Nika Knight – Trump Calls for ‘Nationwide Stop-and-Frisk’

As the nation reels from two recent fatal police shootings of black men, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday called for cities nationwide to adopt “stop-and-frisk”—a widely condemned police practice that New York City was forced to abandon after a federal judge struck it down as unconstitutional, finding that it disproportionately targeted minorities. “‘I would do stop-and-frisk. I think you have to,’ Trump said, according …


Sarah Lazare – Trump and Clinton Roll Out Welcome Mat for Egyptian Junta Leader

The presidential candidates of both major political parties sought to flaunt their foreign policy credentials Monday by holding personal meetings with Egyptian junta leader Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who has overseen a violent crackdown on political dissent, including large-scale massacres of protesters. Following their meeting on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, Donald Trump showered effusive praise on the …


Stanley L Cohen – Harder times for Palestine if Clinton wins US election

Have the Palestinians ever faced a worse American electoral season? A sociopathic, New York “strong-man” narcissist versus a neo-liberal Zionist: whoever succeeds – and anything can happen this time – we know it won’t be good for Palestine. Both candidates gave almost identical speeches to the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) convention this spring. The temptation is to think Republican Donald Trump – …


Jon Queally – Gathering Up the Generals, Clinton and Trump Compete for Best Imperialist

Exactly how many retired generals will it take to win the U.S. presidency in 2016? On Wednesday, Hillary Clinton’s campaign announced how 95 former generals and admirals have given the Democratic candidate their support. Just a day prior, Donald Trump came up just a bit shorter when his campaign touted a letter signed by 88 former military leaders backing his presidential bid. Those backing Trump indicated …


SLAVOJ ŽIŽEK – Clinton, Trump and the Triumph of Global Capitalism

Roger Ebert once said that a film is as good as its villain. Does this mean that the forthcoming U.S. elections will be good since the “bad guy” (Donald Trump) is almost an ideal villain? Yes, but in a very problematic sense. For the liberal majority, the 2016 elections represent a clear-cut choice: Trump is ridiculous, excessive and vulgar. He …


Elizabeth Schulte – She’ll keep America not so great for workers

HILLARY CLINTON is having a lot of fun taking shots at Donald Trump’s economic plan to make America “great” again. She calls it an extreme version of the Republicans’ failed theory of trickle-down economics [1]. The Trump plan would, of course, be a disaster for working people–and another windfall for the rich, with its proposals for eliminating the estate tax and opening …


Resistance Radio – David Pilgrim – 07.24.16

David Pilgrim is a professor, orator, and human rights activist. He is best known as the founder and curator of the Jim Crow Museum­a ten thousand piece collection of racist artifacts located at Ferris State University, which uses objects of intolerance to teach about race, race relations, and racism. He is the author of Understanding Jim Crow. Download this episode (right …


It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – The Little Bank that Does – Part 2 – 06.08.16

We continue our conversation with the preeminent historian of the Bank of North Dakota, Dr. Rozanne Enerson Junker, about the founding factors and functional dimensions of America’s only state-owned public bank. Ellen discusses block-chain technology with co-host Walt McRee while this week’s What Wall Street Costs America examines the impact of predatory banking costs on the city of Detroit — Matt Stannard talks with Tom Stevens of “Detroiters Resisting Emergency Management.”

Heart of Mind Radio – 06.03.16

On Today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis features the work of Eric Butterworth, who served as a minister, author, and radio personality. His work, based on Unity principles, focused on the divinity of all people. His desire was that everyone would know their oneness with God. Today’s program features a recording called:

“The Basis of Positive Thinking” an excerpt from the talk “The Art of Thinking” by Eric Butterworth which offers inspiration on understanding the potency of subjective transcendental thought.

Kathryn also shares information about her upcoming programs and events.


It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – The Little Bank that Could, and Did, and Does – 05.25.16

The Bank of North Dakota has generated a groundswell of excitement and amazement that its founders couldn’t imagine. It started with a simple goal of service to citizen victims of Wall Street monopoly almost 100 years ago and now inspires the hopes of citizens nationwide as they struggle to wrest their financial freedom from the same villains. Ellen’s guest tells how it all happened. Dr. Rozanne Ennie Junker got her doctorate studying how this upstart institution took on the big banks and turned a challenged economy into a financial powerhouse of service to its owners, the people of North Dakota. Walt McRee talks with Tom Tresser about a new collaborative book called “Chicago is Not Broke – Funding the City We Deserve” – there’s more money laying around than most citizens know and Matt Stannard discusses What Wall Street Costs America with a focus on Detroit and Harrison, NJ – yet more victims of the global banking cartels that keep America under the thumb of debt servitude.