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This episode features a pre-recorded interview with historian and author Harvey J. Kaye. The discussion revolves around his book The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great.
Harvey J. Kaye is the Ben and Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. An award-winning author, Kaye has published fifteen books on history, politics, and ideas, contributed articles and essays to a diverse array of publications
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Our premiere episode of "Tiki Time". Tom from the FDR Drive Band is our guest today. He is the band's guitarist who will be playing on Memorial Day at Pier Restaurant and Tiki Bar in Rye, NY on the Playland boardwalk.
Welcome to the first of our episodes on your money. There's a lot of fear about money and some of it is real, some not. Franklin D. Roosevelt said that the only thing to fear in the depths of the Great Depression, is fear itself. Oprah calls fear, false evidence appearing real.
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This week on SOTT Talk Radio we’re speaking with Peter Kuznick, Professor of History and Director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University in Washington, DC. Kuznick received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University in 1984 and was active in the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam War movements. He is author and co-author of several books on the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the use of nuclear power, and the Cold War.
Kuznick and Oliver Stone co-authored the 10-part documentary film series and book – The Untold History of the United States – which explores some of the under-reported and darkest parts of American 20th century history using little known documents and newly uncovered archival material.
We are going to explore with Professor Kuznick the creation of the U.S. National Security State during WW2, the real reasons behind the Cold War and the decision to drop atomic bombs on Japan, and the side-lining of ‘the man who would be president’, Henry Wallace.
We hope you'll join us from 2-4pm EST (11am-1pm PST / 8-10pm CET) this Sunday, August 17th 2014
Few Americans know that there was a moment in American history where an organic movement arose that challenged the corporate power structure that enslaved average Americans following the Civil War. The Populist movement developed during the 1880s among American farmers and grew to encompass a wide swath of Americans who demanded economic justice. The movement was a great influence in preparing Americans to demand that the government intervene to help them in the wake of the Great Depression.
We are now going through a depression that would dwarf that if the 30s were it not for the social safety net that Roosevelt began to build in an effort to not only save capitalism but to help millions of suffering Americans. The New Deal was the embodiment of much of the Square Deal that FDR's cousin Teddy fought for in a period that marked the rise of political power of Populism. Now the social safety net is being shredded, threatening to impoverish even more millions of Americans who have already been made poor by the bankster devastation of the economy in 2008 that was largely the result of the destruction of the Glass-Steagal Act by a Republican Congress and a Democratic President in 2003.
The banksters are still the enemy and the People must rise again to stop them, using lessons learned from the Populists applied with 21st Century tools. That is the topic of this interview with economic and political analyst Karl Eysenbach.
This show was rebroadcast on July 12 at 9 AM PST/ 12 PM EST on the Star Com Radio network.
Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to explain to the American public the true costs of corporate control of the US government.
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tomato buble has an interesting take on wwii and the falicy of it .. with fdr the gold confiscator is it any wonder ?
beware the 'military industrial complex'
The New Deal was ushered in by FDR. The programs that would propel America into the greatest society. Many great things were planned and carried out and the result was Americans were no longer dying in the streets from the cold and from hunger. FDR so needs and FDR set the wheel in motion to provide the needs.
When Barack Obama was elected, America was in a recession and the need for Americans was great. Corporates had reaped 2 Bush tax cuts and instead of growing the economy, Bush/Cheney propelled America into 2 wars, housing mortage industry crash, Bin Ladin was threatening America every other months with videos, GOP contract with ALEC had come to pay back time, the stock market crashed in Sept 2008, and candidate for president, Sen John McCain tried to sell American a bill of goods that this country was in great shape.
With the condition America wasi n when Barack Obama became president, instead of the republican party rolling up their sleeves and going to work, all for one and one for all, the republican party instead arranges a meeting to sabotage the nation. Not only would the republican party not make America better, they would unite with ALEC and SCOTUS to take back FDR's New Deal. If the GOP capture the US senate, expect them to spend 2 years making sweet deals for CEOs, while contining the crush of the great American society.
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Tonight Topics: POTUS Emergency Powers - Communism - BLM Police State - OAS
Special Guest: Carl Alfred Swensson
FDR invoked Emergency Powers his first day in office. He went on to further strengthen the Emergency Powers Act so that those powers would remain available to all future Presidents should they decide to keep and/or use them. All Presidents since chose to keep with some putting them to use. 470 Laws are currently on the books by Presidential decree. Making law is reserved for the Legislative branch which is powerless (by choice) to remove the Emergency Powers declared.
That's your Dictatorship.
A look at the planks in the Communist Manifesto reveal every one of them has now been achieved.
That's your Communism
Federal Government Owns 87% of the State of Nevada!!
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