Tue, 27 April 2010
Wayne Harrison Knox, Operational Health Physicist from Atlanta came to Kansas City to do his own investigation deaths and illnesses among current and former workers at the Bannister Federal Complex, and he stopped by to talk to Tell Somebody.
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Tue, 20 April 2010
"As one White House official put it off the record, 'April is all nukes all the time.'"
On April 8, 2010, the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) was signed in Prague. On this edition of Tell Somebody, Alicia Dressman, a volunteer with the Greater Kansas City Chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility and PeaceWorks KC explains some of the issues related to START and how this is relates to the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex and Kansas City's prominent role in the complex.
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Tue, 6 April 2010
This week on Tell Somebody, we have sample some audio from the Spring Break for the Homeless event put on by Richard Tripp's Care of Poor People, Inc., www.coppinc.com and then get an explanation of Rent-a-Center West, Inc. v. Jackson, a case on mandatory binding arbitration heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, from Deepak Gupta, staff attorney at the Public Citizen litigation group. www.citizen.org Finally, an excerpt of Bill Moyers speaking at a national conference on media reform. www.freepress.net
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