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September 5, 2019

September 5, 2019

 
 
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  1. I opened with “Tryin’ to Reason with Hurricane Season… then talked about Dorian craziness,,, then played Azzurra Crispino’s interview with Karisma Garcia who was recently released from prison. They especially noted the challenges for transgender inmates. Donate to her fundraiser at
    https://fundrazr.com/e1XZS0?ref=ab_88LYi9_ab_AuMq4BRhaV9AuMq4BRhaV9.
  2. Philip Farruggio’s powerful column described his personal experience with hurricanes and FEMA, and the problems he attributes to insane military spending that leaves no money for programs that would actually help people. Phil and I discussed these topics for the rest of the second half hour segment.
  3. I played my discussion, recorded earlier that day, with Frank Cordaro. Frank read a public report about the war crimes performed in the name of “defense” from the Air National Guard base in Des Moines. The state’s report detailed the number of missions flown and number of times the drones were used to kill people. Then Ava Bird joined us live, with a delightfully pithy piece that ran the gamut from women’s rights to politicians’ crimes to mass shootings… just amazing.
  4. I introduced Karen Kwiatkowski, who shared her insights about the national security state, privacy, and the election process..

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