A Bowl of Soul Broadcast – 05-26-2017 Help Me Find A Way To Say I Love You – Little Anthony & The Imperials – R&B – 1970 (You’re Living In) A Dream World – The Continental IV – R&B – 1972 Shiftless Shady Jealous Kind of People – The O’Jays – R&B – 1972 Body Talk – Eddie Kendricks – …
My guest, British psychologist Peter Kinderman PhD and I agreed to do a show that examines the politics of mental health including the overall politics of human life, society, and government. This is the first time I have aired my own political principles in such detail on my radio talk show. I believe in Founding Principles of America, including personal freedom …
Buck Owens & The Buckaroos: Act Naturally
The Byrds: Ballad Of Easy Rider
Dave Grusin: Incidental Music for The Graduate
BJ Thomas: Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head
Welcome, to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host, Nellie Bailey. Coming up: Activists plan to counter President Trump’s threatened crackdown on so-called “sanctuary cities,” by expanding the movement to resist unjust laws and government repression; and, prison abolitionists say the U.S. system of mass incarceration is a continuation of old time slavery. They plan a Millions March for Prisoners Human Rights, in Washington, DC, this summer.
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Tom Petty: Running Down A Dream
Del Shannon: Runaway
The Band: Up On Cripple Creek
Spike Jopnes & His City Slickers: Hawaiian War Dance
Johnny Rivers: Summer Rain
The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band/With A Little Help From My Friends
The Wombats: Let’s Dance To Joy Division
Joy Division: Shadowplay
Okkervil River: Listening To Otis Redding At Home During Christmas
Otis Redding: I Got Dreams To Remember
Doors: Running Blue
Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs: Sugar Shack
They Might Be Giants: XTC vs Adam Ant
Adam & The Ants: Antmusic
XTC: All You Pretty Girls
Doobie Brothers: Listen To The Music
It’s impossible to read Volker Ulrich’s remarkable biography, “Hitler, Ascent: 1889-1939,” without being struck by the parallels between Adolph Hitler and Donald Trump. 1.They were both charismatic political leaders. Watching grainy newsreel footage of Hitler speaking, it’s difficult to imagine what a hypnotic spell he cast on his pre-war German audiences. Just as it’s difficult to understand the impact of …
The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks will be Shining a Spotlight on Capitol Hill and Congresswoman Maxine Waters, who is considered by many to be one of the most powerful women in American politics today. She has gained a reputation as a fearless and outspoken advocate for women, children, people of color and the poor.
Today on the VE, unwrapping some post-Thanksgiving leftovers. Worthy songs by some of rock’s greatest, that never made it to their original album projects until hunger for a fresh bite brought them out of refrigeration.
Liberals, stop whining. Donald Trump’s victory is more than an election triumph, it is a cultural socio-economic shift of seismic scale. It extends beyond the insular thinking and entrenched practices of the two dominant parties; rather, it signals the imminent destruction of systems and leaders who have failed for too long. It is also time for the rise a true third party.
Widespread social unrest will ignite when Donald Trump’s base realizes it has been betrayed. I do not know when this will happen. But that it will happen is certain. Investments in the stocks of the war industry, internal security and the prison-industrial complex have skyrocketed since Trump won the presidency. There is a lot of money to be made from …
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