Building Bridges Radio: Michael Moore On Americam Violence; Austerity Cliff
Michael Moore recalls his film Bowling for Columbine and seeks to understand what he refers to as the “DNA of violence rooted in American history”. Robert Borosage, Co-Dir., Campaign for America’s Future, discusses what it will take to prevent the 99% from being thrown over the austerity cliff in a fiscal showdown.
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Michael Moore On Americam Violence; Austerity Cliff In the Fiscal Showdown on WBAI's Building Bridges Radio airs Mondays over 99.5fm and syndicates to over 40 broadcast and internet radio stations in the U.S., Canada and UK.
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Michael Moore On America’s DNA Of Violence
And What Is To Be Done
Michael Moore, recalling his film Bowling for Columbine, while
advocating for the release of Native America leader, and artist
Leonard Peltier, now falsely imprisoned for 37 years, and in the
wake of the latest horrific gun violence seeks to understand what
he refers to as the “DNA of violence rooted in American history”.
Preventing The 99% From Being Thrown Over The Austerity Cliff
In Fiscal Showdown
Robert Borosage, Co-Dir., Campaign for America’s Future
With politicians demanding cuts in public benefits Robert Borosage
counsels against buying into the “fiscal cliff” fraud. Borosage says,
the problem is not deficits; it is "the lack of a foundation for
sustainable growth that includes working people. Without a political
movement to achieve the latter, very little progress will be made on
the former." We must counter the spin and show how we can turn the
conversation about debt and deficits to what really matters: putting
people back to work, protecting the economically vulnerable and
ending giveaways to the wealthy.
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