Everything Is Broken Playlists
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 05/11/2015 - 10:48pm
TOMORROW, TUEDAY 1:00PM our program will take an in-depth look at the complex issue of race in the USA. We will also look back on the Viet Nam era with a an interview with a vet that served there.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 04/20/2015 - 11:07pm
Our program tuesday 1:00PM will take a look at feminism today, and women activists.
Our featured guest is Betty Maloney. Betty has been a member of Radical Women since 1980 and presently serves on their National Committee. She is the coordinator of the East Coast Book Campaign for “Talking Back: Voices of Color.” Betty is a retired Newark NJ public school teacher.
By Jim Lynch on Tue, 04/14/2015 - 11:37am
Our program TODAY; 1:00PM will provide us with an update on the still ongoing meltdowns at Fukishima Daiichi nuke plant.
Our featured guest is Daniel Aldrich. Daniel P. Aldrich is a professor of political science, University Faculty Scholar, and Director of Asian Studies at Purdue University. He researches post-disaster recovery, the siting of controversial facilities and the interaction between civil society and the state.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 04/06/2015 - 7:25pm
Our program tomorrow TUESDAY APRIL 7; 1:00PM EDT will have particular emphasis on the long and disturbing history of USA relations with Latin America, with particular emphasis on Venezuela. Our featured guest is Alfredo Lopez. Alfredo is a long time activist, journalist, teacher and organizer. He writes frequently for thiscantbehappening.net. He is also co-Director of May First/People Link.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 03/30/2015 - 9:23pm
Our program tomorrow TUESDAY MARCH 31; 1:00PM will focus on the Affordable Care Act and our nation refusing to join all other developed nations in providing healthcare to all of it’s citizens.
Our featured guests are Dr. Oliver Fein and Dr. Rohan Perera. Dr. Fein is a past president of Physicians For A National Health Plan (PNHP). A general internist who is active in clinical practice, he is also professor of clinical medicine and clinical public health at Weill Medical College of Cornell University, where he serves as associate dean responsible for the Office of Affiliations and the Office of Global Health Education.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 03/23/2015 - 9:42pm
Our program tuesday will again feature eclectic globetrotting as there is no shortage of vital events to choose from.
Our featured guest is Ron Garan. Ron is a former NASA astronaut who served aboard the space shuttle Discovery and the ISS in 2008, and having launched from Kazakhstan in a Russian rocket, acted as a long-term resident of the ISS in 2011. Today he is a global humanitarian and social entrepreneur working toward creating a more sustainable, peaceful planet.
Among other enterprises Garan started Manna Energy Foundation, a leading global innovator in water purification. He also speaks at conferences around the world, and has a new book “The Orbital Perspective: Lessons in Seeing the Big Picture from a Journey of 71 Million Miles” (Berrett-Koehler), which concentrates on current US-Russian relations.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 03/16/2015 - 9:12pm
Our St. Pat's program will again feature eclectic globetrotting as there is no shortage of vital events to choose from.
Our featured guest is Dave Lindorff, author and journalist. Dave is the founder of ThisCantBeHappening.net, a consortium of progressive bloggers. Dave always has a new story in the works, so we will hear about that and a few others Im sure. Dave’s full bio can be found at:
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 03/09/2015 - 9:50pm
Our program will explore Women’s History Month in depth.
Our featured interview is with Molly Murphy Macgregor. Molly is Executive Director and Co-Founder of National Women’s History Project
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 03/02/2015 - 8:02pm
Our program tomorrow TUESDAY; 1:00PM is part two of our look at the health and politics of waterways in New York State; this time Peconic Bay. We will also read from Tom Englehardt and listen to an interview with Gar Aperovitz.
Our featured interview is with Dan Gulizio and Brady Wilkins from Peconic Baykeeper, Inc. Dan is the Executive Director of Peconic Baykeeper. Baykeeper is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to swimmable, drinkable, fishable water. Dan has worked as a planner for over 25 years and has previously served as the Deputy Director of Planning for Suffolk County, Commissioner of Planning, Environment and Land Management for the Town of Brookhaven and Commissioner of Planning and Development for the Town of Islip. Brady is the Baykeeper for Peconic Baykeeper. He has been a licensed United States Coast Guard Merchant Marine Officer since 1996 and has been living, working and recreating on the waters of Long Island since the 1980s. Brady is also a New York State Licensed Educator and has taught in several districts throughout Suffolk County.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 02/23/2015 - 10:34pm
Our program TOMORROW TUESDAY 2-24; 1:00PM will cover a variety of issues during Black History Month. We will also look at the Hudson River Valley: how is that beloved river doing, how healthy is it, what are the threats that must be faced? and what about the Indian Point nuke plant?
Our featured interview is with Paul Gallay. Paul and the Riverkeeper team work to protect the Hudson River and the drinking water supplies for nine million New Yorkers. An attorney and educator, Paul has dedicated himself to the environmental movement since 1987, when he left the private practice of law and went to work for the New York State Attorney General. In 1990, Paul began a ten-year stint at New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation, where he brought hundreds of corporate and government polluters to justice. Paul subsequently spent a decade in the land conservation movement before becoming Riverkeeper’s President in 2010. Paul is a graduate of Williams College and Columbia Law School and has held a number of teaching positions, including his current appointment with The Beacon Institute/Clarkson University. http://www.riverkeeper.org
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 02/16/2015 - 10:35pm
Our program TUESDAY FEBRUARY 17; 1:00PM will cover a variety of issues during Black History Month. We will also take a close look at the threat of fundamentalism, regardless of which god or religion.
