The Indy is back again this week with some updates. We begin by recapping an important trial, then dive into Biden’s joint address to congress and how the president wants to take your burgers. We […]
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LCW – Darin Von Ruden from the Wisconsin Farmer’s Union.
n today’s episode Eric and Rachel speak with Darin Von Ruden President of the Wisconsin Farmer’s Union. We get a chance to learn about the organization’s principles and what it’s members seek to support in Wisconsin.
If you are interested in Wisconsin Farmer’s Union you can learn more at https://www.wisconsinfarmersunion.com.
While Crises Accelerate, Political Ruling Class Silences Dissent as Calls Grow for Change
As the US seemingly closes in on the end of the Pandemic, Americans still find themselves faced with a cascading series of crises.
The Slippery Slope of Slaughter
By James R. Parker The bill to make Wisconsin a “second amendment sanctuary” sponsored by Senator Felzkowski is unwise, unnecessary, and ultimately dangerous in the extreme. Her obsession with citizens ability to conduct armed resistance […]
The Indy: Change
This pod is again late, but for good reason! New Indy Pods will be dropping every other Wednesday starting from this drop! Subscribe to the feed, and please continue to check out the La Crosse […]
Review: The Left Hand of Darkness
By Rachel MacFarland I find it kind of wild that I haven’t yet reviewed a book by Ursula Le Guin. Having only discovered her work several years ago, there was the initial impulse to gorge, […]
The Indy: Sitting Down with William Garcia of the La Crosse County Dems
The Indy is back with a much delayed episode! This week (back in early March) we are joined by William Garcia of the La Crosse Democratic Party to discuss what it means to be a […]
Book Review- Unforgetting: A Memoir of Migration, Gangs and Revolution in the Americas
Lovato’s memoir is a work that is both personal and expansive, at once a searing personal examination into his own family history that shaped his revolutionary trajectory in life, as well as a wide-ranging history of El Salvador and how the dark shadow of its past have shaped the country’s social context today and fuels the migration of refugees to the United States.