Michael Shellenberger, founder of Environmental Progress, talks to Brendan O’Neill about Greta Thunberg, Extinction Rebellion and the myth of the Amazon fires. Visit the spiked shop: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/spiked
The first episode of our morning election briefing is here! THE BURNER gives you the lowdown on the day ahead: key political battles, burning issues, what the polls are doing – and who’s mobilising where. James wants to hear your tips, stories and burning issues from the campaign trail. Email him on [email protected] or tweet on the hashtag #TheBurner SIGN UP to get THE BURNER direct to your phone, every morning, by 0730 a.m.: https://novara.media/telegram
Meetha Meetha hai Mere Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) ka naam Jisne aake sawara hai darain ko Jiski rahemat ne dhanpa hai kaunain ko Jiske dam se hi ye ronakein hain tamam Unpe lakhon karodon duroodo salam
In honor of Women's History Month, the President and First Lady honored great “foremothers” of American music -- music legends and contemporary artists whose songs express the struggles and achievements of women. The program, “In Performance at the White House: Women of Soul,” included performances by Tessanne Chin, Melissa Etheridge, Aretha Franklin, Ariana Grande, Patti LaBelle, Janelle Monáe and Jill Scott, with Greg Phillinganes as music director. See more from behind the scenes. (Originally performed by Whitney Houston)
Houndmouth in Studio Z at Port City Music Hall on September 21st.
This is a big one! Talking all things Pedophile Island, Trump crashing UFC, Russia's Weasley spies, and how the left's attempt to impeach Trump is pure theater. Joined by mega guest Donald Trump Jr. who talks about the dangers of 'woke culture' and communism.
In this episode of Hafta, host Abhinandan Sekhri is joined by Newslaundry’s Madhu Trehan, Manisha Pande and Mehraj D Lone as well as two guests, Shreeshan Venkatesh, editorial head at CarbonCopy, and Vivek, a Newslaundry subscriber who is a journalist based in Chennai. The discussion kicks off on the recent study by Climate Central, a news organisation in the United States, which estimates that coastal cities such as Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai will be underwater by 2050. “It is not a new projection, rather it is a new estimate of the impacts of earlier projections,” notes Shreeshan. He points out that this scenario is with “moderate cuts” to emissions, when the real picture is much worse. Speaking about the ongoing clash between police and lawyers in Delhi, Madhu says, “Why do the lawyers believe they need special treatment? The way they have taken the law into their hands, beaten up cops, they really seem to think they are above the law.” Manisha adds, “Police brutality is a fact. But I don’t know if those cops who are protesting have indulged in it, so I would be sympathetic to them. I won’t judge them by the actions of their entire tribe.” Speaking about India’s decision to pull out of Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, Vivek says, “I think there is a sense of uncompetitive behaviour in the Indian industry because we are protecting them from the competition.” Mehraj points to the ideological aspect of such trade deals. “If you go back in history, there have been similar agreements like NAFTA that have been disastrous. Such deals are the reason for Latin America’s backlash against neoliberalism that has destroyed their economies.” The panel also discuss the revocation of the writer Aatish Taseer’s Overseas Citizenship of India card, North India’s air pollution, and more. Tune in!
Abby and Robbie talk about USAID giving $54 million to the Venezuelan opposition, the latest videos coming out of Hong Kong, and then address all the updates with the military coup in Bolivia that outed Evo Morales: allegations of election fraud, breakdowns of the opposition, the violence being perpetrated by the fascist coup mongers, and the direct evidence of the US role in the coup. Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to Media Roots Radio on Patreon // www.patreon.com/mediarootsradio FOLLOW // twitter.com/AbbyMartin // twitter.com/FluorescentGrey
Sen. Murphy pronounces Ukraine's capital as "Keev."
Joe Bagliere just returned from Ukraine where he was serving in the Peace Corps. He explains the different pronunciations of Ukraine's capital from the perspective of an American living there. Photo of Joe enjoying a bagel in Kiev/Kyiv.
Original Music by David Teie. Image Credit: Flickr Creative Commons, Gianluca Neri
Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on November 13, 2019. Visit: www.thetrumpet.com/stephen-flurry [01:00] Unstable Europe (7 minutes) An unstable Europe makes for an unstable world. History and Bible prophecy show where Europe is heading. [08:00] The Show Trial Begins (12 minutes) Democrats have already decided United States President Donald Trump is guilty, even though impeachment proceedings are just beginning. In this segment, I discuss the latest in the impeachment saga and why this is all just a show. [20:00] Trump’s Resurgence (12 minutes) While the mainstream media obsess over impeachment, President Trump is speaking about the positives steps forward for his administration. He’s also exposing the “deep state.” [34:30] Bible Study (20 minutes) In this segment, I continue yesterday’s Bible study about having the courage to stand up for God and seeking to do great things for Him!