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Everything Is Broken playlist for 03/10/2014

Habanero filling in for Jim Lynch again today. Jim will be back next week.

The discussion today is the Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare). My guest is Michael Kessler, CPA and we'll be discussing the challenges, and solutions, for employers under the Affordable Care Act.

To reach Habanero/Sue Montana, you can send an email to habanero@wusb.fm, or call 631.244.5661 or check out www.habaneroinc.com. I welcome your ideas for future programming, any questions you have about the programs presented, or any other healthcare business related questions.

Everything Is Broken playlist for 03/04/2014

Fillin today with Habanero, presenting Everything (in Healthcare) Is Broken. Thanks to Jim Lynch for the timeslot this week and next. Jim will be back on 3/18.

The discussion today is the Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare). My guest is Jason Samel from LongIslandObamaCare.com.

Here is the official New York State of Health website for signing up. https://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/

Jason cautions that sometimes you don't get the correct information, and you may not be connected with the plan that is best for you and your family. Seek out either a knowledgeable Navigator or broker who is familiar with all the nuances of the coverage, plans and options to make sure you find the best plan and rates.

To reach Habanero/Sue Montana, you can send an email to habanero@wusb.fm, or call 631.244.5661 or check out www.habaneroinc.com. I welcome your ideas for future programming, any questions you have about the programs presented, or any other healthcare business related questions.

Everything Is Broken playlist for 02/25/2014

Tomorrow TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25; 1:00PM EST, we will cover a lot of ground, starting with the jingoism that is our media coverage of the Winter Olympics. We will go without our featured interview and do some historically correct (if not politically correct) “Free Form Radio.”

NOTE ABOUT POWER … we are back - better than ever!!

For music today … singer/song-writer Richie Havens.
http://www.richiehavens.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richie_Havens

Everything Is Broken playlist for 02/18/2014

on www.WUSB.FM tomorrow 1:00PM … our program will follow up on our discussion last week on Democratic Socialism. what is it and why hasn’t the United States embraced its core principles like most other developed democracies.

We will go without our featured interview today and do some historically correct, if not politically correct “Free Form Radio.”

NOTE ABOUT FM SIGNAL: due to ice buildup, our transmitter is still being worked on. if you know anyone that can't tune in, please encourage them to listen on their computers or other devices.

For music today … some classic Richie Havens!!
http://www.richiehavens.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richie_Havens

Everything Is Broken playlist for 02/11/2014

TOMORROW TUESDAY Feb.11; 1:00PM … our program will focus on Democratic Socialism, what is it and why hasn’t the United States embraced its core principles like most other developed democracies.

Our featured guest is Frank Llewellyn. Frank is the former National Director of Democratic Socialists of America (DSA). He has a long history of activism for peace and justice.
http://dsausa.org
Franks Twitter handle is @FrankLlewellyn

for our music … Robben Ford – blues; jazz-fusion and rock guitarist.
http://www.robbenford.com/bio.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robben_Ford

Everything Is Broken playlist for 02/04/2014

OUR PROGRAM TUESDAY will cover issues like the Staples takeover attempt of the US Postal Service, income inequality, and veterans.

Our featured guest is Francis Hamit is an author and playwright who spent 21 years in the Industrial Security business. Francis served in the U.S. Army Security Agency in Vietnam and Germany. His security career also included consulting about risk assessment and threats to people and property from various hazards, including terrorism. Francis and I will discuss veterans and how they have been treated by citizens and government.

Our music will feature some great John Hiatt tunes, each from a different CD.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hiatt
http://www.johnhiatt.com

Everything Is Broken playlist for 01/28/2014

Our program will follow-up on our discussion last week on healthy communities, social justice and participatory planning.

Our featured guest is Lynne Elizabeth. Lynne is founder and director of New Village Press. She is the past president of Architects/ Designers/ Planners for Social Responsibility (ADPSR). She is the coeditor of "What We See: Advancing the Investigations of Jane Jacobs" (New Village Press, 2010), "Works of Heart: Building Village through the Arts" (New Village Press, 2006), and "Alternative Construction: Contemporary Natural Building Methods" (John Wiley & Sons, 2000, 2005). She is a contributing author to "Eco-Village Living" (Gaia Trust, 2003) and "Sustainable Architecture White Papers" (Earthpledge Foundation, 2000). She also previously published ADPSR's national periodical, "New Village Journal", which offered themed issues on community revitalization, community-scale economics, and education for community building.
http://www.newvillagepress.net
https://www.facebook.com/newvillagepress
http://www.beyondzuccotti.org/

Everything Is Broken playlist for 01/21/2014

Our program Tuesday will cover issues like the rightward drift of the one-party system and how urban planners and other professionals deal with social justice issues.

Our featured guest is Raphael Sperry is an architect and President of Architects / Designers / Planners for Social Responsibility, a 32 year old organization dedicated to peace, environmental protection, social justice, and the development of healthy communities. His work engages design professionals with issues of human rights in the built environment, especially in U.S. prisons. As an architect he has participated in the design of airports, office towers, and university buildings among other building types, with a specialty in green design, and he has taught green building classes at California College of the Arts and Stanford University. He is currently a Soros Justice Fellow hosted at U.C. Berkeley; he lives in San Francisco.
www.adpsr.org
https://www.facebook.com/ADPSRArchitects
PLEASE SIGN their online petition: http://www.tinyurl.com/aiaethics

Our music will feature New Orleans R&B legend Allen Toussaint.
http://allentoussaint.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allen_Toussaint

Everything Is Broken playlist for 01/14/2014

TODAY’S PROGRAM will randomly review 2013.

Our featured guest is Mario Almonte. He is a PR specialist and managing partner at Herman & Almonte Public Relations. He also blogs at the Huffington Post, covering politics, social issues and popular culture. He has appeared on TV and been quoted on these topics in many major publication in the U.S. In his spare times, he writes novels, and you can purchase his books on Amazon and other popular websites.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mario-almonte/

Our music will feature revolutionary blues harpist Little Walter – compared often to the likes of Charles Parker to Jimi Hendrix.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Walter

Everything Is Broken playlist for 12/24/2013

TODAY’S PROGRAM will focus on a variety of topics, but most importantly the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Our featured guest is Julia Trigg Crawford. She is fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline that already runs through her property. Her land was seized by eminent domain by a Canadian company. Julia Trigg is the 3rd generation Manager of her family's 650 acre working farm in northeast Texas. Purchased by her grandfather in 1948, Red'Arc Farm is named for the waterways that form two of it's borders, the Red River and the Bois d'Arc Creek. Her family raises cattle and grows wheat, corn and soybeans. Rich in archeological treasures as well, Red'Arc Farm houses a well documented Caddo Indian burial site within its boundaries.
http://www.standtallwithjulia.com
http://www.standwithjulia.com
http://www.nrdc.org/energy/keystone%2Dpipeline/

Our music will feature holiday craziness from non other than Leon Redbone.
http://www.leonredbone.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leon_Redbone

Everything Is Broken playlist for 12/17/2013

Our program tuesday, 1:00PM EST will focus on USA foreign policy pertaining to the use of torture, and commonplace domestic torture policy in our prisons.

Our featured guest is Richard L. Killmer, a Presbyterian minister, is the Executive Director of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture – an interfaith organization of more than 300 religious organizations committed to ending U.S.-sponsored torture. Rich is a veteran of many social justice organizatons.
http://www.nrcat.org

Our music will feature rock from Blues Traveler.
http://www.bluestraveler.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blues_Traveler

Everything Is Broken playlist for 12/10/2013

Our program tomorrow, tuesday 12/10/13; 1-2:30PM will focus on Nelson Mandela, the War on Drugs, and current USA racism with Obama as the litmus test.

Our featured guest is Linn Washington. Linn is a columnist for The Philadelphia Tribune; a freelance journalist for THISCANTBEHAPPENING.NET and other publications nationwide. Linn writes extensively on matters involving the criminal justice system, racism and other topics. Linn is also an Assistant Prof. Journalism at Temple University in Philadelphia.
http://www.thiscantbehappening.net/

music will feature some classic brit rock from the original lineup of Humble Pie: Steve Marriott, Peter Frampton, Greg Ridley and Jerry Shirley.
http://www.humble-pie.net/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humble_Pie_(band)

Everything Is Broken playlist for 11/26/2013

Our featured guest is Mark Pastin. Mark was formerly Professor of Management at the Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He is the author of over 100 academic and trade publications. Mark left academia to prove that it is possible to create lasting ethical change in organizations. While Mark was transitioning from academia to his current work, he worked as a newspaper columnist, investment banker, and international consultant. Since 1993, Mark has served as Chief Executive Officer of the Council of Ethical Organizations, a non-profit organization dedicated to promote ethics in business, government and the professions. Throughout these careers, Mark has pursued practical approaches to ethical issues. His research focuses on two topics. The first topic is how to gain ethical insight and the second is how to translate that insight into ethical action.

We will discuss many issues related to our current corporate culture and explore his thesis in his newest book: “Make An Ethical Difference … Tools for Better Action”
http://markpastin.com
http://councilofethicalorganizations.com

Everything Is Broken playlist for 11/19/2013

Our program tuesday 1:00PM eastern will explore multiple issues, including biker safety and the legal system with a story from a mom who lost her son tragically to a trucker that ran a red light. and again, we are lucky to have another special visit from WUSB colleague Chris Sorochin (“If This Be Treason” – Fridays 1:00PM eastern).

Our featured guest is Pennie Fay, President of Steven’s Fund. Pennie will tell the story of the death of her son Stephen last year. She is an actress, singer, writer, MC, model and fundraiser.
http://www.stephensfund.org
http://www.causes.org

Our music will feature some fine blues and rock from the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band.
http://www.kennywayneshepherd.net
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Wayne_Shepherd

Live on air and online and wusb.fm join us!!

