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Radio Ecoshock Show: Extreme Heat #1, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
As Alaska bakes, East sizzles, Europe smashes records, here comes the first in a new compilation of Radio Ecoshock interviews on heat - how it kills, how it affects us all. Interview from Moscow during 2010 heat wave, 15 lessons, plus Australia's John Cook and food warning from Lester Brown.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Extreme Heat #1, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
As Alaska bakes, East sizzles, Europe smashes records, here comes the first in a new compilation of Radio Ecoshock interviews on heat - how it kills, how it affects us all. Interview from Moscow during 2010 heat wave, 15 lessons, plus Australia's John Cook and food warning from Lester Brown.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Extreme Heat #1, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
As Alaska bakes, East sizzles, Europe smashes records, here comes the first in a new compilation of Radio Ecoshock interviews on heat - how it kills, how it affects us all. Interview from Moscow during 2010 heat wave, 15 lessons, plus Australia's John Cook and food warning from Lester Brown.
Alex Smith

The Alembic Files: Phantasms of Freedom, Part 16, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
How well do we know the history of our nation? As for our Founders, what is fact? What is myth? While we have been told we are free, we face an increasing onslaught of laws, edicts, and proclamations governing our lives as American citizens. We have been told that “we need to get our Constitution back.” Do we truly need to do that? We are, during every election cycle, given a “choice.” But is it a real choice? Or a Hobson’s choice? Were our Founders the godlike, towering figures we were taught? Were they above reproach? Or were they human beings, subject to the same avarice, temptations and lust we all are? What were their motivations in starting this country? Were they benign in nature, inspired to offer their fellow countrymen “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness?” Or were there other instincts at play? Was the Constitution truly designed to be the bulwark of freedom? Why were the Articles of Confederation jettisoned? Who were the Anti-Federalists? Why did they get such short shrift by history? What was the worth of the Founders? Were they Everymen? Or rich elites? The answers, when explored from an “unofficial” vantage point, may surprise you. Listen along as Eric the Blacksmith discusses American history with Al Aric and Theo. Current events are interspersed. Explore the nooks and crannies of suppressed information as the book “Hologram of Liberty” by Kenneth Royce is reviewed and its bibliography examined.
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Essential Dissent: Left Forum 2019 - Double Jeopardy, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This panel explores the crises that have transformed the daily lives of Americans both economically and personally. Existence is now precarious on every level. The panelists use New Marxian analyses to explore where the crises originated, how they function and how they can be a force in transforming America.
Wilton Vought

Essential Dissent: Left Forum 2019 - Double Jeopardy, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This panel explores the crises that have transformed the daily lives of Americans both economically and personally. Existence is now precarious on every level. The panelists use New Marxian analyses to explore where the crises originated, how they function and how they can be a force in transforming America.
Wilton Vought

Essential Dissent: Left Forum 2019 - Double Jeopardy, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This panel explores the crises that have transformed the daily lives of Americans both economically and personally. Existence is now precarious on every level. The panelists use New Marxian analyses to explore where the crises originated, how they function and how they can be a force in transforming America.
Wilton Vought

Essential Dissent: Left Forum 2019 - Double Jeopardy, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This panel explores the crises that have transformed the daily lives of Americans both economically and personally. Existence is now precarious on every level. The panelists use New Marxian analyses to explore where the crises originated, how they function and how they can be a force in transforming America.
Wilton Vought

Global Research News Hour: Repeat 1 COLD WAR 2.0: The Russian Peace ‘Threat’ and America’s Addiction to War, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
(Originally aired Sept.28, 2018) This week's Global Research News Hour examines the ongoing confrontation between the US and Russia, and provides a historical context to the growing divide between the two major powers. We first hear from writer, blogger and geopolitical analyst Dmitry Orlov about the deteriorating relationship between Russia and the Western powers over the last year, the fundamentals underlying American actions, and where he thinks these developments may lead in the coming year. Then we get a historical backgrounder from long-time anti-war activist Ron Ridoneur, author of The Russian Peace Threat: Pentagon on Alert.
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Essential Dissent: Left Forum 2019 - Student Debt Boycott, Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
This panel considers the notion that accelerating the default crisis to put direct financial pressure on the student loan industry may be both justified and necessary in order to force Congress to solve this crisis, liberate 44 million Americans from debt and empower them to transform society, and provide for the future security of American students.
Wilton Vought

Essential Dissent: Left Forum 2019 - Student Debt Boycott, Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
This panel considers the notion that accelerating the default crisis to put direct financial pressure on the student loan industry may be both justified and necessary in order to force Congress to solve this crisis, liberate 44 million Americans from debt and empower them to transform society, and provide for the future security of American students.
Wilton Vought

Essential Dissent: Left Forum 2019 - Student Debt Boycott, Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
This panel considers the notion that accelerating the default crisis to put direct financial pressure on the student loan industry may be both justified and necessary in order to force Congress to solve this crisis, liberate 44 million Americans from debt and empower them to transform society, and provide for the future security of American students.
Wilton Vought

Essential Dissent: Left Forum 2019 - Student Debt Boycott, Segment 1

3 months 2 weeks ago
This panel considers the notion that accelerating the default crisis to put direct financial pressure on the student loan industry may be both justified and necessary in order to force Congress to solve this crisis, liberate 44 million Americans from debt and empower them to transform society, and provide for the future security of American students.
Wilton Vought