Posts Tagged ‘Arrest’

Episode 156 with Anne Elizabeth Moore and Dennis Trainor, Jr.

Episode 156 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have artist and author Anne Elizabeth Moore back on the show to discuss her new book on Cambodia, Hip Hop Apsara.

We also have filmmaker Dennis Trainor, Jr. here to discuss his new documentary on Occupy Wall Street, American Autumn: An OccuDoc, and the special screenings of the film at Quad Cinemas in New York to benefit the Matthew Filipowicz Show.

We’ll also discuss Tar Sands Blockade activists being tased and pepper sprayed by Texas police, Bernie Sanders warning that Barack Obama wants to cut the social safety net in the lame duck session, and a new report finding that 100 million will die by 2030 due to climate change.

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09 2012

Episode 154 with Chris Faraone and Amanda Marcotte

Episode 154 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have Chris Faraone from the Boston Phoenix back on the show to discuss his arrest at the one year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, S17.

We also have Amanda Marcotte back on the show to discuss the problem of harassment and sexism that women continue to face online and in-person.

We’ll also discuss what the Chicago Teachers Union won and what progressives can learn from their victory.

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09 2012

Episode 152 with Jonathan Rosenbaum and Lee Camp

Episode 152 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have writer and labor lawyer Jonathan Rosenblum here to discuss how Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is having people arrested and ticketed for holding signs and singing protest songs and sending Capitol police to protester’s homes.

We also have comedian and satirist Lee Camp back on the show to discuss the one year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street and different progressive approaches to the 2012 election.

We’ll also discuss the embassy attacks and how a man who just died at Guantanamo Bay was cleared for release three years ago.

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09 2012

The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 140 with John Knefel and David Waldman

Episode 140 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have journalist and radio host John Knefel here to discuss how the NYPD most likely broke international law in suppressing the Occupy protests.

We also have David Waldman from Daily Kos and Kagro In The Morning back on the show to discuss Mitt Romney’s plan to raise taxes on the middle class.

We’ll also discuss Green Party Presidential nominee Jill Stein getting arrested while Occupying Fannie Mae, police claiming a handcuffed man shot himself in the head, the tasing of a 12 year old girl, and Congressman Mike Kelly comparing birth control to Pearl Harbor and 9-11.

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08 2012

The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 87 with Gavin Aronsen and Occupy Boston’s John Ford

Episode 87 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have Mother Jones journalist Gavin Aronsen here to give us his first hand account being arrested this weekend at Occupy Oakland.

We also have John Ford here to give us an update from Occupy Boston.

Plus we have an exclusive new ad where Mitt Romney claims to be from the “real streets” of America.

We’ll also discuss the fact the U.S. has dropped to 47th place for freedom of the press, Mitt Romney’s ridiculous wealth, and the shady finances and executive bonuses at the company maintains Dewey Square, the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy.

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-Matt

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01 2012

The Best Of The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 85 with Dahlia Lithwick and Lee Camp

Episode 85, The Best Of Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Matt is on the road today, so we will be running “The Best Of The Matthew Filipowicz Show” with some of our favorite interviews and sketches.

Coming up on today’s show, we have Slate senior editor Dahlia Lithwick back on the show to talk about Newt Gingrich’s radical stances on the courts, including ignoring the Supreme Court and his threat to arrest judges that he disagrees with, as well as her take on the NDAA.

We also have comedian Lee Camp back on the show to talk about Occupy Wall Street briefly reclaiming Zuccotti Park on New Year’s Eve as well as Barack Obama signing the NDAA..

Our writer/performers today are Kate Ward and Josh Bolotsky.

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01 2012

The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 76 with Dahlia Lithwick and Brad Friedman

Episode 76 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have Slate senior editor Dahlia Lithwick back on the show to talk about Newt Gingrich’s radical stances on the courts, including ignoring the Supreme Court and his threat to arrest judges that he disagrees with, as well as her take on the NDAA.

We also have Brad Friedman from the Brad Blog here to discuss the possible threat by Anonymous to hack the Iowa caucus and how truly vulnerable electronic voting systems are.

Plus we’ll be discussing how SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act destroys the internet as we know it.

We’ll also discuss Ron Paul walking out of a CNN interview after being asked about his racist newsletters, and the hysterical Bloomberg article about how the 1% feels picked on.

Remember, you can subscribe and podcast the show for free on iTunes and at www.matthewf.net.  You can follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.  You call the listener hotline at 617-855-TMFS.  You can support the show by becoming a member.  We have new shows every Tuesday and Thursday.

-Matt

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12 2011

The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 75 with Zach Roberts, Ari Berman and Kate Sheppard

Episode 75 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have journalist and photographer Zach Roberts here to talk about his arrest at Occupy Wall Street’s D17 action.

We also have Ari Berman from the Nation and Rolling Stone back on the show to give us an update the GOP’s War on Voting.

We’ll also be talking once again to Kate Sheppard from Mother Jones Magazine on the latest Keystone XL pipeline developments and what went down at the Durban Climate Talks in South Africa.

Plus we have an exclusive new ad from the Newt Gingrich campaign about Newt’s stance that he will ignore the Supreme Court and arrest judges that he disagrees with.

We’ll also discuss Occupy Boston’s “Pro-Corporate” march, the formation of Occupy Allston-Brighton, and PolitiFact’s shameful naming of Republicans voting to end Medicare as its “Lie of the Year.”

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-Matt

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12 2011

The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 74 with the UE’s Chris Townsend and Yasha Levine

Episode 74 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have Chris Townsend from the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America here to discuss if the Occupy movement can learn anything from when the UE took over Republic Windows and Doors in Chicago.

We also have journalist Yasha Levine from the Exiled here to talk about his arrest and horrible treatment by the police at Occupy L.A..

Plus we have an exclusive new ad from Lowe’s explaining why they pulled their ads from the tv show All American Muslim. We’ll also be talking, once again, to Donald Trump’s spokesperson on why Trump pulled out of moderating the NewsMax GOP debate.

We’ll also discuss congress passing the National Defense Authorization Act, President Obama backing off his veto threat, and Obama’s abysmal record on civil liberties.

Our writer/performers today are Frank Chow and Bob Rok.

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-Matt

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12 2011

The Matthew Filipowicz Show: Episode 64 with Susie Cagle On Her Occupy Oakland Arrest

Episode 64 of the Matthew Filipowicz Show is now available to stream and download.

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Coming up on today’s show, we have artist and journalist Susie Cagle back on the show to tell us about her arrest and horrible treatment by the police at Occupy Oakland.

We also 90’s comedian Connie Howe back on the show to tell us about her visit to Occupy Wall Street.

Plus we have a member of the “Birther” movement here to thank Rick Perry for reviving the issue.

We’ll also be discussing the police violence at Occupy CAL at the University of Berkeley, as well as Rick Perry’s embarrassing memory lapse and Heman Cain’s calling Nancy Pelosi “Princess” at last night’s GOP primary debate.

Our writer/performers today are Tim Grimes and Lauren Maul.

Remember, you can subscribe and podcast the show for free on iTunes and at www.matthewf.net.  You can follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.  You call the listener hotline at 617-855-TMFS.  You can support the show by becoming a member.  We have new shows every Tuesday and Thursday.

-Matt

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11 2011