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Kelven Campbell has written a book, Massive Small Change, that is destined to become a classic, in same class as the book Small is Beautiful. We had such a good first article that we went on and did a second hour. This is the second hour.
Kelven Campbell has written a book, Massive Small Change, that is destined to become a classic, in same class as the book Small is Beautiful. We had such a good first article that we went on and did a second hour. This is the first hour.
I wanted to interview to talk about what happens to people in congress who criticize or ask questions about Israel. . AIPAC and her history with them she was stalked Truths about congress AOC, Omar, Tlaib? Advice to them Rohinga
Jun 10, 2019 3
Glen Ford: Democrats and the Duopoly
Black Agenda Report Executive Editor Glen Ford. We discuss: Two corporate parties Duopoly capitalists; role in Black America Black community response to politics"based on fear Chris Hughes call for breakup of Facebook. Discussing Platform monopolies. Need to cause the decline of capitalism and imperialism Progressivism is declining"since dying of antiwar movement. Sanders and AOC Democrats Liberals Blacks and Biden
I discuss the book The New Authoritarianism: Trump, Populism, and the Tyranny of Experts, with the author, Salvatore Babones
May 13, 2019 1
How Tech is Massively Transforming Politics: Jamie Suskind
Jamie Suskind is a barrister, a past Fellow of Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet an Society and author of the book, Future Politics; Living Together in a World Transformed by Tech. We discuss how tech is transforming the way we see, think, and approach politics.
Apr 22, 2019
The Comic Hero's Journey
Steve Kaplan is the author of The Comic Hero’s Journey. We discuss the difference between the dramatic hero's journey and the comic hero's journey.
Silvia Federici Re-Enchanting the World: Feminism and the Politics of the Commons
Carol Gilligan is a writer, activist, NY University professor, and the author of In A Different Voice, one of the most influential feminist books of all time. Naomi Snider is a research fellow at NYU, and founder of NYU’s Radical Listenting Project They’ve co-authored the book, Why Does Patriarchy Persist?
Two experts on single payer, medicare-for-all discuss and debunk some of the common attacks and false claims made by critics. Wendell Potter is the founder of Tarbell.org, an investigative news site and he is president of the Business initiative for health policy. Chuck Pennacchio is a history professor at University of the Arts, Phila. and he is coordinator of Single Payor State Network.
Former assistant Treasury Secretary Paul Craig Roberts basically says that government has been taken over by corporations and lobbyists. We have to deal with government with that realization. He discusses the fed, single payer healthcare, money in elections, externalities , and more
an Hughes is the author of Disordered Minds; How Dangerous Personalities are Destroying Democracy He's a research fellow at the Environmental Research Institute at University College, Cork, Ireland. His blog, disorderedworld.com focuses on dangerous personality disorders and their consequences.
I met Paul Hetznecker when he represented protesters at an event OpEdNews covered, and our photographer was arrested for doing her job.
The old way to get PR was to pay a high priced PR agency to book you on shows. The bottom-up revolution has changed that. Now, people can do what previously only PR agencies could do. Steve Harrison is an expert who teaches people how to do it.
John Noakes, an internationally known scholar on the policing of political protests, is chair of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice. In addition to the policing of protests, Professor Noakes has also published research on the origins of the FBI and FBI surveillance of Hollywood in the 1940s. At Arcadia he teaches courses on Social Theory, Social Movements, Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
A wide ranging conversation, starting with the fact that among people born after 2000, White, non LatinX Europeans are a minority. So we discuss what it's like when a majority becomes a minority. Then we get into talking about Trans life and laws in the US and India. In India, Hijras are treated better than Gays.
Stellan Vinthagen is a scholar-activist seeking to undermine white supremacist, capitalist, militarist, hetero-patriarchy I met Stellan at the Peace and Justice Studies Conference, where I was also a presenter.
Repeat guest Pulitzer Prize and Emmy winning Chris Hedges, was a NYTimes foreign correspondent for 15 years. He’s a columnist for Truthdig and His new book is America: The Farewell Tour
Dec 18, 2018
Jai Sen: The Movement of Movements
Jai Sen is an architect and editor of the two volume book set, The Movements of Movements’ He is also the editor of Interrogating Empires
Maxim Pozdorovkin has directed multiple documentaries, including Capital, p*ssy Riot: A Punk Prayer, The Notorious Mr. Bout, Our New President and his most recent, now available on HBO, The Truth About Killer Robots. We explore how automation, AI, and robots are diminishing our humanity, not just killing jobs
Self-Publishing; The Bottom-up Route to Getting Published With Steven Spatz of Bookbaby Self publishing is the bottom-up way to get published. I talk with the CEO of one of the leading Self-publishing service companies.
Lisa Yaszek is an expert on women in Science fiction, and wrote the chapter on time travel for James Cameron's book, The Story of Science Fiction
Curated Stories; The Uses and Misuses of Storytelling In a way, Fernandez's book describes the gentrification of stories"just as neighborhoods are taken over, exploited and homogenized for profit, usually starting out with introduction of the arts, the world of story is going through a similar gentrification process that is exploiting stories using them, through a process of curation.
Ray McGovern, in his inimitable style, brings his rich history and experience to discuss Russia, Trump, Impeachment, the 25th amendment, Democrats, Israel, Syria and more.
Aug 18, 2018
Revolution of the Heart; Interview with Terry Patten
Terry Patten is an old friend who has continually reinvented and evolved himself. We talk about his new book, which envisions what amounts to a new way of being, a new stage of human evolution and a new nation.
Paul returns to get down to discuss some hot topics. We find agreement and disagreement.
Jul 30, 2018 14
Anti-Zionism vs. Anti-Semitism; a conversation with Donna Nevel
People or organizations who criticize Israel or Zionism are being accused of anti-Semitism. Zionism is an ideology, not a religion. There are even efforts to punish speech which criticizes Israel or Zionism. This is a discussion between a jewish activist and a Jewish radio host, challenging labels of Anti-Semitism because people criticize Israel or Zionism or advocate for BDS.
Self publishing is the bottom-up way to get published. I talk with the CEO of one of the leading Self-publishing service companies
Michael Rivage-Seul has written a brilliant, must read, illuminating book that builds an incredible base of ideas and ways to analyze today's world. We spend an hour talking about the history of privatization, the women's holocaust.
Bernie Sanders' campaign manager discusses his new book, How Bernie Won, and we discuss how Bernie applied his thinking about Bottom-up.
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