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The Alembic Files: Phantasms of Freedom, Part 14, Segment 1

5 ore 27 minuti 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.
Anonymous

This Week In Palestine: Brad Parker of Defence for Chilldren International, Palestine, reports how children are abused by the Israeli military, Segment 1

14 ore 14 minuti ago
The feature presentation this morning is an address to a conference organized by the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs in Washington DC. by Brad Parker. Parker is International Advocacy Officer & Attorney at Defence for Children International, Palestine section. DCIP is an advocacy and legal group seeking to defend Palestinian children, who continue to face major abuse, including incarceration, at the hands of the Israeli military. As Parker reports, when children encounter Israeli forces, they’re arrested, detained, beaten, blindfolded, their hands are tied, put in a military jeep and taken off to an interrogation center. Guilt or innocence is irrelevant. Violations of children's basic rights are widespread, systematic, and institutionalized by Israeli forces. Parker has been trying to wake up the US Congress to its ultimate responsibility for this situation, with just a bit of success. Rep. Betty McCollum (D-Minnesota) has rounded up at least 22 colleagues in support of a change in US funding and arming of these soldiers. If you are Palestinian, old or young, you are governed by Israeli military law, which is set up to deny rights. For example, under Israeli military law, children don’t have the right to an attorney during interrogations. That’s sort of the primary example of fair trial protections that just don’t exist. Aside from that, of these estimated 500 to 700 Palestinian children that are arrested by Israeli forces each year and prosecuted in the military courts, around 75% of them experience some form of physical violence during arrest, detention, transfer. There's no requirement for a warrant; soldiers can arrest on "suspicion." The majority of children are charged with throwing stones, which is a specific offense under the Israeli military law. What happens is children are accused of throwing stones, arrested, denied access to attorneys, not allowed to have a parent present during interrogation, etc. etc. etc., almost always found guilty, and sent to military jail. Before all this, we begin this week with a recording of Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, the refreshingly brave, articulate, newly elected, and sole Palestinian member of the U.S. House of Representatives. She spoke to a delegation who had come to Washington on a lobbying mission. A delegation member sent us a recording of her presentation, which we now play back.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

The Joe and Anthony Show: Episode 176 Redux - Single Lane Road, Segment 1

14 ore 19 minuti ago
Ezel calls in and tells us how we can start petititons to redo tv ending shows, Joe tests out Chicken Nugget IceCream Dreams and in Anthony’s sexy news story we learn how to stuff 7 syringes up a vagina! Hey, come laugh with or at us, tune in to our live show every Monday night at 8pm eastern at http://www.chiampa.org DWOTS: previous word: Institution today’s word: Inability.
The Joe and Anthony Show

This Way Out: "White Night" Plus 40 + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

15 ore 55 minuti ago
Echoes of “White Night” 40 years later; Taiwan becomes the first in Asia to open civil marriage to queer couples, more Mexican states equalize marriage, the U.S. House passes the Equality Act on to a surly Senate, Chick-fil-A gets fried for its “higher calling” to hate, one Aussie athlete is kicked out while another one comes out, and more LGBTQ news from around the world!
Lucia Chappelle

Latin Waves : interviews Venezuelan-Canadian Sociologist Maria Paez Victor, Segment 1

20 ore 3 minuti ago
The United States’ history of invasions in Latin America is well documented. Over 100 invasions in the last century. The economic violence of: odious debts, economic sanctions, blockades to isolate Venezuela (and any country in their target) from other sources of commerce, including preventing access to food, fuel, and friendship. The tactic of starvation is intended to punish the population of Venezuela, the aggression is intended to provoke an implosion, and turn people against their elected leader President Maduro who was elected on May 20 2019 by an undisputable majority. Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to Sociologist Dr. Maria Paez about the savage economic war, the death toll of economic sanctions causing the death of 40000 people. The violations of the UN charter, the Geneva convention, and trade laws that have created a dangerous precedent for democratic rule. Despite ongoing aggression Venezuelans continue to defend their right to autonomy and their right to choose their own government.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Murray Porter in our Spotlight Interview (Blues), Segment 6

