Everything Is Broken Playlists
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 08/19/2013 - 8:57pm
Our program for TUESDAY AUGUST 20 - 1-3PM EDT will feature Long Island food sustainability. Adelphi University and Sustainable Long Island have collaborated on a study.
Our guests include Sarah Eichberg, Adelphi University's Director of Community Research. She oversees the Institute for Social Research and Community Engagement and the Vital Signs project. A sociologist with a background in gender studies and public health. Eichberg is the author of numerous research and policy reports, including Long Island’s first comprehensive study of barriers and facilitators to health care access on Long Island and, more recently, The Truth and The Facts: Food Inequality on Long Island, an in-depth look at food access and health in three Suffolk County communities.
AND … Fernando Tirado, Director of Programs of Sustainable Long Island. He is responsible for managing the organization's programs including: brownfield redevelopment, food equity, environmental justice, community revitalization, and the high school fellowship and others.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 08/12/2013 - 8:20pm
Our program TUESDAY August 13; 1-3PM EDT will feature an update on the wild horses roundups in the west. we will explore the points of view of activists, indigenous north americans and the federal government on this very emotional issue.
Our guests include Paula Todd King, Director of Communications from The Cloud Foundation. Paula is a write and also a founding member of New Mexico Against Horse Slaughter.
AND … our Senior Florida Correspondent Steve Wiehe will check in from West Palm to give us his take on current events.
Our music today will feature some fun tracks from Dan Hicks and The Hot Licks.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 08/05/2013 - 9:12pm
TUESDAY 1-3:00PM, live on air and on line. our program will feature a look at the failed “War on Drugs” and it’s myriad related issues. we will also look closely at the nuclear disaster in Japan – Fukushima. recent developments have revealed a breach of their “pretend” barrier with the pacific ocean – this is breaking news not for the faint of heart. this is well beyond “brokenness” as we usually frame it.
By Habanero on Tue, 07/30/2013 - 12:52pm
Habanero (aka Sue Montana) filling in for Jim Lynch today, talking about things that are Broken in the healthcare system. Here is the source for some of the material presented with today's broadcast.
How The Medical Profession is Being Forced To Game The System, Michael Kirsch, MD http://mdwhistleblower.blogspot.com/
Your Practice Management Software Is Only As Good As Your Practice Management, Mary Pat Whaley http://managemypractice.com/
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 07/22/2013 - 8:26pm
TOMORROW, tuesday july 23!!! 1-3PM. live on air and online. Our program will feature a look at present authoritarian leanings in USA . As counterpoint, we will go in depth at a regional solution to economic and social issues using our largest state, California, as our test subject.
Our featured guest is Marcus Ruiz Evans, born in Fresno, CA to a European American father employed as a mechanical engineer, and a Mexican American mother employed as an information technology professional. Evans gained experience as a liaison between the California state government and the U.S. federal government involved in the distribution of federal transportation grants to the
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 07/15/2013 - 10:19pm
Our program TUESDAY, July 16; 1-3PM EDT - on air and online at www.wusb.fm. we will feature a look at politics and journalism. Is traditional journalism dead? What are the trends in online journalism? My opinion piece will be an attempt to find ONE historical thing that conservatives have not been on the WRONG side of history on.
The featured guest is Sam Husseini. Sam is the Director of Media and Communications at the Institute for Public Accuracy (IPA). His articles on politics, foreign affairs, public policy, media, and pop culture have been published in the Washington Post and other outlets. He is also founder of WashingtonStakeout.com -- which features tough questioning of political figures as well as VotePact.org -- which encourages disenchanted Democrats and Republicans to team up and vote for their preferred candidates. Prior to joining IPA, Husseini was media director for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.
We will also speak with Francis Hamit about Edward Snowden. Seems we don’t agree on this one.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 07/08/2013 - 8:23pm
Our program TUESDAY JULY 9; 1:20PM EDT, live on air and online at www. wusb.fm. We will feature a comprehensive look at drone warfare from the military perspective - specifically why drones, where are they used, are they effective – and of course the legal and moral issues. This should be a spirited debate!
Our featured guest is Mike Lewis, Professor of Law at Ohio Northern University. Mike flew F-14's for the US Navy in Operation Desert Shield, conducted strike planning for Desert Storm and was deployed to the Persian Gulf to enforce the no-fly zone over Iraq. He was a Topgun graduate in 1992 and was featured in a NOVA documentary on Topgun and aircraft carriers.
After his naval service, Lewis graduated from Harvard Law School. He has published articles and essays on various aspects of the law of war and the conflict between the US and al Qaeda. His work has been cited by the Seventh, Ninth and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeals. He has testified before Congress on the legality of drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen and on the civil liberties tradeoffs associated with trying some Al Qaeda members or terrorist suspects before military commissions.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 07/01/2013 - 9:17pm
Our program TUESDAY, 1:00PM EDT - live on air and online at www.wusb.fm will feature a look at war … and peace – no we wont be reading that book! we will examine ways to wage peace instead of war. we will also listen to an episode of Talk Nation Radio and hear from historian Peter Kuznick for a discussion of his book with Oliver Stone “The Untold History of the United States.”
