Radioactivity: Interviews & Live Call-In

Radioactivity: Interviews & Live Call-In Podcast

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The Stakes – 2020 and the Survival of American Democracy
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This book by Robert Kuttner shows The 2020 presidential election will determine the very survival of American democracy. To restore popular faith in government―and win the election―Democrats need to nominate and elect an economic progressive. The Stakes explains how the failure of the economy to serve ordinary Americans opened the door to a demagogic president, and how democracy can still be taken back from Donald Trump.

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‘News and Brews’ House Party!
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Join Rob Lorei, Sean Kinane and Janelle Irwin at a meet and greet house party with live music, hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine and of course- lively discussion about news and public affairs. November 9th 6-9 pm in Tampa Heights.  Yours for a $100 pledge!

 

 

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Caroline Fredrickson – Fixing Democracy
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In The Democracy Fix, the president of the American Constitution Society argues for progressives to focus on winning by learning from the Right that policy follows power, not the other way around. Caroline Fredrickson points to judicial elections, state power, election law and other policy areas that change the rules of the game.  Fredrickson shows how to regain power, expand the franchise, end voter suppression, win judicial elections, and fight for transparency and fairness in our political system.

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Nancy MacLean – Origins of Radical Right-Wing Power CD
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The history of the anti-government and anti-democratic politics that have transformed the U.S. in recent years is largely obscured from view. The radical right’s agenda includes: suppression of voting rights, privatization of everything from schools to Medicare to Social Security to public lands, elimination of unions and limiting majority rule. Core beliefs also include: there is no problem tax cuts won’t solve and that the best kind of regulation is no regulation. Let industry decide. And the intellectual godfather of this extreme right-wing thinking? Someone you’ve probably never heard of. James McGill Buchanan, a Nobel Prize-winning economist. And the money to promote his ideas comes mostly from billionaire Charles Koch. These ideological positions have moved from beyond the fringe to where they are openly discussed and legislation is proposed. If these forces get their way democracy will be in chains.

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Chuck Collins – Inequality: The New Gilded Age CD
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A conversation between Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald reportedly went like this: Fitzgerald says, “The rich are different from you and me.” To which Hemingway responded, “Yes, they have more money.” You bet they do. And now more than ever. The old Gilded Age pales in comparison to the current one. The wealthy of the late 19th century: Rockefeller, Vanderbilt and Mellon look impoverished in relation to the current crop of Bezos, Gates and Buffet. Inequality is at record levels. How has it happened? The attack on unions has hurt workers. CEO pay has gone through the roof. There have been massive tax cuts for the haves while the have-nots see their social safety net eroded. The enormous excesses of the first Gilded Age led to a populist backlash and the Progressive Era.

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The Mueller Report
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The Mueller Report in book form presented and related materials by the Washington Post.  Introduction and analysis by reporters Rosalind Heldherman and Matt Zapotosky.  You can get this for a monthly Circle of Friends contribution of $8.33.

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The Humanure Handbook: S**t in a Nutshell 4th Edition by Joseph Jenkins
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The author draws from 40 years of research, experience and travel, to expand and clarify your knowledge and understanding of….your poop and what you can do with it! “This is a cult classic which might strike those without an outhouse as disgusting.  But the methods outlined within have the potential to change the ecological fate of the world.” – The New Yorker

Support WMNF and get this book as a gift for $100, or even better, join our Circle of Friends and get it for $8.33 a month!

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Public Affairs Lovers Wall Tile
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If you really appreciate the informative news and public affairs that you hear on WMNF, then you are a perfect person for a News and Public Affairs Lovers Wall tile. Put you name or the name of a loved one on this wall. This can be set up to monthly contributions of $25 a month for a year.

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