Trump Wins A few thoughts after my viewing a replay of last night’s presidential debate on the KTLA website. Moderator Lester Holt’s debate questions stemmed from three major areas of focus 1) “achieving prosperity,” 2) “America’s direction,” and 3) “securing America.”
Central Banking funds the global imperial war machine.
Editorial about war and civilization.
Opinions about the 2016 U.S. presidential election, partisanry, and electoral politics.
Examining social institutions and world history, historical cycles, philosophy/ethics, the transfer of knowledge, and post-modern civilization
The Odelay Show welcomes back author Barry Hess. Discussion includes electoral politics and the 2016 elections, civil rights and civil liberties, the first and second amendments, partisan politics, war and peace, and the Libertarian Party’s foreign policy and domestic fiscal policy.
Interview with astronomer Robert Gent on the subject of light pollution. Discussion includes ecology, pollution mitigation, amateur astronomy, and tips about various astronomy related resources.
Topics of discussion include legal/Constitutional procedures required for war, global cohesion in response to terrorism, ethics regarding the forensics of journalism as pertains to national or global security, domestic freedom of religion, and separation of church and state.
The Odelay Show with C.G. Braswell editorial edition. Discussion of topics including an old press release from Clear the Bench Arizona, and the importance of an ethical judiciary; also discussion of small publishing marketplace; content carriage; a call for book copy; and talk about host’s…
Editorial about racial justice, the handling of the issue in the press, historical relevance, obstacles and goals, general assessment, and interdisciplinary approach.