Larry Norman: Feed The Poor

Larry Norman (1947-2008)

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Note: replaced video Feb. 3, 2012

on Nov 17, 2011

Larry first reads the words of the song, and talks about the subject, then he sings the song, together with the audience.

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Stories My Old Man Told Me by Daniel N. White

by Daniel N. White
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November 8, 2010

The old man was career military, Air Force, pilot, for 24 or so of the prime years of his life.  He went in the Army Air Forces during Deuce with the burning hard-on to be a fighter pilot, and instead spent the war years stateside as an aerial gunnery instructor for B-17 and B-24 bombers.  His dad might have had something to do with that assignment–he was career Army, made Colonel before the war, and having served through the earlier chapter of German-Inspired Festivities had a better idea of what war was about than his gung-ho teenage sons did, and might have pulled strings to get his sons in a safer assignment than they might have otherwise.  No way of telling now–that’s one of those things that career military do but don’t ever talk about, on either side.

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Pennsylvania to Become ‘Gasland’?

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Fracking up a storm

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TheRealNews | November 08, 2010

Standing on top of one of the world’s largest natural gas fields, some Pennsylvanians prepare to take on their new governor, the gas industry, the famous ‘Halliburton Loophole’, and Karl Rove in order to stop the drilling.

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Produced by Jesse Freeston and Malak Behrouznami.

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The Road Less Traveled – Solutions To Save America by Philip A. Farruggio

by Philip A. Farruggio
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November 8, 2010

To best understand that we now face a situation more like 1877 than we do that of 1929, one must read Michael Bellesiles new book 1877… America’s Year Of Living Violently. We learn how the same factors were in play then as they are now. Wall Street speculative and scandal ridden bubbles left businesses bankrupt, towns boarded up and housing foreclosures rampant. Everyone, except the very very wealthy, was broke financially and spiritually.

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A Recipe For Fascism by Chris Hedges

by Chris Hedges
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November 8, 2010

Graffiti "4 More Years of Fascism"

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American politics, as the midterm elections demonstrated, have descended into the irrational. On one side stands a corrupt liberal class, bereft of ideas and unable to respond coherently to the collapse of the global economy, the dismantling of our manufacturing sector and the deadly assault on the ecosystem. On the other side stands a mass of increasingly bitter people whose alienation, desperation and rage fuel emotionally driven and incoherent political agendas. It is a recipe for fascism.

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Iraq: Toppling a country: From Statue to Legality Part II by Felicity Arbuthnot

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This article and links to other websites may contain words/graphics depicting the reality and horror of war/violence and should only be read/viewed by a mature audience.

by Felicity Arbuthnot
Featured Writer
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crossposted at Global Research
8 November, 2010

“The abused are only Iraqis”, a US General to General Antonio Taguba.

Perhaps the most surprising aspect of the latest, vast cache of documents from Wikileaks, is that anyone was surprised at the revelations. For Iraqis, Afghans and the region, and Iraq and Afghanistan watchers across the globe, countless millions of words have been written and eye witness reports sent since day one of the highly questionable legality of the Afghan invasion the absolute illegality of that of Iraq.

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