Exit polls from some districts for the 2016 election differed by as much as 5.2% from the final vote tallies — a statistical difference that has called into question the security and accuracy of some of the electronic voting methods. David W. Moore, senior editor at the Gallop Poll, professor at the University of New […]
Tim Shorrock’s recent article in The Nation discusses the appointment of Ret. Lt. General Keith Kellogg as President-elect Donald Trump’s chief military advisor, despite having a key role in the disastrous failure in the occupation of Iraq. He talks with Jan Miyasaki about Kellogg, as well as the huge influence of non-governmental contractors in the […]
John Burroughs, Executive Director of the Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy, talks to Jan Miyasaki about nuclear armament, disarmament, treaties, and the potential direction of President-elect Trump on a nuclear world.
With the science department of the Wisconsin DNR nearly gutted by the Walker administration, more must be done to monitor environmental insults to Wisconsin’s nature — that, according to Kimberly Wright from the Midwest Environmental Advocates. That group’s responsibility is to aid citizen groups advocating for maintaining environmental standards for water, chemicals, and toxins — […]
Jan Miyasaki talks with M Adams from Freedom Inc about young activists’ reactions to the elections — and are later joined by Kevin Alexander Gray, regular contributor to Counterpunch and The Progressive, and author of “Killing Trayvons: An Anthology of American Violence“. Together they discuss the failure of neo-liberalism and the need for organizing at […]
Tap It – New Works will be performing a free presentation of their work “Ben Franklin & Baron von Steuben vs. the Paine County School Board” on Monday, November 14, at 6:30 in the Anderson Auditorium of Edgewood College. Members of the troupe talk with Jan Miyasaki about the story and the performance.