Sep 28, 2021
Topics: R. Kelly gets life; Germany turns a little to the Left;
Biden gets a much needed boost; Washington Post's Jennifer
Rubin is a pathological liar; Bill Maher is stupid
Guests With Time Codes:
(9:55) David Does The News
(1:03:15) Dave Sirus (SNL, Fox's Let's Be Real, and King of Staten Island)
(1:35:54) Bryan Osorio (current Mayor of the City of Delano, California and candidate for US Congress, CA-21) As a council member and mayor, Bryan has championed immigrant rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and working-class Delano residents. Bryan introduced the resolution declaring Delano the only city in Kern County as a sanctuary city. He has opposed data-sharing technology that would have put undocumented immigrants at risk of having their information collected. During the pandemic, also pushed for an eviction moratorium, making Delano one of the only cities in the Central Valley to do so.
(1:59:48) Howie Klein founder and Treasurer of The Blue America PAC, author of Down With Tyranny
(2:32:57) David Cobb (environmental activist and Green Party Presidential candidate)
(2:54:44) Dr. Harriet Fraad (host of "Capitalism Hits Home")
(3:29:27) Professor Adnan Husain ("Guerrilla History" and "The Majlis" podcasts) with Brad Edmondson (author of "A Wild Idea: How the Environmental Movement Tamed the Adirondacks") "A Wild Idea" shares the complete story of the difficult birth of the Adirondack Park Agency (APA). The Adirondack region of New York's rural North Country forms the nation's largest State Park, with a territory as large as Vermont. Planning experts view the APA as a triumph of sustainability that balances human activity with the preservation of wild ecosystems. The truth isn't as pretty. The story of the APA, told here for the first time, is a complex, troubled tale of political dueling and communities pushed to the brink of violence.
(4:08:20) Peter B. Collins, Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame
(4:41:31) Professor Mary Anne Cummings (physicist and parks commissioner Aurora, Illinois)