Tell Somebody
A weekly public affairs program on KKFI-FM 90.1, Kansas City community radio.
Dr. Stephanie Kelton on the State of the US Economy and What to Do About It

On the July 30, 2013 edition of Tell Somebodywe talk to Dr. Stephanie Kelton, chair of the economics department at the University of Missouri at Kansas City.  Kelton discusses the state of the U.S. economy and what to do about it generally, and responds to statements made on the NPR "Here and Now" program by an economist at the investment banking firm BNP Paribas.

After that, we have an update on the Bradley Manning verdicts, announced at noon on the day of the broadcast.


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Direct download: ts_2013_07_29.mp3
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Connecting for Good: Google Fiber & the Digital Divide
Guest host Nilufar Movahedi took the Tell Somebody microphone for the July 23, 2013 edition of the show, speaking with Michael Liimatta, president and co-founder of Connecting for Good, a nonprofit organization that is bridging the Digital Divide in Kansas City with free and affordable in-home wireless internet, low cost refurbished PC's, and digital life skills training.   

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Direct download: ts_2013_07_23.mp3
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Protestors Arrested at Local Nuclear Weapons Parts Plant.

On the July 16 edition of Tell Somebody, Mike Murphy sat in for Tom Klammer and talked about the 24 citizens arrested for civil resistance when they sought to open a door to a nuclear weapons-free world during their peaceful protest at the newest U.S. nuclear weapons complex facility opened here in Kansas City, and their quest for fair trials.


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Direct download: ts_2013_07_17.mp3
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Ray McGovern on Sam Adams Award for Edward Snowden & Nathan Fuller on Bradley Manning

On this edition of Tell Somebody Ray McGovern recalls his former colleague, the late Sam Adams and the history of the Sam Adams award for truth-telling, just awarded to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.  

This follows a quick update from the Bradley Manning trial by Nathan Fuller, writer with the Bradley Manning Support Network.

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Direct download: ts_2013_07_09.mp3
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Alicia Dressman on Nuclear LEP's & Disarmament plus Kansas City Plant, Bank of America & bit of Glenn Greenwald

On April 8, 2010, the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) was signed in Prague.  Very shortly after that, Alicia Dressman appeared on the show to explain some of the issues related to START and how this is related to the U.S. Nuclear weapons Complex and Kansas City's prominent role in the complex.  

In June 2013, President Obama made a speech in Berlin including some remarks about nuclear weaons. Independent researcher Alicia Dressman returned for the July 2, 2013 edition of the show to talk about nuclear disarmament and Life Extension Programs (LEP's).  After that, news about the Kansas City nuclear weapons parts plant, talk of misdeeds by and related to Bank of America, the great PR BoA gets on public television, and finally an excerpt of Glenn Greenwald's remarks about press coverage of Edward Snowden's NSA whistleblowing.

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Direct download: ts_2013_07_02.mp3
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