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A Green Party activist hosts a twice-a-month show featuring progressive people making a difference.

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The Maryland GP just had a successful petition drive and is now in the process of becoming an official party. Does it indeed have ballot access now? Will discuss how this was accomplished and what the current status is of a truly progressive... more

Great Maryland peace activist Pat Elder will discuss his successes in stopping the ASVAB test in public schools. We will discuss how our youth is being militarized and how we can resist it.

What happened with the Green Party in 2010, and what issues are progressives focusing on in 2011? A leader of the Green Party of the U.S. will join me for an interesting conversation on progressive politics.

I will will be talking about resisting illegal and immoral government policies with Max Obuszewski with Baltimore Pledge of Resistance and the National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance. We will discuss the difference between... more

We will be discussing the dangers of natural gas extraction, and how communities can resist it. Pennsylvanian environmentalist and Green Party candidate Mel Packer will join us.

We will be reviewing the recent elections in a Green light, and talking about what's in store for the Green Party of The U.S. for the next couple years. Julia Willebrand, candidate for Comptroller of New York and former Co-President of... more

I will host a show about the struggle against Israeli government oppression of the Palestinian people. The guest will be Philip Farah, a Palestinian and steering committee member of Washington Interfaith Alliance for Middle East Peace.

Despite Pres. Obama's promises of greater transparency under his administration, the prosecution of government whistleblowers has increased. Jesselyn Radack with the Government Accountability Project, and a whistleblower herself,... more

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