Monday, October 13, 2008

Ukiah Valley chapter organizers host "Corporations and Democracy"

On October 3rd Steve Scalmanini and his wife Annie Esposito of the Ukiah Valley Chapter began hosting the first of the two monthly "Corporations and Democracy" radio programs on KZYX that covers Mendocino County, CA (100 miles north of San Francisco.)

Their first broadcast addressed what has been done in swing states to try to steal the 2008 presidential election, explained live by Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman of Columbus, Ohio, who are still involved with exposing the fraud in the 2004 election there.

Steve and Annie's program will be on 1st Fridays from 1-2 pm pacific time. On 3rd Fridays the hosts will continue to be Tom Wodetzki and Toni Rizzo of the Mendocino Coast Chapter, who for 10 years have been hosting both monthly shows with a few other members from the coast chapter. (Their guest on October 17th will be Naomi Klein, author of The Shock Doctrine.) Webcasts of the programs can be heard live at or locally at 90.7, 91.5, or 88.1 FM depending on where you are in the County.

Steve has been active in the Ukiah Valley Chapter (previously known as the Russian River Chapter) since 2003, helping host many speakers and video showings in the area, being semiretired after a career in the electronics business in Silicon Valley from 1973 to 2001. Annie retired in December after ten years as news director at radio station KZYX.

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