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mmflint on Mar 5, 2011
(Video by Riley Moore)
“Contrary to what those in power would like you to believe so that you’ll give up your pension, cut your wages, and settle for the life your great-grandparents had, America is not broke. Not by a long shot. The country is awash in wealth and cash. It’s just that it’s not in your hands. It has been transferred, in the greatest heist in history, from the workers and consumers to the banks and the portfolios of the uber-rich.” — Michael Moore
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NzoneTonight on Aug 12, 2009
TX 6 Aug 2009
Our guest is one of the most well-known international singer/songwriters from the infamous music culture of the sixties.
Barry McGuire was known for his distinctive gravel voice and his performances with groups such as the New Christy Minstrels – and also for the iconic hit, Eve of Destruction.
On a recent visit to this country, he took the time to ‘drop in’ and hang out with our Rob Holding
March 5, 2011
Book Review: World On the Edge
The influential and integrative thinker, Lester R. Brown’s recently published new book comes with an intriguing title, World On The Edge–How to Prevent Environmental and Economic Collapse (Norton Books 2011). Brown has published various books and received numerous awards and heads The Earth policy Institute.
By Timothy V. Gatto
March 5, 2011
I wrote an article that ran on a few different websites entitled “Another Corporate-Inspired War?”. I received some information about Libya and some facts about Col. Gadhafi from a few of my readers. I have no way of completely fact-checking all of this information and so initially I wasn’t going to write about all of the information I received. After I watched a number of news shows about Libya and saw that very few of them were trying to show an objective outlook on Gadhafi or on Libya, I decided that another perspective really needed to be presented to the American people. I have decided to write on the information presented to me and let the readers of this article make their own judgment on the information presented.