Sunday Forum

Sunday Forum Podcast

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  • Sunday

    10:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Walter Smith, Jr

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Walter Smith and guests fire up the airwaves with commentary and debate about newsworthy issues at the local, state, national and international levels.

The Sunday Forum celebrates and analyzes issues of human diversity, public policy, economic disparity, racial oppression, and global conflict. It is a progressive talk magazine and call-in show that views the power of information as vital to the preservation of democracy here and abroad.

The program format allows for two hours of lively debate from 11:00 AM to 1:00pm every Sunday morning. This superb call-in show is a favorite place to go for callers who are anxious to be part of a dialogue about the hot issues of the week, and listeners who enjoy a critical analysis of the policies and developments that affect public life. The show has featured such guests as Congressman Alcee Hastings, Florida Supreme Court Justice Peggy Quince, Congresswoman Frederika Wilson, State Senator Arthenia Joyner. County Commissioner Les Miller, Congresswoman Betty Castor, and author Dr. Manning Marable. Guest also include leaders in civil rights, women rights, gay rights, and immigrant rights organizations. All giving voice to the voiceless and powerless!

Thank You Gifts available from Sunday Forum
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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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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Walter Smith Jr.