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Sheila Kuehl - running for Los Angeles supervisor.  in charge of a 24 billion dollar budget - greater than the entire state budget of most of all 50 states.
SheilaKuehl served for eight years in the California State Senate and six years in the State Assembly. During that time, She represented over a million people on the westside of Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley in a district that Sheila_Kuehl_Bio

ran from the ocean to Hollywood and Westlake Village to Universal City. In 2008, she left the legislature under California’s term limits statute. During that time, she passed single-payer healthcare twice  both times unfortunately vetoed by governor schwartzenegger.    Also, she was the first-in-history openly gay or lesbian member of the California legislature, a groundbreaking pioneer woman (no covered wagons, though :)   



Guest 2:  
 "Biological Weapons Expert Believes Ebola Purposely Created in Biowarfare Lab"
Professor Francis Boyle- board of directors for Amnesty International, represented Bosnia- Herzegovina in the World Court – is a double Harvard Phd Magna Cum Laude, and author of the bestselling book Biowarfare and Terrorism 

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BRUCE KAUFMAN
constitutional scholar to discuss the real intent of founding father, James Madison!  
Plus, a segment on Bewitched with Adam-Michael James.
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MERYL NASS, M.D. - Dr. Nass writes at the Anthrax Vaccine blog. Her recent pieces include: "Drilling Down Into the Facts Regarding Airborne Spread of Ebola" and "U.S. Ebola: [United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention head] Frieden Said Every Hospital Was Ready. He is Wrong." 

Then, Mileece Ptere - SONIFEROUS
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Fred Mariscal - openly gay, immigrant, Los Angeles city Council candidate. 
Fred is running fro council district 4. The current Council Member from CD 4 is Tom Labonge.   CD 4 include the neighborhoods of : Los Feliz, Larchmont Village, Sherman Oaks, Griffith Park, and Hancock park.

"Best in Drag" show -  co-founder and host Patrick Rush and director Jeffrey Drew. 

The 12th annual Best in Drag Show® will be held on October 5, 2014 at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles. 

 
Best In Drag Show® – the outrageous and long-running annual fundraiser for Aid for AIDS– will have two-time Emmy Award winning comedienne Kathy Griffin will headline this year’s event for her 11thtime. Following her opening monologue, Griffin will join the celebrity judge panel, alongside the previously announced Academy Award nominee Melanie Griffith, Emmy Award winner Holland Taylor, Emmy Award nominee Dot Jones, and Kathy Kinney and Mary Louise Parker.
 
"Cedric" seeking gay asylum from Cameroon, Africa.  Exclusive 
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ANNE PETERMANN

 Executive director of the Global Justice Ecology Project, which just released the report "Green Shock Doctrine" and runs the climate-connections.org blog, Peterman said today: "Yesterday's march brought together a diverse mix of constituencies from anti-capitalists to Indigenous Peoples to representatives from communities impacted by climate change both in the U.S. and around the world. Each had their own set of demands, but the overarching theme was the need to build power from the grassroots and stop relying on governments and the UN to do this for us. Today hundreds to possibly a few thousand of these folks will be taking part in the Flood Wall Street direct action to bring attention to the real culprits of climate change, and to expose the corporate capture of the UN."

    Peterman recently wrote the piece: "Confronting Climate Catastrophe: Direct Action is the Antidote for Despair: Or, Why the UN is Worse than Useless and we need to Flood Wall Street!

BRUCE KAUFMAN
constitutional scholar to make clear all the anecdotal nonsensethat is being paddled as the founding fathers actual wishes today. 
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Guest 1: David Bacon is author of The Right to Stay Home and three other books on immigration. He is a labor and immigrant rights activist, and part of the DignityCampaign.org. He said today: "President Obama's decision to delay lifting the threat of deportation from many people is a retreat that will result in more deportations, detentions and firings of people who need equality, legal status and human rights. 


In the name of protecting Democrats in the midterm election, his decision will instead hurt those families who have been some of his greatest supporters. It does nothing to move forward to solve the problems of migration. More people will come to the U.S. tomorrow, driven by poverty and repression, made worse by our pro-corporate trade agreements and foreign intervention. Beefing up enforcement simply criminalizes them, while the continuation of pro-business guest worker programs provides a blatant subsidy for corporations who want to keep wages down and unions weak. We need pro-immigrant and pro-worker immigration reform, not more delays, draconian enforcement and corporate labor schemes.”   

