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THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal

How Did We End Up With Such Unpopular Candidates?

Wells Fargo CEO Stumpf, Head of Community Bank Hit With Multi-Million in Clawbacks

Cracks in the Kingdom: Saudi Arabia Rocked by Financial Strains

U.S.-led Airstrikes Have Allegedly Killed Over 850 Syrian Civilians. So Where Is the Outrage?

Nuclear-armed neighbors, both U.S. allies, exchange fire

Over 90% of world breathing bad air: WHO

World's first baby born with DNA from 3 people

THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal

How violence in North Carolina could help Donald Trump

Tulsa Police Officer Arrested on Manslaughter Charges, Released on $50,000 Bond

Ahmad Khan Rahami: New York bombings suspect arrested after shootout
Obama: ‘Israel cannot permanently occupy Palestinian land’

Congress is grandstanding on Wells Fargo and Mylan

How Big Pharma Lobbyists Make the Opioid Crisis Worse

The Invisible American

First up, Rene Holmberg talks drones for a Sat 10am educational opportunity through FMC. Go to their website for deerts.

Elizabeth Warren
blows the stoneface banker CEO of Wells Fargo out of the water for his company's heinous cross-selling tactics that led to mass firings and possible criminal allegations. Music to accentuate the less than positive. You'll be entertained.

Finally, a scary look at a very scary subject. This 25-year old film lets American Aryans, white supremacists and others spew their venom and/or logic. Strap your seatbelts on and you'll see how far we as a nation have--or have not--come.

Blood in the Face
is a 1991 documentary film about white supremacy groups in North America. It features many interviews with various white supremacist leaders, and archival footage of others.

Inspired by a nonfiction book author James Ridgeway, this documentary was largely shot in Cohoctah Township, Michigan. It focuses on a gathering of neo-Nazis, racists, and conspiracy theorists who expect people of color to ignite a Racial Holy War in the U.S.

Filmmakers Anne Bohlen and Kevin Rafferty take an intentionally leisurely, conversational tack with supremacists who have assembled for lectures and workshops on everything from getting their message out via home videos to moving all like-minded "white Christians" to the Northwest, especially the Idaho Panhandle.

THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal

The Sixth Mass Extinction Will Be Like Nothing In Earth's History

Climate change 'significant and direct' threat to U.S. military: reports

The F-35 Gets a Big Win as Israel Scores $38 Billion in US Military Aid

One Rate Hike Would've Been More Profitable For Wells Fargo Than 2 Million Fake Accounts

FBI Agents Can Pose as Journalists, Inspector General Says
Colin Powell’s leaked emails say what GOP elites rarely admit publicly

Trump, Clinton trade barbs over Obama 'birther' flap

There is no media

This FRIDAY, SOUL SHERPA from Iowa City/Cedar Rapids brings their original funk/soul/RnB 9-piece band to The Depot Brewery!!

Station manager James Moore talks with Soul Sherpa founding guitarist (and Fairfield native) Casper Huggins about the band's EP INVEST IN THIS, recorded in Cedar Falls in "24 hours and a minute," their career trajectory and plans for the future.

Tune in 1pm CT Wed Sept 14th for my live interview with guitarist/producer/documentary filmmaker Paul Nelson, who worked closely with Johnny Winter. Totally badass!!!
Paul Nelson

Executive producer and musician, Nelson has performed or worked with the likes of Eric Clapton, Billy Gibbons, Vince Gill, Joe Perry, Joe Walsh, Edgar Winter and a host of others, yet Paul Nelson is often overlooked by those outside of the recording and music industry.

This engaging, talented guitarist is also a top notch producer, performer and manager and is currently on what is perhaps one of the best rolls of his career. “I signed with Sony,”said Nelson with enthusiasm. “I’m getting ready to go back out on the road with the Paul Nelson Band to support my new CD, “Badass Generation.”

The album is a combination of ’70’s style jam rock, blues and a mix of electric and semi-acoustic material and my band is just incredible. I’ve got Morten Fredheim on vocals, bassist Christopher Alexander and drummer Chris Reddan and the caliber of their talent is just outstanding.” 

Along with the new record and alliance with Sony, Nelson is still performing and touring with the Johnny Winter All Star Band and Nelson and his band mates will continue to pay homage to the late, great guitarist. “There’s always going to be a lot at these shows, a tribute to Johnny, which I’ve done before and I’ve been joined by people like Edgar Winter and Earl Slick and so many others; I never know who is going to want to perform with us. There will be some classic Johnny songs performed, lots of new stuff from his last album and maybe from my new one; the nights are definitely a lot of fun. ”  

Touring isn’t all that keeps Nelson busy. Being a producer for artists like Winter, James Montgomery and blues master Joe Louis Walker have kept him on his game and his schedule full. --concertblogger, Danny Coleman

THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal

This Trump-Putin bromance is getting seriously weird - but so is the polling

Hillary Clinton’s National Security Advisers Are a “Who’s Who” of the Warfare State

North Korea accused of 'maniacal recklessness' after most powerful nuclear test yet

Obama Won’t Promise Not to Launch Nuclear First Strikes

Remembering the Man Who Got Obama to Talk Openly About America’s Most Violent Secret War

Facebook 'napalm girl' row mounts as Norway PM posts picture

5,300 Wells Fargo employees fired over 2 million phony accounts

The future of automation and your job

THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal

The Federal Reserve is living in a fantasyland

Solid Hiring Without Wage Jump Tests Fed Hopes for Inflation

Apple’s Tax Game Is Hurting Economic Growth

Global economy faces multiple crises as G20 gathers in Hangzhou

Putin Says DNC Hack Was a Public Service, Russia Didn’t Do It

Poll: Record number of Americans dislike Clinton

Corey Lewandowski: Trump’s Immigration Speech Was For White Men
Is Trump v. Clinton the Baby Boomers’ Last Hurrah?

Jerry DouglasSit back and enjoy KRUU interviews with two of this Marty Stuartyear's FAIRfest 16's biggest stars.

Jerry Douglas is a 16-time Grammy winner who has played on well over 2000 recordings!! His solo work, work with Allison Krause and Union Station, and collaborations with the likes of Eric Clapton, Keb Mo, Paul Simon, Mumford & Sons, and many others, have made Douglas arguably the best dobro player in the world.

Marty Stuart (of French, English, Choctaw, and Colombian descent) is an American country music singer-songwriter, known for both his traditional style, and eclectic merging of rockabilly, honky tonk, and traditional country music. In the early 1990s, he had a successful string of country hits. Born in Philadelphia, Mississippi, not far from the home of Jimmie Rodgers, the Father of Country Music, Stuart has played with Lester Flatts, Johnny Cash, and many top country artists.

THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal

Stephen Bannon, Trump’s New C.E.O., Hints at His Master Plan

Clinton Foundation will stop accepting foreign and corporate donations if Clinton is elected

Private Prison Companies, Punched in the Gut, Will Keep Most Federal Business

U.S. Concedes $400 Million Payment to Iran Was Delayed as Prisoner ‘Leverage’ 

US Moves Nuclear Weapons From Turkey to Romania

More U.S. Weapons for the Saudis’ Atrocious War on Yemen

What we can say about the Louisiana floods and climate change

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