Our featured guest is Paul Chappell. A 2002 graduate of West Point, Paul served in the army for seven years leaving active duty in November 2009 as a Captain. He currently serves as the Peace Leadership Director for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, whose mission is to educate and advocate for peace in a world free of nuclear weapons, and to empower peace leaders. Today, Chappell lectures across the country and internationally, he also teaches college courses and workshops on Peace Leadership. His newest book is THE ART OF WAGING PEACE A Strategic Approach to Improving Our Lives and the World. http://paulkchappell.com
AND … our Senior Florida Correspondent STEVEN WIEHE will check in from West Palm to give us his take on current events.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 06/24/2013 - 9:30pm
TUESDAY 6/25; 1-3PM EDT. Our program will feature a look at politics and art, activism and building worker solidarity in third world nations. we will also continue our discussion of the NSA data mining of our online activity and phone conversations and of course the “hunt for Edward Snowden” by our government. Lastly we will listen to Talk Nation Radio featuring the film “Dirty Wars."
Our featured guest is Stephanie McMillan. Stephanie has been a political cartoonist since 1992. She creates the comic strip Minimum Security. Her cartoons have appeared on hundreds of websites and in print publications worldwide including the Los Angeles Times, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Yes! Magazine, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian, plus textbooks and anthologies.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 06/17/2013 - 8:21pm
TOMORROW, TUESDAY 1-3:00PM EDT, live on air and online at www.wusb.fm - our program will feature a look at the military industrial complex, empire and further discussion of the NSA data mining of our online activity and phone conversations. Remember: Watch What You Say!/Watch What You Write!
Our featured guest is David Swanson. He blogs at http://davidswanson.org and http://warisacrime.org and works for http://rootsaction.org. He hosts Talk Nation Radio. Follow him on Twitter: @davidcnswanson and FaceBook.
Our music today, english folk rock band Mumford & Sons. The band consists of Marcus Mumford (lead vocals, guitar, drums, mandolin), Ben Lovett (vocals, keyboards, accordion, drums), Winston Marshall (vocals, banjo, guitar, resonator guitar), and Ted Dwane (vocals, string bass, drums, guitar).
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 06/10/2013 - 9:05pm
TUESDAY JUNE 11; 1-3:00PM EDT. join us on air or online at wusb.fm. our program will feature discussion of the NSA data mining of all of our online activity and phone conversations. We will hear from yet another brave whistleblower Edward Snowden. We will discuss the slippery slope of the surveillance state that we live in today. watch what you say!
Our featured guest is Dave Lindorff, author and journalist. Dave is the founder of This Cant Be Happening dot 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:
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 06/03/2013 - 8:48pm
Tomorrow, tuesday, june 4 - 1-3:00PM EDT - on air and online. Our program will feature the discussion of the inter relationship between world peace and peace of mind.
Our featured guest is Mark Setton. Mark Setton, D.Phil., has studied and published works on East Asian philosophy for the past 30 years. He earned his B.A. and M.A. at Sungkyunkwan University, the only Confucian university in Asia. He has taught here at Stony Brook University, the University of California at Berkeley, and Oxford University, where he earned his doctorate. He is presently teaching East Asian philosophy and world religions, as well as his favorite course “Perspectives on Happiness,” at the University of Bridgeport.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 05/27/2013 - 7:41pm
TUESDAY MAY 28 - 1:00-3:00PM EDT. live on air and online at www. wusb.fm. our program will feature the White House/CIA drone program. we will learn a great deal from our brave activists trying to slap some sense into our culture about this pandora’s box that has been opened.
Our featured guest is Elliott Adams. Elliot is past national President of Veterans For Peace, was a paratrooper in the infantry serving in Viet Nam, Japan, Korea, and Alaska. He has served his local community in a variety of capacities such as: President of the School Board, Mayor, Committee Chair of BSA Explorer Post 17, President of Rotary, Chamber of Commerce, and Master of the Masonic Lodge.
Elliott left politics to become an activist. Attending untold numbers of demonstrations, working at many levels, from stapling signs to, doing logistics and, organizing work for United For Peace and Justice, War Resisters League, School Of Americas Watch, Peace Has No Borders, Veterans For Peace and many other organizations, at events across the country.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 05/20/2013 - 10:25pm
Tuesday May 21 - 1-2:30PM EDT. our program will focus on “the scandals” and other topics related to the Obama Administration and the 8-year time-wasting, all out effort to ensure his failure. We will also launch our own critique of Obama, specifically his drone program – next week we will exclusively focus on this.