Guest 2: Dr. Helen Caldicott - the Mother of the Anti-Nuclear movement and Author of multiple books.  The Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown disaster “is not over and will never end,” warns Dr. Helen Caldicott, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and holder of 21 honorary doctorate degrees.  “Radioactive fallout which remains toxic for hundreds to thousands of years covers large areas of Japan and will never be ‘cleaned up,'” asserts Dr. Caldicott, a medical doctor who has been showered with honors and awards for her long-time campaign against the dangers of nuclear power production and nuclear war.    

Guest 3:  Judith Vary Baker - after 50 years, the girlfriend of Kennedy Assassin, Lee Harver Oswald, comes out of hiding.   She tells alls in this brief interview.
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Michael Shank is the associate director for legislative affairs at the Friends Committee on National Legislation. He just co-wrote the New York Times op-ed "Get the Military Off of Main Street," which states: "Ferguson, Mo. has become a virtual war zone. In the wake of the shooting of an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown, outsize armored vehicles have lined streets and tear gas has filled the air. Officers dressed in camouflage uniforms from Ferguson’s 53-person police force have pointed M-16s at the very citizens they are sworn to protect and serve.


Courtney Radsch is advocacy director at the Committee to Protect Journalists, where she is leading the Right to Report in the Digital Age campaign aimed at ending surveillance and harassment of journalists. She said today: “The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on the United States Department of Justice to withdraw a subpoena seeking to force journalist James Risen to give testimony that would reveal a confidential source and uphold the administration’s professed commitment to press freedom.”    Risen is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner. He won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting in 2006 for his stories about Pres. George W. Bush's warrantless wiretapping program. He was also a member of the New York Times reporting team that won the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting for coverage of 9/11 and terrorism.

Norman Solomon has coordinated the petition campaign “We Support James Risen Because We Support a Free Press,” which presented the petition with 100,000 signers to the Justice Department on August 14. He said today: “With press freedom at stake, the extreme contrast between the Obama administration’s fine words and corrosive actions has become too flagrant and damaging to ignore. The First Amendment and the informed consent of the governed cannot function when the government is using surveillance and legal threats to inculcate fear and foster intimidation. It’s no longer just a matter of a chilling effect. The administration has systematically moved to freeze a basic necessity for a free press -- the confidentiality of sources.”       

Addressed to President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder, the petition states: “Your effort to compel New York Times reporter James Risen to reveal his sources is an assault on freedom of the press. Without confidentiality, journalism would be reduced to official stories -- a situation antithetical to the First Amendment. We urge you in the strongest terms to halt all legal action against Mr. Risen and to safeguard the freedom of journalists to maintain the confidentiality of their sources.”      

Solomon is co-founder of RootsAction.org and executive director of the Institute for Public Accuracy.
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Antonia Juhasz is an oil industry analyst and investigative journalist who has written extensively on oil and the war in Iraq in two books, The Bush Agenda and The Tyranny of Oil, including “Why the Iraq War Was Fought for Big Oil,” on CNN.com.Antonia Juhasz is an oil industry analyst and investigative journalist who has written extensively on oil and the war in Iraq in two books, The Bush Agenda and The Tyranny of Oil, including “Why the Iraq War Was Fought for Big Oil,” on CNN.com.


Vernellia Randall is Emeritus professor of law at the University of Dayton, Randall's writings are at her website: racism.org.

Jim Loewen taught race relations for twenty years at the University of Vermont. He is the author of Sundown Towns: A Hidden Dimension of American Racism in which he describes "Sundown Towns" as predominantly white communities in which people of color are not welcome. They are described as such because some of them posted signs at their city limits reading, typically, "Nigger, Don't Let The Sun Go Down On You In ___." He is also the author of Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your High School History Textbook Got Wrong and Lies Across America: What Our Historic Sites Get Wrong. 
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Today's guest will be Neal Baer, executive producer CBS's the Dome.

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NY television legal commentator and news decoder. Ex prosecutor, author, standup and spoken word monster Lionelmedia. The second guest will be Paul Martin; who is a Policy and Political Director of of the Unites State’s largest peace organization, Peace Action.  Martin is also a Nuclear Weapons Expert in Hiroshima & Nagasaki.

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