News & Public Affairs05/01/03
Retired M.D. Ed Stein had an idea in the days following the controversial 2000 Presidential Election. He took out his microscope and looked at a punch card. He discovered that the styli used to punch votes made a mark on every card, even if the card was a supposed "under vote." The mark, Stein says, shows up even when the vote is not perceptible to the naked eye. He said he suggested to Democrats and election officials that microscopes be used to determine the intent of the voter. No one took...Be the first to comment
Joseph Gerson, editor of "The Sun Never Sets," a book about U.S. military bases worldwide, says tonight's speech by President Bush declaring an end to combat in Iraq will not declare a pull-out of U.S. troops. Gerson is director of the Peace and Economic Security Program at the American Friends Service Committee. He said today: "Behind the rhetoric of 'liberation' and not staying 'a day' longer than needed, the Bush administration is clearly working to create a client government which will al...Be the first to comment
Our guests, Pnina Firestone of the Coalition of Women's Organizations for a Just Peace, who lives in Jerusalem; Ora Wise, the daughter of a rabbi, born in Jerusalem; and Gabriella Callender, a spoken word activist from Brooklyn with the Mahina Movement. They discussed their views on the treatment of Palestinians, safety for Israel, the direction of the Likud government and U.S. policy toward the Middle East.Be the first to comment
Today at the University of South Florida in Tampa, a Ceremony was held to rededicate a bust of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., which had been vandalized, and repaired. WMNFÃ¢â¬â¢s Amy Snider has the storyÃ¢â¬Â¦
Actuality of student LaÃ¢â¬â¢Farrah Davis
That was USF student LaFarrah Davis, who welcomed the crowd of about 250 to the Martin Luther King, Jr. bust rededication ceremony at Martin Luther King plaza on USFÃ¢â¬â¢s Tampa campus.
USF senior Braulio Colon discussed ...Be the first to comment
Yesterday the State senate passed a Medical Malpractice reform bill to attempt to cure what is seen as a health care crisis in Florida. Today, the Tampa Bay Tiger Bay Club addressed the issue by pitting a doctor against a lawyer to help outline the issues in this debate. WMNFÃ¢â¬â¢s Amy Snider has the story.
On one side, was Tampa malpractice attorney Pat Dekle. On the other, Tampa Ear, nose, and throat doctor Dennis Agliano. The two men addressed what is seen as a crisis in Florida and ...Be the first to comment
Tikkun magazine founder, Rabbi Michael Lerner, is organizing a network of people devoted to peace and healing in the Middle East. Organizer Robyn Lundy discussed why the peace process is off track, human rights abuses in the region, and why a change is needed in U.S. foreign policy.Be the first to comment
Both debaters admitted that that they are probably as far apart on the issue of US Cuba relations as two people can be. This difference, however, provided an extreme example of the challenges those on both sides of the issue will face in any attempt to construct a unified Cuba policy.
Ralph Fernandez, a Cuba native who left with his parents as a young child, believes that Castro has not changed over the last several decades, and that he still poses a threat to his own people and the rest ...1 comments
Jerry Lembcke is a professor at Holy Cross College and the author of THE SPITTING IMAGE, a book which looked at the myths and truths surrounding the homecoming given Vietnam Veterans during the 1960s and '70s. Lembcke says it's a myth that many Vietnam Veterans were spat upon when they returned to the States.Be the first to comment
Two organizers of the upcoming gathering in St. Petersburg, Mark Kamleiter and Sheila McKeown, discussed the state of the anti-war movement, the next challenges for the peace movement and efforts to continue organizing against militarism.Be the first to comment
THE ALTERNATIVE HEALTH SHOW w/ Dr. Carol Roberts, MD. Today Roberts discussed the Atkins Diet.Be the first to comment