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Through my reseach of different ideological and religious persuasions I see that they're all just different interpretations of the same core principals. Historically religion incorporate with culture was a way to secure natural resources for that particle group or tribe with this came the who's god is greater complex, religious zealot and impose evangelism. As a result there was wars nations conquering nations and colonization all in the name of their GODS. Now I'm not promoting a mass uniting of groups but I'm promoting we as humanity sincerely respect each others ways and stop allowing ourselves to be divided by small differences.
We're talking budget cuts, and why could no one make a deal?
We're also talking to author Eric Golub who has written a book called Ideological Bigotry, about people hating conservatives and republicans because of their beliefs mainly thje mainstream media.
We'll also chat with James Lowe
A Lifestyle expert who will chat about the US Postal Service's effort to try to sell clothing and be cool and appeal to the younger crowd.
"...to narrowly define Hip-Hop as an oppositional or an art that inherently resist racism or oppression is an oversimplification. The art not only resist the overarching themes of racial discrimination inherent in America popular culture, but it also affirms the racial status quo while simultaneously offering alternative perspectives. Fundamentally, Hip-Hop is a varied, complex art form with plenty of room for expression along various ideological lines..." Jeffery O.G. Ogbar, Ph.D "Hip Hop Revolution: The Culture and Politics of Rap"
Dr. Ogbar return to "The FX" for a continued discussion on "The Influence of Hip-Hop," due to the overwhelming responses of Part 1 (aired 9/8/14). Be sure to tune in Monday at 7/8p (ct/et) for another great series of dialogue from the GreenHouse FX Radio Show, only on blogtalkradio.com.
Based out of the Chicagoland area, we celebrate the artistry that exist in Chicago. In addition to discussing topics that are relevant to our society.
Eleven seized Libyan jetliners raise fears of 9/11 III; "Degrade" ISIS, "destroy" ISIS, or "manage" ISIS? "What difference does it make" when Barack Obama doesn't want any of these options?; The disastrous consequences of Obama's inaction; The Islamic State's differences with other Islamic-supremacist groups are irrelevant; So much for Barack Obama's <snicker> "non-ideological" foreign policy; and if The One is truly this "bored," why doesn't he just resign? You know why.
John writes in the Money Bubble, "In a very real sense, it is fractional reserve banking and not money itself that is the root of so many of today’s evils. Whenever fractional reserves are permitted, the banking system – including the one that exists today throughout the world – comes to resemble a classic Ponzi scheme which can only function as long as most people don’t try to get at their money."
A Better System"Now, is this critique of the current monetary system just impotent ideological whining over something that, like the weather, can’t be changed? Or could fractional reserve banking and the resulting need for economic central planning actually be replaced by something better? Specifically, how could a banking system without fractional reserve lending accommodate depositors’ demand that their money be there when they want it andborrowers’ desire for 30-year mortgages which would tie up those deposits for decades? And could this market operate without the need for government oversight and management?"
Join us this week as we talk about the roots of racism in white culture and its impact on communities of color with Community Change Inc.'s Paul Marcus, Lead Trainer and Consultant for the racial justice and equity organization.
Paul Marcus is a white anti-racist activist, educator and consultant. He is the Lead trainer at Community Change, Inc. in Boston, MA, an organization where served as Executive Director for 16 years. Founded in 1968, Community Change’s mission is to promote racial justice and equity by challenging systemic racism and acting as a catalyst for anti-racist action and learning. His own journey has led him to continually examine the limitations the ideological lenses he caries with him as a straight, white, male in a society that structurally privileges people with those identities. Foundational to all of his work is making visible the systemic reality of racism and other forms of oppression – you can’t challenge something if you don’t know it exists. He co-taught and taught the “History and Development of Racism in the United States of America” at Boston College for over 30 semesters and has recently taught “Dynamics of Racism and Oppression” at the Simmons College Graduate School of Social Work. He has had extensive experience planning and conducting workshops and trainings for wide variety organizations and communities. He has worked with organizers and educators from all across the country exploring and challenging the role of white people in perpetuating and maintaining white supremacy, racism and white privilege. Paul lives in Concord, VT with his wife, Patricia Shine and their cat, JD.
