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60 Watts (Series)

Produced by Brian Babinec

Most recent piece in this series:

*FAREWELL EPISODE* 60 Watts 302

From Brian Babinec | Part of the 60 Watts series | 59:00

Logo-01_small Tony Rocky Horror guides you through the cutting-edge sounds of noise rock, grunge, hardcore, metal, and alternative from around the world!.

Playlist:
Heart Attack Man - Practiced in the Mirror
Fleshwater - Kiss the Ladder
PUP - How to Live With Yourself
Glose - Sans Organs
Ils - Bad Parts
Muscle Beach - Charms
Dealer - Fester
Portrayal of Guilt - Self-Inflicted
Quiet Fear - Yaoyotl
P***Wand - Transfix
Exhalants - The Thorn You Carry in Yr Side
Blacklisters - Powdered Milk
Multicult - Caterwaul
Joliette - Tionkel
Chamber - Cellophane Form
Colonial Wound - III
Vein.fm - Inside Design
End - Love Let Me Die
The Armed - On Jupiter

What's the Frequency, Kenneth? a newsical series (Series)

Produced by Paul Fischer

Most recent piece in this series:

"SCOTUS: Shocking But Not Surprising" ( Told Through Narration, Music and Soundbites)

From Paul Fischer | Part of the What's the Frequency, Kenneth? a newsical series series | 59:01

Default-piece-image-1 Bump Stocks are Back. Mifepristone Stays...at least for now. Trump back on Capitol Hill for first time since Jan 6 attack...Mitch is there to greet him. House Intel Chair plays down the risk from the 2 new MAGA members of his panel. More Biden executive actions on migrants. Putin, Ukraine, Nukes and North Korea. Birthday fit for a King ( no, not Trump, King Charles) ( Told Through Narration, Music and Soundbites)

The Purple Principle Podcast (Series)

Produced by Fluent Knowledge

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A Primary Solution to Unite America? New Book From Election Reformer, Nick Troiano

From Fluent Knowledge | Part of the The Purple Principle Podcast series | 50:46

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“My goal in this book isn't just to diagnose the problem,” explains Nick Troiano, Executive Director of Unite America. “But to give people a solution that is viable and can happen right there in their own states.”


That book is “The Primary Solution: Rescuing Our Democracy from the Fringes,” published this week by Simon & Schuster in time for another polarizing primary season. Yet Nick notes in the book, as in our interview, that a record number of 2024 state level efforts to reform primary elections may soon shift the US Congress from gridlock to governance. 


“This will be the most robust year for election reform that we've seen in the modern era,” says Troiano who ran for Congress a decade ago in his mid twenties as an independent in Pennsylvania. “The people do agree that every voter should have the right to vote for any candidate in every election, and that elected officials have to win a majority of votes to get elected.”


Troiano also details the importance of Alaska’s Final Four electoral reforms, passed in 2020 and utilized in the 2022 election, as proof of concept for other state and city efforts. 


“At the end of the day, we all have one vote,” says Troiano. “There's nothing so wrong with the state of our democracy that we can't fix with the tools that our democracy gives us to do so.” 


Tune in to learn how as few as 6 state level initiatives could motivate Congress to tackle such long standing chronic issues as the fiscal deficit, gun violence and immigration reform. 


The Purple Principle is a Fluent Knowledge production. Original music by Ryan Adair Rooney.





Reveal Weekly (Series)

Produced by Reveal

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1025: 40 Acres and a Lie Part 2, 6/22/2024

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Philosophy Talk: Weekly (Series)

Produced by Philosophy Talk

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2428: Nísia Floresta, 7/9/2024

From Philosophy Talk | Part of the Philosophy Talk: Weekly series | 01:00

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Nísia Floresta was a 19th-century writer and translator known as “the Brazilian Mary Wollstonecraft.” She published the first book on women’s rights in South America, when Brazil was gaining independence from Portugal and a new post-colonial nation was being built. She also argued for the rights of the enslaved and indigenous Brazilians, who were marginalized and exploited in this new nation. Josh and Ray explore her life and thought with Nastassja Pugliese from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, author of Nísia Floresta (Elements on Women in the History of Philosophy).

 

Part of the Wise Women series, generously supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

 

Strange Currency (Series)

Produced by KMUW

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Strange Currency 06.21.24 or floating date

From KMUW | Part of the Strange Currency series | 01:53:59

Sc_square_small Listen for new music from Black Country Communion, The Fabulous Thunderbirds and singer-songwriter Jon Regen.