Occupy Healthcare. June 30 2012 Hour 1

   Rick Cohen, writer for the Nonprofit Quarterly, shares how the Affordable Care Act impacts nonprofits. Jason Rosenbaum, writer for the Seminal, explains the SCOTUS upholding of the Affordable Care Act. Catherine Crier, author of Patriot Acts, discusses how she was supposed to be the headline speaker at Continental Congress 20 but unfortunately the convention lacked funding. Julia Alford Fowler, from Occupy Philly, talks about the Occupy National Gathering. Plus, Buttercup (GottaLaff) joins us for her weekly Laffy Raw....
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Bitter Seeds: Interview with documentary director Micha Peled. June 30 2012 Hour 2

Angie is joined by Micha Peled founder of Teddy Bear Films and the director of the Globalization Trilogy a 12-year-long project about the production-consumption chain that is constantly shaping lives worldwide. Peled talks specifically about Bitter Seeds, the final film of the trilogy. Bitter Seeds displays Monsanto's destruction of India s agricultural communities. Using diverse interviews ranging from Monsanto execs to the farmers and their families. Every 30 minutes a farmer in India kills himself....
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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Truth. June 23 2012 Hour 1

  Patrick Garofalo, writer for Think Progress talks about how JP Morgan receives government subsidies. And, the GOP budget will favor the rich and raise taxes for the middle class, and how this will effect the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. CFTC Representative Barb Bynum Donondaga, Michigan House of Representatives, proposed stricter vasectomy rules in response to the ant-ichoice action in Michigan. Darcy Burner, Congressional candidate in Washington s 8th District, talks about how her keynote turned into a crowd cheering for abortions. Plus. Buttercup (GottaLaff) joins us for her weekly Laffy Raw. GOP Financial Services chairman admits Wall Street watchdog is underfunded as Republicans cut its budget. JP Morgan Chase gets 14 billion per year in government subsidy study....
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Victory: Effective Activism. June 23 2012 Hour 2

    Spocko, blogger for Spocko's Brain, talks about his battle with Golden Gate Park, the bookburning hoax in Troy, Michigan. and the fake Shell Oil party which spawned the Shellfail. Aaron Krager, freelance writer for The Political is Personal, explains why we need to stop Change.org from supporting corporate education like Students First....
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Low Power FM, Alternative to Corporate Media. June 16 2012 Hour 1

     Tristen Mayes,  Host/Content Director of KDEE 97.5FM, shares his expereince running a LPFM station. Pete Tridish,  co-founder of Radio Mutiny and the Prometheus Radio Project, talks about why LPFM is better than corporate programming, and Vanessa Graber, Community Director for the Prometheus Radio Project, shares how you can get LPFM on the air. Plus, as always, Angie s demented sidekick Buttercup (GottaLaff) describes the news as seen through her corkscrew lens....
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Liberal Radio Progresses. June 16 2012 Hour 2

   First up in our blogger spotlight GottaLaff shares the standpoint of a Progressive Radio consumer. Nicole Sandler, host of the Nicole Sandler Show, explains the future of Liberal Radio from a radio host perspective. Alex Lawson, co-owner of We Act Radio, shares his experience managing a progressive station. Hal Ginsberg, founder of KRXA-Monterey, describes what is like running a station as a one-man operation. Gordon Whiting founding partner of The Broadside Group and executive producer of In Deep with Angie Coiro, discusses the business side of Progressive Radio....
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Political Week in Review. June 9 2012 Hour 1

   Doug Ahler, Political Science graduate student at the University of California, Berkeley, talks about voting and Proposition 14. Lisa Maatz, AAUW Director of Public Policy and Government Relations, explains the Pay Equity Bill and why it was blocked. Sreedhari D Desai, Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School shares the results from her study about husbands bringing their conceptions of gender in the home into the workplace. David Atkins, blogger at Digby's Hullabaloo and First Vice-Chair of Ventura Democratic Party, discusses his article You Are Not Normal. Plus, Buttercup (GottaLaff) joins us for her weekly Laffy Raw. ...
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