• 00:55

    United Methodists Debate Divestment from Israel's Occupation

    in News

    As support grows for a selective Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against companies profiting from Israel's occupation of Palestinian lands, many around the world are watching closely as the United Methodist Church considers a groundbreaking resolution at its general convention in Tampa, Florida. The resolution calls for the church to "divest promptly" from Caterpillar, Motorola Solutions, and Hewlett-Packard -- companies that supply some of the products used to maintain Israel's illegal policies in the occupied Palestinian territories.
    Please join the IMEU as we discuss these and other issues with Palestinian, Israeli, and American supporters of the divestment resolution.

  • 00:59

    WORLD VIEW CONVERSATIONS

    in Current Events

    WORLD VIEW CONVERSATIONS


    June 27, 2014


    THE MIDDLE EAST – ACTION VS. RHETORIC


    A Conversation with Mr. Richard Herman- Middle East Expert


    Mr. Herman makes a return visit to World View Conversations.


    In his 3rd  World View Conversation, Mr. Herman who worked in the Middle East for 16 years and witnessed the dynamics and culture of the Region first hand discusses a variety of issues and current events relating to the Middle East.    Mr. Herman is also involved in “Orange County Friends of Palestine”


    A candid & frank conversation on the issues and real real solutions.


    The current situation in Iraq, i.e. the merging of Baathists and Sunni Fundamentalists and the Reports that ISIS/L are really backed by the U.S. via Saudi Arabia and Qatar.


    The failure and or refusal of the United States to engage with Iran to address the situation in Iraq.


    Neocons continued push for War on Iran and how we (American Citizens and Activists) can push for a dialog with Iran and educate fellow Americans as to the truth about Iran.


    Syria, how Assad has turned the tide and seems to have withstood the fraudulent
     "Arab Spring"


    Support for the Boycott – Divestment, & Sanction Movement vs. Israel.


    Visit the ANA and ANN: www.ana-ann.com


    COPYRIGHT NOTICE:


    The American Nationalist Network (ANN), supports the use and availability of its programs for the general public under the “fair use” portion of Section 107 of the US Copyright Law. We require only that the content is clearly notated as being produced by and for the American Nationalist Network (ANN). Changing of its material in any fashion, whether audio or graphic, is prohibited

  • 00:48

    Nips: July 21, 2014

    in Business

    Enhance your experience if listening live to this episode ... Follow us on twitter @pulpnpaperradio for live tweets with more information during the broadcast.


    In the news: Multi Packaging Solutions acquires Armstrong Packaging; OEC Graphics acquires MGM Graphics; Fire at facilities; RR Donnelley says it will add jobs in Indiana; City plans to file lawsuit against company; Update on Verso/NewPage situation; Papierfabrik Scheufelen plans to idle paper machine; Sappi confirm divestment; RockTenn is offering lump-sum payouts; APRIL responds to Greenpeace attack; a new Box Report from Randy "Dr. Box" Phares; and much more!


    Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper industry worldwide. Hosted by Jim Thompson, the voice of the worldwide pulp and paper industry.


    Listen live at 7 a.m. EDT on Monday, July 21st, or anytime afterward!

  • 01:23

    Abbas new government getting pat on the back by world leaders, privately

    in News

    EU, US, UK, South Africa, UN is working with the coalition government of Abbas.


      It is showing that Israel is the true enemy of the world and not Hamas etc.  I like the idea of the new elections too. that will make a big difference to many of the NATO countries aside from Israel and perhaps Russia.  Time will tell which way the wind may blow.  


      I see a very positive trend from Egypt with and agreement to open the Rafah gate permanently upon the realization of the new government in Palestine.  I wonder how long the segregated Israel will last after that. Hopefully not long.


     


    #BDSIsrael

  • 01:04

    CLEAN ENERGY ADVOCATE, BILLY RIXON, OF 350-MAINE

    in Culture

    ENVISION THIS: Walking the talk of solving the planetary climate crisis


    Billy Rixon of Freeport, Maine, is dedicated to ending our dependence on fossil fuels and building a healthy, sustainable life for people and the planet. In a letter to the editor of the Portland Press Herald, Billy said:


    “In light of the winter weather we have experienced this year, some people have questioned the validity of global warming. Perhaps “climate disruption” would be a better way of understanding what is going on throughout the country, as “climate disruption” doesn’t always mean warming in every location. Western droughts and wildfires, the Colorado floods, Southern deep freezes, “megastorms” and polar vortexes are all part of a pattern that has been predicted by scientists studying climate change. The rapid warming and melting of the polar ice cap occurring in the Arctic have led to a weakening of the jet stream, pushing it far to the north in the western part of our continent and dipping down far to the south in the east. We can expect more severe weather events as this process accelerates. Isn’t it time we consider the long-range consequences of climate change and do everything we can to moderate its impact on future generations?”


