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A Just Cause Radio – White Supremacy & Racism in America – 11.05.17

The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks our AJC Radio Hosts will be discussing and giving their insight about White Supremacy & Racism in America. Our Guest is Professor Marci A. Hamilton, who is one of the United States’ leading church/state scholars and holds the Paul R. Verkuil Research Professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University.  Download this episode (right click …

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Expat Files – 07.30.17

#1- Land border crossing chaos. Land border bathroom blues. Johnny’s latest “boots on the ground” story #2- More examples of Latin upper-class racism/classism among upscale gringo copycats and first-world wannabees. #3- When so called type “A” Gringos and Expats come down (the shakers and movers) they often need to be the big fish in a small pond once again. Many …

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The Vinyl Experience – 05.12.17

VE 330 5 13 17 Nick Drake: Pink Moon Pink Floyd: Embryo Tim Buckley: Pleasant Street Love: You Set The Scene Beatles: Baby You’re A Rich Man Supremes: Reflections Turtles: Happy Together Grip Weeds: Speed Of Light Stars On: The Stars Will Never Stop Download this episode (right click and save)

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It’s Our Money – Digits – Better Get Used to Them…… – 03.12.17

As cash transactions continue a downward slide toward obsolescence and perhaps even illegality, a host of replacement media are being lined-up to replace the practice of making tactile exchanges when completing transactions. Everyone is used to using credit and debit cards, those intermediaries that digitize payments and do account reckoning. But what lies beyond those captured private industry providers like Visa and Mastercard is an even more exotic and potentially far safer monetary transaction system called “blockchain.” This week Ellen talks with Jon Underwood, the founder and CEO of a blockchain-based parallel payment system called C-pay, a system capable of creating local monetary systems as well as addressing some of the payment world’s stickiest markets, like the developing cannabis markets of the American West.

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9 Things To Embrace In 2017 To End Procrastination, Anxiety, Guilt, Frustration and Anger

As the year comes to a close, we all recognize that 2016 has brought us many surprises, all of them beautiful in their own way. If it wasn’t about a transition moving forward, we wouldn’t be here. So here are 9 things to embrace in 2017 for what is to be a new beginning of the new self.1. Accept Responsibility …

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Our Giant Experiment With “Greed Is Good” Has Failed

Another day, another example of the disastrous effect Reaganomics has had on our country’s business culture. Ever since his bank was fined $185 million for illegally opening millions of accounts in its customers’ names to help boost profits, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf has insisted that he only discovered what was going on in 2013. That’s what he said when …

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Pam Martens and Russ Martens – Wall Street Today: Fake Accounts, Fake Money, Fake Courts, Fake Regulators

Last Thursday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced that Wells Fargo was paying $185 million in fines and penalties for allowing its employees to open “more than two million deposit and credit card accounts” that were not authorized by its customers. The employees were attempting to “hit sales targets and receive bonuses.” In one of the most audacious forms of bank fraud, …