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  • PPTS 9/24/2017 I Look Out My Window, and What Do I See? How About You?

    in Politics Progressive

    It is becoming painfully clear that my country, on several levels, is approaching some very, very difficult times. I have some difficulty ranking them. How about you? What do YOU see?
    Among the items on my list is an awareness that citizen having a conversation about any of the items on my list is becoming more difficult, more scarey both in public and private to even attempt. The division in America is complete, and the two sides are not discussing anything. As citizen, we have many imperative issues to address, and begin to solve. This episode is my small effort to do so. 
    The show will work if YOU participate as citizen, regardless of which side of the division you happen to be on. For what I believe to be an accurate historical moment in our national history, study the USA in the spring/fall of 1859. Failure of citizen to engage in civil discourse during those days resulted, as could well have been projected in advance, in the beginnng volleys of the American Civil War. 
    While many thousands of our fellow citizens cannot participate, because they have lost all they own, have no power or communications across all the American geographic properties, their fellow citizens are coming to their aid to help them clear debris--for a price triple what FEMA will pay for. Is this who we are, today? 
    I want to know what YOU think. Please feel free to join the live conversation which begins at 2:00 PM Central. Join our lively chat room and converse with your fellow citizen (Remember the 2 rules!).
    For the entire team,
    The Tennessee Progressive

  • English Defence League Radio Show ~ Round Up Of Week's Events

    in Politics Conservative

    Welcome to The English Defence League Radio Show, with your host Geoff "Spider" Mitchell and his pannelists Jan "The Tornado" Rennie and Dave "Aggeder" Milne.  Tonight we will be talking about the upcoming national demonstration in Peterborough and current affairs.
    THIS IS A NO GO ZONE for P.C. bullsh*t.  We engage in straight talk not fake stream media smoke.  We boldy go where phonies fear to tread.  Footsoldiers, Angels and supporters of the cause please call in.  This is YOUR Platform.  NO SURRENDER, IN HOC SIGNO VINCES.
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    "All that is necessary for evil to prevail is that good men do nothing" ~ Edmond Burke

  • Eleven Dollar Bills Live

    in Military

    Join us this week as we welcome the rock band, Eleven Dollar Bills. The band is fearlessly led by the street-smart lion-hearted Jordan Casty. Jordan was born and raised in the concrete jungle of Chicago and his influence came straight up through the cracks in the streets. After playing and singing bluesy Rock n Roll through his high school years, Jordan ventured off to Boston to study guitar, vocals, and songwriting at Berklee College of Music. While in attendance at Berklee, Jordan fell in love with the lyrical style of Bob Dylan and put together a blues rock outfit with the name Eleven Dollar Bills as an homage to one of Dylan's lyrics. Upon graduating, The Bills set out on a tour of the USA they dubbed The Heroes' Journey. They hit iconic stages in Los Angeles and New York. They played dives in Texas and college campuses in Indiana. On return to to Chicago they they had a legendary moment where they were heard on NPR’s “Here & Now” and Local Loop Chicago called them “a rising star of the music scene.” There was nothing though that could stop them from the call of LA. Upon their arrival there they quickly got to work playing venues from Viper Room on the Sunset Strip, to The Craftsman in Santa Monica, to Sayers' in Hollywood. Along their journey, they caught the attention of platinum-selling producer Jim Huff. 6 months of studio life later, they now have a brand new EP full of killer sonic experiences to unleash on the ears of the world. We will talk to them about their upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at their music, feature their latest songs, and ask them to share their message for the troops. Please visit Eleven Dollar Bills at http://www.billsband.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with them during the show (718) 766-4193. Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.

  • Outnumbered 001 (170925)

    in National

    Searching for a post-racial America, Jim, Lex and Eric gotta start somewhere.

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  • Episode 403: Hezbollah, Israel, Syria, Lebanon and What's Next

    in Military

    As the Syrian conflict enters what looks to be its end game, one old player on the scene is emerging stronger than it has ever been, a point of concern for all the nations in the area.
    How has the Syrian civil war changed Hezbollah and her allies, and what does it signal about the post-war order?
    To discuss this and related issues will be our guest for the full hour, Sulome Anderson.
    Sulome is journalist and author based between New York City and Beirut, Lebanon. An alumna of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She writes regularly for publications including Newsweek, The Atlantic, New York, Harpers, Foreign Policy, VICE, Village Voice and Vox.com. Her first book, The Hostage’s Daughter was published in 2016. 
    We will use her latest article, Hezbollah’s New Strength Leaves Israeli Border Tense, as a starting off point for our conversation.

  • The poor people Campaign

    in Politics Progressive

    There can be no gainsaying of fact that a great revolution is taking place in the world today.In a sense it is triple revolution, that is a technological revolution, with the impactof automation and cybernation, then there is a weaponry, with the emergence of atomic and nuclear weapon of warfare. Then there is human rights revolution, with the freedom explosion that is taking place all over the world.    

  • Radio Free America - September 24, 2017

    in Politics

    A Discussion of Libertarian Politics in Delaware and Across the Nation, with a Little Bit of Music Thrown In, Just for Fun.
    Mueller Investigation (Manafort)
    Wasserman Schultz Laptop
    North Korea
    Trump UN Speech (Rocketman)
    Russian Election Influencing (Facebook Ad Edition)
    Obamacare Repeal (Graham Cassidy Edition)
    Tax Reform
    We Go Down Fighting
    by Suicide Denial
    Podsafe music courtesy of Music Alley
    Trump et al Scandal Timeline
    Will's Facebook
    Jess' Facebook

  • NWCR Radio on Conservative Nation Radio #334 ISIS or ISIL? What's difference?

    in Politics Conservative

    Ever since Obama, we have heard ISIS or the Islamic State of Syria called ISIL.  What what exactly is the difference and why isn't it ISIL?  When you call it ISIL you include Isreal.  And Israel is NOT, part of ISIS.  The onlly way Isreal will become part of ISIS is if Israel loses a war to ISIS and becomes Islamic.  That will not happen.  Isreal is NOT Islamic and Islam or ISIS hates Isreal and wants to destroy her.  The world will be a much more dangerous place if that happens folks.  So, don't call ISIS, what Obama did.  It isn't ISIL.  It is ISIS.  The Islamic State
    What Obama was doing when calling it ISIL was including the land of Levant.  That includes Israel.  That is not what you want to do.  

  • The Truth Hurts Podcast with The Inconvenient Truther

    in National

    Alternative News and Opinion with your host, The Inconvenient Truther. 
    News and Information for the Liberty Minded.
    Visit TheTruthHurtsPodcast.com for scedule & show information

  • PNN - SE ASIA Fantasia

    in Politics Progressive

    PNN - SE ASIA Fantasia & Irmas Shadow News Director Rick Spisak and Senior Political Commentator undertake to discuss HISTORIC REVISIONISM Brook Hines will be discussing the Economic Impact of Irma and friends? We've invited Three Activists to Discuss their perspective on the Vietnam War. Ray Del Greco, counselor, and lecturer. talks of his experiences in the Peace Activism community.
    Professor Wendy Lynne Lee will discuss Historic Revisionism and the Imperial Wars. Alan Maki longtime progressive activist will discuss the long shadow of the Vietnam War   TUNE IN Sunday 7pm Eastern and 4pm Pacific