Hosted by Clayton Morgareidge, this program explores the current situation in Iraq and future possibilities there; an artists collective that focuses on political print-making; relationship between capitalism and democracy; and a movie about three generations of Mexican-American women in a small town in Arizona. You can hear the whole show by clicking on the arrow above, or listen to individual pieces by following their links below:
Movie Moles Frann Michel and Denise Morris discuss the film How the Garcia Girls Spent the Summer , directed by Georgina Garcia Riedel. What does female desire look like? And how do self-inflicted limitations and social expectations shade and color it?
Drawing on quotations posted on the website of The International Endowment for Democracy ("Supporting democracy in the country that needs it most--the USA"), Clayton Morgareidge weaves an argument that there can be no such thing as democratic capitalism.
Has the surge really reduced the level of violence in Iraq? The Old Mole's Bill Resnick talks with policy analyst, author and activist Antonia Juhasz whose website The Bush Agenda contains a wealth of information and analysis. She is the author of The Bu$h Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at a Time and the forthcoming The Tyranny of Oil: The World's Most Powerful Industry, and What We Must Do To Stop It.
Reed Graduate, Andrew Pappone and his attorney Tom Nelson discuss his detention by the Israeli Defense Force when he left Palestine following completion of n internship with the Palestine Fair Trade Association. After he returned to the US he and his family faced harrassment by the FBI prompting him to hire civil rights attorney Tom Nelson.
This past Friday the South Pacific island nation of Tonga crowned the fifth monarch of its modern history -- George Tupou [pron. too-poh] the Fifth. KBOO's Pacific correspondent Michael Gene Horowitz reports from Tonga on the upbeat political developments surrounding this historic event.
The US Senate debates a law to protect journalists from being forced to disclose confidential sources. Citizen journalists are not included for protection in the Senates version of The Free Flow of Information Act, S2035.
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