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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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On December 17 our guest was Angel Morrero of Earth Tribe Trust. Picking up the theme of our last show on a worker-centered economy we discussed how they are putting this into action at a local level in rural Zambia and Kentucky. We... more

On SFPI Radio Saturday, December 3 our guest was Tyrone Givens, spokesperson for the Occupation Party of... more

On Saturday, November 19 SFPI Radio hosted Jorden Leonard of Oregon's Pacific Green Party. We discussed how the Occupy movement can be a key to abolishing corporate personhood. Jorden is a young political activist who... more

On Saturday, November 12 our guest on SFPI Radio was Aldous Tyler, who is challenging President Obama for the Democratic nomination in 2012. Aldous is a 99er like you and me, but this run is more than symbolic. He is on the ballot in... more

On October 29 we hosted guest Marguerita Dentino of Casa Freehold in New Jersey: http://casafreehold.org/ Casa Freehold was established to help Hispanic workers to integrate into US society and to assure them of their rights as... more

On October 21 talked with long time human rights advocate Tracy Phillips, a member of the Executive Board of Take Back America for the People who is active in a number of other groups. We continued our discussion of how to... more

On October 15 SFPI Radio hosted guest Jeffrey Dhywood, author of WW-D: The case against prohibitionism, A Road to Legalization. More than an expose of the international drug war, it traces the history and the consequences of... more

Today we talked with Rich Forer, author of Breakthrough: Transforming Fear Into Compassion, A New Perspective on the Israel-Palestine conflict. If you are one of the 99 percenters who believe that peace in the Mideast is impossible, you... more

On October 1 we discussed how to build a steady-state economy to replace the tattered globalized one. Our guest was Rob Dietz, Executive Director of the Center for the Advancement of a Steady-State Economy (CASSE). More... more

On Saturday September 17 we discussed how to build a grassroots movement by working locally to promote local, state, national and international causes. 25-year human rights activist Tracy Phillips was our featured guest. The... more