Our featured interview is with Rachel Ehrenfeld. Rachel is Founder and CEO of the New York-based American Center for Democracy and the Economic Warfare Institute. Dr. Ehrenfeld is an authority on economic warfare, including Weapons of Mass Effect (WME), lawfare, terror financing, disinformation, jihadist movements and corruption.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 02/02/2015 - 9:56pm
Our program tomorrow TUESDAY; 1:00PM will take a look at progressives’ “cafeteria” science choices – why does the left insist that vaccines are dangerous? We will also consult with an expert on sports law and review the sorry state of collegiate and professional athletics.
Our featured interview is with Holt Hackney, President of Hackney Publications, a leading publisher of sports law newsletters. Among their current titles are Sports Litigation Alert, Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics, Legal Issues in High School Athletics, Professional Sports and the Law, Concussion Litigation Review, and the Journal of NCAA Compliance. Hackney has spent the better part of three decades writing about sports, business and the law. He began covering sports for weekly and daily newspapers in the state of Florida in the 1980s.
By deevee on Tue, 01/27/2015 - 3:20pm
fill-in by novice DJ Cy-Tool
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 01/05/2015 - 11:06pm
Our program TUESDAY JANUARY 6; 1:00PM EST will again feature eclectic globetrotting, from Cuba to the Philippines. We will take an in- depth look at art intersecting with politics. We will also catch up with research on the current cultural acceptance of torture here.
Our featured guest is Mark Rice. Mark is a Professor in the American Studies Department at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY. He specializes in the history of photography, twentieth-century American culture, and transnational American Studies. Dr. Rice has been a contributor to Forbes magazine and to Newsweek International. He also maintains the internationally recognized blog, "Ranking America" http://rankingamerica.wordpress.com.
We will discuss Mark’s blog and his recent book, “Dean Worcester's Fantasy Islands: Photography, Film, and the Colonial Philippines”. http://tinyurl.com/myrbznw
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 12/29/2014 - 5:46pm
Our program TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30; 1:00PM will be eclectic globetrotting, from Algeria to Cuba, from Ferguson to Staten Island, with topics ranging from racism to the militarization of our community police, to climate change. Plenty meat on these bones.
Our featured guest is Linn Washington. Linn is a columnist for The Philadelphia Tribune newspaper; a freelance journalist for THISCANTBEHAPPENING.NET and other publications nationwide. He has just returned from a trip to Algeria. Linn is also an Assistant Professor of Journalism at Temple University in Philadelphia.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 12/22/2014 - 8:12pm
Our program TUESDAY DECEMBER 23; 1:00PM will focus on USA torture culture; some positive focus on the current era of Jim Crow; and a journey to the world of espionage as it intersects with filmmaking.
Our featured guest is John Hope Bryant. John currently serves on President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans, and is founder, chairman, and CEO of Operation HOPE, a nonprofit banker for the working poor. His newest bestseller is How the Poor Can Save Capitalism: Rebuilding the Path to the Middle Class (Berrett-Koehler, 2014).
AND … we will be chatting with Francis Hamit, author and playwright who spent 21 years in the Industrial Security business. Francis served in the U.S. Army Security Agency in Vietnam and Germany.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 12/15/2014 - 10:44pm
Our program tomorrow tuesday december 16; 1:00PM EST will focus on race relations and civil unrest. Are we at a tipping point?
Our featured guest is Dave Lindorff, author and journalist. Dave is the founder of ThisCantBeHappening.net, a consortium of bloggers that try to make sense of the madness of a failing democracy. Dave’s full bio can be found at:
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 12/08/2014 - 10:01pm
Our program TUESDAY 12-9-; 1:00PM EST will focus on current protests nationally in our rapidly emerging police state; and our broken cities and how to fix them.
Our featured guest is Mindy Fullilove, MD. Mindy is a research psychiatrist at New York State Psychiatric Institute and a professor of clinical psychiatry and public health at Columbia University. She is a board certified psychiatrist, having received her training at New York Hospital-Westchester Division (1978-1981) and Montefiore Hospital (1981-1982). She has conducted research on AIDS and other epidemics of poor communities, with a special interest in the relationship between the collapse of communities and decline in health.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 12/01/2014 - 6:10pm
Our program TUESDAY 12-2-14; 1:00PM will focus on the psychology of politics, from guns to greed, from wars to crime.
Our featured guest is Ronald Goldman, Ph.D., a psychological researcher, speaker, and writer. Ron identifies generally unrecognized early experiences associated with personal, social, and political problems and offers specific principles that can contribute to preventing such problems.
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 11/24/2014 - 8:30pm
Our program tomorrow, tuesday 11-25; 1-2:30PM will feature 2014 Green Party candidate for New York State Governor, Howie Hawkins. Howie secured 5% of the vote against Cuomo and others. Howie has been an organizer in movements for peace, justice, labor, and the environment since 1967. As the New York Green Party's candidate for Governor in 2010, he campaigned for progressive taxes and revenue sharing as the alternative to Andrew Cuomo's cuts to schools, cities, and public services. He received nearly 60,000 votes, which gave the Green Party a ballot line statewide for the next four years. A former Marine, Hawkins helped organize opposition to the Vietnam War.
Our music will be jazz oriented, so pay attention! */*