Tell Somebody
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Nuke Watch Director Jay Coghlan on Nuclear Weapons Parts Production in Kansas City

Nuclear Watch New Mexico executive director Jay Coghlan returned to Tell Somebody on October 31, 2013 ahead of a couple of speaking engagements in Kansas City about the Kansas City Nuclear weapons parts plants, old and new, billed “KC: Linchpin in Nuclear Weapons Production, or 50 Ways to Leave Your Nukes!”

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Direct download: ts_2013_10_31.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am CDT

"Money for Nothing" Panel Discussion

On the evening of October 21, 2013, there was a preview screening of the film "Money for Nothing, Inside the Federal Reserve" at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC). After the film, there was a panel discussion about the film with the filmmaker, Jim Bruce, and UMKC professors Dr. Stephanie Kelton, chair of the UMKC department of economics, economics professor Dr. L. Randall Wray, and Dr. William Black, former financial regulator and associate professor of law and economics.

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Survival 13 for the Homeless with Richard Tripp & Duane Skjervem

On the October 24, 2013 edition of Tell Somebody Richard Tripp, Executive Director of Care of Poor People, Inc. returned and brought Duane Skjervem, executive director of Hope Faith Ministries along with him to talk about Coppinc’s Survival 13 event for the homeless on November 30. 

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Direct download: ts_2013_10_24.mp3
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IPCC Lead Author Michael J. Prather on the AR5 on Climate Change

The IPCC Fifth Amendment Report (AR5) on climate change was released in Stockholm on September 27th. The New York Times reported on what it called the report’s “near certainty” that humans are responsible for the rising temperatures of recent decades. On this week’s Tell Somebody, one of its contributing authors, Michael J. Prather, will be on hand to talk about it. Prather is a professor of earth system science at the University of California-Irvine.

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Direct download: ts_2013_10_17.mp3
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Hank van den Berg on the Government Shut-down

Hendrik (Hank) van den Berg is a professor of economics at the University of Nebraska, visiting the UMKC economics department for a year.  Professor van den Berg got on the phone with Tell Somebody to talk about the September 30, 2013 government shutdown, the looming debt ceiling situation, and other issues.

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Direct download: ts_2013_10_03.mp3
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