Welcome to James Moore's community radio "hey" ride where we span the gamut with impunity every Friday on PLANET ERSTWILD. This week, interviews with Kory Madsen, general manager of Fairfield's AmericInn and Chris Lyng of Maximum Ames music festival.
Plus a subject checklist that may include 1/ Matt Taibbi's piece on Romney's daze as a master of creative destruction with leveraged buyouts at Bain. [New campaign slogan: WE BILKED IT!] 2/ another excerpt in American history from Gore Vidal's best-seller "Burr." 3/ A review of the Leon Russell concert, 4/ Some music from Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac and Little Feat, both of whom are playing the Englert this coming Sunday & Wednesday... & more.
At 4pm, it's "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, our weekly mindful news & commentary program. This week's categories: science friction, America's exceptional wealth inequality, eensy doses, good news & more. For complete listing of all this week's headlines, click "Read more" below.1. Science Friction
Should Robots Have A License to Kill?
From Bug Drones to Disease Assassins, Super Weapons Rule US War Game
Apple Rejects App That Tracks U.S. Drone Strikes
FBI Agrees to Share Facial Recognition Searches with All Police Departments
We Don’t Need No Stinking Warrant: The Disturbing, Unchecked Rise of the Administrative Subpoena
The Posse Comitatus Act and Related Matters: The Use of the Military to Execute Civilian Law
2. The Wealth Gap Doesn't Suck. It Just Sucks For You.
Yes, the Rich Are Different
How the rich beat the traffic with a helicopter
CEOs of Major Defense Contractors Earn More in a Day than Average U.S. Worker in a Year
Gold Set for Best Year Since 2010 as Stimulus Bets Increase
In U.S., Private Schools Get Top Marks for Educating Children
14 Wacky "Facts" Kids Will Learn in Louisiana's Voucher Schools
The Case for Noblesse Oblige
3. It's A Small Dose, After All
Chromium 6 suspected at Disney Studios
Back-to-School Supplies Contain Toxic Chemicals, Report
Keeping it in the family: BPA might last in our bodies for generations
Methane Making An Appearance In Pa. Water Supplies
Republicans Attempt to Ax Program Monitoring Carcinogens
Who Determines Safety of New Food Ingredients?
Number of Environmental Refugees to Grow to 50 Million by 2020
THIS WEEK IN GOOD NEWS!
China Confronts Mounting Piles of Unsold Goods
German Shipyards See Future in Wind Power
The village where people have dementia – and fun
ODDS & ENDS:
U.S. journalists trade independence for access
Correspondence and collusion between the New York Times and the CIA
Pasadena publisher launches a system for outsourcing local news
Church Sues Fish and Wildlife Service for Diverting Stream it Used for Baptisms
Russia Plays Game of Arctic Roulette in Oil Exploration
Mexico Shooting Highlights U.S. Role in Drug War
Shas spiritual leader calls on Jews to pray for annihilation of Iran
Atlanta Teacher Fired After Allegedly Cheating On Tests Because Her Students Were “Dumb As Hell”
Looking for kids’ books? Avoid this Monsanto propaganda
Chimps Infected with Human Diseases Pose Possible Risk to Reintroduction Efforts
Hidden Cost of Hamburgers is Greater than Reported
Meet the real-life Dude who inspired ‘The Big Lebowski’
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