PDA is proud to introduce “Agitator Voices of Progressive Democrats of America,” a series of kitchen table conversations with members of the PDA community led by Tim Carpenter, PDA National Director. We hope you enjoy the conversation!
07-16-13 Letter Drop Call
Letter drop discussion
01-09-13 Educate Congress Call
Organizers from across the US called in to report plans to hold letter drops and meetings in local congressional offices. National staff explained the content of the letter this month, visits and letter drops on Capitol Hill, as well as the phone call efforts into offices to support letter drops and the challenges posed by redistricting and lack of bills in the new 113th Congress so far. Also on the agenda: new role for Issue Teams identifying bills to support and drafting language for future letters.
October Inside the Party Call
5-25-11 A2S Action Group conference call
A discussion of the new Campaign to End Corporate Rule and how it affects the work of the group was the focus of the May 25 Amend to Suspend Corporate Personhood Action Group conference call. Report included.
The Agitator: Voices of PDA Episode 13
This podcast is the second part of PDA’s election analysis. John Bonifaz of Freespeechforpeople.org is interviewed by PDA national director Tim Carpenter. In the last segment, PDA co-founder Steve Cobble gives us his take on the election, current affairs and PDA’s role. Produced by David Pakman of Midweek Politics.
The Agitator: Voices of PDA Episode 12
Now that the dust has settled following Election Day, PDA presents a two-part election analysis podast. In this episode, PDA National Director Tim Carpenter interviews author and journalist John Nichols and PDA field coordinator Conor Boylan. Produced by David Pakman of Midweek Politics.
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The Agitator Voices of PDA, 2/12/10
Worth listening to the lengthy introductory remarks to hear Tom Hartmann's scholarly critique and discussion of the implications of the Supreme Court's recent disastrous decision declaring corporations to have the same "rights" as persons.