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My Own Private Entropy

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Air Cascadia
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Fri, 05/10/2013

 

Today in History...

 

You may not know a lot about Pattern Recognition…

 

but Pattern Recognition knows all about you…What do Santa Clara County, the Southern Pacific Railroad and  today relate to one another?  Think fast or it will be tomorrow... Think slow and it will be Pattern Recognition.  Don’t think at all and it will be next stop Santa Clara.

 Activists in 77 cities will be protesting against corporate rule and political corruption on Friday, May 10. This date marks the 127th anniversary of the Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad decision, in which the Supreme Court first ruled that corporations are "persons,” entitled to rights under the U.S Constitution.

 

Tomorrow in Entropy

 

Robert Maclean ean is a former air marshal fired for an act of whistleblowing.  He has continued to fight over seven long years for what once would have passed as simple justice: getting his job back. His is an all-too-twenty-first-century story of the extraordinary lengths to which the U.S. government is willing to go to thwart whistleblowers.

 

First, the government retroactively classified a previously unclassified text message to justify firing MacLean. Then it invoked arcane civil service procedures, including an “interlocutory appeal” to thwart him and, in the process, enjoyed the approval of various courts and bureaucratic boards apparently willing to stamp as “legal” anything the government could make up in its own interest.

 

And yet here’s the miracle at the heart of this tale: MacLean refused to quit, when ordinary mortals would have thrown in the towel.  Now, with a recent semi-victory, he may not only have given himself a shot at getting his old job back, but also create a precedent for future federal whistleblowers. In the post-9/11 world, people like Robert MacLean show us how deep the Washington rabbit hole really goes.

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At the Crossroads: Aggro-Culture After the Last of Hunter-Gatherers

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Air Cascadia
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Thu, 05/09/2013

The 2013 Village Building Convergence, another crossroads in time, and Succession, the ecosystem’s millichambered hourglass, keeping track of time. Ticking off tracks in time running scalar sand through lacy finders; Pattern reflected on pattern, rain falling on infinite isinglass winter morning

 

At the Crossroads…Go ask Robert Johnson…10, 15, 20 thousand years ago, our hunting/gathering ancestors at the spot where their paths met, exchanged food, weaponry, seeds, sperm and perhaps,

Words.

Was language born at the crossroads? Human speech is based on Pattern Recognition.  The Holy Zero; the Hellish One contain all the potential suspended in the living matrix.

Pattern recognition…

And the cellular maps, whispering, glowing, keeping watch for landfall.

 

Wednesday, May 15 marks 65 years since the Nakba(Catastrophe): the dispossession, forced exile, and ethnic cleansing of 750,000 Palestinians from their land before and during the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.

 

Sixty-five years later, Palestinians still face an ongoing Nakba as Israel continues to deny the right of return of displaced Palestinians and to illegally colonize Palestinian lands. Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip have now lived under a brutal Israeli military occupation for nearly 46 years, and Palestinians in Israel live under apartheid- more than 50 laws enshrine their status as second-class citizens based on their ethnic and religious identity.

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This is Your Brain on Money; This Your Country on e-bay...

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Air Cascadia
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Wed, 05/08/2013

www.citizensagainstlng.com

 

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Illahee

 

The Illahee Institute's fifth and final lecture of the 2013 series features Jeffrey Clements.  And the question under consideration is, 'Who Pwns Our Government?' Good questions.  Not the usual 1 percent suspects.  Perhaps a nameless , faceless globalized corporate eminence gris, a shadow casting the shadow of a shadow a numbered account with no accountability; A colorless, tasteless cloud of ‘1’s and ‘0’s.

 

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Nakba

Wednesday, May 15 marks 65 years since the Nakba(Catastrophe): the dispossession, forced exile, and ethnic cleansing of 750,000 Palestinians from their land before and during the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.

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As the Saying Goes: 'Every Mushroom Cloud has a Red Lining'...or something like that...

