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.
Gerry Condon, a member of Veterans For Peace, joined host Jan Miyasaki over the phone from the Bradley Manning trial. He gives an update of the trial and talks about the continuing support Manning has been receiving:
Kevin Gosztola, a writer and publisher for the Dissenter, and co-author of the book, “Truth and Consequences: The U.S. vs. Bradley Manning,” joined the 8 O’CLock Buzz on Friday, March 15th, 2013. Bradley Manning recently pled guilty to willfully passing classified information to wikileaks.
On Friday December 7th, host Esty Dinur started the show with guest Louise Somalski, Lobbyist for American Federation of Teachers in Michigan (AFT Michigan). She is in Lansing and gave listeners an update on the Right to Work legislation passed in the Michigan State Capitol on Thursday December 6th. This legislation would make it unlawful […]