Bill Resnick reads from Horace Campbell in Counterpunch on "Ebola, the African Union, and Bioeconomic Warfare," and summarizes and comments on other accounts of the Ebola Crisis. He concentrates on the neo-liberal defunding of public health agencies and the exploitation of the Ebola crisis by the right wing that blames the Obama administration and the Democrats in Congress for not properly responding. The right intends this attack on Obama to influence voters to vote Republican. 7:41 minutes (3.52 MB)
Joe Clement talks with James Tracy, author of "Dispatches Against Displacement: field notes from San Francisco's housing war". They consider what gentrification is as an economic and by extension racialized form of domination, how different cities experience gentrification differently, and real world strategies for fighting back and protecting housing from market forces. James will be speaking at Reading Frenzy books off of N Beech and Mississippi at 6pm on Sunday the 19th, where there'll be a community discussion about fighting displacement.
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Mark Seligman is a Libertarian candidate running for the Oregon House in District 3. He talked with Don Merrill about how the vote in Josephine County against the most recent levy was the right one, how he says the city attorneys in Cave Junction scared city council out of the idea of supporting marijuana dispensaries and how if he were elected, his focus would be primarily on bringing jobs to his district and help him and his neighbors take care of their own. 28:04 minutes (25.7 MB)