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Shows featuring Kot Hordynski

  • As Pentagon Prepares to Shut Down TALON Spying Database, Antiwar Students Group Talks About Being Listed as "Credible Threat" Hordynskiweb
    The Pentagon is preparing to shut down its controversial domestic spying database later this month. The database, named TALON, includes scores of reports on nonviolent demonstrations and antiwar rallies. We speak with Kot Hordynski a member of Students Against War that was a TALON surveillance target. [includes rush transcript]
    September 06, 2007 | Story
  • TOXIC WASTE AND FERTILIZER
    Several years ago, farmers in the Central Washington town of Quincy began to wonder why their wheat yields were declining, their corn crops thin and their cows sickly. After painstaking investigation, a group of farmers started to suspect their fertilizer and, more specifically, what was in it.
    July 10, 1997 | Story