Law and Disorder

Law and Disorder is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government.

This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state. Four of the top progressive attorneys and activists host the program and bring an amazing, diverse line up of guests from grassroots activists to politically mindful authors. Most importantly, Law and Disorder brings access to attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases. Law and Disorder will sometimes be the generator of news within the radio echo-chamber throughout the country.

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September 26, 2023 National, News & Public Affairs

Assange: Journalism Is Not A Crime and UAW Organized Labor Strike 2023

Assange: Journalism Is Not A Crime
Julian Assange is the greatest journalist of our time. By publishing the truth about secret government surveillance of American citizens and American war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan and other places the American government and the CIA have plotted to kidnap and kill him. They have had him imprisoned in torturous solitary in the notorious Belmarsh prison in London for four years. The rule of law is crashing in our country. What is being done to Julian Assange is being done in the name of the law. Guest - Craig Murray has written the most penetrating and eloquent accounts of Julian Assanges predicament.

UAW Organized Labor Strike 2023
Its no secret that the size and strength of the union movement is not, today, what it has been in the past. Where once more than 30% of the U.S. private workforce was unionized, today its only about 5 or 6 percent, with another 33% of workers in unionized government jobs. Harsh, pro-employer labor laws are a big reason for the decline in unionized jobs, as is the change in the percentage of manufacturing jobs in the U.S. But in the last few years, despite the harsh laws governing union organizing, weve witnessed a surge in militant and successful strikes by workers. Guest Dianne Feeley, a 60s radical who started off working with the Catholic Worker movement in New York City, could not be a better person to help us understand the UAW strike, and the increased militancy of workers and union actions across the United States, in general.

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