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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUYwzDjYgh8&feature=youtu.be This week Ben McLeish hosts, reviewing Jeremy Rifkin's 2012 book The Third Industrial Revolution.
This week, we also interview Ivan Munoz from the industrial band Vigilante. Ivan, based in France, has released a single whose profits go to fund Anonymous members through the Electronic Frontier Foundation (who represent Anons in a legal capacity when required.)
Links for the episode: Jeremy Rifkin's work: http://www.thethirdindustrialrevolution.com/
Vigilante's Anonymous support effort: http://www.vigilante.cl/ourtime/
About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion. These broadcasts discuss the developments and aims of The Zeitgeist Movement.
Everyone knows someone who is either in jail or in prison. As of March 2, 2013 there are 2,212,172 people in U.S. Prisons and Jails and the number is steadily rising every day. Join us Thursday at 6:30pm as we discuss the Prison Industrial Complex.
Today the United States has approximately 1.8 million people behind bars: about 100,000 in federal custody, 1.1 million in state custody, and 600,000 in local jails. Prisons hold inmates convicted of federal or state crimes; jails hold people awaiting trial or serving short sentences. The United States now imprisons more people than any other country in the world—perhaps half a million more than Communist China. The American inmate population has grown so large that it is difficult to comprehend: imagine the combined populations of Atlanta, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Des Moines, and Miami behind bars. "We have embarked on a great social experiment," says Marc Mauer, the author of the upcoming book The Race to Incarcerate. "No other society in human history has ever imprisoned so many of its own citizens for the purpose of crime control." The prison boom in the United States is a recent phenomenon. Throughout the first three quarters of this century the nation's incarceration rate remained relatively stable, at about 110 prison inmates for every 100,000 people. In the mid-1970s the rate began to climb, doubling in the 1980s and then again in the 1990s. The rate is now 445 per 100,000; among adult men it is about 1,100 per 100,000. During the past two decades roughly a thousand new prisons and jails have been built in the United States. Nevertheless, America's prisons are more overcrowded now than when the building spree began, and the inmate population continues to increase by 50,000 to 80,000 people a year.
Join Scott Terry and Tony Konvalin as they examine the effects of the industrial revolution on the institution on the family and culture as a whole. Was the industrial revolution a blessing or a curse? Has life for the average person really improved in our age of "progress"? Tune in to hear Scott and Tony break it all down in this special edition of Christian Farm and Homestead Radio.
The disturbing truth about how Our Oppression creats a fundamentally unfair criminal justice system toward Blacks, and how Blacks are fed into the Prison Industrial Complex.
We take a hard look at root causes of crime and punishment- inequities in arrests, bonds, sentencers, etc.
We will takle controversial subjects as the deep-seeded societal prejudices of some judges, the anti-black biases of some jurors, the black defendant's blind belief in the fact that if they confess everything will be ok, etc. etc.
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Join us for this exciting episode of the Deal maker show, in which Brandon Rodgers of PICOR, a Cushman and Wakefield Affiliate, gives insight into vacancy and absorption rates, what new and hot with supply and manufacturing...all you need to know about industrial in Tucson. PLUS--highlights from the Industrial Convention in Las Vegas!
THIS UGLY CIVILIZATION by RALPH BORSODI http://www.metropioneer.com/docs/This_Ugly_Civilization.pdf
At war 214 out of her 237 calendar years of existence. We never gone a decade without war. The only time without war was the isolationist period of the Great Depression from 1935 to 1940.
Eisenhower warned about the MIC:
"A vital element in keeping the peace is our military establishment. Our arms must be mighty, ready for instant action, so that no potential aggressor may be tempted to risk his own destruction..."
"...In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the Military Industrial Complex. The potential for the disasterous rise of misplaced power exists, and will persist..."
"Only an alert and knowledgable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals so that security and liberty may prosper together."
Rubén Valdez y Michel Rosado, fundadores de Print it 3D!, empresa pionera en impresión tridimensional de bajo costo en Jalisco y primera en ser miembro de la comunidad Makebot en México.
Rubén y Michel nos estarán platicando acerca de como la impresión tridimensional de bajo costo cambiará nuestras vidas y los procesos de producción a nivel mundial.
Your host Miguel Perez-Santalla, Vice President of BullionVault is joined by William D. Stewart the current Senior Vice President of Rochester Silver Works, LLC (RSW), the former Silver Department of the Eastman Kodak Company. He served in several aspects of Kodak’s businesses and was selected to manage the Silver Recovery and Manufacturing Department for RSW. We will be discussing about the new company and the current supply and demand for silver from their view.
Bill attended the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he has received an AAS degree in Chemical Technology, a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, and a Masters in Business Administration. He has become a leader in Quality Assurance and Lean Manufacturing, leading early efforts related to ISO certification and certifying as a Six Sigma Black Belt. He is a member of the International Precious Metals Institute, the Silver Institute and the Silver User’s Association.
New York Markets Live brings you valuable insight on the markets so you can make smart investing decisions. Call in with questions. About Miguel Perez-Santalla
A passionate advocate for retail investors and a regular speaker at industry and media events, Miguel Perez-Santalla has more than 30 years’ experience in the precious metals business. He is a Vice President of BullionVault, the world’s largest precious metals exchange for gold and silver.