It's Inside the Headlines' time once again with the insightful Newvandal JP Sottile and co-host James Moore.
This week's three tiers include have shovel, will dig, especially if you're down under with Tone E coal la (la); the economy sucks like a high end vacuum taking us all to the cleaners; and a need to know SOS.
As always, the headlines discussed may be referenced by clicking "Read more" below.
interview with Chris Harris
Today JP Sottile, the Newsvandal, and James Moore invite you to tune in for another weekly dose of news at 4
pm CT when they go INSIDE THE HEADLINES.
This week's 3 tiers include Ebola! Ebola! Ebola! (not Ricola), the near-ish end is not a river in Egypt (Is that a whitleblower in your coalmine or a black canary?), and secrets & lies--so many secrets & lies.
As always, click "Read more" below for links to all the headline stories discussed on our program. Show is rebroadcast Sundays at 9am and archived Monday.
Wenonah Hauter is the founder and Executive Director of Food & Water Watch.
She has worked extensively on food, water, energy and environmental issues at the national, state and local level. Her book Foodopoly: The Battle Over the Future of Food and Farming in America examines the corporate consolidation and control over our food system and what it means for farmers and consumers. Experienced in developing policy positions and legislative strategies, she is also a skilled and accomplished organizer, having lobbied and developed grassroots field strategy and action plans.
She is currently writing Frackopoly: The Battle for the Future of Energy and the Environment due for publication in 2015. From 1997 to 2005 she served as Director of Public Citizen’s Energy and Environment Program, which focused on water, food and energy policy. From 1996 to 1997, she was environmental policy director for Citizen Action, where she worked with the organization’s 30 state-based groups. From 1989 to 1995 she was at the Union of Concerned Scientists where, as a senior organizer, she coordinated broad-based, grassroots sustainable energy campaigns in several states. She has an M.S. in applied anthropology from the University of Maryland.
JFAN's Annual Summit Wednesday, October 15th at 7:30pm presents Wenonah Hauter, Executive Director of Food & Water Watch, as keynote speaker. People can make a difference, she says, if they come together. Her national organization & work is testimony to how it's done. Don't miss this discussion.
James interviews Mark Deuisch and Jeff Kapek
MEGABANKS: CAPITALIZING ON A CAPTIVE AUDIENCE
Join us for another weekly dose of INSIDE THE HEADLINES with Newsvandal JP Sottile and James Moore.
The three tiers today include banking on the incarcerated for fun & profit; the economy doesn't suck, it just sucks for you; and life's a beach--until it isn't.
As always, click on "Read more" below to reference any of the headlines discussed on the show. Thanks for tuning in. Rebro Sunday at 9am CT.
Operation Relief, Alliant Energy's residental tree distribution program, adminstered by Iowa DNR Forestry Bureau and Jefferson County Extension, offering 12 varieties of trees and a Free Tree Planting Care workshop at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds on Thursday October 2nd 4:30 - 6:30 pm. The website is alliantenergy.com/releaf. That's Operation Releaf tree workshop at the Fairgrounds October 2nd, co-sponsored by KRUU-FM.
Segment alternates weekly with CITY BUSINESS with Michael Halley, airing on second and fourth weeks.
"Whenever the people are well-informed, they can be trusted with their own government." --Thomas Jefferson