For more information about Community Change, Inc., visit www.communitychangeinc.org.
8.10.14: You may know Mr. Zucker better from his blog South Bronx School. He has a pretty compelling tale up on his website about the necessity of tenure for professional educators. Notwithstanding our various ideological debates on education reform, who's right, who's wrong, and who's potentially racist or sexist, there are people out there in a lot of pain because they tried to do what's right. We need to emphasize and find ways to support our fellow educators. Remember, no activist, wonk, or pundit would have anything without the tireless efforts of the classroom teachers.
My Guest today is:
Friday August 1 Chris Slattery
Abortion Expectant Mothers Care
BUFFER ZONE AND HOBBY LOBBY RULINGS – DOUBLE VICTORIES FOR PRO-LIFERS
On Monday, pro-lifers celebrated their second victory in recent weeks when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that business owners can object on religious grounds to a provision of President Barack Obama's healthcare law that requires closely held companies to provide health insurance that covers birth control.
The court held on a 5-4 vote on ideological lines that such companies can seek an exemption from the so-called birth control mandate of the healthcare law. The decision means employees of those companies will have to obtain certain forms of birth control from other sources.
This decision comes just behind last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down a Massachusetts law allowing abortion clinics to have a buffer zone keeping protesters at least 35 feet from entrances and walkways.
For several years there has been a law forbidding pro-life demonstrators from assembling on the sidewalk in front of Massachusetts abortion clinics, relegating protestors further away where they were far less effective.
Every American needs to understand that the entire national press is controlled, and is simply giving you the "news" you are supposed to have. Please go to http://freeamerican.com and www.shop.freeamerican.com to order my books and the new Free American Magazines.
"In order to put public opinion into our hands we must bring it into a state of bewilderment by giving expression from all sides to so many contradictory opinions and for such length of time as will suffice to make the [average person] lose their heads in the labyrinth and come to see that the best thing is to have no opinion of any kind, in matters political." [Protocol #5]
Hosts Jesse and Cody discuss Marvel Comics' announcement of a female Thor and female representation in media in general, and how more diverese depictions of women within culture could lead to better social conditions for women in general; the recent kerfuffle over American espionage against Germany, and various tech tactics that the NSA and GCHQ employ; the recent flare-up of Isreali-Palestinian violence; and the continued ideological struggle over the current border/immigration crisis invovling America, Mexico, and Central America.
Jews played a significant role in the slave trade in the United States. The Nation of Islam uncovered documents showing Jews built massive cotton marketing businesses, owning thousands of acres of plantations. Indeed, much of the slave-picked cotton produced in the Mississippi Delta region was marketed internationally by Jewish merchants. Indisputably, Blacks picked the cotton. Jews simultaneously established their dominance in the needle trades or textiles industry, the banking industry, as well as a significant—even if little known—role in the formation of labor unions, which allowed them to exercise control over jobs and contracts.
As a matter of fact, two great books detailing the Jewish involvement in slavery in the U.S., was written and published by the Nation of Islam, under the leadership of the Great Minister Louis Farrakhan. Per the FinalCall.com "Published in 1991, The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Volume One, set off ideological tremors resulting in denunciations, and chaotic scrambles into the archives of Jewish historical literature by those hoping to debunk its claims. They were unsuccessful, and quietly, the assertions that Jews were merely co-sufferers or innocent bystanders in the trans-Atlantic slave trade have been silenced. The Nation of Islam's Historical Research Department has followed up with the highly anticipated Volume 2 in a series of scholarly volumes, this one under the subtitle How Jews Gained Control of the Black American Economy."
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