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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Les Leopold to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what led him to write the book RUNAWAY INEQUALITY and what he hopes readers are able to take away from it.
Itotezwa rya Dodigeri Munyakazi Leopold n'ibyaha aregwa za Genocide
On this episode of Carson's Corner, we welcome author Les Leopold to the show. Les will discuss his latest book, Runaway Inequality: An Activist's Guide to Economic Justice, which is available at https://www.runawayinequality.org/product/runawayinequality, and will be available at your local book store beginning October 28th.
This book is divided into 4 important parts. (https://www.runawayinequality.org/product/runawayinequality)
Part I: What is the fundamental cause of runaway economic inequality? What has made our economy less fair and left most of us less secure?
• Part II: How does the United States really compare with other major developed countries? How do we stack up on quality of life, health and well-being?
• Part III: What does economic inequality have to do with so many of the critical issues we face, including taxes, debt, education, criminal justice, racism, climate change, foreign trade and war?
• Part IV: What concrete steps can we take to begin building a fair and just society?
In the second hour, Bob and Chris will discuss the rest of the news that matters to the working class here an beyond.
This episode will be insightful, much needed look at economic inquality in the US. Author, Les Leopold will be on the show to talk his new book, Runaway Inequality: An Activist’s Guide to Economic Justice, Les Leopold. He will explain how the present economic system undermines the working class and poor in this country, and how in the long run it's destroying the economy. Runaway Inequality is indeed an activist handback, becuase it explains how capitalist economic system works in laymen's terms, and why there's such a huge economic gap that makes it extremely difficult for most people to reach their fullest potentional.
Belgian King Leopold is responsible for millions of lives being destroyed for personal gain and unmitigated greed. Tune in tonight and learn how severe it was.
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Fascinating interview about the Leopold Mozart Academy.
Join us tonight, Friday, Jan. 7, 2016, at 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The Election Boycott Advocates have a lot to discuss in the second week of the new year. Below is a rundown of topics we will discuss.
1. Obama's crocodile tears over Newtown and the contrast with his murder of more than 150 children in drone strikes in Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen, and bombings in Syria!
2.The OPUS-CIA-VATICAN-NAZI connections! Our frequent guest, member/supporter of the Zeitgeist Movement, is suing the CIA over this matter.
3. Bernie Sanders' imperialism. A recent article by Shamus Cooke of Counterpunch highlights how Bernie Sanders is content with U.S. imperialism and how this affects the working class here and abroad.
4. A few months ago, Les Leopold was on the show to discuss his new book Runaway Inequality. We will discuss CEO vs worker pay and how it is widely condemned; the lack of upwards mobility and how it is perceived between younger and older Americans, and just how well workers have it in other countries compared to the US.
5. The armed right-wing militia seizing federal land in Oregon. What are the implications of this? If these were black protestors, would the response from the state be different?
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Frank interviews the Executive Director of the Leopold Mozart Academy, Ursula Ingolfson. She is also the daughter of renowned writer and poet Franz Fassbind.
The Best in the World Sports Report Episode 30 - What went wrong in Carolina? Where do stand with the Eagles? Is it time for Chip to go? Does he need to take Sam Bradford, Demarco Murray and Jordan Matthews with him? Can you still see this team making the playoffs? And if they did, could they win a game?
The NBA Season kicked off this week? Do you even care? How excited are you to see #CenterCity? Is the prospect of seeing Okafor & Noel together enough to get you excited for the season? Can Golden State repeat as Champs? Or does King James regain his thrown? Basketball producer for NBC Sports, Bill Leopold checks in to discuss.
The eyes of the college football world will be on Philadelphia this week. As undefeated Temple welcomes Notre Dame to South Philly? What does this mean for the Owls. Are they ready for North Philly to be a college football powerhouse? We'll discuss this with the host of the Temple Pre & Post game show for Comcast Sportsnet, Danny Pommells
We talk all this and more on THE BEST IN THE WORLD SPORTS REPORT.
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