This program reports on two(2) topics: The terrible human toll from events in Southern Sudan, and the dangerous effects of government intervention in our private lives. This extends from surveillance of our phones, Internet correspondence, all the way to our actual minds!! Mind control over large populations is documented, as well as possible future convergence of NSA total capture surveillance, combined with HAARP Mind Control technology, both of which exist separately--for now!!
World Food Day presents a 9 part discussion of the danger of Climate Change to our food security, World-Wide. Ray Suarez of PBS, hosts this discussion with many key people that are familiar with the science of climate change, and it's impact on food production.
The US Dept. of Agriculture, in partnership with the FAO (the United Nations Food & and Agriculture Organization), accomplish many programs that enable sustainable agriculture, both here and in other countries. In spite of criticism of USDA as a racist outfit, it still manages somehow, to render much needed credit, even to minorities( although it usually takes a lawsuit!!)
Hunger needs to be combatted, especially when the Tea Party would just as soon see people DIE FROM HUNGER! They've SHOUTED IT OUT AT THEIR "CONFERENCES"!! Learn what we can do to strike at the heart of these evil animals. The Koch Brothers--Koch Industries-should be our target. Ban Ki Moon, General Secretary of the United Nations also speaks about our needed response to World-wide humanitarian disasters.
Carefirst Blue Cross/Blue Shield, is the largest private health insurance company in the Washington Metro area. And it has been since the 1950s, when it was just Blue Cross. Unfortunately, even though it is TECHNICALLY still a non-profit, ostensibly dedicated to the general health welfare of our citizens, the behavior of it's CEO ( who receives mega-bucks for leading a NOT-FOR-PROFIT organization , AND it's Board of Directors belies this beneficent exterior. $268 Million in over-charges is due back to it's customers, but in DC, Carefirst CLAIMS IT ALREADY GAVE THE MONEY BACK, IN SPITE OF ASSERTIONS BY THE DC HEALTH COMMISSIONER TO THE CONTRARY!! Boy, if you just only knew the unbelievable level of corruption going on in Washington DC, the Nation's Capitol!
The United Nations examines how people are forced off their land, or don't even have ANY LAND AT ALL, to even do subsistance farming. Having a decade devoted to Land Reform, has not done a lot to help poor people, especially in India, Bangladesh, Central & South America. This translates to over 1 BILLION people who are landless, and therfore forced to survive in cheap labor economies.
The extreme suffering of refugee women is examined here, as aid is given to these desperate women. The United Nations Specialized Agencies, especially the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees(UNHCR), has won the Nobel Peace Prize-- TWICE!!!- 1951 AND 1978. You will see that, before WW II, there were NO international organizations, except the Red Cross, that did ANYTHING, to help women in the throes of war. This is why the Un MUST be supported!!!
Michelle Rae steps outside the studio doors to explore the streets of Nashville. First stop- the beautiful Sweetbriar Recording Studio. Get a quick glimpse of the studio inside and out, you will get to see more of the studio and meet the owner, Mark Thompson in a future Out & About episode, so keep watching. Michelle then heads back downtown to Layla's Bluegrass Inn on Broadway for some more country tunes from Tom Buller and Just Plain Trouble Band. This time around you will enjoy songs like-Wine Colored Roses, The King is Gone (And So Are You) and Before You Kill Us All.
Refugees International is a long heralded non-governmental humanitarian rescue organization, founded to help refugees survive, regardless of their location. This program covers the South American country of Columbia. Few people realize that Columbia has several MILLION people who are refugees, both internally and externally displaced. Although their situation has improved a tinsy, tiny bit since this program first aired, the causes, and solutions to their dilemma still stand. A surprise for most people, is that Columbia, not Honduras or El Salvador, or even Mexico, has the largest number of Refugees in Central or South America.
Climate Change is causing Extreme drought in Eastern and Southern Africa, as well as in Syria & Iraq. This may explain why so many people had migrated from the countryside to Damascus, several years before the Civil War (possiblhy caused by the US HAARP Program-used against enemies of Israel). This program shows in graphic detail, the suffering and plight of farmers in these areas. Mitigation is very possible, but must rely on the good auspices of the International Community, who are presently ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL!!!
