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Environmental Activists Discuss Climate March & What's Next?

September 20, 2014

Green Shadow Cabinet Federal Reserve Chair, Jack Rasmus, welcomes environmental activists, Michael Rubin and Glenn Turner, to discuss Sunday's major environment movement event, the demonstration in New York City and elsewhere in the USA (and globally) advocating the need for reducing global green house gas emissions to avoid a coming global environmental catastrophe. 

This is the Israeli Military Calling: Civilizing War Has Failed

July 24, 2014
Gaza

Probably the biggest news story of 1928 was the war-making nations of the world coming together on August 27th and legally outlawing war.  It's a story that's not told in our history books, but it's not secret CIA history.  There was no CIA.  There was virtually no weapons industry as we know it.  There weren't two political parties in the United States uniting in support of war after war.  In fact, the four biggest political parties in the United States all backed abolishing war.

Cue whining, polysyllabic screech: "But it didn't wooooooooork!"

U.S. Conference of Mayors Adopts Bold New Resolution Calling for Constructive Good

July 7, 2014
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson

Faith U.S. Participation in International Nuclear Disarmament Forums; Commends Marshall Islands for bringing lawsuits against U.S. and 8 other Nuclear-Armed States.

Green Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Nuclear Affairs, Jackie Cabasso, reports on the U.S. Conference of Mayors sweeping new resolution Calling for Constructive Good Faith U.S. Participation in International Nuclear Disarmament Forums at its 82nd annual meeting in Dallas, Texas.

Shadow Banking II: Behind China's Growing Financial Instability

July 3, 2014

Dr. Jack Rasmus continues his analysis of the growing influence and instability in the global shadow banking system, including a look at the major role being played by shadow banks in China today. The show concludes with an indepth look at the -2.9% decline in first quarter US GDP, debunking the mainstream view that the -2.9% was due to the ‘weather’. 

Courage: Showing Solidarity With Whistleblowers and Defending Our Right to Know

June 28, 2014
Sarah Harrison

An interview with Sarah Harrison - British journalist, legal researcher, and WikiLeaks Investigation Editor and close adviser to Julian Assange. Harrison accompanied National Security Agency whistleblower, Edward Snowden, on a high-profile flight from Hong Kong to Moscow while he was sought by the United States government. 

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