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Air Cascadia
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Tue, 05/07/2013

 

So… if it turns out Israel used the sarin gas, does that mean the US attacks Israel?

 

 

 

And… if Yeman and Pakistan draw their own ‘Red Lines’ around targeted assassinations carried out by drones operated by slack-jawed military hillbillies three miles under a mountain in Utah, does that mean Obama’s crossed it?

 

 

 

But if the application of the Responsibility to Protect Doctrine to Syria is based upon outright lies, propaganda and half-truths -- as with all the baseless accusations over the last several weeks regarding the Syrian government using nerve gas and calls for U.S. military intervention,  then aren’t Israeli strikes on Syria obvious violations of international law?

 

 

 

None of this of course excuses any violation of international human rights law that might have been committed by the Assad government.

 

And nowhere in the Doctrine is there a photo of a shirtless Vladimir Putin waving a chair at a lion. (viz: Ancient Assyria, lions, mythology, hubris)

 

So… if it turns out Israel used the sarin gas, does that mean the US attacks Israel?

 

 

 

And… if Yeman and Pakistan draw their own ‘Red Lines’ around targeted assassinations carried out by drones operated by slack-jawed military hillbillies three miles under a mountain in Utah, does that mean Obama’s crossed it?

 

 

 

But if the application of the Responsibility to Protect Doctrine to Syria is based upon outright lies, propaganda and half-truths -- as with all the baseless accusations over the last several weeks regarding the Syrian government using nerve gas and calls for U.S. military intervention,  then aren’t Israeli strikes on Syria obvious violations of international law?

 

 

 

None of this of course excuses any violation of international human rights law that might have been committed by the Assad government.

 

And nowhere in the Doctrine is there a photo of a shirtless Vladimir Putin waving a chair at a lion. (viz: Ancient Assyria, lions, mythology, hubris)

 

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Syria's Business....

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Air Cascadia
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Fri, 05/03/2013

 

 

US Drone Wars: The Constitutional and Counterterrorism Implications of Targeted Killing

Submitted to the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights

 

Testimony Prepared by: Robert S. McCaw.

Robert McCaw, Farea al-Muslimi and Noam Chomsky walk up to the Gates of Heaven. Saint Peter looks up from the gem-studded, jewel-encrusted, gilded tome witch conceals the latest edition of Hustler rather in the same manner that a Kardashian conceals not much.

SP: Do you have a reservation?

Chomsky: Do we look like Indians?

SP: Hm. Depends…Hey, if this is a trick question designed to entrap me for racial profiling…

Al-Muslimi: No entrapment required. 

SP slams the book shut, sighs, lights a cigarette and speaks into a small cloud hovering above and to the left of his desk: Gwen? Listen, hold my calls and shit for, oh, I guess 30 , 45 minutes? Make it an hour.  I’ll need to decompensate…

(SP listens)

Uh, yoga. Keeps my Shaktis aligned…What?…..Of course I know what a ‘Shakti’ is..Right;; and Jesus invented yoga like Al Gore invented the Internet…

Al-Muslimi: That’s good!

Chomsky: Wish I’d said it.

McCaw: Or Edward Said – peace be upon him -  wrote the Koran…or

Saint Peter: (Leaps to his feet, upending desk, book, cloud.  Magazine falls out.

McCaw: or Obama wrote ‘Who Wrote the Book of Love’

Al-Muslimi: Wish I’d said that…

Saint Peter: Shut up. Just shut the fuck up.  For Christ’s sake, this is it the Big H…

Chomsky:  Heroin?

SP: (Shakes head.  The question is too stupid to deflect) not a Three Stooges Special. God, why do parents let their kids watch that shit anyway.  A whole lost generation…several.

(Gigantic, thunderous voice off-stage: Because either it’s a single family househoid or else both parents work, or the kids are teenagers experimenting with amphetamines.  Anything else?)

