health insurance companies and leave the constitution out of it. That’s how every other department of the US government works now, right?

7:03 minutes (6.45 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for July 2, 2007

This program, hosted by Luz María Gordillo, discusses immigration and labor, reviews Michael Moore's film "Sicko," and considers a National Health Care System. Frann Michel comments on issues being discussed at the US Social Forum in Georgia.

52:03 minutes (21.08 MB)

 

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