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New World Notes: #566 -- Clutter, Segment 1

2 weeks 1 day ago
It's stressful; it's expensive; ir's bad for the environment; it's bad for the soul; and it's VERY hard to get rid of. No, not the Trump Administration (or bedbugs): I'm referring to clutter. We explore the problem with true confessions by me, an article by Erica Layne, remarks by environmentalist Lloyd Alter, and music by Chumbawamba.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #566 -- Clutter, Segment 1

2 weeks 1 day ago
It's stressful; it's expensive; ir's bad for the environment; it's bad for the soul; and it's VERY hard to get rid of. No, not the Trump Administration (or bedbugs): I'm referring to clutter. We explore the problem with true confessions by me, an article by Erica Layne, remarks by environmentalist Lloyd Alter, and music by Chumbawamba.
Kenneth Dowst

CPR News: INTERVIEW: Denis Moncada, FM of Nicaragua, Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
After the failure last year of yet another attempt to incite a coup in Nicaragua, the US is now attempting to use the Organization of American States to seek the removal of the elected government there. Article 20 of the Inter-American Democratic Charter authorizes consideration of the internal affairs of another member nation only "in the event of an unconstitutional alteration of the constitutional regime that seriously impairs the democratic order in a member state." Nicaragua's sitting government was duly elected in open elections under international monitoring. All reports were that the elections were free and fair. The President in the last past election (2016) won by a majority of more than 72%. The National Assembly shows similarly strong support (65+%) for the majority Sandinistas (FSLN). The constitutional order remains in effect. Nevertheless, this past December 28th, the US - through the Secretary General of the OAS, Luis Almagro - requested an urgent meeting of the Permanent Council with the purpose of acting under Article 20 of the Democratic Charter against Nicaragua, claiming that there has been an alteration of the constitutional order. We discussed the matter with the Foreign Minister of Nicargua, Denis Moncada, via Skype from Managua, Wednesday. Interviewer: Don DeBar
CPRmetro.org

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #119/The Importance Of Staying In The GROOVE, Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
That’s Richard “Groove” Holmes… keepin’ it in the Groove… with Groove’s Groove… here at the Sonic Café. Hey welcome, I’m Scott Clark and this is episode 119. This time the Sonic Café tackles the important topic of helping you find your groove, and more importantly, staying in that groove, once you get there. Our totally groovy music mix is pulled from 53 years, including cuts from ZZ Top, Propeller Heads, The Troggs, Maynard Ferguson, Robert Fripp and the League of Crafty Guitarists, the Blues Brothers, and of course many more. We’ll also check in with comedian Joe Zimmerman. Joe’s got the inside track on a groovy new way to order your pizza with Papa John’s new advanced pizza order option… guaranteed to keep you at the head of the line. How groovy is that? Huh? All that plus a big Sonic Café welcome to Taco Town, our newest sponsor… featuring the all new pizza, crepe, pancake, chili bag… a taco that’s bigger than your head. Sounds delicious. All this time as we get you in the groove… and keep you there. From that little café on the coast where we always lay down the deepest grooves… we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

Jazz Progressions: Jazz Progressions 1901, Segment 1

2 weeks 3 days ago
Segment One Symphony for Improvisers by Don Cherry I. Symphony for Improvisers II. Nu Creative Love III. What's Not Serious IV. Infant Happiness CD: Symphony for Improvisers (Blue Note) Segment Two Abandon by Construction CD: Centreline Theory (Leo) As If by The Soft Machine CD: Fifth (Columbia) To the Old World (Thank You for the Use of Your Body. Goodbye) by Robert Wyatt CD: The End of an Ear (Columbia) Segment Three Out There by Eric Dolphy CD: Out There (New Jazz/OJC) He Me by Vic Juris CD: Remembering Eric Dolphy (Steeplechase)
Quality Radio Productions

Radio Curious: Saul Diskin – Identical Twins, Segment 1

2 weeks 3 days ago
The End of the Twins, a Memoir of Losing a Brother Ever wondered what it would be like to have an identical twin—how alike would you be to that person? How much of an individual would you be? Saul Diskin and his identical twin brother Marty grew up together in New York City where Saul and Marty were inseparable. As adults, they began to live separate lives, Saul in Phoenix and Marty near Boston. In 1991, Marty, who had suffered from leukemia for 20 years, needed a bone marrow transplant, which he received from Saul. In his extraordinarily intimate book, “The End of the Twins, a Memoir of Losing a Brother,” Saul Diskin chronicles the rich relationship beginning with their early childhood and ending well past Marty’s death in 1997, shortly before their 63rd birthday. Saul Diskin recommends “Entwined Lives,” by Nancy Segal and “Cosmology and Creation: The Spiritual Significance of Contemporary Cosmology” by Paul Brockelman. Originally Broadcast: September 22, 2001
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

The Alembic Files: Phantasms of Freedom, Part 3, Segment 1

2 weeks 3 days ago
In part 3, The Holy See is mentioned. More of “Hologram of Liberty.” Excerpts from “No Treason” by James Martin. Sandy Hook and reflexive legislation. If the Second Amendment is supposed to be a right, why isn’t it, really? The Gaspee Affair - an early false flag? What of the Butterfly Effect? One Charles A. Beard wrote a book that earned the enmity of elites in the early 20th Century. Why? How wealthy were the delegates to the Constitutional Convention? What about George Washington, how much was he worth? Just how ironclad is our Bill of Rights? A pertinent discussion of Sir Thomas More, The Devil and The Law. Conclusion and agreement to reconvene.
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