Our featured guest is LINN WASHINGTON. Linn is a columnist for The Philadelphia Tribune newspaper; a freelance journalist for THISCANTBEHAPPENING.NET and other publications nationwide. Linn writes extensively on matters involving the criminal justice system, racism and other topics. We will discuss a variety of issues ranging from a post-election look at race and gender to Obama judicial appointees and other topics. Linn is also an Assistant Professor of Journalism at Temple University in Philadelphia.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 05/13/2013 - 7:59pm
Our program tuesday May 14; 1-2:30PM ... will again focus on torture both international and domestic, sanctioned and carried out in our name by government of the United States of America and it’s contracted entities. My guest and I will explore the impact of 13+ years of torture on our culture and moral compass. We will also speak to the same culture condoning increasingly harsh punishment of domestic prisoners.
Our featured guest is John Davenport. John is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University in New York City. He teaches and writes on ethics and political philosophy (including human rights, democratic theory and global governance), moral psychology and agency, existentialism, and philosophy of religion. He regularly teaches courses on theories of rights, environmental problems, and social justice. His recent articles include "Just War, Human Rights, and A Federation of Democracies" (Journal of Religious Ethics, 2011), “A Global Federalist Paper” (Journal of Value Inquiry 42, 2008), and several essays on free will, norms, and autonomy.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 05/06/2013 - 8:19pm
Join us Tuesday May 7; on air and online 1-2:30PM. This program will explore torture, both international and domestic, sanctioned and carried out in our name by the government of the United States of America and it’s contracted entities. This wont be pretty. We will focus on both post-9/11 detainees and solitary confinement in our vast prison system.
Our featured guests are Laura Bownton and Matt Hawthorne from The National Religious Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT).
Laura serves as NRCAT’s Director of U.S. Prisons Policy & Programs. She works primarily on the use of solitary confinement in U.S. prisons. Before joining NRCAT, she served as National Organizer for the General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church, building networks among communities of faith engaged in the promotion of restorative justice and alternatives to incarceration. She holds a M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary and is a Certified Candidate for ordination in the Baltimore-Washington Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 04/29/2013 - 8:35pm
TOMORROW TUESDAY APRIL 30 - 1-2:30PM on-air and online at WUSB.FM. This program will explore the story that got buried under the 24/7 coverage of the Boston bombing, the fertilizer plant explosion in the little town of West, TX.
Our featured guest is Francis Hamit. Hamit is an author and playwright who once 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.”
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 04/22/2013 - 7:38pm
Our featured guest is Paul Gallay. Paul is the President of Riverkeeper, a member-supported watchdog organization dedicated to defending the Hudson River and its tributaries and protecting the drinking water supply of nine million New York City and Hudson Valley residents. Paul Gallay is an attorney, educator and non-profit executive working to protect community character and improve environmental sustainability. After a brief stint in private law practice, Paul served for a dozen years in the New York State Attorney General’s Environmental Protection Bureau and at the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, helping to close Fresh Kills landfill, raise standards at NYC wastewater treatment plants and bring hundreds of corporate and government polluters to justice.
And … our Senior Florida Correspondent STEVEN WIEHE will check in from West Palm to give us his take on current events ... Boston first and foremost.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 04/01/2013 - 8:30pm
TOMORROW, TUESDAY 4/2; 1-2:30PM. This program will take a closer look at the nuclear disaster in Japan – Fukushima. This one is not for the faint of heart. this is well beyond “brokenness” as we usually frame it.
Our featured guest is Cecile Pineda. Cecile Pineda has been an anti-war activist from early life. More than ever, she has turned her attention to issues affecting the sustainability of the planet. Her novels have been critically acclaimed, with Face winning the Commonwealth Club of California Gold Medal—a record for first fiction, the Sue Kaufman Prize, and a National Book Award Nomination. Her picaresque novel, The Love Queen of the Amazon, written with a NEA Fiction Fellowship was named a Notable Book of the Year by The New York Times. All her published work is available from Wingspress.com in book and e-book format. Devil’s Tango is Pineda’s anguished search for a way to come to grips with the catastrophic consequences of the disaster still unfolding at Fukushima Daiichi.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 03/25/2013 - 8:27pm
This program will conclude our two-week look at those that pose a very real threat within the USA. Specifically hate and extremist groups that are armed and dangerous and intent upon mayhem. While they may call themselves “Patriots” even, we categorize them as domestic terrorists.
Our featured guest is Mark Potok, Senior Fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center, Montgomery, AL. Mark is one of the country’s leading experts on the world of extremism and serves as the editor-in-chief of the SPLC’s award-winning, quarterly journal, the Intelligence Report, its Hatewatch blog, and its investigative reports. http://www.splcenter.org/who-we-are/staff/mark-potok
AND … a very special guest, from a very special group of community and university volunteers here at WUSB, will join us … MRS. CHESTER!