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The United States in terms of hisory fought for its freedom, justice, and equality with the American Revolutionary War, and the American Declaration of Independence which birthed a new nation in that ushered in a new world order. The New World Order gave way to a New Empire in the West, and the United States is that Empire. With a 155 million person labor market, the world's largest purchasing market with $17 Trillion in good and service value, and $84 Trillion in Household Assets, the United States is one of the wealthiest nations in the world on paper. What we do know paper rises and falls in value through the banks and stock market? The New Empire in the west grew out of exclusions and issues of ethnic superiority. The United States excluded Native Americans and imported labor from foreign markets in Africa to build the economy that we see today. America failed to compensate the enslaved people of its country because of a bitter Civil War that broke the Union and bond of this country As a result, the people of the country suffer formed serious issues of entitlement that have flooded over into social and political issues that will have a lasting effect on the economic prosperity and posterity of this country. Are we witnessing a the fall of an empire or the rise of a new one? Join Us
In this episode, we discuss how a socialist economic system could move us beyond a minimum wage economic system to a living wage economic system. We highlight the history of the minimum wage and the inherent contradictions with this form of wage slavery.
Be sure to check our prior shows to about how we define socialism and why we think it's a better economic system, and how it can benefit all of humanity.
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.
In this episode, we revisit White supremacy, racism in the criminal justice system, and why clear precise demands are needed. We thoroughly applaud the protests in support of Ferguson around the country, especially the involvement of young people from various walks of life. But we also want to propose that clear concise demands come out of this movement so it's provided better understanding of its objectives. Listen in on the show and tell us what you think.
In today’s episode, we review Thomas Picketty's best selling book, Capitalism In the 21st Century, which explains the impact of the economic wealth cap in the US and other parts of the world. We'll provide our take on where Picketty correct in his analysis, and what he leaves out or is incorrect about. Whether or not you have read the book, you'll gain insight from our review.
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.
In this episode we discuss how we all could work less and be more productive under a technologically driven socialist economy and society. Today there are over 7 billion people on the planet, but yet the majority of us work just as hard and as long as we were working a hundred years ago. While technology has automated many of the jobs and tasks people used to perform, technlogical unemployement under capitalism has lead to more unemployment, lower pay, and more work hours—that is, except for the rich elite. So listen in, and let's talk about work and leisure under socialism.
A week after the People’s Climate March in NYC, we discuss the impact of the growing environmentalism movement, how capitalism is destroying the environment, and how a real socialist transformation must be a system that works for both the people and the planet. We must seize the momement for real change.
In this episode, we discuss what racism is, and how real socialism could help dismantle the institutionalized racism.
Co Host Pete Murtha and Host Dave Bourne will discuss an agenda being pushed by various progressive media that is exploiting racism to try to convince people that capitalIsm is racist and the only waty to reduce racism is via socialism.
The show promotes and discusses the ideas of true freedom and liberty for all people without the partisan politics. Exposing the government for what it is, a mafia that rules only by the threat of force without concent. The show supports peaceful consentual voluntary relationships.Where the people are not robbed, oppressed, controlled and abused under the threat of force and in many cases actual force is used to force compliance.
Governments and it's rulers have no place in the world. I don't want someone else to represent me and make decisions about how I should live my life, when I know what's best for me and can represent myself. I am not a republican, I am not a democrat. I'm not a liberal, I'm not a conservative. I will not allow you to define me, or force me to join one of your gangs. I am an individual and I believe in freedom and liberty for all people, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation as all human beings have a right to freedom and liberty. I will stand up to government oppression and do what I can to educate the public on the illusion and or lack of true freedom in America.
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In this episode, we continue to discuss why reform strategies (electorial politics and local engagement) and socialist revolution are essentail for chaning the conditions of poor communities in this country and throughout the world. We examine why poor, working class African communities like Ferguson are hit hard by racism, police brutatlity, high unemployment, and poor education, and what needs to be done.
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