Memorial Day means different things to different people, but most observe it as a day to honor those who have fallen while performing their military duties. The Madison chapter of Veterans for Peace holds a peace rally each year not only to pay tribute to the men and women who have already lost their lives, […]
The conflict continues between Israel and Palestine, but how does this conflict relate to other conflicts around the globe? Learn more on this edition of APA.
On Memorial Day, the Monday Buzz talked with Vets for Peace spokesman Will Williams about problems at the VA, the status of post 9-11 vets and ongoing U.S. Foreign Policy.
What does Thanksgiving day mean to you? What is the “real” history of Thanksgiving? Find out today on this Thanksgiving edition of A Public Affair!
On Friday August 2nd, war veteran and Veterans for Peace activist Will Williams and Jason Huberty joined our host Esty Dinur early on in the show to talk about being arrested at the capital yesterday during the solidarity sing-a-long. Williams was not only arrested yesterday at the solidarity sing-a-long, but he was also injured from being pushed down the stairs at the capital. Huberty was also arrested at the capital yesterday for participating in the sing-a-long and for criminal trespassing. On the second part of the show, Adam Klasfeld of Courthouse News joined us from inside the the Bradley Manning trial to discuss his findings. James Goodale, who represented the New York Times when President Nixon attempted to stop the publication of the Pentagon Papers also joined the conversation about the future of investigative journalism.
On the Thursday July 18th show, host Allen Ruff interviewed Will Williams about the Trayvon Martin killing and the Zimmerman acquittal.