September 11, 2014, guests Richard Flamer, Winston Wu, Jim Fetzer, and Phil Farruggio


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Richard Flamer

Richard described the trip he took recently to Guatemala with his wife Areceli. It was a fascinating look comparing the lives of rich and poor in a place where they exist side by side.


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Jim Fetzer

Jim discussed the Obama speech the night before, regarding ISIS, the faked beheading videos, and the attempted justification for air strikes on Syria.


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It’s the Empire, Stupid with Phil Farrugio

In this new segment our regular columnist Phil Farruggio presents his thoughts on a different topic every week.


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Winston Wu

Winston discussed the destruction of the twin towers on 9/11/01 and how the official story just does not make sense. He discussed the possible alternative explanations including drone aircraft, controlled demolition, and the use of holograms.


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Chuck Gregory and Mike Palecek

I opened with Time will Tell, a song by Redhill, and then asked which it is that we are doing: running to heaven or running to hell. Mike and I did some great bits including:

  • The Paul Harvey School For Advanced Neo-Journalism Studies at Columbia University
  • Operation Northwoods spray deodorant
  • Postcards From The Edge, Notes From The Treehouse … Lying on our backs looking up at the clouds …
  • This is NBC News – we are the real deal – see our big offices, big salaries, big houses. We are really real journalists
  • The Wacky American morning game show “No, No Really, This Time It’s Real.”
  • A New American Dream Radio Show Editorial Comment
  • A review of today’s news
    • CLG: Found ‘Reckless’ in Gulf Spill, BP Faces $18 Billion Fine
    • Barrett: Arrest Kissinger for both 9/11s
  • Notes we have been receiving from listeners … by email, chat room, telephone, telepathy and telegraph
    • June Cleaver on reporters and the CIA
    • Lumpy on how offshoring of jobs resulted in an economy that can only create new jobs in lowly paid, increasingly part-time non-tradable domestic service jobs
    • Eddie Haskell on real life propaganda
    • Beaver comparing invasions to social work
  • The News from Mount Liberty, where Charlie Johnson discovers that the doctors don’t even know why he is in the insane asylum