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The Goldwater Institute's Jonathan Butcher is our guest
We'll talk education policy with Jonathan. This Arizona based group bears the name of one of my favorite American political figures, Barry Goldwater. Yes, he is. I'm really looking forward to this show
Part 2 of an exclusive interview with Phillis Schlafly, the legendary conservative activist, on why Christians must vote.
Goldwater’s base was in the South and West, where his vote against the Civil Rights Act and in favor of states’ rights endeared him to a white electorate, and on the whole, Goldwater’s geographic and demographic coalition has endured within the GOP. Democrats owe a debt of gratitude to Goldwater for creating a near-consensus among African-Americans for their party. In an ad that was produced but never aired, a Ku Klux Klan leader, with a burning cross and hooded figures filling the screen, is quoted as denouncing “niggerism, Catholicism, Judaism—all the isms” and in the same breath saying, “I like Barry Goldwater; he needs our help.” Dr LARRY SABATO
Tough week for local hip hop collectives. J Arch, affiliated with several movements including End of the Weak and Team HOMI, lost his life while Brooklyn's Pro Era-based crew suffered another untimely death, as Joey Badass cousin and tour manager Junior B died in an accident.
Several members of J Arch's crew were in attendance and performing at the album release event for Hasan Salaam's "Live in Black and White" at Webster Hall. The combination album release, concert event, toy and coat drive was punctuated by recent events surrounding the non-aquittal for New York police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the chokehold death of Eric Garner. Much of Salaam's material, and those of others on the bill, circulate around social injustice issues, and it was a powerful event in that regard, one that included support by and for organizations such as the Center for Domestic Violence, CopWatch and others.
This particular event points out a problem with some of those who criticize hip hop for not being vocal enough in response to social issues, recently expounded on by Questlove. While Questlove was calling out bigger stars, the problem is that such criticism fails to take into account those who ARE doing great work in the field.
We'll talk about all these things tonight, as well as preview some upcoming events, and as always, take your calls.
Tonight's episode of The NY Hip Hop Report is brought to you by SuperFly: My Untold Story of Hip-Hop, Gloria Goldwater's fascinating look back at the history of her SuperFly magazine, which documented the early explosion of hip hop music. The book is available now!
Lots going on in hip hop music and culture, in and out of our New York area. Call in and speak your mind!
This week, we'll respond to a critic of our coverage on our mothership site, Birthplace Magazine. While most of the NY-area hip hop living audience and independent musicians who follow us are extremely supportive of our work, one had a problem with our coverage, going so far as to claim we don't represent "real hip hop."
Despite an accompanying asinine derogatory comment, we're going to talk about it. We'll defend our coverage of course, but also discuss the uselessness of the phrase "real hip hop," and how idiotic it is to critique anyone for not adhering to something that simply doesn't exist.
Along the lines of hip hop purist and traditionalist leanings, we'll also talk about Lil Wayne, who has become a member of the Universal Zulu Nation. We'll discuss what this might mean for hip hop music and culture as a whole.
We'll also discuss new releases, including the lastest from A$AP Ferg and others.
And we'll cover the recent non-indictment in Ferguson, over the shooting death of Michael Brown, and speak a bit about how artists & organizations should proceed when it comes to dealing with the aftermath of this situation.
All that, with YOUR CALLS!
This episode of The NY Hip Hop Report is brought to you by:
SuperFly: My Untold Story of Hip-Hop by Gloria Goldwater
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We're back with another NY Hip Hop Report. This week, we'll talk a mix of mainstream and underground, music and events, recapping an interesting week in both lanes in and around New York City.
Consistently polarizing Nicki Minaj finally drops a song that even haters would find a hard time criticizing. Hot
97's long-time, and often-embattled, DJ Mister Cee has re-resigned from his post at the iconic rap radio station, abruptly, but without the swirl of controversey of his previous announcements.
And we'll have call in guest correspondents reporting about two fascinating, NY-area hip-hop related events that happened last week, including the Tech808 conference organized by hip hop/tech/entrespreneurial event firm The Phat Startup, as well as a review of Homage 3: Illmatic, an original, Nas-inspired play that was shown at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem.
Those items, our discussions, upcoming event previews, and your calls LIVE on New York hip hop's #1 talk radio show, The NY Hip Hop Report.
The NY Hip Hop Report is brought to you by BirthplaceMag.com, the #1 website for New York Hip Hop.
