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Project Censored – 09.12.17

Marking the 16th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Peter and Mickey speak with two scholars who’ve written extensively about Sept. 11.  The first guest is David Ray Griffin, author of nearly a dozen books about Sept. 11; he contends the Bush Administration played the central role in the attacks.  In this appearance on the Project Censored Show, he speaks about some …

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Heart of Mind Radio – 01.22.16

In segment one: the host of Heart Of Mind Radio, Kathryn Davis reads a brief passage from her upcoming book: “Life in the Age of Now, Being from the center of existence! called: Two Dimensional Life in a 3D world.

Reading is followed by a discussion on The Beauty of 3rd Dimensional Life:
“It is only upon moving from the linear scape of flat surface and bare walls into the spiraling landscapes of the natural world, only then, will we fully inhabit our 3rd dimensional reality.”

In segment two: we hear an exert of the following presentation:
Stephen R. Covey on Living a Principle-Centered Life

Recorded in 2008. Dr. Steven Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People gives an outstanding address at Montana State University on living a principally-centered life.

He explains how those who live without principles tend to evaluate themselves according to what others think. He also encourages the incoming freshman he is addressing to not cram their studies in order to just get by in college, as that is a bad habit that Covey confesses he had which robbed him of much of the value of his early college education.

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Christian Parenti – The Making of the American Police State

How did we get here? The numbers are chilling: 2.2 million people behind bars, another 4.7 million on parole or probation. Even small-town cops are armed like soldiers, with a thoroughly militarized southern border. The common leftist explanation for this is “the prison-industrial complex,” suggesting that the buildup is largely privatized and has been driven by parasitic corporate lobbying. But …