    As a grassroots organizer at 350 Maine, Billy advocates for total divestment of all state monies in fossil fuels; supports the student-led effort to convince Bowdoin College to divest; advocates for a decentralized renewable energy system that is guided by people and not profit margins; and joined a 70-mile walk in Cape Cod to back clean energy.


    Let’s walk a mile in his moccasins. 

  • 00:09

    Uncoloring Race: Returning to the Beginning

    in Religion

    Hosanna Thalhofer is all of 17 years old and moving forward with her desire to start a club on her college campus. The club has a tentative name, "Students United For Israel" Hosanna will be discussing what she is doing as a young person that truly flies in the face of the BDS Movement (Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions), a new name for exactly what Adolph Hitler espoused leading up to the Holocaust. This is exactlty what, "The Night of Broken Glass" or Kristallnacht produced Click Here .


    Hen Mazzig will also be joining the discussion. Hen, a former IDF (Israel Defense Force) soldier will be joining our discussion sharing what he is doing to counter the BDS Movement on college campuses and with in high schools throughout the Unites States of America (Yes, high schools). Antisemitism is at a fever pitch on the college campuses. Tune in on Sunday, Nov 24th via "Uncoloring Race on Blog Talk Radio. Un-Coloring Race, Black to Breisheet


    Hen Mazzig  Click Here


    Stand With Us Northwest  Click Here


    CUFI on Campus Click Here


    http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/declare-your-freedom-2-0/x/5118445

  • 00:59

    American Vernacular pays tribute to Nelson Mandela 1918-2013

    in Politics

    Thank you, Nelson Mandela! 

    American Vernacular pays special tribute to the life and legacy of South African anti-Apartheid activist, political prison-turned human rights icon, and former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela.

    As the world mourns his passing of Madiba, join us in celebrating the life of a modern day Prince of Peace and what his legacy means to the future of all people who share his realized dreams of non-violence, equality, human dignity and lasting peace.

    Tune in and join the conversation. 619-768-2924

  • 00:41

    The "High Dome Hour" sets the record straight.

    in Politics

    What do you think of the NYC teachers pension fund divesting in gun manufacturers? Is it the right call? Join us as we discuss the issue of divestment. Also, we will be dissecting the latest worldwide headlines. Join us in open forum at the High Dome Hour.

  • 00:55

    Eyes Open w/ Justin Jacoby Smith

    in Politics

    Tonight on Eyes Open: the hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay continues, and for the first time the US military has acknowledged that the strikers number more than a hundred. Also--legal victories and ground-breaking action on the environment as students today staged the first fossil fuel divestment sit-in. Plus: the FBI pre-emptively raids anarchist collectives preparing for May Day in Washington state. All that and more, right here right now:

  • 00:30

    Sunday Stew: Carl Joseph Walker Hoover's Tragic Suicide, Bullying, Divestment, Gender Feminism!

    in Current Events

    I will be joined by Concerned Angry White Guy for our first in a weekly series of Sunday Stews. We'll take calls if there are any and have live chat should it be desired, or just listen in. We'll discuss the tragic suicide of Carl Joseph Walker Hoover, the bullying he faced, why I'm bothered it happened in a mostly Black school, why bullying against different individuals seems so pervasive in black communities, what we can do about it; Divestment vs. Self-Preservation and the real solutions to making a difference in the black youth's lives.

  • 01:02

    Move To Amend Reports w/Laura Bonham & Egberto Willies

    in Politics

    Today's guest will be Jamie Henn. 
    Jamie Henn is Co-founder and Communications Director of 350.org, an international grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis. He is currently helping lead 350.org's involvement in the Go Fossil Free fossil fuel divestment campaign that has spread to over 230 colleges and universities across the United States. Over the past three years, 350.org has organized over 15,000 climate demonstrations in more than 182 countries, helped lead the fight against the Keystone XL pipeline in the United States, and pioneered new ways to use online tools to coordinate offline action. Since co-founding 350.org in 2008, Jamie has helped grow the organization from a group of six college friends to nearly 1 million supporters around the world. A frequent commentator on climate change, grassroots organizing, and environmental communications, he is a contributor to the Huffington Post, The Progressive, Good, Grist and more, and has landed 350.org on the front page of newspapers, magazines, and websites worldwide.
    See Original Post HERE.

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