The Trump administration’s war against science is well known — Martha Kinsella from the Brennan Center for Justice talks about rules being considered which would restrict the EPA’s requirement to consider scientific studies in their regulations… under the guise of “transparency”.
Lily Zheng, co-author of the book “The Ethical Sellout: Maintaining Your Integrity in the Age of Compromise” talks about her new book and how jobs, friends, family and other social relationships may conflict with one’s identity, beliefs, and values — and how to live with the compromise.
Charter schools have been an expensive experiment in education, costing over $500 Million for schools that never opened or have gone defunct, according to Carol Burris from the Network for Public Education. That group has recently issued a new report, and she talks with Jan about the fraud and waste in that program.
The book, “Lost Science of Money” looks at the mythology of money: where does it come from and who controls it. A study group from the Alliance for Just Money is reading this book and invites others to join in at the the main Library in Madison, Tuesdays at 1:00 PM. Mary Sanderson talks with […]
The House bill HR 2699, which authorizes transportation of spent nuclear power plant fuel to a interim storage facilities, passed a House committee on a voice vote. Passage of this bill, along with three others, would permit thousands of shipments of radioactive materials through towns and cities by rail, truck, and barge. Diane D’Arrigo from […]
Jan talks with Martha Hennessey, one of the members of the King’s Bay Plowshares 7, about the group’s recent trial and conviction. They are currently awaiting sentencing for their activism and face a potential 25 year prison term.