20 ore 8 minuti ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this week's show. Join Larry and his guest from Vancouver, B.C. singer, songwriter blues musician, Murray Porter. He has just released his 3rd album “Stand Up. You can find out all about Murray and hear his music on the web at murrayporter.ca Enjoy music from Murray Porter, Irv Lyons Jr., Eagle & Hawk, Jasmine Netsena, Celeigh Cardinal, Don Amero, Marcia Chum, The Dustin Harder and Prairie Soul, Nortec Collective, Crystal Shawanda, Khu.eex, Janel Munoa, Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas, Dj Bitman, Locos Por Juana, STOik, Aleah Belle, XAXO, Cody Coyote, Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie, Tchutchu, A Tribe Called Red, Whilk & Misky, Pitbull, Gina Loring, Laura Niquay, Midnight Shine, Cary Morin, Feightrain, Tracy Lee Nelson and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
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Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Murray Porter in our Spotlight Interview (Blues), Segment 5

20 ore 8 minuti ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this week's show. Join Larry and his guest from Vancouver, B.C. singer, songwriter blues musician, Murray Porter. He has just released his 3rd album “Stand Up. You can find out all about Murray and hear his music on the web at murrayporter.ca Enjoy music from Murray Porter, Irv Lyons Jr., Eagle & Hawk, Jasmine Netsena, Celeigh Cardinal, Don Amero, Marcia Chum, The Dustin Harder and Prairie Soul, Nortec Collective, Crystal Shawanda, Khu.eex, Janel Munoa, Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas, Dj Bitman, Locos Por Juana, STOik, Aleah Belle, XAXO, Cody Coyote, Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie, Tchutchu, A Tribe Called Red, Whilk & Misky, Pitbull, Gina Loring, Laura Niquay, Midnight Shine, Cary Morin, Feightrain, Tracy Lee Nelson and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
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Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Murray Porter in our Spotlight Interview (Blues), Segment 4

20 ore 8 minuti ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this week's show. Join Larry and his guest from Vancouver, B.C. singer, songwriter blues musician, Murray Porter. He has just released his 3rd album “Stand Up. You can find out all about Murray and hear his music on the web at murrayporter.ca Enjoy music from Murray Porter, Irv Lyons Jr., Eagle & Hawk, Jasmine Netsena, Celeigh Cardinal, Don Amero, Marcia Chum, The Dustin Harder and Prairie Soul, Nortec Collective, Crystal Shawanda, Khu.eex, Janel Munoa, Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas, Dj Bitman, Locos Por Juana, STOik, Aleah Belle, XAXO, Cody Coyote, Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie, Tchutchu, A Tribe Called Red, Whilk & Misky, Pitbull, Gina Loring, Laura Niquay, Midnight Shine, Cary Morin, Feightrain, Tracy Lee Nelson and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
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Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Murray Porter in our Spotlight Interview (Blues), Segment 3

20 ore 8 minuti ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this week's show. Join Larry and his guest from Vancouver, B.C. singer, songwriter blues musician, Murray Porter. He has just released his 3rd album “Stand Up. You can find out all about Murray and hear his music on the web at murrayporter.ca Enjoy music from Murray Porter, Irv Lyons Jr., Eagle & Hawk, Jasmine Netsena, Celeigh Cardinal, Don Amero, Marcia Chum, The Dustin Harder and Prairie Soul, Nortec Collective, Crystal Shawanda, Khu.eex, Janel Munoa, Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas, Dj Bitman, Locos Por Juana, STOik, Aleah Belle, XAXO, Cody Coyote, Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie, Tchutchu, A Tribe Called Red, Whilk & Misky, Pitbull, Gina Loring, Laura Niquay, Midnight Shine, Cary Morin, Feightrain, Tracy Lee Nelson and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
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Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Murray Porter in our Spotlight Interview (Blues), Segment 2

