Archive for October, 2011

Free Press Reporter Tom Over From Washington DC Protests Podcast

Posted by Webmaster/Moderator on October 27th, 2011

Bob Fitrakis “Fight Back”: Free Press reporter Tom Over from Washington DC protests Listen and call in this Wednesday October 26 7 – 8 PM Call 877-932-9766 ************************* Here’s how to call in to the LIVE INTERNET radio show: (on your computer – not on your broadcast radio dial) On Wednesday nights at 7:00 pm […]

Halloween at the Haunted Hanna House – a Free Press Party

Posted by Webmaster/Moderator on October 20th, 2011

Halloween at the Haunted Hanna House – a Free Press Party

Bob Fitrakis On “Fight Back”: David Cobb Talking About Corporate Personhood

Posted by Webmaster/Moderator on October 19th, 2011

Bob Fitrakis on “Fight Back”: David Cobb talking about corporate personhood
Cobb is a former Green Party Presidential candidate and emphasized efforts to limit excessive corporate power. David Cobb will be in Columbus on Saturday October 22 speaking on “Corporations are not Persons and Money is not Speech.” It will be issues of citizen rights to corporations and Citizens United.

Free Press FREE Movie:
Dirty Business: “Clean Coal” And The Battle for Our Energy Future
Tuesday, October 25 • 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Drexel Theater, 2254 E. Main St., Bexley

Fight Back Guest Ben Carnes, Native American Activist

Posted by Webmaster/Moderator on October 10th, 2011

Bob Fitrakis’ “Fight Back”: Guest Ben Carnes, Native American activist
Bob and Ben will discuss Columbus Day and its implications for the Native communities of our country. Ben Carnes is a Choctaw activist and writer who received the 1987 Oklahoma Human Rights Award for making a stand against forced hair-cutting policies while incarcerated. After his parole in August 1988, he has been involved in organizing events and demonstrations on behalf of Native people and Native prisoners, including Leonard Peltier. His experiences have led to being asked to testify before congressional committees, and speak at numerous universities, public forums and events.

Fight Back Oct. 4, 2011 – First English Church 100th Anniversary

Posted by Webmaster/Moderator on October 7th, 2011

Bob and Connie interview Pastor Bob Ward about the 100-year-old church and its anniversary celebration and the social justice issues address by the church’s community outreach programs on East Main Street.

Fight Back Interviews Mike Ferner of Veterans For Peace

Posted by Webmaster/Moderator on October 3rd, 2011

Fight Back Interviews Mike Ferner of Veterans For Peace Oct. 5, 2011

If our society is a beast, it’s belly is the prison system. Where things digest, where they are broken down so their value can be extracted. This is where things are made to rot. This new work from Insurgent Theatre seeks to manifest imprisonment on stage, overlays it with critical analysis of the system, and follows up with in-depth discussion about abolishing prisons in America. Created in workshop by Weslie Coleman, Kate Pleuss, and Ben Turk, with assistance from Harmony Bench and Rebecca Riley. Touring the US in 2011. Raising funds for RedBird Prison Abolition. Supporting prisoners in Ohio. This show contains nudity, violence and other sad realities of the US prison system.

Bob Fitrakis October 2, 2011 The late Herbert Marcuse, author of One Dimensional Man, and Noam Chomsky, America’s most cited scholar, both have pointed out the advantage of controlling news through private corporate conglomerates. In 1947, in his seminal book Inside USA, John Gunther called the Wolfe family of Columbus perhaps America’s most ruthless media […]


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