Thursday, September 1, 2011

An alternate history of the U.S.

Thaddeus Russell


Cindy Sheehan's first guest is Thaddeus Russell, he's an historian, cultural critic, and author of "A Renegade History of the United States."











Congressman Dennis Kucinich


Cindy Sheehan's next guest is Congressman Dennis Kucinich of Ohio, and he discusses the U.S. military intervention in Libya. His biggest objection is that the entire power to make war is given by our Constitution to Congress not to the President. The founders and the Constitution clearly valued the importance of putting the war powers in the hands of the Congress.
Source: Double feature







Kevin Bales


Kevin Bales talks about slavery. He is an anti-slavery advocate and the president of Free the Slaves. He is also a Professor of Sociology at Roehampton University in London.
Source: Kevin Bales, Anti-Slavery Advocate






Governor Schwarzenegger

Does chemical pollution affect young male sexuality? Scientists continue to sound the alarm about some chemical exposures that may effect reproductive health and development.
Source: Hormone Disruptors Linked To Genital Changes and Sexual Preference

Climate Solutions: Do It Locally
Cities and states must carry the torch to cut carbon emissions and fight climate change. That's the message from Governor Schwarzenegger's third and final Governors' Global Climate Summit, at UC Davis. Reporter: Gretchen Weber
Source: Message from Climate Summit: Do It Yourself





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Music includes Earth Anthem, We'll Met Again, Another Man Done Gone, Something To Believe In, deja vu all over again, Charlie Parker - Scrapple from the Apple, I Don't Want to be a Soldier, In A World Gone Mad, White Lion - When The Children Cry, Somewhere Over the Rainbow - Judy Garland

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