We spend the hour with writer, organizer and filmmaker, Andrés Thomas Conteris, talking to us from Guatemala.

Today we spend the hour with author, organizer, Fifth Estate contributor, and convicted felon, Ann Hansen.

If the Portland Police decide they need to start killing protesters, the mayor has just justified it in advance.

We spend the hour with Dr. Graciela Monteagudo, lecturer in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Massachusetts, talking about contemporary politics and social movements in Argentina and the US.

My favorite festival in the Arctic, but not... The online version of this wonderful festival on the island of Karlsøy in Norway is ongoing from August 4-10 at www.karlsoyfestivalen.no.

We spend the hour with author, organizer, and artist from Berkeley, California, David Solnit.

Today's guest is Ben Olson, musician, poet, and regular contributor to the Fifth Estate, currently living in New York City and working on getting a graduate degree in Philosophy at the New School.

I spend the hour with long-time professor of political economy, Terry Flynn, mostly trying to understand the nature of the precipice we're standing on in the US at the moment.

Our landlord doesn't read my letters, as far as we know, but it feels like it's only fair to write a letter each month, if we're not going to be paying the rent.

Fra interviewed me for a piece he's working on, and I recorded the interview, so I thought I'd share it. I think I was fairly coherent, if I don't say so myself.

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