Is the world on the verge of a dangerous new nuclear arms race? According to my knowledgeable guests on this month’s Other Voices TV program, the answer, sadly, is a resounding yes.
This past Saturday, the Peace and Justice Center sponsored a teach-in on the conflict with Iran. It was the first public program by the Center since I retired, and so it was the first program not presided over by me in 30 years. That felt a little odd. I kept feeling an urge to run up and grab the microphone.
I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation with David Sloss, professor of law at Santa Clara University School of Law. He really helped clarify some knotty legal issues and made clear that the Mueller report is a crime report.
A very lively and informative conversation with two people who really know their issue inside and out. Medicare for All s shaping up to be a central issue of debate in the primary primary race. This will help you get a handle on the parameters of that debate. Continue reading “Understanding the Medicare for All Debate”
The history of grassroots activism abounds with classic stories of struggle against all odds, and tales worthy of telling around a campfire. History is the important element.
My own campfire tales were told around a flickering TV monitor last night. Owing to my impending retirement, I felt free to invite myself to be the guest on the monthly TV program that I produce and host.
Elliot Margolies’ interview was a marvel.
My goal for this blog is to tell more of these stories. Old and new.