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We look at a few articles on Ryan at Rense.com:
Seems Paul Ryan has a love affair with the philosphical mother of modern selfishness, Ayn Rand.
While Rand's musings may pair well with college kids who have just left home (or former Federal Reserve chairmen like Alan Greenspan), wouldn't we expect more from our elected servants?
TRAPWIRE - THE ULTIMATE TOOL OF CONTROL?
Anyone care to tell us more about this??
Call in with your comments, please.
Jesus, 2012! (No prophecy here, just prayer.)
A relief from spectacular sport circus, paid political parrots and sky god stooges.
First off, hear Adam Giambrone, former Chair of the Toronto Transit Commission, being interviewed about the decision to not use "Trapwire" the privatized super sleuth software in Canada.
Then, a live conversation with journalist and polemicist Barrett Brown on recent Wikileaks disclosures about "Trapwire." A corporate security software consortium that allegedly crosses the lines of personal security without judicial oversight.
Second hour an audio rebroadcast of a candid conversation from Russia Today on the Julian Assange Show with M.I.T. professor Noam Chomsky and Dr. Tariq Ali.
NOTE: Due to a technical glitch involving trying to interview one of our guests internationally via Skype, we conducted the interview off "air" and uploaded the episode at 10:26 pm 10/20/2012.
Controversial twitter personality @GregWHoward takes a deeper look into the world of #Anonymous, the often maligned cyber hacking group, to see what they are really all about.
Today's guests are @UK_Anonymous and @cybertroll001 who will discuss operations that the public never hears about, such as taking down pedophiles that the police can't catch, actions against unconstitutional TrapWire surveillance systems, and taking on vicious cyberbullies which have led to suicides of their targets.
Is Anonymous dangerous, or are they freedom fighters and looking out for some of the same mainstream ideas the rest of us believe in?
You decide for yourself without the filter of the mainstream media telling you what to think.
Join Michigan Bob and Infocyde as we talk about Trapwire, Eschelon, Facebook and Facial Recognition, and much more on Saturday, August 25th at 10 PM Eastern / 7:00 PM Pacific
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TONIGHT AT 9PM if you still have power, we hope your curled up around the radio listening to this program because we have so much to bring you in the next two hours! First on Eyes Open w/ Justin Jacoby Smith he brings us news from Spain, where the mayor of a small village has been leading raids on supermarkets and giving the food to the poor. Following that, the War On Information takes us to the midwest where Amanda Bleep checks in with Occupy Omaha during their action in solidarity with the global trapwire protests. I'll be following her giving you new developments in the movements against Stop & Frisk procedures in NY, and border patrol violence/drone warfare, asking when is it ok to kill kids? Robert Stephens takes the drone conversations a little deeper on Like It Is where he critiques the political narrative around the subject. In the second hour we discuss the value of cooperatives with Zachari Curtis farmer/ founder of the D.C. Black Growers Network and Healthy Food For All, as well as Ajowa Ifateyo writer for the site Grassroots Economic Organizing who has visited coops both locally and internationally, as we talk about their upcoming conference. Rounding out the show we get into the arts with Justin taking a look at resistance through the visual art of the Black Panthers as well as talk with award-winning documentarian Velcrow Ripper about his new film "Occupy Love". All that and so much more tonight on Voices Of The 99%, tune in!
Tonight on Eyes Open: ongoing preparations for the RNC in Tampa, a livestream keeping Vietnamese activists safe, an update (a win!) for workers on strike in DC, and a mea culpa--Justin might have been all wrong about #TrapWire? Tune in!
Tonight on Eyes Open I'm talking #TrapWire--is it as scary as the internet thinks? Aslo, the Texas A&M shooting surrounding an eviction notice, and an activist charged with a felony for the content of his sign. Yes, it happened. I'm on at 9pm. Let's do this thing.
Part 2 of 2: Tonite on Vof99 we'll be talking sometimes deadly consequences of the capitalist system, abusive police, unjustly imprisoned activists, and as always the ever increasing surveillance of every move ordinary citizens make. We begin with Justin Jacoby Smith covering #TrapWire, the Texas A&M shooting, and arrest over a protest sign. I'll be on later with Amanda Bleep speaking with a Christina and Matthew a Harlem couple targeted for filming stop-and-frisk procedures in NY. We'll also touch on Riot's trial, Nabeel Rajab's sentence, and Julian Assange's asylum. Tune in!
Tonite on Vof99 we'll be talking sometimes deadly consequences of the capitalist system, abusive police, unjustly imprisoned activists, and as always the ever increasing surveillance of every move ordinary citizens make. We begin with Justin Jacoby Smith covering #TrapWire, the Texas A&M shooting, and arrest over a protest sign. I'll be on later with Amanda Bleep speaking with a Christina and Matthew a Harlem couple targeted for filming stop-and-frisk procedures in NY. We'll also touch on Riot's trial, Nabeel Rajab's sentence, and Julian Assange's asylum. Tune in! Part 2 available tomorrow night!
FSRN headlines with my round-up of local news stories from Kansas and some old timey music sprinkled between segments.
Robert Knight's 5 O'Clock Shadow from WBAI "the Bronx" community radio with featured programming on Trapwire, Assange and Ray McGovern from just two days ago.
Free Speech Radio News, complete 30 minute program.
Lee Camp's latest: #165 "50 Shades of Rape" The Todd Akin Paul Ryan Story ....
Articles of Interest:
The Raw Story piece on "Anti-abortion Rape Theory Rooted in Nazi Death Camp Experiments."
The Guardian 2000 investigative article on "Rape Victims' Babies Pay the Price of War."