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In this episode, we dicuss why it's important for people to get involved in the political process especially on the local level, and how such involvement can ultimately help bring about socialism. In part of our discussion, we will talk about socialist city council woman Kshama Sawant in Seattle as an example of what local political involement means.
Actually, at this point I don't think any of it is "creeping". It's all coming down the pike pretty much full speed. But, since there's a website out there called "Creeping Sharia", off the top of my head, it seemed to fit.
As often is the case, it's been a fascinating week in the news and commentary world, and I'll share as many stories as time will permit- including:
The targeting of pastors and their sermons in Houston - Contrary to popular belief, NOT OVER.
A Washington state florist embroiled in a legal battle with gay activists that may cost her not just her business but her home.
More Muslim appeasement- from removing Christian and Jewish holidays from the school calendar to having the first ever Muslim prayer at the Washington Cathedral.
Mikey Weinstein is in the news again trying to dictate what a Christian college can and can't do.
And, fun UN and Common Core related big government/world government news as well.
That's on today's show, actually to fit my schedule, at 5:00 PM live, archived after that.
Last time we introduced our subject by discussing aspects of the Great Depression and the earnest start of Socialism in America. It effectively began with Woodrow Wilson and was carried along by FDR. Since then, many presidents have come and gone and nearly all of them have continued to push this country toward Socialism. President Obama is continuing where FDR left off by giving America the universal health care that FDR so desperately wanted to see in place.
On tonight's show - from 8:00 to 9:00 EST - we'll continue our discussion and add in heavy doses of reality with Saul Alinsky's tactics found in his book, "Rules for Radicals." Why does it appear that there are so many problems in America (along with scandals and false flags) that we cannot keep track of it? Anything to do with Alinsky and his push for Socialism?
Join Dr. Fred tonight with his co-host, DavidR here on TRUTH TRENDS, part of For Truth's Sake!
In this episode, we discuss what racism is, and how real socialism could help dismantle the institutionalized racism.
In last week's show, we defined what and how institutionalized racism works. In this part 2, we will discuss how socialism can help dismantle institutionalized racism.
This week I'll be joined by Carter McNeese, a self-described Orthodox Evangelical Baptist and Religious Socialist. As a card-carrying religious socialist myself, this topic is near and dear to my heart. Carter and I will discuss what the prospects are for a religious socialism movement in the USA. As members of the Socialist Party USA, we both have a stake in this possibility.
Join the host panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, with contributor Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the line. You too can Join our Round Table Discussion.
Bards Logic Welcomes Brita Schipner from East Germany, Dr. Jared Bigham, English Professor in China, Lisa Rassi, and more from Ralph Meloon. We will discuss Socialism in America, The Reason the Liberals Have to Lose on Tuesday November 4th.
Dr. Jared Bigham oversees support for successful implementation of Tennessee’s sweeping reforms focused on preparing students for success beyond high school. He was Supervising Principal of Copper Basin Schools in Polk County, Tennessee. He serves on Tennessee’s Academic Standards Leadership Council, and he is the former Executive Director of the Tennessee Rural Education Association. Jared is a graduate of Lee University, a master’s in curriculum and instruction from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and a doctorate degree in educational leadership from Liberty University.
Lisa Rassi Bachelors degree from Wheaton College;Repatriated to America this summer after 8.5 years in Asia Pacific.Int'l travel growing up included the Middle East, Western and Eastern Europe including USSR. Moved with immediate family (husband and 2 daughters) to Beijing in January 2006 where we lived for 5 full years before moving to Singapore for 3.5 years subsequently.
Ralph Meloon became well known in the community for building boats, a system of canals in Orlando, storm proof boathouses, dams, and even rescued an architect's million dollar home from sinking into the Florida muck. His travels travel took him to over 90 nations, almost 40 of which were communist.
Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show.
Concede and become subjects or resist and be free? That is our choice, and Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, talks about that and whole lot more. Shane covers the following:
1. Reenergizing the American people can be done, but it's going to take a few to impact the many.
2. The Declaration of Independence is critical to understand. What does it mean today?
3. Why is socialism such a bad deal? Don't miss this great commentary!
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Find out more about how to get involved by going to Freedom Fires or Shane Krauser Enterprises.
This willl be a discussion of my evolution into mysticism and libertarian anarchism.
My work-in-progess, "The Metaphysics of the Life Energy - The Aim of Religion and the Method of Scientific Illumination," will be read with my spontaneous commentary. It explains how and why mysticism replaced politics for me.
On this edition of Carson's Corner, the Election Boycott Advocates welcome Harry Cason of the Zeitgeist Movement to the program to discuss how to create a new sustainable world. The working class undoubtedly faces many challenges- change is easier said than done. However, there are steps that we can take to overcome the ruling class. Harry Cason believes that we have to sell everyone a program that contains enormous benefits to everyone. Bob Carson believes we have to reevaluate the way we look at the market system and move beyond capitalism. Capitalism in its current ( and arguably any form) is not designed to address human needs, and therefore continuing capitalism will only further increase the pain of the working class. This consciousness spurred on by the miserable conditions of the working class will lead to a revolution. Christopher Driscoll believes that we need to pull out the rug from the ruling class- the rug of legitimacy- and establish worker owned factories and workplaces. Thomas Baldwin believes a new set of principles will emerge from a value system. All believe that the ballot box is no ride to power for the working class, so what do we do? What course of action should we take? Tune into Carson's Corner to hear this very unique discussion that you will hear few places elsewhere.
Politics holds no solutions for the deepest yearnings of humanity.
With the onset of the enlightenment, religious faith has lost its hold as a sanctuary for many.
Where does humanity go from here? In the face of tragedy and suffering, are there answers?
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program features our regular PANW segment with reports on Madagascar, Togo, Kenya, Tunisia, etc. The Voices From History segment will highlight a lecture by the late African American Historian John Hope Franklin from 1969 as well as an archived audio documentary on the role of Detroit and Ontario, Canada in the Underground Railroad during slavery.
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