News and Public Affairs 11-8-2021

By |2021-11-08T11:07:49-05:00November 8th, 2021|Blog, Weekly Guests|Comments Off on News and Public Affairs 11-8-2021

Counterpoint with Scott Harris

1) Reynard Loki, Editor/Chief Correspondent with Earth/ Food/ Life at the Independent Media Institute talks about his recent article, “COP26: Will Humanity’s ‘Last and Best Chance’ to Save Earth’s Climate Succeed?” and will review developments at the UN’s Glasgow Climate Summit.

2) Joseph Geevarghese, Executive Director of Our Revolution, assesses the results of the November 2nd off-year election for progressive candidates, and his group’s future strategy to strengthen progressive representation in Congress in view of the destructive role played by a small number of corporate Democrats during negotiations over Joe Biden’s human infrastructure bill.

3) Howie Klein, a progressive blogger/activist and music producer, record label founder, record label executive, best known for his role as President of Reprise Records from 1989 to 2001. Howie discusses his recent article, “The Rush To Stop A Progressive Agenda Is Not Just About Republicans — Not At All,” as well as last week’s off-year election results.

4) Climate activist Julie Macuga talks about the No Coal No Gas campaign to shut down the last remaining coal-fired power plant in New England at Merrimack Station in Bow, New Hampshire — by calling out the owners of the plant: Castleton Commodities International, LLC of Stamford, CT, and Atlas Holdings of Greenwich, CT.

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