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Saturday May 25th

11:00 AM
The latest world and Japan news from Japan's public broadcaster.
11:10 AM
This week's show features stories from Spanish National Radio, NHK Japan, Radio Deutsche-Welle, and Sputnik Radio. http://www.outfarpress.com/swr190920.mp3 From SPAIN- Alison Hughes begins with a report on the Saudi war on Yemen, which the UN has called one of the worst humanitarian disasters of modern time. Last weekend 2 Saudi oil facilities were attacked by drones and missiles, which were claimed by rebel forces in Yemen. The US immediately said that Iran must have perpetrated the strikes, saying the Houthis do not possess the means. This is denied by Middle East military researchers. Germany has extended its embargo on exporting weapons to Saudi Arabia. From JAPAN- Saudi leaders say that their oil production will be at 100% within 10 days. French scientists are warning that the deadly heat waves like this summer could become the norm in 30 years if global climate change goes unchecked. Trump is unlikely to attend the UN climate Action Summit next Monday despite calls by the UN Secretary General that all world leaders join the summit. From GERMANY- At least 30 Afghanis were accidentally killed by a US drone strike. Trump announced further sanctions against Iran in response to the drone attacks in Saudi Arabia, while Saudis have joined the US maritime mission in the Straits of Hormuz. A Japanese court acquitted 3 officials in charge of the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Greta Thunberg met with Barack Obama who will take part in the Climate Strike in NYC. Amnesty International presented Greta with an award for courage and leadership. Edward Snowden spoke with German TV about the US silencing of whistleblowers, and the threat of media giants working with governments to monitor citizens. From RUSSIA- Afshin Ratannsi interviewed former Democratic Senator and presidential candidate Mike Gravel. They talk about the firing of John Bolton which led some Democratic leaders to express dismay instead of relief. Gravel speaks about the DNC losing again if they choose to run Biden instead of Bernie Sanders with Tulsi Gabbard, the only anti-empire candidates.
11:39 AM
The official bulletin service of the American Radio Relay League
11:50 AM
North America's Amateur Radio news magazine.
1:00 PM
Amateur Radio Newsline? is a free service to the amateur radio community. We produce a weekly audio news bulletin called a ?QST? or ?bulletin of interest to radio amateurs? that is delivered by a downloadable MP3 audio file from our website or through a podcast subscription. Operations are supported primarily by voluntary donations from individual amateurs and amateur radio clubs.
1:30 PM
Doug asks Tom about recent updates concerning green-energy inventor (and Tom and Doug Super-Fan) Andrea Rossi.
2:00 PM
Despite the Catholic Church being mired in its sexual abuse scandal which has tarnished the faith's reputation globally, Catholic history also holds many courageous stories of people working for peace, social justice and economic equity. Were going to spend some time on those stories on this program. Today Megan Kamerick talks with three guests. The episode leads off with Megans conversation with Kate Hennessy, the granddaughter of Dorothy Day, who co-founded the Catholic Worker movement. Then Kerry Walters discusses his book: 'Saint Oscar Romero: Pastor, Prophet, Martyr'. Romero was assassinated in 1980 while saying mass and was canonized in 2018. He died the day after he spoke out against the violence in El Salvador. Megan also speaks with Sister Simone Campbell, a contemporary advocate of social justice and one of the leaders of the Nuns On The Bus movement, wherein a group of nuns travels on a bus from town to town throughout the U.S. to advocate for under-served populations.
2:30 PM
Analysis of the state of the US economy at summer's end, 2019: a decidedly mixed picture. Critique of the institution of the market that focuses on its structure, social effects, and particular beneficiaries: a counter to the imaginary 'free market'.
3:00 PM
Elizabeth Warren's Wall Street backers and Voting War! Joe Biden's racist stumbling during debate! General Motors Worker Strike! Fredo Cuomo's insane reenactment of Joe Biden's gaffes! Featuring Stef Zamorano, Ron Placone, Malcolm Fleschner, and Mike MacRae! Phone calls from Mike Pompeo, Sean Spicer, Jeb Bush, and Chris Christie!
4:00 PM
A taste of Farm Aid 2019, the work & music, of the event & the organization. We have 2 amazing musicians from the 18 acts from this year's mainstage: Particle Kid (Micah Nelson, Willie's youngest son) and Lucas Nelson & Promise of the Real, (Willie's 2nd youngest son), joined by Jennifer Lahy, Communication Director of Farm Aid's staff. Find more about Micah, including his art, on his personal website, and about his Hawaii-based Farm Aid-ish non-profit, >Mahi'ai Music & Food Festival, and the Hawai'i Farmers Union United.

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