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An international talk show discussing the ways in which the average citizen in all countries can fight to end war worldwide.

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Everyone understands that corporations are not people, but what does the term really mean? Jeff Clements explains it all in his book Corporations are not People: Reclaiming Democracy from Big Money and Global Corporations, a soon to come out revised edition of his orgininal guide to overturn Citizens United. It will have even more detailed instructions on how we are going to pass a constitutional amendment to overrule the Supreme Court's doctrine that corporations have constitutional rights. You can hear about them here first. The implications of corporate personhood go far beyond campaign finance. In fact, Supreme Court decisions on campaign finance do not depend on corporate personhood. They are based on a nebulous concept that "listeners" (human beings) have a right to hear whatever propaganda "speakers" (including corporations) can afford to spew on public airways and other venues. The overarching result of corporate constitutional rights are that corporations have found a way to evade regulation, courtesy of an activist Supreme Court. This threatens public health, workers rights, the environment, the economy and the sovereignty of state and local governments. In this show, we will discuss the legal and political issues involved in passing an appropriate amendment, along with strategies for overcoming the obstacles they present. This show was rebroadcast on August 9 at 9 AM PST/ 12 PM EST on the Star Com Radio network. Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to explain to the American public the true costs of corporate control of the US government.
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If you think democracy in China is an impossible dream, please listen to this episode of SFPI Radio, in which we discussed factors converging toward democracy in a nation that has essentially never known it. Listeners who want... more

On April 21 our guest was Bob Whitaker, author of Mad in America and Anatomy of an Epidemic. Bob has made a career out of investigating and exposing abuse and exploitation of psychiatric patients by psychiatrists and the pharmaceutical... more

On May 5, former CIA asset Susan Lindauer rejoined us on SFPI Radio to discuss how the US government is creating the infrastructure of a police state to silence resistance to a world government dominated by corporate interests. Prior... more

Due to technical difficulties in our April 21 show we had a special episode on Sunday April 29 to get it on before the Global Marijuana March taking place around the world on May 5. The show featuredJim Greig, disabled champion of... more

On April 28 our scheduled guest was Monique D'hooghe, Belgian Soldier For Peace and advocate for veterans and civilians affected by depleted uranium (DU) used in the Gulf War zone. Unfortunately she was a victim of apparently random... more

With the backlash against organized religion by the Left, it is imperative for Soldiers For Peace to understand the importance of the religious left. On April 28 we addressed this issue with pastor Paul Bern, a social justice advocate and... more

On April 7 our guest was Frank Erickson, MD, a Mad as Hell Doctor from rural Oregon. Frank has been a very active advocate for single payer health care as a fellow member of Physicians for a National Health Program and its Oregon... more

On March 31 our guest was Toni Bachdahl of Minnesota's Tea Party Patriots. Toni is a true patriot and fighter for justice in the US and the world. Please listen to this mind-bending conversation and share it with others. If you think that... more

On March 24 , on Nowruz ("New Day" in Persian), the Iranian New Year, a 5,000 year old celebration by hundreds of millions around the world, We resumed our conversation with Moji Agha we began on our Feb. 18 show. Moji is an... more

On Saturday, March 17 we discussed a model of business owned by the worker, where profits are used to provide a fair wage, build the business and provide benefits guaranteed by the Worker's Bill of Rights authored by our scheduled... more

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