This Saturday's live broadcast begins at 9 AM (central), on WNUR 89.3 FM Evanston/Chicago. We will also be broadcast live online via WNUR's web site (http://www.wnur.org) under the heading, "Listen Online."
Our guests on Saturday's program include:
- live from Beijing, Jehangir Pocha returns to This is Hell to discuss his most recent piece in The Nation, "The Last 'Competitive Advantage": Letter From China."
- Sarah Posner is a freelance journalist who regularly writes for the American Prospect. Sarah’s book, "God's Profits: Faith, Fraud, and the Republican Crusade for Values Voters," will be published by PoliPoint Press next year. Her recent writing includes, "The Future of Anti-Gay Activism," "What
Falwell Never Learned," and "An Army of Christian Right Lawyers Is Waging War on the Constitution."
- David Baconis a California photojournalist who documents labor, migration and globalization. His book "Communities Without Borders" was just published by Cornell University/ILR Press. At truthout he has recently written "'Like Outlaws, Like Rustlers, Like Thieves'," and "Who Killed the immigration Bill, and Who Wants It to Come Back?," both on immigration. And he's also written on the Iraqi workers movement in "Iraq's Workers Strike to Keep Their Oil."
- Chris Toensing is editor of Middle East Report (http://www.merip.org)
and executive director of the Middle East Research and Information project. Chris returns to This is Hell to discuss the situation in Gaza. Chris has a Master's in Near Eastern Studies from Princeton and is an Arabic speaker who lived in Egypt for three years.
- Pauline Baker, president of the Fund for Peace, will discuss 'The Failed States Index 2007' which was compiled with the assistance of Foreign Policy. The Foreign Policy article on the third annual Index can be read by clicking here.