Presentations made at the conference "The Military Industrial Complex at 50", held in Charlottesville, Virginia on September 16-18, 2011. Speakers include David Swanson, author of "War Is a Lie"; Lisa Savage of Bring Our War $$$ Home; Bruce Gagnon and Mary Beth Sullivan of the Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space; Robert Jensen, professor of journalism at the University of Texas; Paul K. Chappell, author of "Peaceful Revolution"; George Friday of the North Carolina Green Party; and Bruce Levine, a clinical psychologist.
Our guest is David Cobb, chief spokesperson for Move to Amend, advocating for a 28th Constitutional amendment which declares that corporations are not people and money is not speech. David explains why we need such an amendment and why it needs to say both, rather than just one of these provisions. David notes that if we don't do this, we will not have an actual functioning democratic republic.
John Garamendi (D) is 1 of 2 candidates running for Congressional 3rd District. Each candidate was invited to make a presentation in the DMA studio under identical conditions. Statements are up to 5 minutes in length, not edited, and presented here in alphabetical order.
Dan Logue (R) is 1 of 2 candidates running for Congressional 3rd District. Each candidate was invited to make a presentation in the DMA studio under identical conditions. Statements are up to 5 minutes in length, not edited, and presented here in alphabetical order.
Guest Jamie Partridge, a member of Portland Communities and Postal Workers United and a retired postal worker himself, discusses the efforts of the upper echelons of the US Postal Service to privatize the service and the efforts of communities impacted by such efforts united with postal officers to prevent that from happening.
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