Host Dave Lindorff interviews Andrew Leslie Phillips, journalist, fimmaker and former station manager of Pacific Radio flagship station KPFA in San Francisco, about his latest focus: teaching and promoting the concept of permaculture, a holistic approach to sustainable human society that focuses on individuals, families and local communities. Phillips, a native of Australia, joined the conversation from his home in Hancock, NY, where he has lived for the past ten years.
A special rebroadcast of Dave Lindorff's appearance on Radio Free Kansas with colleague Alfredo Lopez and host Mike Cadell.
Host Dave Lindorff interviews two guests. In the first half hour, abortion rights activist Kris Neuhaus talks about two important court decisions, one by a county judge in her native Kansas, and one by the Supreme Court, both halting seriously restrictive laws limiting abortions, and discusses whether the political tide may be turning against such the anti-abortionists. Then in the second half hour, Chinatown banker Thomas Sung, fresh off a stunning court victory, talks about being hounded for three years by Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance, and about how both Vance and federal prosecutors aren't interested in prosecuting the real criminal banks like Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase,Citibank and Morgan Stanley.