March 17, 2011 – Hour 1

It’s been a big week in international and national news.  So many events have captured the attention of our country, from the earthquake and resulting nuclear crisis in Japan, to ongoing turmoil in Libya and Bahrain, to budget cuts at home, and workers struggling to organize.  Today on the show we take a look at how all of these stories offer an opportunity to challenge and define American identity.  Joining us to discuss the foreign and domestic policy choices facing America are:
Kevin Zeese, director of the Campaign for Fresh Air and Clean Politics

Craig Chalquist, faculty member in the Department of Consciousness & Transformative Studies at John F. Kennedy University and adjunct research and psychology instructor for the California Institute of Integral Studies

Rev. Mother Meredith Moise, activist, teacher, writer, and public educator, and an ordained Old Catholic priest in the North American Old Catholic Church