IMPORTANT: WATCH THIS VIDEO BEFORE YOU LISTEN TO THE PODCAST (or at least before you get 35 minutes into it)
Roger Waters making a profound and original social statement (JK)
Here’s Neil Young complaining about capitalism and Monsanto as he makes something like $2 million an hour singing to 90,000 people sitting on a beautifully manicured lawn…
I couldn’t find The Who song with the historical images but here’s a good song 🙂
My thoughts on GMOs:
Great book on the military intelligence roots of Rock ‘n Roll: Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon
See also, Manufacturing the Dead Head
Andrew Fletcher: “If a man were permitted to make all the ballads he need not care who should make the laws of a nation.”
The Kate Steinle Story: Something Fishy on the Pier
From one of my articles on Trump & the DC post office
- Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C., to Open Ahead of Schedule
The high-profile project to convert the Old Post Office building has, at times, been drawn into campaign politics
- Update: Here’s more on that: Trump Is Going Postal
- Update: Oh, and guess who was the realtor cutting that deal on behalf of the government: Sen. Feinstein’s Husband’s Company to Bag $1 Billion for Government Deal
Billy Bush, JEB’s first cousin, sat on this til now?
Hillary does stand-up at Ron Brown Roast:
What To Make of Pope Francis?
From an article I posted in September 2015…
…the Pope’s focus on the refugee crisis feeds into the build up toward war. Our allies have been destroying Syria since March 2011, creating a massive refugee crisis for years, yet no press until now. Furthermore, the current coverage has all the earmarks of an operation with a specific propaganda design: to gain consent for a war to effect regime change in Syria. By accepting at face value media reports of this crisis, the Pope adds his voice to the call, “Something must be done!” Unfortunately, the something that will be done will be war.
Non-Catholics for Church ‘Reform’
Clinton allies mock the faithful and demand they embrace secular dogmas.
Trump’s Moment of Truth
The nominee and his allies are responsible for his election fate.