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The Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show Podcast

Socialist Presidential Candidate Stewart Alexander

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Socialist Party USA has been around since 1973.
Eugene Debs as a candidate representing the party, creating an influence that has lasted over 100 years.

Capitalism does not work for working people today. We can see that for the growing movement of Occupy Wall Street and the numbers of unemployed.

What is Socialism? What are common misconceptions?

All the failures we see in Washington are a result of the two corporate parties and corporations.

Socialism-- workers should control means and resources of society.

We see Washington today, they are re-writing the constitution.

free education should be available to all students.

We need to be able to control our government, our resources, based on taking care of human needs rather than protecting corporate.

In 1930's in the US we used different aspects of socialism to rebuild the USA.

Socialism is not perfect but it offers better tools that work for the benefit of our society.

Socialist countries-- south america-- Venezuela, Cuba--
Cuba is socialist under a dictatorship.

What would the US look like as a socialist nation?

What would you have Obama do that would move the US towards socialist values?

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Rob Kall is editor-in-chief, publisher and site architect of, President of Futurehealth, Inc, and an inventor. He hosts the Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show, aired in the Metro Philly area on AM 1360, WNJC. Over 200 podcasts are archived for downloading here, or can be accessed from iTunes. Rob is also published regularly on the

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Rob is, with the first media winner of the Pillar Award for supporting Whistleblowers and the first amendment.

See more Rob Kall articles here and, older ones, here. To learn more about Rob and, check out A Voice For Truth - ROB KALL | OM Times Magazine and this article. For Rob's work in non-political realms mostly before 2000, see his C.V..  and here's an article on the Storycon Summit Meeting he founded and organized for eight years. Press coverage in the Wall Street Journal: Party's Left Pushes for a Seat at the Table

Here is a one hour radio interview where Rob was a guest- on Envision This, and here is the transcript. 

To watch Rob having a lively conversation with John Conyers, then Chair of the House Judiciary committee, click hereWatch Rob speaking on Bottom up economics at the Occupy G8 Economic Summit, here.

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the distinction becomes more vague with socialism,... by molly cruz on Thursday, Dec 15, 2011 at 7:30:58 PM
Come on!  The party only has about a thousand... by David McCorquodale on Friday, Dec 16, 2011 at 8:30:11 AM
Dear Mr. Anderson, You are either the braves... by Jim Miller on Friday, Dec 16, 2011 at 2:01:07 PM