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  • 00:30

    Are superheroes fundamentally Anarchist

    in Writing

    There's an interesting line of thought I've been wanting to explore for a while and I'll be having my former Superhero Babylon partner on to discuss it.  Many people dismiss Superheroes as authoritarian, but what if they're actually one of the purest examples of Anarchy in fiction. They might just be the ultimate form of decentralized power and checks and balances.

  • 01:23


    in Entertainment


    It's all coming to a boiling point. Wars, weed, police policy, all of it is changing due to the will of the people. At every step there is a battle, but we are winning. What's next? How does liberation taste?  Can you mix freedom into a Molotov Cocktail? Next 2RAW4TV we give a recipe for freedom straight from the Anarchist Cookbook- join us!


    Carolina HipHop/Rock group, Beautiful Monster, talks about their music, there message, and what it feels like to go to "Hell And Back".

  • 01:44

    Anarchist and Lunatic

    in Sports

    Come join these to unique individuals as they tell you how things should be and how some people need less oxygen.
    The Anarchist: Most cynical and sarcastic bastard around
    The Lunatic: Toughest talking and overall kicker of asses
    Seems these two have a few things to say.

  • 00:59


    in Sports






  • 01:27

    On Sacred Ground w/ Khi Armand (Ep. 16): Social Unrest & Emma Goldman

    in Spirituality

    Join us for a talk on social unrest and life of legend anarchist Emma Goldman.

    "Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."

    Tune in and connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human with host Khi Armand on this unique interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.

    Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.

  • 00:46

    What Is Anarchism?

    in Film

    Tonight on the John Link Show we will be having a discussion on what exactly "Anarchism" is?  Anarchism, simply put, is the doctrine urging the abolition of government or governmental restraint as the indispensable condition for full social and political liberty of the methods or practices of anarchists as the use of violence to undermine the government. Our beloved host Mr. John Link, a practicing anarchist, will further expound on these beliefs as he is a practicing anarchist. Maybe we'll get Link to further explain his practicing of anarchism, occultism, and more.

  • 01:37

    Wrestler Unstoppable College featuring Professor Anarchist.

    in Sports

    Come listen to Icon the Scottish Anarchist, Tad "Top Gun Beagle Wolf" Dennis, Miss Bubbles Icon's Hillbilly Harlot and Vixen Hawthorne-Dennis as they discuss how to be a winner! They will cover strategies, Defense, move sets and more. Wanna be a better wrestler? Just stop by and listen.

  • 01:43

    Angry Libertarian? Angry Anarchist? Angry Tax Payer? No %^%$^& Kiddn?

    in Politics

    The two angriest and ugliset libertarians are at it again, join Paolo and darrino as they lather on the anger as they talk about governments and how they are ruining our lives, this show is not just for angry people like you and me it's for everyone who is upset with their lives and want to see some change. 

    Well just don't sit there call in and let us know how you feel.

    Yesterday was Canada Day so we took the night off to join our friends and families in celebrating so many years of getting screwed by the canadian government.


  • 02:15

    Third Radio Radio @RebelutionRadio Joint

    in Culture

    The Third Rail welcomes the rabble rousing, irreverent, anarchist Christopher Cantwell!

    Christopher Cantwell is an activist, writer, and satirist originally from New York. He made the move to New Hampshire in 2012. After a brief stint back in New York, and being expelled from the Free State Project, he returned to New Hampshire in the summer of 2014.

    From an anarcho-capitalist perspective, he covers news and current events, addresses philosophical questions, and even cracks a joke or two at ChristopherCantwell.com. He is also the host of Some Garbage Podcast, a program which truly seeks to live up to its name, and stands staunchly for the causes of liberty, and low expectations.

    Chris’s writing has been syndicated on Lew Rockwell, Economic Policy Journal, A Voice for Men, and numerous other publications pertaining to philosophy, politics, economics, and gender issues. He is the Wednesday co-host of the nationally syndicated talk radio show, Free Talk Live – which airs from 7-10pm EST 7 days a week on 150+ broadcast stations across the United States.

  • 01:56

    Truth Hertz with Charles Giuliani

    in Current Events

    Part 2 of the ACLU discussion. 2nd Hour: The anarchist Emma Goldman

  • 00:50

    The Multiverse and Chaosphere from Michael Moorcock

    in Radio

    On Thursday March 5th, 2015 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will
    have a discussion on the magical heroic fantasy fiction of British
    literary lion Michael Moorcock. Moorcock. Although Moorcock did not coin
    the term Multiverse he did much to popularize it in his Elric of
    Melnibone series. H.G. Wells used it in Men like Gods, and Richard
    Shaver's Red Dwarf called it the "Simultane." Parallel Worlds is perhaps
    the best description of it. What Moorcock did coin was the "Chaosphere"
    that mace-like symbol of the black ball with eight spearheads emerging
    that was adopted by Peter Carroll as the symbol for their Chaos Magick
    system. Moorcock's literary concept of the Chaos world is presented as
    an ocean of swirling colors and energies dashing against the cliffs of
    his fantasy world -- and periodically invading and claiming lands ruled
    by the Lords of Law. The Lords of Chaos, one of which is Elric's patron,
    play a constant game with men as the pawns. Moorcock was perhaps
    influanced by Vance's Cudgel, to create his anti-hero The Albino
    ex-emperor Elric of Melnibone, who struggles to overcome the sociopathic
    heritage of his race and finally secumbs to it under the influence of
    his black-magick sword which is a vampiric weapon with a evil mind of
    its own. This was a perfect fictional character for the darkness that
    followed the era of the flower children, a presage of the current goth
    and black metal fads. Moorcock describes himself as an anarchist and is
    a controversial literary figure in Britain. He is presently writing a
    Dr. Who novel, his first using someone else's character. So if you want
    to discover the magick of Michael Moorcock tune in and we'll navigate
    the multiverse.