South Sudan, a new country less than 5 years old, is in the grip of a famine, . 6 million people are facing famine conditions, as determined by the UN. Civil war is the main reason, although exacerbated by severe drought. Major media refuse to cinsistently cover this. The UN Secretary General says the next 3 weeks, to a month, could be the most critical.Call your media and TELL THEM TO COVER THESE 4 FAMINES!!
A frightening near-death experience led Patt Lind-Kyle, author of "Heal Your Mind, Rewire Your Brain", to wonder what happens to the mind during the dying process. Her explorations led to writing a new book "Embracing the End of Life." She invites readers to prepare now — for living with less stress each day as well as during the dying process. She covers legal and practical issues, and the important choice of caregivers while you’re dying. Her primary focus is on cultivating now the consciousness that you’ll be in while dying — what she calls the “expanded self.”
April 4, 2017, 6-8 p.m. Busboys and Poets, 5th and K Streets NW, Washington, D.C. An event to mark 100 years since the United States entered World War I, and 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous speech against war. A new movement to end all war is growing. Part 1 Speakers: Michael Kazin, professor of history at Georgetown University, author of War Against War: The American Fight for Peace 1914-1918. Eugene Puryear, journalist, activist, radio host, and author of Shackled and Chained: Mass Incarceration in Capitalist America. Medea Benjamin, cofounder of CODEPINK, author of books including Kingdom of the Unjust: Behind the U.S.-Saudi Connection. Reiner Braun, peace activist based in Germany, co-president International Peace Bureau, Executive Director of the Germany office of the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms.
In part 2 of the documentary, five travel writers describe how Cuba changed from the early 1990s when, after the demise of Cuba's financial benefactor, the government of Fidel Castro began to look to tourism to bolster the country's sagging economy and American tourists began to visit the island once again.
Part 1 of "Cuba, Libre?" shows Cuba as an glamorous tropical tourist destination in the years before Fidel Castro led a revolution that ousted the government of Fulgencio Batista which had been favorable to the U.S., and replaced it with a Communist government that was allied with America's nemesis, the Soviet Union.
Film noir and spy films of the mid-20th century were a staple of both movie and television entertainment. "The White Bag: A Film Noir Spy Spoof" takes a look at some of those classic films and introduces a modern-day, tongue-in-cheek "take" on them as our hero, the "Ace of Spies," tries to protect Planet Earth from destruction at the hands of evil-doers, followed by a "making of" segment which explains how this latest in a line of such films was produced.
Singer-songwriter and guitarist Dana Lyons’ lyrics can be darn funny and downright moving. He sings passionately from his love of the Earth. This show opens with Dana’s rich deep voice singing his signature “Cows with Guns.” Listen closely to the hilarious lyrics! He talks about stopping coal trains in his own Pacific Northwest community, as well as protecting salmon among the native people in Alaska and orcas in the Salish Sea. This musician-activist uses song, humor, ballads and stories to urge people to protect their communities, economies and environments. Don’t miss his singing one of Janaia’s favorites at the end, “Salmon Come Home.” His extensive tour schedule, music videos, and songs free for the listening are at cowswithguns.com.
Governor Cuomo stated that clean and affordable power should be available to New Yorkers regardless of zip code or income. This is not happening, Solar energy is being reserved for those who can afford to put up thousands of dollars, and this is not fair! We need to fight for equity in solar policy.
Citizens Commission on Human Rights: Marketing of Madness Part 3 - Side Effects and Clinical Trial Fraud
If many lawsuits have proven psychiatric drugs to be ineffective and harmful, how did the drugs get to the market for FDA-approved and off-label usage in the first place? This eye-opening film exposes the massive clinical trial fraud and statistical manipulations involved.
Angel Talk 411 EP 2 This show is speaking about some of the angels, and also the different ways we can use in connecting with the angels. Peg Jones and Lisa Mastrocola, introduce these ideas to the viewers.