20 ore 8 minuti ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this week's show. Join Larry and his guest from Vancouver, B.C. singer, songwriter blues musician, Murray Porter. He has just released his 3rd album “Stand Up. You can find out all about Murray and hear his music on the web at murrayporter.ca Enjoy music from Murray Porter, Irv Lyons Jr., Eagle & Hawk, Jasmine Netsena, Celeigh Cardinal, Don Amero, Marcia Chum, The Dustin Harder and Prairie Soul, Nortec Collective, Crystal Shawanda, Khu.eex, Janel Munoa, Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas, Dj Bitman, Locos Por Juana, STOik, Aleah Belle, XAXO, Cody Coyote, Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie, Tchutchu, A Tribe Called Red, Whilk & Misky, Pitbull, Gina Loring, Laura Niquay, Midnight Shine, Cary Morin, Feightrain, Tracy Lee Nelson and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
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Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Murray Porter in our Spotlight Interview (Blues), Segment 1

20 ore 8 minuti ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this week's show. Join Larry and his guest from Vancouver, B.C. singer, songwriter blues musician, Murray Porter. He has just released his 3rd album “Stand Up. You can find out all about Murray and hear his music on the web at murrayporter.ca Enjoy music from Murray Porter, Irv Lyons Jr., Eagle & Hawk, Jasmine Netsena, Celeigh Cardinal, Don Amero, Marcia Chum, The Dustin Harder and Prairie Soul, Nortec Collective, Crystal Shawanda, Khu.eex, Janel Munoa, Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas, Dj Bitman, Locos Por Juana, STOik, Aleah Belle, XAXO, Cody Coyote, Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie, Tchutchu, A Tribe Called Red, Whilk & Misky, Pitbull, Gina Loring, Laura Niquay, Midnight Shine, Cary Morin, Feightrain, Tracy Lee Nelson and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
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Niko Soprano's Favourites: Walkuman Style May 17, 2019, Segment 1

20 ore 50 minuti ago
Niko Soprano's Favourites No. #91 (followed by a GK instrumentals set)) Description: (01.) The Vinyl Dogs - Vinyl Dogs Vibe (02.) Grap Luva - Live From Memorial Field (03.) Pete Rock - For The People (04.) - The Boss (05.) - A Little Soul (06.) - Baby Pa (07.) - Food 4 Thought (08.) The Midnight Eez - Midnight Anthem (09.) Peanut Butter Wolf - Currents (10.) Buckwild - You Know Now remix (11.) - One Little Indian Remix (12.) - Hip 2 Da Game Remix (13.) Lord Finesse - Electric Impression (14.) - Hear The Vibes (15.) K-Def - The Gimmicks (16.) - What I'm After (17.) - How Nice I Am (18.) Kenny Dope - Hey DJ Bonus Beats (19.) Damu The Fudgemunk - Tea Thyme (20.) - At Your Request GK Firecracker Day instrumentals set (1.) Current - DJ Spinna (2.) Superfest - Bugseed (3.) Krew - Loop.holes (4.) Uptown - Gwop Sullivan (5.) Snares - Benchmark (6.) Non - Nicholas Craven (7.) Bump - Flavors
Gamma Krush

Radio Ecoshock Show: At the Edge of the Great Dying, Segment 1

1 giorno 14 ore ago
At least a million forms of life are hovering at the edge of extinction, as humans take over the world. Lead author Sandra Diaz on the shocking new U.N. report. Then Columbia/NASA scientist Kate Marvel explains "hyroclimate" as rains and droughts go extreme. Alex updates four concurrent heat waves striking from the Arctic to India.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: At the Edge of the Great Dying, Segment 1

1 giorno 14 ore ago
At least a million forms of life are hovering at the edge of extinction, as humans take over the world. Lead author Sandra Diaz on the shocking new U.N. report. Then Columbia/NASA scientist Kate Marvel explains "hyroclimate" as rains and droughts go extreme. Alex updates four concurrent heat waves striking from the Arctic to India.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: At the Edge of the Great Dying, Segment 1

1 giorno 14 ore ago
At least a million forms of life are hovering at the edge of extinction, as humans take over the world. Lead author Sandra Diaz on the shocking new U.N. report. Then Columbia/NASA scientist Kate Marvel explains "hyroclimate" as rains and droughts go extreme. Alex updates four concurrent heat waves striking from the Arctic to India.
Alex Smith