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The future of the post World War II American Empire
Date Sunday January 02
Time 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location Details
Access Sacramento broadcast
http://www.live365.com/stations/accesssacramento?site=pro
Also broadcast on Comcast Ch. 17 on SAP
Download or streaming on
http://www.archive.org/details/TheFutureOfThePostWorldWarIiAmericanEmpire
Event Type Radio Broadcast
Emailgreat.speeches [at] yahoo.com
Scott Horton Interviews Gabriel Kolko on February 05, 2007.

Professor Gabriel Kolko discusses the catastrophic post World War II American Empire. The phony Cold War against the USSR, and attempted domination of the poor countries and the coming destruction - one way or another - of America's global position.

Gabriel Kolko is the leading historian of modern warfare. He is the author of the World in Crisis: the End of the American Century. This 58 minutes. Source: http://antiwar.com/radio/2007/02/05/gabriel-kolko/

Scott Horton Interviews Darwin BondGraham on November 04, 2010

Darwin BondGraham discusses the massive giveaways to weapons manufacturers that will occur after the Senate ratifies the New START Treaty, the "prompt global strike" capability that will let Obama rain death on anyone in the world in 30 minutes or less, billions budgeted for new nuclear weapons infrastructure.

Darwin BondGraham is a member of the Los Alamos Study Group. He's an ethnographer and historian with a PhD in sociology. His current work focuses on economic and social development and he writes occasionally for Counterpunch, Z Magazine and Foreign Policy in Focus. This is 21 minutes. Source: http://antiwar.com/radio/2010/11/04/darwin-bondgraham/

Are California's Renewable Energy Goals Attainable?
The California Report Magazine from May 28 2010

Engineers have connected the first utility-size, pure-solar power station to California's electrical grid. It's the next step toward a goal to have 33 percent of electrical power from renewable sources by 2020. This is 5 minutes. Source: http://www.californiareport.org/archive/R201005281630

Music includes Earth Anthem, The Fool on the Hill, It Takes a Worried Man, The Lion Sleeps Tonight, Taste of Honey, Chronology chunk
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Added to the calendar on Wednesday Dec 29th, 2010 5:29 PM

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