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September 15 2016
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“Spooked: How the CIA Manipulates the Media and Hoodwinks Hollywood” Hosted by Greg Bridges

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Sexual Violence against women

Recently widespread outrage has erupted over the bias and leniency in court decisions involving rape and the general acceptance and prevalence of violence against women. In California, a judge’s decision to give a white former Stanford University swimmer an unusually lenient six-month jail sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious Stanford student sparked a campaign to … Continued

Womens Magazine

Workers and Local Food Production

For Americans who are concerned about the ways that big agribusiness grows our food—whether it’s the pesticides in vegetables, the ecological impact of food being shipped around the country, or the tastelessness of much mass produced food—local food production on family farms seems like a holistic alternative. But, as political scientist Margaret Gray argues, there’s … Continued

Against the Grain

Workers and Local Food Production

For Americans who are concerned about the ways that big agribusiness grows our food—whether it’s the pesticides in vegetables, the ecological impact of food being shipped around the country, or the tastelessness of much mass produced food—local food production on family farms seems like a holistic alternative. But, as political scientist Margaret Gray argues, there’s … Continued

Against the Grain

Globalization and Trade Agreements: Lessons from the Euro Zone. And, Belle La Follete: Progressive Era Reformer

With Nobel Prize Laurate, Joseph E. Stiglitz, professor of economics at Columbia University.  He is a former chief economist of the World Bank and is former  member and chairman of the (US president’s) Council of Economic Advisers. He is known for his critical views of the management of globalization, free market economics and some international institutions like … Continued

Letters and Politics

Complete Reversal of Democracy: Glenn Greenwald on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s Impeachment

Complete Reversal of Democracy: Glenn Greenwald on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s Impeachment; As Bernie Sanders Condemns “Coup” in Brazil, Why Have Obama & Clinton Been So Silent? Greenwald: “Why Did Saudi Regime & Other Gulf Tyrannies Donate Millions to Clinton Foundation?” Greenwald: Journalists Should Not Stop Scrutinizing Clinton Just Because Trump is Unfit for Office; … Continued

Democracy Now

Setting the Standard – August 29, 2016

Setting the Standard has been around 8-10 years, and was originally started by Maya Rise. We kept it going, and continues to evolve into many platforms. We are a all volunteer crew, and bring you information, poetry, music, and much more. You can tune in online at kpfa.org or on the radio at 94.1fm KPFA, … Continued

Setting the Standard

Homenaje a Juan Gabriel

Homenaje a Juan Gabriel (Alberto Aguilera Valadéz. Parácuaro, Michoacán, 7 de enero de 1950 – Santa Mónica, California, 28 de agosto de 2016). El músico y productor Juan Manuel Caipo comenta sobre la partipación de Juan Gabriel en el disco Quiero Creedence. Entrevista con Draco Rosa.   Mensaje de John Fogerty en Facebook: My heart … Continued

Rock en Rebelión

Sexual Violence against women

Recently widespread outrage has erupted over the bias and leniency in court decisions involving rape and the general acceptance and prevalence of violence against women. In California, a judge’s decision to give a white former Stanford University swimmer an unusually lenient six-month jail sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious Stanford student sparked a campaign to … Continued

Womens Magazine


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