Jan Miyasaki interviews Amos Kamil, author of the book “Great is the Truth” and the New York Times article “Prep School Predators”, both of which expose the culture of sexual predation and coverup at the exclusive Horace Mann School in New York.
Dawn Shegonee of “A New People.Net” discusses an upcoming public gathering and discussion entitled “Forward Together: Solutions for Our Future“, which will be held Saturday, November 21, from 3:30-8:00 PM at Kromrey Middle School in Middleton.
Sue Udry, Executive Director of the Defending Dissent Foundation and Acting Director of Bill of Rights Defense Committee, discusses the proposed congressional bill S.754 – Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015, and how it provides personal information to the government and may reduce government transparency via the Freedom of Information Act.
The president has signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and now congress has 3 months to ratify the agreement. Kathryn Johnson, Policy Impact Coordinator with the American Friends Service Committee says that now that the agreement (created by 600 corporate advisors) has become public, the potential impact on the environment, health, and labor is “all that […]
More and more contracts, from cell phone agreements, to bank accounts, to product use contracts and more are including language that binds the user to settle disputes by mediation rather than court trials and eliminate the possibility of class action lawsuits. Joanne Doroshow, founder and executive director of the Center for Justice and Democracy, discusses […]
The top 100 CEOs in the U.S. have retirement accounts with greater holdings than the bottom 41% of everyone else. Jan Miyasaki interviews Scott Klinger from the Center for Effective Government about the numbers and the laws that allow CEOs to set aside unlimited money in their retirement accounts, benefiting not only themselves, but the […]