Asher Stern and Our Satori is featured in this episode of American Songwriter. Asher Stern on guitar and vocals, Aaron Glass, bass, and Mike Pinette, cajon. Becky Sanders hosts.
“The faster you go in the beginning, the more milk you get. Beginning milkers have a rough time because of this.” Alexandra King, co-owner of Inspiration Farm shows how she milks the family cow, Buttercup. A stall holds the Jersey cow in place while being milked.
This presentation by Jon B. Johansen, Publisher and Editor of "Maine Coastal New" and director of International Marine Library was given at the Annual History Conference of the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport Maine on October 22, 2011. The title of the conference was: Maine Boats & Builders-Old Ways & New
This week, episode 19 of What's Left takes (for the most part) a break from the hopes and pains of the world to note our 6th anniversary: The first episode of the show, then called Left Side of the Aisle (which went 261 episodes before I finally got fed up with the assumption that I am an establishment, partisan Democrat and changed the name), was recorded on April 20, 2011.
Mark Lowery, Climate Policy Analyst in DEC Office of Climate Change, will describe anticipated future effects, the level of greenhouse gas emissions, reductions needed to avoid catastrophic effects, New York State climate change programs in the context of international and federal efforts, and the state's support for municipalities that wish to reduce emissions and adapt to unavoidable effects of climate change.
So you think that stone artifact is an arrowhead. Think again. Lenny Murphy, a member of the Maine Archaeological Society, discusses his theory of how many projectile points were really used. Wayne Shedd joins Lenny as they discuss how that arrowhead is really a "finger tool."
This week, Episode 18 of What's Left has Good News about advancing the cause of tuition-free college, a cavalcade of Clowns, offers evidence that militarism has been unleashed as national policy, and more! What's Left is news and commentary from the perspective of the radical nonviolent American left. The aim is to rouse and inspire, to promote action by putting events into an ethical context. Because we aim to be contemporary, usually only the last several episodes will be available here. For information about earlier ones, leave a message here or at my personal email of firstname.lastname@example.org.
Octavian Hallow presents Tod Browning's 1932 "Freaks" with a "Bitz n Pieces" and "EEE-Mail" segments and a warning not to make fun of the little people in the film. An episode of "The Andy Griffith Horror Show" is also featured for horrified laughs.
This week, episode 11 of What's Left considers what faces us, celebrates resistance, and updates and reprises our "Rules of Rightwing Debate" to "inoculate ourselves against the sea of nonsense in which others will try to drown us," which is a really lovely mixed metaphor.
Yemen is one of Four (4) nations in the World, currently facing a FAMINE. Famines are considerably worse than just sporadic starvation, if you can believe that. This famine is caused exclusively by the war being forced on Yemenby it's rich,large neighbor, Saudi Arabia. Using US weapons and US military advisors and logistical support,Saudi Arabia has driven Yemen to the brink of annihilation, by means of a famine, enforced by a land and sea blockade.
Host and returning guest Michael Sonnleitner talk about sanctuary, it's past history, and it's use today. Guest cited today's immigration brouhaha in America with Trump as a great example of the ongoing need for sanctuary today. Guest is always a delight to interview.
World Champion Nail Artistry - Tina Panariello The Tears, The Triumph and The Truth of The Matter Being The Best Take's Time, Practice & Determination Just keep filing away at the rough edges ... Keep Asking Questions
Derrick Jensen reflects on the bird and frog songs he loves, and the richness of longtime relationships with natural places where one lives. By contrast, and especially in cities, our sensory input is largely mediated by machines (computers, television, radio, cars, etc.) Being surrounded only by human input, it can be very easy to forget there’s a real world — the natural world not created and controlled by humans. In his latest book "The Myth of Human Supremacy", he notes that unquestioned assumptions are the real authorities in a culture. “We often hear that evolution itself is based on competition, that it’s ruthless, it’s survival of the fittest, the meanest, the most capitalist, the most abusive. If you believe that, it’ll cause you to act in that fashion.” By contrast, Derrick asks us to consider, “how do you think the world got to be so wild and fecund and beautiful in the first place? Obviously it has been built up…. Every salmon living and dying makes the forest a better place by its life and death…. How do YOU make the world a better place?” [derrickjensen.org]
The Gypsies - A Short History A brief history of the Gypsies, from their transfer from India to Persia, to the present day. Tags: Gypsies, India, Persia, Mid East, Europe
Our Kid's Rule Reporter - Camila, interviews Face/Body Painter Artist Judy Tyler of Our Creative Imagining's And received tips just for "you" on how to get the perfect look, for a Summer filled with Festivals!
