Robert Larson us from the otherside of Cleveland National Forest. We talk about five people who are being charged with murder after the death of someone in a drug treatment center died in there care.... Plus road rage and rolling coal!!!!
Neil deMause from fieldofschemes.com joins us for his weekly visit. We talk Scott Walker's hypocrisy for opposing all "wasteful" spending while spending nearly 500 million dollars in subsidies for the Bucks new arena. For here we veer off into how depressing campaign 2016 has become before going back on course to talk about the Olympics and Minnesota United. Plus more!
Neil deMause from fieldofschemes.com joins us to talk about the Milwaukee Bucks city council vote, Key Bank not paying for it's naming rights to the Seattle Arena since the Sonics left and is Olympic stadium in Montreal really that decrepit?
We close out on the re-writing of the lead up to the Iraq war.... If I only known then questions that are being asked of the 2016 field of candidates for president. It didn't take a genius then to figure out that the war in Iraq was a bad idea and it didn't take a security clearance to figure that out. Also discussed..... being annoyed with Bruce Jenner's super commercial coming out party. Just throw out the info via press release and be done with it. Bruce, no womens name known yet, is...
Neil deMause joins us from fieldofschemes.com. We talk about the city of St. Louis both getting sued and the threat of a law suit from both sides of the stadium debate for the Rams. We also talk about the City of Anaheim firing it's chief negotiator, Charles Black, after he let Angeles owner Arte Moreno have three more years to opt out of the current lease agreement. Also discussed how bad the new MLB commissioner is at shaking down cities for stadium subsidies, at least early in his tenure.
Robert Larson joins us from the other side of the Cleveland National Forest. Discussed is a cop that didn't secure his suspect in the police car and drove the car away as the cop was wrapping us his investigation. A Murrieta women who was prostituting her own daughters, one of whom was under age. This an more from the Inland Empire!
Dawn Paley author of "Drug War Capitalism" joins us to talk about how the Drug Wars real aim in South America is to expand markets that were previously untapped to Multinational Corporations while terrorizing the local population. Our discussion is just the tip of the ice burg for more information read the book!. www.akpress.org/drug-war-capitalism.html
Neil deMause from the blog field of schemes.com joins us to talk about the ramifications of the Obama administration proposal for sports stadium projects no longer being funded though the use of municipal bonds. We also talk about the Georgia courts throwing out a lawsuit challenging the Georgia World Congress Authority's standing to issue bonds for the new Atlanta Falcons stadium. MLS trying to get a publicly subsidized stadium in Minneapolis.... and so much more
Jessica Schoech the curator of the Vegan Street Fair joins us to discuss the upcoming fair, veganism, and the work involved with putting together the first Vegan Street Fair. For more info go to: www.veganstreetfair.com
Jason Blackmore director of the new film Records Collecting Dust joins us to talk about his new film in advance of it's one night screening at the Frida Cinema. For more information go to: thefridacinema.org
Neil deMause from www.fieldofschemes.com joins us for his weekly visit to review new stadium schemes of the previous week. This week we discuss the Los Angeles NFL clusterf**k over which of the three teams Chargers, Raiders and Rams will be left standing and calling LA their new home. Also discussed the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars blackmailing himself....
Robert Larson joins us from the otherside of the Cleveland National Forest. We talk about high school drug stings of special needs kids, a hit gone bad and an old historic cafe that is in danger of demolition.
Dave Mesrey from the Navin Field Grounds Crew joins us to talk about how the Navin Field Grounds Crew saved the field where the Detroit Tigers once played. More information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/NFGC2010 ~HM
We talk about the on going St. Louis Rams saga. With the central question not being asked of why does Stan Konenke willing to settle for a lower subsidy in Inglewood then in St Louis? Among other things discussed the Boston Olympic Bid,IZOD arena shutting down for 2 years, and an Atlanta Braves update.