Hell and High Water with Meria and Chuck Ochelli. Hanford plutonium finishing plant tunnel collapses -real and present nuclear danger; back to Yucca Mountain with trump? “Last Man on Earth”; Fukushima is everywhere, the Oceans;trump and de-regulations;trump a front man;Ivanka/Jared/China/handlers;did we say we’d prefer Hillary? Bush Jr. looking good; the Ethics committee – where are they? Russia-Gate; Michael Flynn-blaming Obama? …
Mr. Obama goes to Wall Street. Who doesn’t want to be rich? Download this episode (right click and save)
Download this episode (right click and save) Solartopia is joined by the great HAZEL HENDERSON, legendary pioneer of the green economy. Hazel’s clarity and brilliance light up the airwaves as we tour through the rise of the alternative economy, green investing and much more. Hazel’s prescient work in renewable forecasting, ethical investing and sustainable finance has stood the test of …
Updates on French election’s significance; Obama’s $400,000 bank speaking fee; US corp tax cuts; Wells Fargo “saved” by Warren Buffett; why bringing home US corps’ foreign profits just helps them. Interview Dr. Harriet Fraad on contradictions of “family values” in the US economy. Download this episode (right click and save)
President Donald Trump has truly gone from businessman to politician as he’s fallen short on nearly every promise he made when campaigning. Under Trump, global forecaster Gerald Celente sees the rich getting richer and more war ensuing. Meanwhile, Celente also forecasts a major correction in the markets following the Trump stock market rally. Download this episode (right click and save)
“Dirty Deals” is the name of a definitive report about Wall Street’s interactions and financing contracts with cities, counties and states nationwide. It’s a gloves-off look at the many ways public entities are forced to acquiesce to abusive usury in their private-bank-capital borrowing practices for public projects and how we can take effective steps to reverse them. Saqib Bhatti, co-director of Action Center on Race and the Economy (ACRE), discusses why these core financing issues are driving governments around the country to consider public banking and in-house financing mechanisms, and why some of them don’t want to.
Anthropologist Margaret Mead is famously quoted as giving credit for most social and cultural change to small groups of individuals who pioneer new priorities and establish new systems. That certainly describes many individuals around the country who are working on the American public banking frontier with multi-year commitments of time, talent and energy, going through the hoops, chicanes, reversals and exhilarations required for creating entirely new banking institutions dedicated to democratizing control of public money for public benefit. We talk with several of these pioneers about their motivations, process, challenges and concerns – snapshots of 21st Century American democracy – as the movement for public banking picks up speed from coast to coast.
In the midst of being skewered across media outlets yesterday for his chaotic rollout of an Executive Order that appeared to target Muslims, including those legally living in the U.S. as businessmen, doctors, university faculty and students — who were initially denied reentry after travel abroad — President Donald Trump tried desperately to change the subject. Following a plunge of …
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Dr. Rasmus reviews the major events in the first week of the Trump administration, both domestic and global, as Trump ‘governs’ by Executive Order. Rasmus explains government by executive order has no basis in the US constitution, but Trump is using EOs as the Republican Congress takes the next 6 months to formulate and pass big corporation favored legislation on tax cuts, business deregulation, and replacing Obamacare and Dodd-Frank bank regulations. Trump EOs on immigration and the ‘wall’, the collapse of meeting and negotiations with Mexican president, Pena Nieto, are discussed as is whether a ‘trade war’ with Mexico brewing. Teresa May’s visit to Trump as Britain begs the US to help it bail out of the EU and Eurozone; the exodus of career officials at the Dept. of State? Rasmus describes similarities between Trump and Nixon, and discusses the growing discussion whether Trump represents a new fascism? What really are the elements of fascism. The show concludes with a review of some global economic events this past week, including infighting in the Eurozone over QE, Germany’s newest conflict with Greece over debt, electoral events in Germany and French elections, Mexico’s economic crisis, Emerging Markets economies loading up on dollar debt, China’s fight with speculators, and the non-significance of US stock market, the DOW, reaching 20,000.