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Welcome to the Guineith Isaacs Radio Show from the Wonderful Land of Oz! I figured that what this country needed was an Alternative Media radio show that actually pulled back some curtains and exposed some of what was going on behind the scenes. As a result, here I am!
However, don't expect this show to be some dry, boringly negative bloodbath of political butchery. I'm too much of a hippy and a mystic to ever be really boring!
So sit back, relax, grab a cuppa and be prepared for the most entertaining hour in Aussie broadcasting!
William Binney started his career as a patriot and ended it as a patriot. He's a former NSA official who publicly blew the whistle on cover-ups and covert operations before the public even knew who Edward Snowden was. Now, Binney feels Snowden is a patriot as well. Binney also believes that 9/11 was preventable. A month after it happened, he resigned in protest from the US National Security Agency (NSA).
Binney was part of an elite NSA team which designed and built an intelligence-gathering system to target and collect data on terrorism threats. He belongs to an intimate group of four whistleblowers, each of whom left the NSA after raising concerns about failures in the agency's intelligence-gathering capabilities. Binney spent four years in the Army Security Agency during the Vietnam War before transferring to the NSA in 1970.
He rose to become technical director of World Geopolitical & Military Analysis at the Signals Intelligence Automation Research Center (SARC), a 6,000-strong research centre he co-founded at NSA’s headquarters in Maryland.
- The NSA buried key intelligence that could have prevented 9/11
- The agency’s bulk data collection from internet and telephone communications is unconstitutional and illegal in the US;
- The NSA is ineffective at preventing terrorism because analysts are too swamped with information under its bulk collection programme;
- Electronic intelligence gathering is being used for covert law enforcement, political control and industrial espionage, both in and beyond the US;
- Edward Snowden’s leaks could have been prevented.
From Geno Smith's broken jaw, to Eli Manning's latest contract demads (or lack thereof), and Tebow mania in Philly! There have been a lot of headlines this training camp season. Michael Cohen will talk about the latest and give his thoughts on how teams are shaping up for the new season.
in Real Estate
Today on "It's My House" we shall continue to plan for our variouse "tiny house build retreats" via our "Florida Tiny House Camps". One of the factors that we shall discuss today is planning for bad weather. What happens when you have planned to either sponsor a tiny house build camp or attend one and then it rains ? Based on "so called" bad weather (and other things that can go wrong)......we shall disscuss those topics today.
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Call to listen to "It's My House Radio" @ 712-432-8863.
in Pop Culture
This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio and we're welcoming our first time guest Bryan Edward Hill to the show!
Bryan is a writer for both comics and films. He currently writes Postal for Image Comics/Top Cow Productions as well as the upcoming Romulus. He was also recently brought on board as the story editor for Top Cow. You can follow him through Tumblr or Twitter.
We want to hear what questions you have too! Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy and we'll ask them live on the air.
Professor Alan Dershowitz is the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law Emeritus at Harvard and a best-selling author. His new book is entitled, The Case Against The Iran Deal.
Edward J. Larson is a Pultizer Prize-winning historian, legal scholar, and author of several books, including the recently released paperback version of The Return of George Washington.
Since our last episode, the Indianapolis Colts have wrapped up their two-week training camp at Anderson University and have played their first preseason game - a 36-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. In this episode of the podcast, Stampede Blue's Josh Wilson recaps camp and the first preseason game.
Join us live this Thursday at 9 pm est as we grab our sleeping bags and tents for a night of terror! We'll be discussing Sleepaway Camp and Return To Sleepaway Camp. These two are the only films to feature the lovely Felissa Rose aka Angela Baker so grab your marshmallows and get ready to sit around the campfire as we discuss two summer themed horror films
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