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Sunday May 26th

12:00 AM
North America's Amateur Radio news magazine.
1:20 AM
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.
1:45 AM
The official bulletin service of the American Radio Relay League
9:00 AM
On this episode, Jake Wilburn and Jack first talk about Reese Witherspoon, 'America's sweetheart'! Then, they turn their attention to the movie Hot Pursuit starring Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara! A buddy comedy morphed with The Amazing Race morphed with a lot of overacting. Enjoy the fun of these guys talking about a horrible movie - a perfect way to spend an hour!
9:54 AM
10:00 AM
The latest from the FCC on media ownership rules and other goings on
11:00 AM
The latest world and Japan news from Japan's public broadcaster.
11:09 AM
Laughing rats, sorrowful elephants, joyful chimpanzees. The more carefully we observe, and the more we learn about animals, the closer their emotional lives appear to resemble our own. Most would agree that we should minimize the physical suffering of animals, but should we give equal consideration to their emotional stress? Bioethicist Peter Singer weighs in. Meanwhile, captivity that may be ethical: How human-elephant teamwork in Asia may help protect an endangered species.
12:00 PM
Darren and Jack cover these topics: Iran shoots down a U.S. Military drone. Was it in Iranian airspace or international airspace? A WGN TV reporter blogs about PTSD she's suffered from her work. Wealth inequality is worse than ever. A new study proves that being born wealthy is a better indicator of adult success than academic performance. Alex Jones' attorneys allegedly sent child pornography images in a cache of documents sent to the attorneys of Sandy Hook parents. And 72 Philadelphia police officers are suspended due to their social media posts. Hammer Time: Whoopi Goldberg victim blames actress Bella Thorne for being blackmailed by a hacker. Off The Cuff: A Florida woman is arrested after she admits to police that she broke into her husband's apartment to confiscate his guns.
1:00 PM
In this week's episode, Director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch is back to discuss the latest on NAFTA 2.0; journalist Eric Levitz joins to dispel some of the most common myths about Social Security. Finally, filmmaker Leila Conners joins to discuss her new documentary on climate change and climate solutions, 'Ice On Fire'.
2:00 PM
At a Congressional hearing this week, witnesses offered expert testimony about the need for reparations for the descendants of enslaved Africans living in the United States. And on this month's episode of the F-Word on fascism, an activist says that Americans need to wake up and confront the reality of what this country is becoming. Plus headlines: --The New York Times reported that Donald Trump approved a missile strike on Iran on Thursday but abruptly halted the operation. --In national news, there were Congressional hearings on reparations and on the national budget. --Jacqueline Luqman joins me to talk about Trump officially kicking off his 2020 re-election campaign and other election news. --Young activists work to prevent police in Prince Georges County, MD from collaborating with officers of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). --In DC, the formation of the Save Our Votes Political Action Committee was announced on the anniversary of the day that DC voters approved a measure to increase the pay of restaurant workers. --Chantal James reported from a hearing about tax credits for building affordable housing. --In Culture and media, the Stop Police terror Project DC is holding a liberation fundraiser, June 21, 6-9 pm at the Smith Smith Public Trust in Northeast DC. --The 40th Anniversary of the Great Labor Arts Exchange is happening through June 23rd at the Tommy Douglas Conference Center in Silver Spring, Maryland. -- And visual artist Sonya Clark will give an artist talk on her 'Beaded Prayers Project, Wednesday, June 26, 6 PM, at the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum.
3:00 PM
4:00 PM
In 2016, it was speculated there was a connection with the murder of Seth Rich, a 27 year old DNC employee and the DNC email release to Wikileaks. The controversy swirling around this event continues to today as commentators and journalists are forced to retract their articles and issue public apology when they suggest that Seth Rich was murdered for releasing the DNC emails to Wikileaks. A recent article by Politifact connected with the Poynter Institute titled Mueller Report Aims to Squash WikiLeaks Seth Rich Conspiracy Theory, ends with quote - 'Investigators acknowledge that they cant be totally sure how those files were transferred. The material might have been downloaded or hand-delivered. But one thing is certain: It wasnt Seth Rich.' In a Dutch news interview in August of 2016, Assange said he wouldn't disclose if Seth Rich was the source of the DNC emails but essentially said these are the risks that are faced when contributing to Wikileaks. The police believed Seth Rich was the victim of a botched robbery. Bruises on Richs hands and face showed signs of a struggle, and his wallet, watch and cell phone were not taken. The emails of John Podesta, the former chairman of the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign were among the DNC emails published by Wikileaks. He previously served as chief of staff to President Bill Clinton and Counselor to President Barack Obama. In the emails John Podesta writes the word pizza 78 times and cheese another 90 or so times. Citizen journalists worldwide launched investigations and unearthed disturbing pedophile-related images, art work and powerful associations about a pizza restaurant owners instagram account and archived it before it was switched to private. This was the pizzagate catalyst sparked outrage across the world and framed Comet Ping Pong within the cross hairs of a potential child trafficking pedophile network. Some believe the unraveling of the pizzagate thread also cost Hillary Clinton the 2016 election. To some, pizzagate was seen as a hemorrhaging national security emergency connecting pedophilia and child trafficking into politics and the deepstate. In the last few years, the mind blowing media back-pedaling and behind the scenes scrambling associated with pizzagate was unlike anything seen before. Whenever the word pizzagate was uttered, it was condemned by the ubiquitous term 'fake news' implying we're asking you not to think for yourself. Ok? For many, the evidence in the emails are enough to research deeper but what will it take for an official investigation to commence? By the end of 2016, the mainstream and social media were likely ordered to distract, censor and condemn anything related to pizzagate. This level of response or protest exposed to the world the staggering control of a highly organized, bought and paid for fourth column in the United States. I suspect one phase of this action was to morph pizzagate into Russiagate. Even if most people didn't learn about pizzagate until a gunman visited Comet Ping Pong, around that time, the citizen journalist online investigation was at its peak and the mainstream attention brought public focus onto reality of child trafficking networks within our government and high society and public institutions. We hear a collage of voices that include past guests, Dr. Lori Handrahan, author of Epidemic: America's Trade In Child Rape, and Nick Bryant author of The Franklin Scandal: A Story of Powerbrokers, Child Abuse & Betrayal, we'll also hear related news gathering such as from youtube investigator Titus Frost, and Reality Check with Ben Swan. This one hour will barely address an entrenched system of child trafficking and abuse in the United States and worldwide.

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