Nov
24

KCAA Interview with Dr. Binoy Kampmark

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Nov
22

KCAA Radio Sunday Nov 24 – Dr. Binoy Kampmark – WikiLeaks

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Nov
21

KCAA Sun Nov 24 – Dr. Binoy Kampmark – The Illusions of Technology

 

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Floating Twitter and Fleeting Tweets: The Illusions of Technology

By Binoy Kampmark

“This is the story of the next half-century as we effectively become cyborgs” – Joshua Foer [1]

It says much that one of the great technological achievements of the last 20 years is a creation emphasizing the writing of 140 characters: the tailored, high-speed medium of communication that has effectively created a virtual community, with a set of virtual ethics and codes of misconduct.  [READ MORE...]

Nov
17

Taki S. Raton – Why The Civil Rights Movement Has Failed Blacks

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Nov
15

Sunday Nov 17th KCAA Radio Show Guest Taki S. Raton

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KCAA Radio Presents Co-Hosts 

Roseanne Barr and Kathleen Wells Sunday November 10, 2013

 2:00pm Eastern   11:00am Pacific  9:00am Hawaii

with Guest

Taki S. Raton

Topic – Why The Civil Rights Movement has Failed Blacks

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Nov
11

KCAA Sunday November 10 Healthcare in America

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Guests

Dr. Phillip Caper and Wendell Potter

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Nov
08

KCAA Sunday November 10th Healthcare in America

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KCAA Radio Presents Co-Hosts 

Roseanne Barr and Kathleen Wells Sunday November 10, 2013

 2:00pm Eastern   11:00am Pacific  9:00am Hawaii

with Guests

Dr. Phillip Caper and Wendell Potter

Topic Healthcare in America

 

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Nov
07

Guest Wendell Potter Joins Us on Sunday Healthcare in America

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“As one former insurance executive testified before Congress, insurance companies are not only encouraged to find reasons to drop the seriously ill; they are rewarded for it. All of this is in service of meeting what this former executive called, ‘Wall Street’s relentless profit expectations.’” — President Barack Obama, Remarks to Joint Session of Congress, September 9, 2009

Following a 20-year career as a corporate public relations executive, Wendell left his position as head of communications for CIGNA, one of the nation’s largest health insurers, to help socially responsible organizations — including those advocating for meaningful health care reform — achieve their goals.  [READ MORE...]