Trump dog-whistles fascist street goons; "Prophet" declares Eric Holder sending gang signs and "activation codes"; Anti-gay hatestian trots out the gay-pedophile line again (utterly oblivious to the pandemic in the church); Trump declares liberals are putting on disguises in order to cast multiple votes; where else can they put the Round-Up? HINT: don't ask.
The trouble with technology is today's topic. While we strive to be master's of the airwaves, the occasion for updates in the virtual world can easily bring us to our knees. That was the case in our second hour at about fourteen minutes past 2 p.m., EST. I'm giving you, the listener, a chance to know what you missed in the first half of the program is well worth a listen. The mention of the film, "The Grapes of Wrath", as a good example to what's going on with people and Corporations was exemplary. It speaks to the human condition and what our gains and loss may be in the near future. Art imitates life is true to a large point, except the happy endings, not so much. Thank you again, for bearing with us, and your continued support of all of us here at The Virtual Center.
Titanic Tuesday! The Madness of King Don, Part OG; Melanoma has her way with NatSec staffer; Deity fakes out Dems; Skinhead blatherskate calls for cop-killing.
Trump disgraces America, spits on the memories of those who gave "the last full measure of devotion"
The celebration of Armistice, the one hundred year anniversary. Today's program acknowledges and celebrates our veteran's and their service. We also explored the hidden costs of corporations upon the slave trade and the dangers of making them a sentient entity in the eyes if the law. History has the capacity to show the Commons we're worth far more than what For-Profit Corporations give us credit for.
A meditation on the Borderline Massacre. The NRA owns this one (as if they didn't own ALL of them). Deconstructing Julius Geezer's WWE Steel Cage Death Match; Also: Matt Whitakker: if the people of Iowa (some of whom send Steve "Cataloupes" King to Congress) chose the hog-deballer over him, what does that say about him?
Coming to terms with the outcome of the mid-terms.
Benjamin Rush's 1786 document, "The Mode of Education Proper in a Republic" was the topic for today's program. Take a look a The Virtual Center for Study of the Constitution and Civic Responsibility's post, dated 11-05-2018 on Facebook and you'll have an idea of what education and Religion has in common. We are the builders of the future and the education of our young will tell the tale of how we're doing.
An Election Night on the Front Porch.