This episode of The NY Hip Hop Report is brought tp you by Superfly: My Untold Story of Hip-Hop, the new book from Superfly Magazine pubisher Gloria Goldwater, detailing her improbable, but inportant role as early hip hop advocate and magazine publisher. Available now!
Historian Rick Perlstein returns to Virtually Speaking to discuss his new book, The Invisible Bridge. Blogger extraordinaire Digby joins us as guest interviewer. RIck has described Digby this way:
My other favorite political writer, Heather Parton, blogs under the name “Digby.” Daily for over 10 years she’s been unleashing a fire hose of brilliance on the fecklessness of the Democrats, the craziness of the Republicans and especially the way that what we now call the “culture wars” has been seared into our national DNA at least since the Civil War. In the acknowledgments to “Nixonland,” I called her the other half of my brain.
We're delighted to have them both here tonight.
When it comes to the Libertarian Movement, Lew Rockwell has been there from the beginning and has seen it all. He was Ludwig von Mises' editor; a colleague and friend of Hayek, Rothbard: and worked on the Barry Goldwater and Ron Paul campaigns. He helped found the Mises Institute and describes himself as an anarcho-libertarian. He believes that in spite of the doom and gloom that we're feeling today, there's much to be optimistic about. Libertarianism is resonating with the young like never before. China and Vietnam are reaping the benefits of economic freedom in ways that most thought impossible just a few decades back. And the web of lies, which the current paradigm is built upon, are starting to crumble. Lew believes that the truth will always win out in the end.
Cliff Schecter, Avedon Carol & Jay Ackroyd comment on Rick Perlstein – historian and author of Nixonland: The Rise of a President and the Fracturing of America, a New York Times bestseller picked as one of the best nonfiction books of the year by over a dozen publications; Before the Storm: Barry Goldwater and the Unmaking of the American Consensus, which won the 2001 Los Angeles Times Book Award for history and appeared on the best books of the year lists of The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Chicago Tribune and The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan
Excerpted from Virtually Speaking Sundays, Aug 17, 2014
See more at: http://authors.simonandschuster.com/Rick-Perlstein/18810306#sthash.MjJs4Ph5.dpuf
Our guests this morning are Bree Goldwater of BOX Human Landscapers;, Cindi McMasters of Chef’d; and Barry Fisher of GROW.
Cyndi McMaster was the Business Development Director for Renaissance Fine Marble & Granite Works and recently embarked on her next business venture in her role overseeing Business & Client Development for Chef'd, a South Bay-based business launching this summer that will offer customers from across the country the ability to order meals to be cooked at their home.
She is currently the Ambassador Chair and sits on the Chamber's Board of Directors.
Barry Fisher is the founder of GROW, a fresh market located in Manhattan Beach. In addition, he owns M&B Produce, a fresh produce export firm. Barry graduated from UC Davis in 1991, majoring in East Asian Studies.
In spite of these challenges, GROW has thrived and become an integral part of the community.
Bree Goldwater was raised in the Seattle suburb of Des Moines, WA. After graduating high school, she was accepted to The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City where she spent a year and a half with some of today’s top fashion designers before deciding to take a job aboard a Japanese fishing vessel gutting salmon 14-hours a day off the coast of Alaska.
This morning, Barry, Bree & Cyndi are going to discuss their innovative business ideas and the challenges they faced to get their now thriving concerns off the ground.
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Spc. Zachary Shanafelt of Grand Rapids was hurt in an accident last year and died Wednesday at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington. He was serving as a field medic with a unit based in Fariyab province.
Barry Morris Goldwater, Jr. (born July 15, 1938), is a former Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from California, 1969–1983. He is the son of the late Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater, the Republican nominee who ran against Lyndon B. Johnson for President of the United States during the 1964 Presidential election.In April 1969, Goldwater ran his first race for Congress representing northern Los Angeles County.
He won that race for the 91st Congress and was reelected for six consecutive terms. During his time in Washington Goldwater served on several committees such as the Committee on Public Works and Transportation, the Joint Committee on Energy, and the Committee on Science and Technology.
During his tenure Goldwater drafted legislation that addressed issues that are still topics of debate today. The Privacy Act of 1974, which prevents the distribution of private information from government and businesses, is one of the best known laws of which he drafted. Join The Panel & cast of charecters : " COOL " Mike , Germaine , Monica & Sarge @ 424-222-5255