Join George, Sue, and special guest sound engineer Janra as they continue the discussion on corporate ethics as it pertains to social equality.
Month: December 2014
Civil Politics (12/19/14): Cuba and Ethics and Tech Trouble, Oh My!
The discussion starts with the recent diplomatic shift with Cuba, unfortunately runs into some broadcast trouble, but bravely continues on to discuss corporate ethics.
Civil Politics (12/12/14): A Painful Truth
Our panel discusses the release of the Senate Torture Report. An interesting, if not depressing, conversation about our treatment of others over the last decade.
As Heard On Civil Politics (12/19/2014)
Congress Reduces Terrorism Insurance – http://goo.gl/am8wTX
New England Compounding Center Arrests – http://goo.gl/ToxklG
Peanut Corp of America Murder Conviction – http://goo.gl/W0Sl4x
The Tappan Zee Bridge History (Planet Money) – http://goo.gl/Xza5cy
As Heard on Civil Politics (12/12/14)
John McCain’s Full Speech: http://goo.gl/UxYTMu
The Geneva Convention: http://goo.gl/w1uVxA
One of the psychologists who devised the torture program speaks out: http://goo.gl/w20adU
NYT Editorial by ACLU Executive Director: http://goo.gl/6IUA1P
Civil Politics (12/05/14): The Failure and Force of Law
Our panel discusses police over use of force, the current reality of immigration, and the scourge of poverty
As Heard On Civil Politics (12/5/14)
Officer Who Killed Tamir Rice Found Unfit in Previous Police Job: http://goo.gl/TVe9oD
Full Discussion with, PBS Newshour with Hari Sreenvasan, 11/14/14: http://goo.gl/5Xx9bf
Definition of a Presidential Action vs Order: Presidents define situations or conditions on situations that become legal or economic truth. These orders carry the same force of law as executive orders — the difference between the two is that executive orders are aimed at those inside government while proclamations are aimed at those outside government.
Wal-Mart’s employees on welfare: http://goo.gl/QDDjph
Civil Politics (11/28/14): Ferguson, MO
Our panel discusses the Ferguson grand jury decision. The process, the outcome and what effects it may have going forward.