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Taylor Report: In France People Reject Macron, Rumblings From a Revolutionary Past, Segment 1

1 week 5 days ago
Macron did not miss his chance to make matters worse in France. True to his short history as a champion of the wealthy, he gave an end-of-year-talk scolding the working class and poor. But the Yellow Vests movement is not going to go away. Meanwhile, the Serbian people have not forgotten NATO's murderous attacks. Large demonstrations indicate a population leery of association with the European project.
Anonymous

Latin Waves : INTERVIEWS AUTHOR/ACTIVIST DR AVIVA CHOMSKY , Segment 1

1 week 5 days ago
Dr Aviva Chomsky is a professor and the coordinator of Latin American Studies at Salem State College. She has previously been a professor at Bates College and a faculty research associate at Harvard University, specializing in the history of Latin America and the Caribbean. The eldest daughter of linguist and political activist Noam Chomsky, she has a longstanding interest in Latin American cultures and histories which she traces to the year she spent working for the United Farm Workers union in 1976-77. Her six books and many articles explore, among other questions, the history of immigration, labor, globalization, and social mobilization in Latin America and in the United States. She speaks to us about her “Her latest book They Take Our Jobs and 20 Other Myths about Immigration, she dismantles common assumptions and beliefs underlying statements like I’m not against immigration, only illegal immigration
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Taylor Report: Syria: The Anvil that Broke the Hammer, Segment 1

1 week 5 days ago
Phil Taylor and Phil Conlon reflect on Edith Piaf's rendition of La Marseillaise, and provide some end-of-year thoughts on Syria's resistance to the U.S. regime-change campaign. All those who have expended blood and treasure to topple the Syrian Arab Republic are themselves facing instability. The Gulf dictatorships have hurt themselves on the Syrian anvil, and are looking to make nice. The failed eight-year campaign against Syria revealed fractures among U.S. vassals, and the inadequacy of Western anti-war leadership, including Noam Chomsky.
Anonymous

Lake Air: Lake Air 1901, Segment 1

1 week 6 days ago
Segment One Late Night Call by Eric Bolvin CD: No Boundaries (Innervision) Living in the Country by George Winston CD: Summer (Windham Hill) Real Thing by Bobby Caldwell CD: Heart of Mine (Sin-Drome) Angel by Richy Kicklighter CD: In the Night (Ichiban) Segment Two High Fidelity by Alan Hewitt CD: High Fidelity (Angelsong) Love on a Real Train by Tangerine Dream CD: Risky Business (Soundtrack) (Virgin) Everything Happens to Me by Ben Sidran CD: Too Hot to Touch (Go Jazz) Just as You Are by Everette Harp CD: In the Moment (Shanachie) Segment Three Moving Violation by Russ Freeman CD: Nocturnal Playground (Brainchild) Dolphins by Mike Marshall and Darol Anger CD: Chiaroscuro (Windham Hill) One by One by Enya CD: A Day Without Rain (Warner Brothers) Flame by Ronnie Laws CD: Flame (United Artists)
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Furious George Show: Trumpocalypse Still 2019, Segment 1

1 week 6 days ago
HERE is the show blasting into 2019 with our weird evil President, shutting down the country like the super villain Penguin, we remember the year in lies, Giuliani steers the car off the cliff, Chris Hayes tells us to "Ignore that Nonsense," President Bone Spur commands, and Michael Moore's New Year wish is for orange jump suits for the whole Trump crime family.
Furious George

Building Bridges: Africa in Focus, Segment 1

2 weeks ago
Africa in Focus with Professor Milton Allimadi, publisher Black Star News, New Yorks leading Afro-centric perspective investigative newspaper and who also teaches community based journalism seeks to empower community journalists and break the monopoly of corporate media Building Bridges speaks with Milton Allimadi, author of The Hearts of Darkness about how white writers created the racist image of Africa. He critiques Western media's "tribalization" of African news coverage, beginning with the accounts of the European so-called explorers who went to "discover" Africa in the 18th and 19th centuries and including the coverage of Africa by Western newspapers such as The New York Times. He goes on to telescope the election in Congo, discusses Chinas interventions on the continent and critiques AFRICOMs ongoing military incursions and US foreign policy to various of the African countries.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Building Bridges: Africa in Focus, Segment 1

2 weeks ago
Africa in Focus with Professor Milton Allimadi, publisher Black Star News, New Yorks leading Afro-centric perspective investigative newspaper and who also teaches community based journalism seeks to empower community journalists and break the monopoly of corporate media Building Bridges speaks with Milton Allimadi, author of The Hearts of Darkness about how white writers created the racist image of Africa. He critiques Western media's "tribalization" of African news coverage, beginning with the accounts of the European so-called explorers who went to "discover" Africa in the 18th and 19th centuries and including the coverage of Africa by Western newspapers such as The New York Times. He goes on to telescope the election in Congo, discusses Chinas interventions on the continent and critiques AFRICOMs ongoing military incursions and US foreign policy to various of the African countries.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg