This morning on Tell Somebody, Tom Klammer is pleased to welcome Jay Coghlan, Executive Director of Nuclear Watch New Mexico back to the show to discuss his upcoming appearances here in KC, two talks both entitled “KC: Linchpin in Nuclear Weapons Production, or 50 Ways to Leave Your Nukes!” The discussion centers on the proliferation of nuclear weapons in the US. Coghlan has vital information about the dangers of producing nuclear weapons parts right here in the Kansas City area, and across the country. Jay’s talk will cover three areas: the old Kansas City Plant (ripe with contaminants), the new plant (where, by 2014, 85 percent of the parts for U.S. nuclear weapons will be made or procured), and life extension programs or LEPs—these keep $ rolling into the nuclear weapons arsenal. What can be done about it? Tune in to find out! Tell Somebody is an exclusive production found only on Kansas City’s Free-Range Radio Station, 90.1 FM KKFI.

ON Tell Somebody | October 31, 2013 | 9:00 am

Jay Coghlan Returns

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This morning on Tell Somebody, Tom Klammer is pleased to welcome Jay Coghlan, Executive Director of Nuclear Watch New Mexico back to the show to discuss his upcoming appearances here in KC, two talks both entitled “KC: Linchpin in Nuclear Weapons Production, or 50 Ways to Leave Your Nukes!” The discussion centers on the proliferation of nuclear weapons in the US. Coghlan has vital information about the dangers of producing nuclear weapons parts right here in the Kansas City area, and across the country. Jay’s talk will cover three areas: the old Kansas City Plant (ripe with contaminants), the new plant (where, by 2014, 85 percent of the parts for U.S. nuclear weapons will be made or procured), and life extension programs or LEPs—these keep $ rolling into the nuclear weapons arsenal. What can be done about it? Tune in to find out! Tell Somebody is an exclusive production found only on Kansas City’s Free-Range Radio Station, 90.1 FM KKFI.

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