Everything Is Broken playlist for 11/12/2013

Our program TUESDAY 11-12-13; 1-2:30PM EST will explore multiple issues with a special visit from WUSB colleague Chris Sorochin (“If This Be Treason” – Fridays 1:00PM eastern). Our featured guest is Norman Solomon, Founding Director of The Institute for Public Accuracy and current Senior Researcher. He is the author of twelve books, including War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death, and with Reese Ehrlich, Target Iraq: What the News Media Didn’t Tell You. Solomon is a nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, and many other newspapers. we will discuss the NSA data hoovering and whistleblowers like Edward Snowden
http://www.accuracy.org

Our music will feature some fine tunes from singer/songwriter Patty Larkin.
http://www.pattylarkin.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patty_Larkin

Everything Is Broken playlist for 11/05/2013

Our program TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5; 1PM Eastern will explore the security state that is our USofA. we will participate in an interactive video on-air about the Snowden revelations and other NSA data hovering issues. We will also examine lessons learned post 9-11 relative to airport security.

Our featured guest is Francis Hamit, an author and playwright who spent 21 years in the Industrial Security business. Francis served in the U.S. Army Security Agency in Vietnam and Germany. His security career also included consulting about risk assessment and threats to people and property from various hazards, including terrorism. His latest novel addresses the domestic terrorist threat posed by so-called patriot militias. It is called “Meltdown.” His books can be purchased as e-books at Amazo and B&N.

AND … our Senior Florida Correspondent, Steve Wiehe will join us. Steve always manages to toss me a curve or two.

Our music will feature some great tunes from the eclectic singer/songwriter Betty LaVette.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bettye_LaVette
http://www.bettyelavette.com

Everything Is Broken playlist for 10/29/2013

TOMORROW TUESDAY OCTOBER 29: 1-3PM. we will cover a variety of issues, from chastising my fellow progressives to listing USA foreign policy disasters since WW2 to USA exceptionalism to the NSA data hoovering.

Our featured guest is John Grant. John is a writer/photographer/filmmaker living in Philadelphia. He has worked as a newspaper reporter and has published both fiction and non-fiction. In the 1980s, he traveled to Central America as a documentary photographer for publication and for exhibits of his own large prints. He shot and edited an 80-minute documentary film called "Second Time Around" about a seriously wounded Vietnam veteran who chose to live and work in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 35 years after his first tour there. John has been to Iraq twice during the war, once as an observer critical of the war and once as a cameraman on a documentary film. He is a Viet Nam vet and an activist with Veterans For Peace.
http://thiscantbehappening.net
AND … our Senior Florida Correspondent, Steve Wiehe will join us. Steve always manages to toss me a curve or two.

Our music will feature one of the all time jazz singers, Sarah Vaughan.

Everything Is Broken playlist for 10/22/2013

Our program TUESDAY is expanded to 2 hours, so we will cover a variety of issues from the Affordable Care Act to the success of rightwing radicals (and the corollary failure of progressives) to disrupt the status quo. We will also try to get into the psyche of politicians and other “leaders” – why do some self-destruct so dramatically.

Our featured guest is Steven Mundahl. Steve is the author of a new book called The Alchemy Of Authentic Leadership where he analyses the reasons powerful people risk it all and fall from grace. He is a leadership scholar and professor and is President/CEO of Goodwill Industries of Western Massachusetts.
www.alchemyofauthenticleadership.com

AND … a very special visit from our resident scribe, one J. David Gray. David is the Sonoma, CA-based author of “Synergy” and will read a new poem or short essay.
http://itun.es/iPY4c4

For our music we will feature some blues and boogie woogie from Professor Longhair.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professor_Longhair

Everything Is Broken playlist for 10/15/2013

Our program for TUESDAY october 15; 1-2:30PM will cover not only the radical right’s shutdown of the USA government, but also a very personal story involving women’s health and state government revenge in Kansas.

Our featured guest is Kris Neuhaus. Dr. Kristen Neuhaus for years was the only physician in Kansas with the guts to stand up to the anti-abortion zealots and provide a legally required second opinion for women needing a late term abortion from Dr. George Tiller, the abortion doctor murdered by one of those zealots as he handed out programs at his Church at a Sunday service. Since that murder Dr. Neuhaus has been targeted for destruction, not just by the anti-abortion fanatics, but by the entire state government, led by Gov. Sam Brownback.
http://tinyurl.com/komwo46

Our music will feature some catchy tunes from the oh so versatile Jack White III. aka: John Anthony Gillis.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_White

Everything Is Broken playlist for 10/08/2013

Our program TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 - 1-2:30PM EDT will cover a multitude of sins, from the havoc raised by the radical libertarians/teabaggers to open fascism in Kansas. We will even take a look at how a nation can care for its people and still be an economic and moral success – hint: it is in northern Europe!

Our featured guest is Dave Lindorff, author and journalist. Dave is the founder of ThisCantBeHappening.net, a consortium of bloggers that try to make sense of the madness of a failing democracy. Dave’s full bio can be found at:

http://www.thiscantbehappening.net/node/13

For our music today will feature some tunes from Chris Isaak.
http://www.chrisisaak.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Isaak