• 01:55

    Untold History of the U.S. – Interview with Peter Kuznick

    in History

    This week on SOTT Talk Radio we’re speaking with Peter Kuznick, Professor of History and Director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University in Washington, DC. Kuznick received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University in 1984 and was active in the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam War movements. He is author and co-author of several books on the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the use of nuclear power, and the Cold War.


    Kuznick and Oliver Stone co-authored the 10-part documentary film series and book – The Untold History of the United States – which explores some of the under-reported and darkest parts of American 20th century history using little known documents and newly uncovered archival material.


    We are going to explore with Professor Kuznick the creation of the U.S. National Security State during WW2, the real reasons behind the Cold War and the decision to drop atomic bombs on Japan, and the side-lining of ‘the man who would be president’, Henry Wallace.


    We hope you'll join us from 2-4pm EST (11am-1pm PST / 8-10pm CET) this Sunday, August 17th 2014

  • 00:15

    Designer Babies

    in Science

    This week on Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson, Stephanie takes on science, the field of genetics and the current dilemma regarding its ethics and limitations. Has the time come when parents will be able to pick and choose the characteristics of our yet-to-be-born babies? Do such modern scientific advancements represent progress or a threat to humanity? Are we playing God?


    Joining us to sort out some of these challenging questions is Enola Aird, an activist mother and founding director of Mothers for a Human Future; Dr. Keith Crawford, a physician-scientist and Chief Medical Officer at Parcell Laboratories; and Dr. Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director of the Center for Genetics and Society. Together we will discuss just how far our science has gone and should go, as well as the implications for society and for our very humanity itself.


    It is time to gather at the Roundtable as Stephanie Robinson delivers hot topics, deep talk and a little bit of uplift. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson...pull up a chair.

  • 00:31

    Designer Babies

    in Science

    This week on Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson, Stephanie takes on science, the field of genetics and the current dilemma regarding its ethics and limitations. Has the time come when parents will be able to pick and choose the characteristics of our yet-to-be-born babies? Do such modern scientific advancements represent progress or a threat to humanity? Are we playing God?


    Joining us to sort out some of these challenging questions is Enola Aird, an activist mother and founding director of Mothers for a Human Future; Dr. Keith Crawford, a physician-scientist and Chief Medical Officer at Parcell Laboratories; and Dr. Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director of the Center for Genetics and Society. Together we will discuss just how far our science has gone and should go, as well as the implications for society and for our very humanity itself.


    It is time to gather at the Roundtable as Stephanie Robinson delivers hot topics, deep talk and a little bit of uplift. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson...pull up a chair.

  • 00:31

    A conversation with Enola Aird, President,Community Healing

    in Lifestyle

    Join us on Saturdy, October 15, at 10:00 AM (EDT) for a conversation with Enola Aird, President of the Community Healing Network.  Ms. Aird will share  the history of the  organization  whose mission it is to debunk the tmyth of Black Inferiority.
    She will also discuss the sinificance of wearing Sky Blue on Community Healing Days October14-16.

  • 00:31

    Designer Babies

    in Science

    This week on Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson, Stephanie takes on science, the field of genetics and the current dilemma regarding its ethics and limitations. Has the time come when parents will be able to pick and choose the characteristics of our yet-to-be-born babies? Do such modern scientific advancements represent progress or a threat to humanity? Are we playing God?


    Joining us to sort out some of these challenging questions is Enola Aird, an activist mother and founding director of Mothers for a Human Future; Dr. Keith Crawford, a physician-scientist and Chief Medical Officer at Parcell Laboratories; and Dr. Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director of the Center for Genetics and Society. Together we will discuss just how far our science has gone and should go, as well as the implications for society and for our very humanity itself.


    It is time to gather at the Roundtable as Stephanie Robinson delivers hot topics, deep talk and a little bit of uplift. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson...pull up a chair.

  • 01:01

    TahneeTalk!#122: Find Your Life Purpose! (Alice Aird Replay)

    in Self Help



    This is a replay of one of our best episodes, where Tahnee chatted with Alice Aird, who is a True Purpose Coach and founder of the Empathy Foundation. 

    Alice gave some great tips for how YOU can find your true life purpose by connecting with your Trusted Source and melting away resistance from your Ego. Very interesting stuff! 


    Alice also shared her own life purpose, which is to spread the understanding of EMPATHY in our world, particularly empathy towards children. She shared some fascinating insights about the power of giving more empathy to children and how that would completely transform our entire society. A great episode!


    Tahnee Woolf's hilarious and profound weekly radio show is like a good push-up bra... it uplifts you, expands you and helps you like yourself more!" 

