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Resistance Radio – Guest: John Ruskey – 10.29.17

John Ruskey is worker bee in the colony of his queen, the Lower Mississippi River.  He carves canoes, paints, and guides others into the wildest place remaining in the center of North America, the verdant floodplain of the big river, which reaches fullness in her last thousand miles of free-flowing joy to the Gulf of Mexico.  He is author of …

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The Vinyl Experience – 10.20.17

VE 341 10 27 17 For Fats Domino Fats Domino: The Fat Man Van Morrison: Domino Fats Domino: Blue Monday John Lennon: Ain’t That A Shame Cheap Trick: Ain’t That A Shame Glenn Miller Orchestra: Blueberry Hill Glenn Miller Orchestra: My Blue Heaven Frank Sinatra: My Blue Heaven Dave Edmunds/Rockpile: I Hear You Knockin’ Richard Hell & The Voidoids: I …

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The Conspiracy Guy – 09.27.17

Conspiracy Guy Show #44: Trump’s neglect of Puerto Rico begins to look like a repeat of Bush’s neglect of New Orleans, from which he never completely recovered. There are going to be serious repercussions from talking about PR’s bankruptcy from a guy who has repeatedly resorted to bankruptcy himself, where he could have been hailed as a hero had he …

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Heart of Mind Radio – 08.12.17

Heart of Mind, Radio for the New Millennium, A central source for health, consciousness, spirituality and self-liberation. Hosted by Kathryn Davis, On today’s program, Kathryn offers a dissertation on getting out of the artificial Matrix and grounding oneself in the natural world to awaken spiritual power. With insights into liberation through personal sovereignty. Kathryn also offers a morning meditation to connect with …

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Heart of Mind Radio – 07.08.17

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis is joined by Katrina Taylor in an interview of Qamara Bey of Shastamedicine.com, about her healing retreats in Oregon and Mt. Shasta, California. In segment two we speak with the revolutionary filmmaker Greg Reitman about his film Rooted In Peace, which will be showing at the New York Open Center in New York on Thursday, July 13th at 8 PM. Folowing the film there will …

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Leid Stories—From New Orleans, Lessons About Police ‘Reform’—12.22.16

Mayor Mitch Landrieu of New Orleans proudly announced Monday that the city had closed a “dark” chapter in its history that was written more than a decade ago. The city has worked out settlements, totaling $13.3 million, in three especially egregious police killings as well as with plaintiffs in other serious cases involving police brutality and lethal use of force. Most of the cases occurred during the time of Hurricane Katrina, in 2005.

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ANNALEE NEWITZ – Finding North America’s lost medieval city

A thousand years ago, huge pyramids and earthen mounds stood where East St. Louis sprawls today in Southern Illinois. This majestic urban architecture towered over the swampy Mississippi River floodplains, blotting out the region’s tiny villages. Beginning in the late 900s, word about the city spread throughout the southeast. Thousands of people visited for feasts and rituals, lured by the promise of a new kind of civilization. Many …

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Susan Schulman – The $100bn gold mine and the West Papuans who say they are counting the cost

In 1936, Dutch geologist Jean Jacques Dozy climbed the world’s highest island peak: the forbidding Mount Carstensz, a snow-covered silver crag on what was then known as Dutch New Guinea. During the 4,800-metre ascent, Dozy noticed an unusual rock outcrop veined with green streaks. Samples he brought back confirmed exceptionally rich gold and copper deposits. Today, these remote, sharp-edged mountains …

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Global sea levels are rising fast, so where does that leave the cities most at risk?

Current projections of global average sea level rise are now expected to double by 2100, which would be severely damaging – if not disastrous – for many of theworld’s coastal cities, from Ho Chi Minh City and Mumbai to New Orleans and Miami. Yet the upcoming United Nations conference on sustainable urban development,Habitat III, is unlikely to create the international …

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Meditations and Molotovs – 09.12.16

Fifteen years after 9/11 and Americans have learned very little about war, violence, revenge, history, terrorism and empire. So, for today’s program, Vince plays Howard Zinn’s famous speech,”Three Holy Wars” (The Revolutionary War, The Civil War and World War II) because these idealized wars must be questioned if we ever hope to stop the madness of U.S. Empire. http://meditationsandmolotovs.podbean.com