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THE THUNDERBOLT: TBR 200508 — CRISPR Critters 2X, Segment 1

3 semaines 5 jours ago
This week’s archive radio show describes a major battle happening at this very moment inside your own nose, we describe new gene-manipulation technology that makes genetic engineering available even to amateurs, and we describe a Big Bang that is overdue to hit us right here in the USA. Explosive Thunderbolts — listen with caution!
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TBR 200508 — CRISPR Critters 2X, Segment 1

3 semaines 5 jours ago
This week’s archive radio show describes a major battle happening at this very moment inside your own nose, we describe new gene-manipulation technology that makes genetic engineering available even to amateurs, and we describe a Big Bang that is overdue to hit us right here in the USA. Explosive Thunderbolts — listen with caution!
Dancing Angel Media

Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2020.04.01 & 02. (From the Vault) Davos and Impeachment, Segment 2

3 semaines 6 jours ago
Two parts to an episode that were lost due to life's interruptions, here they are in their entirety. Episode 2020.04.01 Donald Trump, Impeachment and The (yawn) Pressures of His Office First things first, Impeachment is over – yes, but I recorded this during its waning days and thought it was too valuable to toss into the vault, so I am publishing it. I believe, progressives missed a prime opportunity to use impeachment to make a couple of different arguments, arguments that would have been beneficial in the future, alas they didn’t see those opportunities stirring them in the face. I spend much of the first half of the show talking about these arguments. Between the first and second segment (you may want to know, thanks to a last minute editing change, the second segment is not the segment mentioned at the first segments conclusion, you can find that segment in Ep 2020.04.02) – I play a very good song from Angels and Airwaves (BONUS for those who read this description as I don’t mention the song title or artist in the episode, the title is Secret Crowds). Then I dive into Socialism and what it demands from us as individuals in a society, which somehow has something to do with Donald Trump. Enjoy finding out how it does! Episode 2020.04.02 Davos, Donald and Fraternity While this is not an analysis of The Donald’s Davos speech, that may come at some point in the near future, as the speech is ripe with references to how Great America is under his leadership; this episode comments on what prompted it. He sounds different, he seems to act a bit differently also; this was not full of his past bombast; nope, he was reserved, on message and polished, could there be a reason why? I suggest there is, and not it’s not because “the American dream is back bigger, better and stronger than before”, all though that is a great line (. . .only tempered by the fact that dreams end and often cruelly so, especially when those dreams are escape mechanisms or imposed by psychologically destructive realities. . . .but I digress) it signals something frightening to the global elite and the huddled masses who may still believe in The Donald’s rhetoric. His speech says “austerity works” in a corporatist environment where the dignity of work is a euphemism for “obey”. Mr. Trump, in other words, has joined the global elite; he is their savior and is telling them that his ways work. Not a good sign for this country’s future. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact me at vphiamer.adis.ogaarwa@outlook.com
Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple

Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2020.04.01 & 02. (From the Vault) Davos and Impeachment, Segment 1

3 semaines 6 jours ago
Two parts to an episode that were lost due to life's interruptions, here they are in their entirety. Episode 2020.04.01 Donald Trump, Impeachment and The (yawn) Pressures of His Office First things first, Impeachment is over – yes, but I recorded this during its waning days and thought it was too valuable to toss into the vault, so I am publishing it. I believe, progressives missed a prime opportunity to use impeachment to make a couple of different arguments, arguments that would have been beneficial in the future, alas they didn’t see those opportunities stirring them in the face. I spend much of the first half of the show talking about these arguments. Between the first and second segment (you may want to know, thanks to a last minute editing change, the second segment is not the segment mentioned at the first segments conclusion, you can find that segment in Ep 2020.04.02) – I play a very good song from Angels and Airwaves (BONUS for those who read this description as I don’t mention the song title or artist in the episode, the title is Secret Crowds). Then I dive into Socialism and what it demands from us as individuals in a society, which somehow has something to do with Donald Trump. Enjoy finding out how it does! Episode 2020.04.02 Davos, Donald and Fraternity While this is not an analysis of The Donald’s Davos speech, that may come at some point in the near future, as the speech is ripe with references to how Great America is under his leadership; this episode comments on what prompted it. He sounds different, he seems to act a bit differently also; this was not full of his past bombast; nope, he was reserved, on message and polished, could there be a reason why? I suggest there is, and not it’s not because “the American dream is back bigger, better and stronger than before”, all though that is a great line (. . .only tempered by the fact that dreams end and often cruelly so, especially when those dreams are escape mechanisms or imposed by psychologically destructive realities. . . .but I digress) it signals something frightening to the global elite and the huddled masses who may still believe in The Donald’s rhetoric. His speech says “austerity works” in a corporatist environment where the dignity of work is a euphemism for “obey”. Mr. Trump, in other words, has joined the global elite; he is their savior and is telling them that his ways work. Not a good sign for this country’s future. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact me at vphiamer.adis.ogaarwa@outlook.com
Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple

Radio Curious: John Sutter/David Fenimore – A Visit With John Sutter, Segment 1

3 semaines 6 jours ago
John Sutter was an émigré from Switzerland who came to California to establish his New Helvicia in the land of opportunity, located in what is now close to Sacramento, California. A man with vision and organization, and a liking to drink, Sutter built an economically thriving Anglo-American settlement outpost in what was then Mexican California. The economy was based on livestock and lumber and used forced Native American labor. The discovery of gold in 1849 at a mill owned by Sutter started the gold rush that ultimately led to his undoing, ruining him financially as the mass of humanity tramped through the lands he then claimed to own, on their rush to the gold fields. John Sutter was portrayed by historian David Fennimore and was part of “Rediscovering California at 150” the California sesquicentennial initiative produced by the California Council for the Humanities. John Sutter recommends “Ivanhoe,” by Sir Walter Scott and “Report Concerning North America,” by Godfried Duden. Originally Broadcast: February 20, 1998
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #186/Not So Soft, Segment 1

3 semaines 6 jours ago
Sonic Café, hey glad you’re here, I’m your host Scott Clark and this is episode 186. This time the Sonic Café brings you an eclectic, irreverent mix of music, comedy and pop culture skillfully selected from over 40 years. Listen for music from Cornershop, Bonnie Raitt off her 2012 Slipstream release, David Gilmour, Empire of the Sun, David Gray, even a beat poetry thing from Ani DiFranco, something she calls Not So Soft, and of course many more. We’ll also take a shopping trip to Portlandia where we’ll visit the The Knot Store, a place where all they sell is knots, and the proprietor is Jeff Goldblum. Then later, comedian Emily Heller will share her experience with the dating website OK Cupid. Oh and a huge Sonic Café welcome to our newest sponsor Maximum Male Enhancement. Guys, make sure you’re packing that extra horsepower under the hood with new, Maximum Male Enhancement. All that plus some other neat stuff too, this time from that little café on the often stormy Pacific coast, we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

Donald Drumpf Theatre: Donald Drumpf Theatre Volume 173 Live and Let Die, Segment 1

3 semaines 6 jours ago
An original radio theatre show each week, with most sounds culled from the previous week, about a fictional, theatrical presidency. Contradictions tell the story, with songs, skits, and clips from political news shows and late-night comedy routines. The definition of "radio theatre" is stretched here, with an updated Dickie Goodman and/or Richard Foreman-meets-mashup style sometimes, and a more straightforward take other weeks. Currently airing on 30 or 40 stations around the world, the network has ordered another 11 months of episodes. Anyone who would like to work on a production, or have their work air in this timeslot, should contact info@wgxc.org.
Wave Farm/WGXC 90.7-FM