On last week’s “Community Conversations” hosted my Mike Honig (ThinkwingRadio.com), over a couple of days, there were discussions about the situation in Syria. You can hear those shows at the links below.
- KPFT Open Journal – Community Conversation – Daily Call-in KPFT, 2012-07-31) (Starts @ 6m15s) TOPICS: Recap of Dispute Resolution Council (DRCHouston.org), Mitt’s International Gaffe Tour, Business ethics (is it right just because it’s legal), Occupy Movement, Indian national electric grid failure (2nd day); is it coming soon to a power grid near you? Syrian civil war, now in Aleppo. Are the echoes of WW1 still resonating violently today, particularly in the Arab world? Is it time for an interstate flood and drought control system to be built spanning the nation?
- KPFT Open Journal – Community Conversation – Daily Call-in ( KPFT, 2012-08-01) (Starts @ 6m20s) TOPICS: Recap of Syrian Civil War discussion, US election integrity, using the word ‘rape’ as a metaphor: okay or insensitive? Do we need third or fourth political parties? Feeding the poor: FreeToGiveHouston.org
The caller comments and my responses during those shows encouraged one listener to initiate what became this email exchange. I am reproducing it here because it was interesting, intelligent, courteous and thoughtful, and the writer included documentation linked or attached to support the writer’s points.
Please note that the viewpoints expressed in these messages are exclusively mine, Nesta’s, or those of any sources cited, and not those of KPFT or its management.
All typos and misspellings are the errors of the respective writers and their spellcheck.
Nesta and I would be most interested in seeing what thoughts and comments which readers of this exchange might contribute.