Monday, February 18, 2008

Show for February 24, 2008

Guests: TJ Johnson, Geov Parrish

* Lacey council struggles with tent city proposal, Olympian
* Police riot at Evergreen
- footage released by Geoduck Student Union, part one and part two.
- Professor to students: 'We need to deal with this among ourselves', Olympian
* Bill orders firm steps to make state 'greener', Seattle PI
- It targets miles driven, gases emitted, boosts earth-friendly jobs

* US Supreme Court Throws Out Wire-Tapping Case, Common Dreams via TJ
* Children Are Forty Percent of Cluster Bomb Casualties, Common Dreams via TJ
* Musharraf Urged To Go as Rivals Win Pakistan Poll, Common Dreams via TJ
* Rigged Trials at Gitmo, Common Dreams via TJ
* Nader announces run for president, Olympian
He ruled out the possibility that he would prevent a Democratic victory in 2008. “Not a chance,” he said. “If the Democrats can’t landslide the Republicans this year, they ought to just pack up, close down, and re-emerge in a different form.”

* The Candidates on Nader, NY Times
* Michael Moore says insurance industry would love Clinton’s healthcare plan, The
* Police concerned about order to stop weapons screening at Obama rally, Fort-Worth Star-Telegram
- geez, is Obama about to become another Bobby Kennedy? Does someone in the secret service have it in for him? Makes one recall the Eddie Murphy routine of the first black president ducking as he's giving a speech.
* Secret Service defends security at Obama rally in Dallas, Fort-Worth Star Telegram
* Philip Giraldi: What FBI whistle-blower Sibel Edmonds found in translation; why is her story being covered up?, Dallas Morning News
* Castro Steps Down, Rejects Idea of Political Change, AP
* Raul Castro becomes Cuba's leader, Olympian

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