     

    Want to know more? Go to www.tahneetalk.com

     

    Consciousness, Spirituality, Self Help, Personal Developm

  • 00:30

    The Unfinished Business of the Civil Rights Movement

    in Lifestyle

    This week on Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson, Stephanie takes on some of the unfinished business of the civil rights movement by questioning the emotional and psychological legacy of this remarkable historical period and how it relates to current self-perceptions of the modern-day Black community.  Did our strategic quest for political and legal equality neglect our need for psychological liberation? Did we push so hard to be equal with the majority group that we psychologically undermined our own unique value and beauty as a people?
    Joining us to sort this out is former Tuskegee mayor Omar Neal, activist mother and lawyer Enola Aird, and psychologist Dr. Daryl Rowe. Together we will discuss this issue of emotional emancipation and its ongoing connection with our quest for civil rights.
     It is time to gather at the Roundtable as Stephanie Robinson delivers hot topics, deep talk and a little bit of uplift. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson... pull up a chair.

  • 00:09

    NEW MUSIC INFERNO W/ ACE ENDERS!!

    in Music

    ACE ENDERS - LEAD SINGER/SONGWRITER FOR THE EARLY NOVEMBER & I CAN MAKE A MESS LIKE NOBODY'S BUSINESS...NEW THE EARLY NOVEMBER ALBUM "IN CURRENTS" & NEW I CAN MAKE A MESS LIKE NOBODY'S BUSINESS "ENOLA" OUT NOW...CHECK OUT MUSIC, DATES & MORE @ www.theearlynovembermusic.net & www.icanmakeamess.net

  • 00:40

    The Boston Act of 2013

    in Politics Conservative

    Tonights broadcast is dedicated In Loving Memory of :
    Paul Tibbets who was a brigadier general in the United States Air Force, best known for being the pilot of the Enola Gay (named for his mother), the first aircraft to drop an atomic bomb in the history of warfare. The bomb, code-named Little Boy, was dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. He was 92. Paul Tibbets was selected for bombing Japan When the operation was in development stage there were two main candidates for this mission; Brigadier General Frank Armstrong and Colonel Roscoe Wilson. Both very qualified men. However, Paul Tibbets had an advantage over them. He had experience in strategic bombing obtained while bombing German cities. He had served as the personal pilot of Dwight D. Eisenhower. He was as well a very experienced B-29 pilot making him an ideal candidate. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Tibbets -- Show Tpic -- Does anybody know what The ( Boston ) Marathon Act is? Well you will soon as something we know is in the works to prevent another HORRIBLE bombing like Monday in Boston. The answer is WE NEED MORE HOMELAND Employees as well as NOW STATES also need Dept. of state security reporting to the The Federal Government. Air Traffic for the first time since 9/11 in Boston has been shut down by The Government itself in order to conduct their investigation and catch those responsable for the bombing and HORRIBLE TRAGEDY. Tonight during the next several days and weeks we will again see the WORLD FAMOUS FBI & Homeland taking over locals and running the show. Their pledge & recomendation on how to preevent another will be as easy to perdict as TRUST us more and we will protect you. TONIGHT CPT will cover this story from the start of the race to the ending of horror. Call in or join us in chat.

  • 01:11

    Military Author Radio

    in Books

    MILITARY AUTHOR RADIO 1ST YEAR ANNIVERSARY
      DECEMBER 16, 2012 GUEST:  WWII VETERAN ARTIST 
    HAL OLSEN  AUTHOR OF UP AN’ ATOM
    A young Navy enlisted man, Hal Olsen, had a personal connection with two aircraft making the atomic bomb runs on Japan.  He painted B-29s—Enola Gay and Bockscar on Tinian Island after they returned from their historic mission. 
    Hal Olsen studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Art and has won numerous awards.  His works are held in private and permanent museum collections, including the U.S. Navy; Museum of New Mexico,-Santa Fe; Roswell Museum, Roswell, New Mexico; and the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory Science Museum, Los Alamos New Mexico.  He also served on the State Art Council and the Artist Advisor Commission of the Museum of New Mexico.
    His many awards include the Prix de Paris he received in 1961 at the Duncan Gallery in Paris, France and first Prize for his exhibit in the World Wide Nuclear Art Exhibition, Washington D.C.
    Visit www.patriotmediainc.com for more information about Up an' Atom author Hal Olsen
     
     

  • 00:56

    Reprogramming our DNA, with Kishori Aird

    in Spirituality

    Once we work on ourselves by reprogramming and reactivating our DNA, where does this take us? "The ultimate destiny of women and men is ascension," Aird writes. And it is ultimately this ascension that all this reprogramming is preparing us for. As we awaken all 13 of our helix DNA, our body gradually turns to light as it ascends cell by cell and organ by organ.

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