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LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS AGAINST PROHIBITION - Radioactivity

09/22/04

Jack Cole knows about the war on drugs from several perspectives. Cole retired as a Detective Lieutenant after a 26-year career with the New Jersey State Police. For twelve of those years Cole worked as an undercover narcotics officer. His investigations spanned the spectrum of possible cases, from street drug users and mid-level drug dealers in New Jersey to international “billion-dollar� drug trafficking organizations. Cole ended his undercover career living nearly two years in B...

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WOMAN FIRED FROM HER JOB FOR SUPPORTING KERRY GETS HIRED BY KERRY - Mitch Perry

09/21/04

An Alabama woman who was fired for supporting John Kerry, is now working for the Democratic candidate for President.

41 year old Lynne Rene Gobell worked at a company called Enviromate in Moulton, Alabama, which produces cellulose insulation, where she worked as a bagger on a production line. That is, until a few weeks ago...

Ms. Gobell explains (roll tape#1 o.q.�couldn’t tell me who to vote for�) At that juncture, Gobell then went into her office to confront her empl...

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ASIAN-AMERICAN VOTER REGISTRATION TRAINING AT STETSON LAW. Mark Antokas

09/21/04

INTRO: According to a combined 2001 Cal Tech and MIT report on the 2000 election, between four and six million votes were lost due to voter registration, polling practices, and ballot irregularities. According to “The Power On!�, an organization dedicated to voter registration, voter intimidation, irregularities in statewide election procedures, and purged voter rolls have hindered voters in the political process. Last night, at the Tampa Law Center of Stetson University, a voter r...

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RAY MCGOVERN SPEAKS ABOUT VIETNAM INTELLIGENCE FAILURES-Andrew Stelzer

09/21/04

Ray McGovern, a former CIA analyst, was at the University of South Florida’s Tampa campus today. McGovern served under Presidents from Kennedy thru George Bush Senior. McGovern has been outspoken about the Bush administrations misuse intelligence, and the politicizing of the agency. He began his speech by talking about the history of the CIA

ACT ‘The CIA was founded in 1957 for 2 reasons..to inform the pres, and to have 1 department with no policy agenda…thatÃ...

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JOHN EDWARDS IN TAMPA-Andrew Stelzer

09/21/04

This afternoon, Vice-presidential candidate John Edwards made his first appearance in Florida, a crucial swing state, since August 1st, Edwards held a town hall meeting on healthcare at the latter carriers union hall in west Tampa.

ACT ‘if you think that Americans headed in the right direction, vote for bush, if not vote for Kerry.�

Before Edwards spoke, there were brief appearances by Hillsborough county public defender Julianne Holt, Frank Sanchez, and congresswo...

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WHY PRESCRIPTION DRUG COSTS ARE SO HIGH - Radioactivity

09/21/04

Armed with first hand knowledge that she gained both at the helm of the New England Journal of Medicine and through her work as a physician, Marcia Angell MD writes in her new book THE TRUTH ABOUT DRUG COMPANIES about how "big pharma" has become a vast marketing machine, about it's limitless influence over medical research and education, and about how these companies continue to overlook the needs of Americans (especially the poor and elderly) by allowing drug prices to escalate at alarming r...

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THE CONTROVERSY OVER PRESIDENT BUSH, CBS, AND THE NATIONAL GUARD MEMOS - Radioactivity

09/21/04

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting's senior analyst Steve Rendell discussed the recent apology by CBS's anchor Dan Rather for failing to fully vet documents allegedly showing that George W. Bush failed to take a National Guard physical during his tenure in 1972. Rendell discussed the larger question of whether Bush failed to serve the complete six years he had signed up for and the media's avalanche of coverage on the Rather controversy.

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NEW LIBRARY OPENS IN WEST TAMPA-Andrew Stelzer

09/20/04

In west Tampa, A new neighborhood library was dedicated this weekend. Located at 905 north Albany, just south of cypress, the community library was Built in a old house that used to be a known location for drug dealing by Dr Walter Smith, a long-time Tampa resident and the ex-president of Florida A and M university. WMNF’s Andrew Stelzer was there and filed this report.

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SONG “When you walk through a storm…�

Deacon Harold Scott??

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CHARLES SHEEHAN MILES ON IRAQ - Mitch Perry

09/20/04

Charles Sheehan Miles is a veteran of the first U.S. invasion of Iraq, the Gulf War. He is the author of the acclaimed novel, Prayer at Rumayla: A Novel of the Gulf War, and is currently completing work on his second novel, Murphy's War. Miles served in combat with the 24th Infantry Division during the 1991 Gulf War, and was decorated for valor for helping rescue fellow tank crewmen from a burning tank during the Battle at Rumayla. Since then, he has been a regular speaker on issues rela...

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RUNNING FOR A CAUSE - Mitch Perry

09/20/04

There are only 43 more days before Americans go to the Polls to decide on the next President. Going back last year to so called ‘Meet Ups’ meetings where activists , intent on beating President Bush, convened to discuss strategy, there have been a variety of events that have brought out people usually not that political, who are coming together to bring down the President. . The latest creative event along the way to the election took place this Saturday nationally, where th...

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