|VIRTUALLY SPEAKING SUNDAY APRIL 3|
A Counterpoint to the Sunday Morning Talking Heads
@4pm pacific|7pm eastern - DAN ELLSBERG & GLENN GREENWALD: WikiLeaks, the abuse of Bradley Manning and the future of civil liberties in the U.S. Listen here
@5pm pacific|8pm eastern - Maple Syrup Edition with Kevin Wood aka RevPaperboy, Dr.Dawg and @OurManinAbiko on the coming General Election in Canada and #Quakebook, a Twitter spawned response to Japan post quake and tsunami.
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Beginning Tuesday, listen to the Maple Syrup Edition here
VIRTUALLY SPEAKING SUSIE with Susie Madrak
MONDAY April 4 - 6pm pacific|9pm eastern
The topic is Libya and the long haul. Susie's guest is writer, student, poet, musician, and political activist Rafael Noboa y Rivera. A decorated combat veteran of the Iraq War, Noboa y Rivera is currently completing studies in journalism at Ohio University’s Scripps School of Journalism. Recovering journalist and class warrior Susie Madrak explores the impact of current events on the daily lives of working class people.
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THURSDAY DOUBLE HEADER APRIL 7 - 5pm pacific | 8pm eastern to 7pm pacific|10pm eastern
VIRTUALLY SPEAKING A-Z JAY ACKROYD and STUART ZECHMAN
Ongoing conversation about U.S. movement liberalism (as opposed to 3rd Way or centrist liberalism) in both an historical and current context.
Listen here @ 5 pm pacific
Beginning April 8 Listen here
@6pm slt - VIRTUALLY SPEAKING WITH JAY ACKROYD and guest economist WARREN MOSLER: Can Taxes and Bonds Finance Government Spending? Modern Monetary Theory says no.
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