Wall to wall fun on PLANET ERSTWILD. Starting with Texas populist Jim Hightower talking about CAFOs and much more with host James Moore. The best-selling author, syndicated columnist, and radio personality will be keying JFAN's annual meeting in Fairfield on Wed Oct 3 at the Convention Center.
2:30pm, it's renowned voice coach Edwin Coppard who's arriving from Vancouver via Japan for an all-day "Unbounded Voice" Saturday workshop. Coppard who worked with motivational speaker Tony Robbins for 10 years, talks about his experiences around the world helping people find their voice and shares his recent breakthrough which he calls the Holy Grail of unlocking its potential.
At 3pm, meet Dana Rubin and Hannah Blackmer, two young women from Vermont who graduated college and decided to do something interesting. They've embarked on a 100-day road trip across America in a diesel-powered Mercedes searching out local sustainability success stories and decided to drop by solar KRUU. Convenient Resilience they call it. Ride on!!
3:15pm we hear from Sue Goodwin, executice producer of NPR's "Talk of the Nation" with Neal Conan. Talk about a true radio passionista! She was visiting Fairfield for the first time to reconnect with her high school buddy, Dr. Deborah Peters. Also, her son attends Grinnell University.
At 4pm, we go "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile. This week topics include 'Hearts & Minds & Bombs,' 'What is Govern-meant to Do?' and 'Something's Fishy.' As we do each week, articles are listed and linked, just click "Read more" below.
1. Hearts and Minds and Bombs
Torture Creep: Why are more Americans accepting Bush-era policies than ever before?
Pakistan Islamist accuses Obama of religious war on Muslims
Congressman Accuses Barack Obama Creating A New Ottoman Empire
U.S. Approval Eroding in Middle East and North Africa Before Film Controversy
Drones in Pakistan traumatise civilians, US report says
Women Are a Silent Presence in New, Devastating Report on U.S. Drone Strikes
Wait, You Still Don't Like Us?
2. What Is Government To Do?
Money to Burn: Oil and Gas Interests Are Spending Big to Keep Their Allies in Office
Development of Fracking Helped by Government Funding and Tax Breaks
Watchdog group faults states' inspections of oil, gas wells
Wall Street Places Its Election Bets
Geithner under attack for ‘protecting’ Citi
U.S. probe of HSBC tangled up in bureaucracy, infighting
Little Appetite in U.S. for More Gov't Regulation of Business
Financial Disclosure for Senior Federal Executives Delayed until after Election
John Paul Stevens | Should We Have a New Constitutional Convention?
3. Something's Fishy
Rare Trout Survives in Just One Stream, DNA Reveals
Can the U.S. win the battle against overfishing?
In half century, Brazil lost 80% of coral reef: study
Plastic rivers flow through Haiti
Climate Change, Metal and Waterways
THIS WEEK IN GOOD NEWS!
New Zealand Grants a River the Rights of Personhood
NIH retires research chimps at troubled facility
Prison Rape: Obama’s Program to Stop It
ODDS & ENDS:
Suicide is now the leading cause of injury-related death in America, and the economy may be to blame
Suicidal dogs and bipolar wolves: Do animals have personalities? How about mental illnesses?
BPA damages chromosomes in monkeys
Whodunit? Crows Ask That Question, Too
Local TV Stations Accept Big Money for Political Ads…and Don’t Ask Questions
Super PACs: Follow the Unlimited Money
Instances of Use of United States Armed Forces Abroad, 1798-2012
Report: Ahmadinejad to Meet with Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Wall Street Is Not Meeting With Ahmadinejad
In Africa, a supermarket sweepstakes
'Fifty Shades of Chicken’ to be published this Fall
French Village Offers Refuge from Apocalypse
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