Coming up with Bishop On Air on 970 WMAY, we'll talk privacy in the wake of the recent NSA surveillance "revelations," air the final part of the Jesse Ventura interview, talk about the ability of employers to fire people refusing to do a job and if there's time, We'll bust out News on the March.
It's been known for years in the Alternative Media that the NSA has been collecting private communications of Americans. But now that a whistle-blower has gone to a large foreign media outlet, people are growing more concerned about their privacy--that is if you even care about that type of thing. Privacy expert Dr. Katherine Albrecht will join the show to give us some tips and tricks to be more private, not just online, but in our everyday lives. That's in the 10 o'clock hour.
Right to work?
No, not that "right to work" ... A story this morning has a federal agency fining a Morton based truck company for firing two Muslims who claim the business discriminated against their religion after they were fired for not wanting to deliver alcohol. We'll take to the phones to get your take: If someone isn't doing their job as required for continued employment, should they be allowed to claim religious exemption? Get ready for that conversation.
Throughout the week we've been hearing parts of an interview with Jesse Ventura. So far we've heard his disdain for the two-party system, a little about his new book concerning the assassination of JFK and his forward for a reprint of War is a Racket. We also heard about his amazing experience swimming with whales in the oceans off Mexico. Today we'll hear from Jesse about a possible run for president and, what's on everyone's mind, why he's pursuing the defamation of character case against the dead former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.
That's all ahead when Bishop On Air takes to the airwaves from 10 to noon only on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield. Did you miss a previous Bishop On Air? Check out the podcast page. During the show, call in at 217-629-7970, email, Tweet or Facebook