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This week, I will start off the show with Yuri Rashkin, from Defend Wisconsin Weekly News Round-Up, talking about the news for the week in Wisconsin. After Yuri, I will be talking to Jeffrey Spitzer-Resnick who is the Managing Attorney for Disability Rights Wisconsin. We will be discussing the Special Needs Voucher Bill that the Assembly voted on Tuesday evening. After Jeff, I will be talking with Representative Sondy Pope-Roberts about AB110 as well. We will also talk about the Walker Administrations' apparent attempt at bankrupting the Public School System and education in general. Following her will be Senator Lena Taylor. We will be talking about redistricting, the foreclosure raids, the Mining Bill, and SB 542. I will finish out the show with Scott Wittkopf, the blogger from Badger Democracy. We will be talking about the Mining Bill, and the Neocon's attack on women, their messaging regarding candidates, and their new attack on media outlets and public servants that don't follow their way of thinking. All starts at 9am Friday morning! Call in numbers are 877-497-1797 or 310-742-1896.
Join me for the last show of the year...and we will start it off with Doug Cunningham talking about labor issues and his new show The People's Mic. Then I will be talking with Dawn Shagonee about her wonderful dance group Call for Peace. Followed by a recorded interview with CAPS Executive Director Kate Coyne McCoy about the 2011 Holiday Shopping Guide. What makes this one so different is that it is to help you shop at stores that do not buy our elections. Then I will finish out the show with Scott Wittkopf, the Badger Democracy Blogger. We will be talking about the new DOA rules, the mining connection with Senator's Jauch's recall, and more Wisconsin news. And, of course I will have Yuri Rashkin with Defend Wisconsin Weekly News Round-Up. All starts at 9am! Call in numbers: 877-497-1797 or 310-742-1896.
If we look at a map of the Middle East, we will see many Islamic countries surrounding the little state of Israel. Israel remains the only democracy in the region and the voice of reason "crying out in the wilderness," as John the Baptist would say. Israel remains a staunch ally of the United States, and the only nation on Earth where Jews are welcomed "no questions asked." But surprisingly, Israel's very existence is important to the millions of Ecumenical Christains who exist in the world today. Today, we will be discussing politics and religion. Call us with your opinion at 646-595-3275.
In this week's episode, there seems to be growing sympathy for past cop killers.
A CEO takes the plunge and cuts his million dllar salary to 70k.
A World History teacher at a high school in Wisonsin assigned students an essay asking them to "pretend they are Muslim"
Ben Carson and Al Sharpton apparently have the same goals.
A planned fallen soldier monument in Michigan is controversial because of the prominence of the soldier's rifle.
IRS admits to "agency-wide failures", asks for money to fix it.
Much to Turkey's dismay, Pope Francis refered to the Armenian slaughter in 1915 as genocide.
A gun shop in Wisconsin is being sued for selling the gun that was used to shoot a cop.
The Bonehead & Hero of the Week, Jon's Soapbox, Ira's Random Thoughts and more!
Zamora Texts: The Year 9000 with B.W. Wojciechowski
A lecturer in the year 9000 CE looks back over and analyses 14,000 years of human progress spanning the development of our ancestors and ourselves, and looking at the development of our descendants. With Zamora Texts: The Year 9000, B.W. Wojciechowski presents the lectures of Professor Yelita speaking in the year 9000 as he observes our social, political, military, scientific, technological and space-travel
progress through history. The lecturer believes that all the powerful societies from our past and present collapsed because of internal social decay, and he reports on an apocalyptic period of regression, when our modern democracies will collapse, leading to a 500-year period of war and chaos.
In this fifth book of the series, Wojciechowski highlights his strongly held belief that world leaders up to our times waste time trying to solve social problems by treating each in isolation, without objectivity, and without taking into consideration the interconnections, physical realities, and other constraints in any particular case.
Bohdan W. Wojciechowski was born in Wilno, Poland (now Vilnius, Lithuania) in 1935 and migrated to Scotland as a child, before moving to Canada and earning his PhD in Chemistry. After working in the petroleum industry in the United States, he returned to Canada and taught Chemical Engineering at Queen’s University for more than 30 years, publishing over 170 refered papers in the field of hydrocarbon reactions and more.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will talk about retiring numbers. Frank Kaminsky led the Wisconsin Badgers to back to back Final Four appearances, and is argueably one of the best players, in Badger history. Do you think that they should retire his #44 jersey? Brett Favre is a sure fire NFL Hall of Famer, and the Green Bay Packers have already committed to retiring #4. What game would you like to see them retire his jersey?
Today on The Boochcast, Booch talks about commentating for NWA Atlanta, Princeton Study: U.S. No Longer An Actual Democracy, 10 Things Your Mom Never Told You, Desmond calls in to talk about job applications, Byron Kennedy from KHTK Radio in Sacramento calls in to offer Booch a job, and then Booch and Desmond recap TNA Wrestling.
Woman President,profiling,shooting unarmed Black men, police gone wild, the ugly truth about America. United We Stand, Divided WE FALL! GREED! Red-Blue, Petty Crimes vs Major Crimes, Wrong Convictions, Democracy, The Constitution. Have we become an endangered species? What's next? What's the plan? What's the message? When wil it stop, if it stops. Jim Crow gone bad, overpopulating the prisons gone bad, the war on drugs gone bad, not taking care of Veterans gone bad, Schedule I vs Schedule II drugs gone bad. The American Laws all gone bad. The pharmacy companies, back door deals. Money under the table. Black athletes make the money but moon the communities! No leadership in the communities. Child support laws, visiting your child laws and a host of other things to talk about in the near future of my career.
Is Binge Watching good for you? Is Network TV going the way of the Flintstones? Is there something to be said for having to actually wait for next weeks episode?
This week we talk Cable/Network Television VS. Streaming Platforms like Netflix, Hulu and Online Programming. Special Guest: From the Hilarious Hulu Series QuickDraw, The Original Geico Cavemen himself, John Lehr and from the podcast Hey Watch This, The King of TV, Paul Goebel.
And Cecily McMillan stops in with her bi-weekly Occupy Update.
So tune in Sunday for all The Audio Spoilers we can Instantly Stream Directly into your Impatient Little EarHoles!
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Contary to popular opinion, the US Constitution not only failed to produce a democracy but did not even create a representative democracy. In addition to the exclusion of women, the propertyless, slaves and indentured servants from the right to vote, the original Constitution had built-in protections against democracy, which was just as now was considered then by some to be "tryanny of the majority."
The failure to educate our children about the genuine history of the US and the systematic brainwashing to convince them we live in a democracy has obscured the fact that we could have a much more representative government if we would give up worship of the Founders and abandon the ridiculous notion of "original intent" that suggests the constitution was written on stone tablets and handed down by God.
In this episode, Greg Wasson of Committee for Petition Rights in Oregon discusses how we can create a more representative government and the pros and cons of various ideas.
This show will be rebroadcast on April 11 at 9 AM PST/ 12 PM EST on the Star Com Radio Network.
Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to explain the true costs of corporate control of the US government.
Welcome to a Special Monday Mini-Episode where we ponder the question, "How Gay Is Too Gay To Be Gay Enough To Be Denied Service For Being Gay?" Special Guests: Political Enthusiast and Adult Film Star Sydney Leathers, and Author of the Book "Rule and Ruin" Geoffrey Kabaservice.
So tune in Monday for all the Verbal Discrimination we can State Legislate into your Socially Ostracized EarHoles.
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