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XM 169 - The Power

Tuesday April 24, 2007
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Show Overview

Points of View :
'Feds Ordered VA Police To Stand Down' by Paul Joseph Watson
'The CorporaState Eating America' by Melinda Pillsbury-Foster
'In Turnabout, Infant Deaths Climb in South' by Erik Eckholm

David Kaplan
U.S. News & World Report

Mairead Corrigan-McGuire
Nobel Prize winning social worker

Cliff Kindy
Christian Peacemaker Teams



Show Segments - Right-Click on links to download MP3s.

Russell Simmons
Part1, Part2, Part3
Show Producer Ralph Cooper begins the show with a discussion of Russell Simmons proposal to ban 3 offensive words from the radio.


Listener Feedback
Ralph Cooper & Ambrose Lane take listener comments and questions.


Feds Ordered VA Police To Stand Down
Ambrose reads froma story 'Feds Ordered VA Police To Stand Down' by Paul Joseph Watson for Prison Planet.


The CorporaState Eating America
Part1, Part2
Ambrose reads from a piece 'The CorporaState Eating America' by Melinda Pillsbury-Foster.




David Kaplan
Part1, Part2
Ambrose speaks with David E. Kaplan, chief investigative reporter for U.S. News & World Report.

Topic: Sex in the CIA.

David E. Kaplan commonly writes about terrorism, organized crime, and intelligence. He is co-author of the award-winning book Yakuza (University of California Press, 2003), widely considered the definitive work on Japanese organized crime.


Mairead Corrigan-McGuire & Cliff Kindy
Part1, Part2, Part3
Ambrose speaks with Mairead Corrigan-McGuire, Nobel Prize winning social worker and Cliff Kindy of Christian Peacemaker Teams.

Topic: Palestinian situation and the building of the Wall in Iraq.

Mairead Corrigan-McGuire - Northern Irish social worker who founded the Community of Peace People, also known as the Peace People Organization, a grassroots movement of both Roman Catholic and Protestant citizens dedicated to ending the sectarian strife in Ulster. For their work the two women shared the 1976 Nobel Prize for Peace.

Cliff Kindy, 53, from North Manchester, Indiana. An organic market gardener who works full-time with Christian Peacemaker Teams. As part of CPT he has worked in the Palestinian occupied territories, Mexico, Columbia, Vieques and in projects with First Nation groups in Canada and the U.S.


In Turnabout, Infant Deaths Climb in South
Ambrose welcomes listener comments. Ambrose ends the show with the New York Times article 'In Turnabout, Infant Deaths Climb in South' by Erik Eckholm.


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