This week on Nature Bats Last on the Progressive Radio Network Michael J. Sliwa spends the hour speaking with Forrest Palmer, one of the voices behind our Breaking Hopium segment. They cover a wide variety of topics including; resource scarcity, climate change, the global north vs. the global south, distance running, and of course Forrest's prolific Facebook posts as well as his work on our show.
This week’s version of Nature Bats Last on the Progressive Radio Network brings news and analysis about the American torture program. Michael J. Sliwa and I interview Albert Bates, lawyer, author, teacher, and resident of The Farm eco-community for more than 40 years. We wrap with a brief update about climate change.
Mike Sliwa and I interview Paul Beckwith about his recent trip to Lima, Peru for COP20. Breaking Hopium is offered by Cory Morningstar.
Tonight's edition of Nature Bats Last on the Progressive Radio Network covers NTHE in the mainstream media, the shenanigans of the NSA, rising food prices and there connection to societal unrest, our interview with renowned independent journalist Dahr Jamail and another climate update.
This week's show touches upon news beyond the mainstream, systemic white supremacy in the new millennium,our most-recent Doomer of the week, and of course the climate update and summary. The bulk of the show focuses on Mike and Guy's recent travels and our perceptions based on our decidedly counter-cultural lenses.