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Hosted this week by Gareth Davies, Ben Emlyn-Jones, Joe Dunn and Reeves Cooke
Some of the topics discussed on this weeks show:
1. TV News Crew Shot Dead
2. Deputy Gunned Down While Pumping Gas
3. Americans Flocking to Iraq and Syria to Fight ISIS
4. Wal-Mart Dropping Assault Rifles Over Sales
5. England bans smoking in cars with children
And so much more!
Until Next Week, Peace Out Humans…
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As part of our double episode extravaganza, Paul Kimball joins us for an extensive recap of Nova Scotia’s East Coast ParaCon.
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Grant F. Smith, director of research at the Institute for Research, Middle Eastern Policy, discusses why Israel’s nuclear weapons are finally a topic of conversation in the US media and government; and the secret federal gag order that keeps government employees quiet about Israeli nukes.
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PsiOp Radio Returns with Live Interview of Ted Rall About LAPD / LA-Times Firing
Frederick Theodore “Ted” Rall III (born August 26, 1963) is an American columnist, syndicated editorial cartoonist, and author. His political cartoons often appear in a multi-panel comic-strip format and frequently blend comic-strip and editorial-cartoon conventions. The cartoons appear in approximately 100 newspapers around the United States. He was President of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists from 2008 to 2009.
Rall draws three editorial cartoons a week for syndication, draws illustrations on a freelance basis, writes a weekly syndicated column, and edits the Attitude series of alternative cartooning anthologies and spin-off collections by up-and-coming cartoonists. He writes and draws cartoons for the website anewdomain.net and is the editor-in-chief of the satirical news website skewednews.net.
He is an award-winning graphic novelist and the author of non-fiction books about domestic and international current affairs. He also travels to and writes about Central Asia, a region he believes to be pivotal to U.S. foreign policy concerns. In November 2001 he went to Afghanistan as a war correspondent for The Village Voice and KFI Radio in Los Angeles. He returned to Afghanistan in August 2010, traveling independently and unembedded throughout the country, filing daily “cartoon blogs” by satellite.
- Ted Rall talks with UpRising with Sonali … August 27th, 2015
Mike Lynch: “Who will the police or the politicians come after next? What editor will they convince to not only fire another cartoonist or writer — but also publicly humiliate them with a damning editorial in their publication? This kind of collusion of power to go after creative people is not tolerable and not what this country is about.”
- Cartoonist Ousted By Los Angeles Times Speaks Out – July 30, 2015
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- Mothman Festival – September 19th/20th, 2015
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- MUFON Symposium – September 24th-27th, 2015
- Original Texas Bigfoot Conference – October 10th, 2015
- New Mexico UFO Conference – October 17th, 2015
Rio Rancho, New Mexico
- 2015 Secret Space Conference – October 31st & November 1st, 2015
Austin / Bastrop, Texas
- Austin Zine Fest – November 14th, 2015
- International Cryptozoology Museum Conference – January 4th-6th, 2016
St. Augustine, Florida
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Sam Husseini, the communications director for the Institute for Public Accuracy, discusses Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’s “screwy Mideast strategy” and the rest of his barely-articulated foreign policy.
Sheldon Richman, chairman of the Center for a Stateless Society, discusses the historical roots of libertarian class analysis and why it shouldn’t be conflated with Karl Marx’s well known writings on class conflict.
Reese Erlich, author of Inside Syria: The Back Story of Their Civil War and What the World Can Expect, discusses his recent visit to Iran where he learned that most Iranian Jews support the nuclear deal and disagree with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s denunciations.
Mike Swanson, author of The War State and founder of Wall Street Window, discusses the recent stock market turmoil and why the Fed might not be able to bail out investors this time around.