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On this episode of Carson's Corner, Bob discusses Ferguson and the race relations in America. How does this relate to capitalism as a whole? Can we use the events of Ferguson to raise class awareness ? All of this and more from a working class perspective.
Carson Buckingham knew from childhood that she wanted to be a writer and began, at age six, by writing books of her own, hand-drawing covers, and selling them to any family member who would pay (usually a dime) for what she referred to as “classic literature.” When she ran out of relatives, she came to the conclusion that there was no real money to be made in self-publishing, so she studied writing and read voraciously for the next eighteen years, while simultaneously collecting enough rejection slips to re-paper her living room…twice.
When her landlord chucked her out for, in his words, “making the apartment into one hell of a downer,” she redoubled her efforts, and collected four times the rejection slips in half the time, single-handedly causing the first paper shortage in U.S. history.
But she persevered, improved greatly over the years, and here we are.
Carson Buckingham has been/is a professional proofreader, editor, anthologist, newspaper reporter, copywriter, technical writer, novelist, short story writer and comedy writer. She loves reading and gardening; but not at the same time. Though born and raised in Connecticut, she lives in Arizona now—and Connecticut is glad to be rid of her!
Check out her blog at carsonbuckingham.blogspot.com
On this edition of Carson's Corner, Bob flys solo this week, as he discusses some of the issues facing the working class. First, as Election Boycott Advocate and former campaign manager of Ralph Nader Christopher Driscoll said on this show, there are so many bubbles in the economy that are bound to burst. We'll discuss this, plus, the effects of income inequality are part of the new normal of capitalism; and of course, Bob will discuss why he is an Election Boycott Advocate, as well as some up-coming plans for a new show television show with a member/supporter of the Zeitgeist Movement.
Dynamic work that changed the world forever; Silent Spring changed the way we see how big companies and factories operate and the ecological consequences that affect our environment and ultimately, ourselves
Talks about the people and political entities that affect the governing policies for the world's population.
On this episode of Carson's Corner, we welcome Harry Cason of the Zeitgeist Movement to discuss the up-coming People's Climate March and the October 5th, Zeitgest Media Festival, at the National Black Theatre, 2031 5th Ave., New York, NY.
Harry Cason has been teaching political science at the The City University of New York - College of Staten Island for over twenty years, and has been involved in the anti-war and social rights movement even longer.
Cason is presently writing a book on: U.S. Relations with Spain under Francisco Franco, and Spain’s Eventual Liberalization.
Cason is a member-supporter of the Zeitgeist Movement, because of its holistic-systemic response to the problems we presently face in the world, as opposed to the piecemeal and tweaking response that is typically offered-up these days.
On this episode of Carson's Corner, we will continue our analysis of the issues raised in Paul Street's new book, "They Rule: The 1% vs Democracy." We will discuss the dominance of the financial sector, and how we went from industrial to finance.
Yesterday, host Bob Carson wrote this statement for http://electionboycott.weebly.com/
In 2008, I supported President Obama (although I didn’t vote, and have never voted in an election) under the belief that President Obama was the alternative to the conditions we faced at that time. Shortly after his election, it became apparent that Obama was indeed a more effective evil in advancing the corporate agenda of the ruling class. He famously told Wall Street executives, the very people that melted our economy, “I am here to help.”
A wise man named Jacques Fresco once said, “Politicians are not elected to change things, they are elected to keep things the same.” Keeping things the same entails a furtherance of the corporate state, which makes life in America unbearable for those not in the ruling class. Since it is obvious you cannot work within the system for change, boycotting the elections is the most effective form of dissent. The very definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again.
Bob will break this down further.
Civil Chat with Lee looks at What's Trending as well as a full segment on "Getting to Know You" Iowa Free Summit GOP presidential candidates. Today's featured politician is Ben Carson. Tune in and get informed.
TUESDAY night's guest on Pipebomb Radio will be Professional Wrestling Superstar, Houston Carson! Tuesday night at 10pm CST/8pm PST we will speak with The Texas Lion about his start, the National Wrestling Alliance, his future and so much more. This most definitely isn't the one to miss!
On this MMA edition of Carson's Corner, we welcome back to the show Sam Hoger. He really needs no introduction to any fan of mixed martial arts. He's a first-generation Ultimate Fighter TV show star and he's a talented and intelligent person. He has two degrees from LSU in political science. He is also going to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. We'll talk to Sam about this, his career, current endeavors and much more on Carson's Corner.
In our next interview, we welcome Pete Moran, business partner-slash-associate of former MMA fighter Mike Swick. Our lawyers here at Carson's Corner have advised me to read the following before getting into this controversial interview:
"Our company, Carson's Corner, Inc., accepts no liability for the content of this interview, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided. All viewpoints, facts, opinions, statements, averments, disclosures, burps, farts or throat-clearings are those of Mr. Moran and do not necessarily reflect the views of Carson's Corner Inc."
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Rush Limbaugh discussed the passing of his co-worker and friend Chris Carson. I want to share, not exploit, my thoughts on his condition.
I also want to talk about why there is so much ignorance surrounding disease states. There is so much diagnostic overload but a huge lack of understanding . The science, studies and treatment recommendations not only support but are consistent in their results.
I enjoy conservative talk shows b/c I believe in certain principles, unfortunately it is knowledge, not just principles that are requied, Grant it, principles and virtues may allow for the knowing, but at some point you have to "get it". Hopefully, America will get it soon as the clock is ticking.
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