Gayle June talks about his mothers experience in Nagasaki, when the second A Bomb was dropped.  Jim Hannah, of Peaceworks shares some thought on WMDs then and now.

And  Amy Goodman says, that with an average of 32 people killed by guns in this country every day—the equivalent of five Wisconsin massacres per day—both major parties refuse to deal with gun control. It’s the consensus, not the gridlock, that’s the problem.

ON Every Woman | August 11, 2012 | 3:00 pm

Remembering Nagasaki

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Gayle June talks about his mothers experience in Nagasaki, when the second A Bomb was dropped.  Jim Hannah, of Peaceworks shares some thought on WMDs then and now.

And  Amy Goodman says, that with an average of 32 people killed by guns in this country every day—the equivalent of five Wisconsin massacres per day—both major parties refuse to deal with gun control. It’s the consensus, not the gridlock, that’s the problem.

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