In Other News December 2, 2013


We first hear part of a presentation from the late Dr. John E. Mack given at the International Association for Science Conference, Ft Collins, CO. September 16, 1995 – Studying Intrusions From The Subtle Realm: How Can We Deepen Our Knowledge?

Have you wondered who is moving in to the luxury condos and glass boxes towering over 3 or 4 story walk ups? Wealthy suburbanites are migrating into to New York for a quote gritty experience. But this kind of urban development and cultural transformation comes at a price as amazingly described and researched in Professor Sharon Zukin’s new book NAKED CITY: The Death and Life of Authentic Urban Places. It was published this year and once you start reading you can t put it down, especially if you grew up in New York City. It s an incredible break down of how Business Improvement Districts and other factors have privatized urban spaces in New York City.
 Zukin describes how developers have marketed the illusion of authenticity to those who can afford it and are willing to pay higher rents while displacing poorer working class tenants and families.

The book shows us that the desire for a gritty authentic experience has actually destroyed socially diverse spaces. She shows you how New York City has become standardized, from a historic perspective during the Harlem renaissance to the real estate aftermath of the World Trade Center towers. We have lost our public spaces and Sharon Zukin tells us why. This book isn’t simply about the gentrification of urban spaces, this is a standardization, a model used to revitalize large cities around the world.

Guest – Author Sharon Zukin is a professor of Sociology at Brooklyn College and Professor of Sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center. She s also the author of Loft Living, Landscapes of Power, The Cultures of Cities, and Point of Purchase.

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In Other News November 25, 2013


Educator and activist Cindy Pikoulas gives an update on the push back against Common Core Education Reform.
We’re living in a country with full knowledge that its government and corporations have been allowed to access private data of its citizens. A critical breach in any democracy. Personal computer data, financial and travel data, information about your relationships, your buying habits, what you eat are some examples of what is being collected and stored in data bases about you. How is knowledge of the surveillance state effecting people’s behavior, our culture and the so-called democracies around the world?

Our guest Executive Director of the National Lawyers Guild and co-host of Law and Disorder radio attorney Heidi Boghosian has written a powerful book titled Spying on Democracy: Government Surveillance, Corporate Power, and Public Resistance. She has detailed how the government acquires your information from many sources such as telecommunications companies and compiles a digital dossier on you. All of this information can then be pulled up for the authorities at any time without your knowledge. The media is saturated with stories on the many aspects of government surveillance and corporate spying. Many are outraged, some are indifferent and meanwhile corporations are making profits, big profits. Some argue we’ve traded our privacy for the two magic selling points – security and convenience. Are we to blame? Did we create this ourselves? If so, could we undo it or is it too late? But also, what has it done to our ability to dissent and become effective activists?

Guest – Heidi Boghosian, executive director of the National Lawyers Guild. She is the co-host of the weekly civil liberties radio show Law and Disorder on Pacifica’s WBAI in New York and over 60 national affiliates. She received her JD from Temple Law School where she was the editor-in-chief of the Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review. She also holds an MS from Boston University and a BA from Brown University.

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In Other News November 19, 2013


We’re bombarded with propaganda daily by the alternative media as well as the mainstream. Dr. Judy Wood had suggested that the 9/11 truth movement was created before the catastrophic events of September 11th, 2001. If that’s the case, those involved in building the psychological operation knew there would be a flow of people who won’t believe the 9-11 Commission Report. So, a large arena is built to corral those searching for more information. One stop shopping for truth. This is what our returning guest Matthew Delooze calls the second net. Some of us have our gills caught,
tangled, twisting in the deep sea, a target for predators that know there will be easy prey in the net. to fleece the net for prey. Professor Eric Larson talked in depth about gate keepers within the so called progressive left. Infiltrating liars acting as journalists. But Matthew’s work focuses on the industry of alternative media itself, the wal-martz and home-depots of truth. Matthew’s work can be found at Matthew’s Related Article – There Will Never Be Enough Clay For The Feet Of Medacium

Guest – Matthew Delooze, one of lead researchers on the hidden realms of architecture and leylines, the inspiration for sinistersites, and much more. He’s author of 3 books, You Will Be Wiser When You Are Older”, “The Stars Are Falling – Reasons To Believe We Are Enslaved By The Serpent” and “Is It Me For A Moment: Breaking The Serpent’s Spell.”

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In Other News November 12, 2013


The human being may be in the process of substantially changing the way it perceives reality, according to our guest author Penney Peirce. She was a guest on the show last year, talking about her book Frequency: The Power of Personal Vibration which details how to find your home frequency, the personal vibration that emanates from the soul. Her recent book Leap of Perception: The Transforming Power of Your Attention is her third book completing the trilogy on the topic of transformation. Her book discusses the issues of right and left brain, duality, centering yourself, becoming the center, and the pitfalls of multi-tasking. Penney says we will be moving away from what’s known as linear perception and using something called spherical perception.

Guest – Penney Peirce a gifted intuitive empath with deep psychological understanding, visionary ability, and business sense. She is one of the early pioneers in the intuition development movement since the mid 70s.

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In Other News November 4, 2013


Since 2008, there’s no shortage of foreclosure stories and how good people are being forced out of their homes. In fact, a story last month titled Foreclosure Vampires in NJ, describes people living in their homes during a drawn out foreclosure process as vampires, squatters or freeloaders. These are people who are caught in lawsuits or the mortgage company will not accept payment and the process is dragging out. However, the language being used to describe this reality is quite interesting. The people are vampires yet they’re trying to pay their bills? Our guests today might suggest that the bankers are vampires, or the system itself is sucking the life energy out of the national human capital.

Jakada Zo and Jaykin Willies have created a company called The Art of Knowing and within that company they run a business called Contract Masters. They help people get out from under foreclosures, car and credit card payments and other forms of contractual debt. The process however is unusual. They begin by redefining the terms being applied by the banks and legal system that often lead to assumptions, such as what is the original meaning of mortgage? What is the difference between lawful and legal? That’s just the beginning.
Jakada started as a bounty hunter, and published a book titled The Seekers: A Bounty Hunter’s Story. We start there with I suspect the first part of a series of interviews.

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