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Saturday on This is Hell!


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9:10 - Author Jennifer Rutledge examines the global social policies behind school lunch programs.

Jennifer is author of the new book Feeding the Future: School Lunch Programs as Global Social Policy from Rutgers University Press.


10:05 - Media scholar Mara Einstein decodes the corporate hand behind news content on the internet.

Mara is author of the new book Black Ops Advertising: Native Ads, Content Marketing and the Covert World of the Digital Sell from OR Books.


11:00 - Journalist Steve Horn reports on the Obama administration's opening of public lands for oil and gas drilling.

Steve wrote the article Obama Admin Quietly Enables Oil and Gas Drilling on Public Lands and Waters, Weakens Endangered Species Act for DeSmog Blog.


11:35 - Our Man in Budapest, Todd Williams explains what the Hungarian migrant vote means and doesn't mean.

Todd is a migrant himself, but he'll be in Sacramento for this segment, for the first time in seven years. He'll be talking about that too.


12:10 - Live from Mexico City, Laura Carlsen profiles the movement emerging from the crimes of Ayotzinapa.

Laura wrote the article Ayotzinapa’s Message to the World: Organize! for NACLA.


12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen gets real about idealistic politics.

Jeff is already sitting backwards on a chair in his "gets real" pose.



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