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Dec 29, 2009

The December 29th, 2009 edition of Tell Somebody takes a look back at the year, actually going back to late 2008 with a post-election look at the Obama transition with author Paul Street and former CIA analyst Ray McGovern.  We also hear about Gaza from former resident Mohammed Atwa, then, as we are in the midst...


Dec 23, 2009

On this week's show, Legal Aid of Western Missouri is looking for cases in which renters are being evicted from foreclosed properties, and the Army general in command of US forces in northern Iraq says pregnancy could lead to court martial and jail time.

In the first segment, Gregg Lombardi, Executive Director...


Dec 15, 2009

The Supreme Court had been expected to have ruled already on a case that could overturn a century of election campaign precedent and solidify the faulty idea of "corporate personhood."  Citizens United vs Federal Election Commission started as a case examining the 'swiftboating' of Hilary Clinton during...


Dec 8, 2009

Last April on Tell Somebody, I talked with Curt Ellis, copoducer of a documentary film, King Corn, that aired on PBS' Independent Lens later the same night as my interview.  (I've posted the 2008 interview here: King Corn interview with Curt Ellis from 2008 )

Now, the King Corn crew have a new film out, called Big...


Dec 7, 2009

The December 8, 2009 edition of Tell Somebody features an interview with Curt Ellis, one of the filmmakers of Big River, a sequel to the Peabody award-winning documentary King Corn.  With that in mind, I'm posting the April 2008 interview I did with Curt Ellis about King Corn.   Right-click on the mp3...