This program features an address by Thomas Linzey, Exec Director of Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF.org) on how we have gotten to the situation we find ourselves in and how using the regulatory system to escape that situation has failed. Why? Because the regulations were written by those who are supposed to be regulated. Tom goes on to address how English Common Law and the US Constitution have been used to establish the regulatory system and corporate power. And looks at the use of preemptive law to limit local democracy.
Host David Delk talks with Rev. Kate Lore, Social Justice Minister for the First Unitarian Church in Portland. The detrimental effects of the ever increasing economic and social inequalities in the United States today are expressed through Kate Lore's personal experiences as well as scientific studies. Thoughts on what we do to address these issues are presented.
Lin Weaver hosts Tim Townsend, a Davis Resident who has climbed every highest mountain in the United States.
Topics discussed: How Tim successfully climbed the highest peak of every mountain in the State of the Union, including Denali's Mount McKinley. Tim also talks about his mountaineering technique, passion and future endeavors . Photos will be shown during the interview.
Nora talks with local filmmaker Blake Lyon and welcomes co-host Chris Garrison to the show. There is also a rare exclusive special guest appearance by Oscar contender Dylan McElligott, who reviews Rust Within Olympus.
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