"Loose Painting in Oils" - Artists and non artists alike will enjoy watching Carol Hallock paint beautiful live oak trees, a picket fence and shadows as she makes it seem incredibly easy and fast. Watch as Carol Hallock paints with easy to learn demonstrations for beginning to advanced painters. Techiniques are demonstrated showing how to develop a loose stroke, stop sweating the details and using contrast, color and composition to achieve maximum "OOOMPH".
Mary Had a Little Lamb: Preschoolers and their caregivers will laugh watching the puppet, Candy, recite Mary Had a Little Lamb while being interrupted by puppets, Calvin and Steve. Then watch as the puppets sing this classic nursery rhyme.
The USS Thresher was built at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. The piece contains footage of Portsmouth NH then and now, the Shipyard itself and the Piscataqua River she called home. Also included are interviews with designers, sub sailors, civilians and family members. 129 families spread across America were affected by this tragic tale.
Kamala Lopez, producer of "Equal Means Equal" and advocate of the Equal Rights Amendment, discusses the film with Cathy Reisenwitz of Sex and the State.
Trump's pro-billionaire agenda and plans to wage war on the environment, deport three million immigrants, undermine public sector unions, and nominate a reactionary Supreme Court justice are not just idle threats. Yet the neoliberal leaders of the Democratic Party cannot stop Trump now, anymore than during the election. How can we build powerful mass movements capable of decisively defeating the right and providing a real alternative for ordinary working people, immigrants, LGBTQ people and youth? Can the Democratic Party be reformed, or does the left need to build independently?
Scott McPherson of the Future of Freedom Foundation discusses his new book Freedom and Security: The Second Amendment and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms with PhD candidate James Hedrick.
Scott McPherson of the Future of Freedom Foundation discusses his new book Freedom and Security: The Second Amendment and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms with PhD candidate James Hedrick.
"Tech Throwback" is the show that takes a look at techno trends from way back when. On this special Nintendo-themed episode, we'll check out the following pieces of vintage tech: -Nintendo Entertainment System w/ "Top Gun", "Star Wars", "Batman: Return Of The Joker" & "Tecmo Bowl" games -Galoob Game Genie for NES (tested with "Robocop" game)
On this show, Jack and Financial Advisor, John Gregorio, talk about “Green Investing”, a growing category for those who are interested in investing in companies which are making a profit while also conducting business in a way that takes into account sound environmental, social, and governance practices.
"Tech Throwback" is the show that takes a look at techno trends from way back when. On this episode, we'll check out the following pieces of vintage tech: -Casio VL-1 Calculator/Musical Keyboard -Tandy Color Computer 3 -Atari Joystick Controller TV Video Game System
Winner Best Gospel Album - Lecrae - Gravity Winner Best Bluegrass Album - Steep Canyon Rangers Nominated Best Dance Electronica Album - Deadmau5 Nominated Best New Artist - The Lumineers Nominated Best Country Album - Jamey Johnson Nominated Best Traditional R&B Performance - Gregory Porter
The film focuses on behind-the-scenes first person perspectives from the Presidential election of 2004 - plus revealing stories from other key races, beginning in 2000 through the present.
Episode 3 takes a tour through the Hall of Human Origins in the Smithsonian Natural History Museum located in Washington, DC where we visit some ancient precursors to modern humans that have been discovered in recent years. What we find is a continuum of humanity that began with bipedalism 6 million years ago culminating in modern humans today.
Host Hector Montalvo speaks with Joe ureneck and Donald Swarz in part two of how the system can get away with denying you due process. We ask the questions, bring you their response, and we let you decide.