In-Depth Perception explores current events and controversies through diverse opinion, discussion and debate from your host, Lisa Bracken, guests and callers.
Discover deeper connections through the opening segment “Telling Convergence” – where timely events in the news converge to reveal latent and actionable insight about ourselves and our world.
Mid-way through the show, you’ll meet an everyday mover, shaker and community shaper, bringing their own unique perspective and plan of action to the challenge of the day and contemplation of the moment.
Today’s program discusses the convergence of 1) a proposed federal law allowing indefinite internment of 'suspected terrorists', including US citizens, without benefit of charge or other Constitutional due process provisions; and, 2) US citizens classified by the Pennsylvania Department of Homeland Security as "subversive" for producing a documentary exposing the known environmental and human health risks of the extremely controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing.
Today, those film-makers, Jeff and Jodi Andrysick, discuss implications of corporate influence over civil liberties guaranteed by the US Constitution.
Please visit www.indepthperception.wordpress.com for more on today's program.
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