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The Future as the Prison We Purchased With Our Past

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Air Cascadia
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Tue, 04/30/2013

I'd love to leave links in my tracks through the woods

 

www.Forestdefensenow.com

Jacki Dingfelder, 503-986-1723

http://www.prwatch.org/news/2013/04/12073/having-spent-millions-influencing-three-branches-government-kochs-look-buy-fourth

 

Thirty people were  arrested protesting against unmanned aerial drones outside Hancock Field Air Force National Guard Base. 

Syracuse, New York, y’know…

After a series of sleepless rallies and workshops held in Syracuse over the weekend by the Upstate Coalition to Ground the Drones and End the Wars.The Post-Standard reports that the arrests Sunday came

A group of people lying on the base's driveway were arrested. Charges include disorderly conduct, obstructing governmental administration and loitering. About 250 people had marched to the gates,

“ some pounding drums and chanting.” Yes, but what color were their knickers? That’s for you ladies.  Boys; are you athletic supporters? Of course you are.

But, getting arrested. Over. And. Over. And Over. Again. While the rest of the country’s got its head in a bag of Doritos and its arse translated into ones and zeros that spark and flash across the sky over Wall Street, The City, Hong Kong, Singapore.

Look! Up in the sky! It’s your arse making money for Rupert Murdoch.

They go to jail – and in some cases prison – for their beliefs, on your behalf, in the name of some semblance of a future…

And all the other arses should go jail.  For being addicted that rots body and soul faster than heroin ever did.

And I should know…

The base is home to the 174th Attack Wing of the New York Air National Guard, which operates unmanned, armed drones. They are used for intelligence gathering and bombing ground targets.

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It's All 1's and 0's: the CEO's won and the rest of us get 0's

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Air Cascadia
program date: 
Mon, 04/29/2013

Hubris is one of the great renewable resources.

 

-   P. J. O'Rourke

 

 

 

We have a gaggle of over-paid under-achievers roaming the tunnels of our medical care delivery apparatus.  We have a state microbe…and we have this: School of the Americas Watch (SOA Watch) shoots and scores.   Yes.  SOA Watch won a hard-ass court case against the Pentagon!

 

The judge ruled that the Pentagon has no grounds for its refusal to disclose the names of graduates and instructors of the SOA/WHINSEC  (the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation). This is another setback for the Pentagon, following the withdrawal announcements by Nicaragua and Ecuador.

 

And the Department of Justice, which represented the Pentagon in the lawsuit, did not immediately respond to an Associated Press request for comment on Wednesday. The Obama administration has 90 days to appeal the judge's order to release the names of SOA/ WHINSEC graduates and instructors to SOA Watch.

 

 

 

In a rare reflection of judicial independence, United States District Judge Phyllis J. Hamilton from the Northern District of California ordered the Pentagon to release the names of who trains and teaches at SOA/WHINSEC, a U.S. military training school for Latin American soldiers that has been connected to torturers, death squads and military dictators throughout the Americas. Human rights activists had taken the U.S. government to court over its refusal to release the information, and won.

 

 

Read the court ruling here: SOAW.org/judgment

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'Call It, Friend-o': Why "Gun Control" Will Kick Down Your Door and Take You Away.

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Air Cascadia
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Thu, 04/25/2013

Has anyone stopped to question why the federal government - that greater part of which represents private interests and the hyper-private transfer of power from people to corporations?

In the not too distant future, expect the knock on that door in your head and the voice in your ear saying: It's too late; I'm already in the house...

Yes, You are not alone.  And Yes, Catherine Austin Fitts told us that there is really only one plausible reason that the administration is betting the House (pun intended) on "gun control"....

And Yes Again: Corporations are people too.  And people put other people in prison all the Time

Private police

Private prisons

Private planet.

That's 'Cop-italism', Baby. Feel it swell and harden

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Musical Chairs : Wyden Dueling and Dealing on the Sen. Finance Committee

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Air Cascadia
program date: 
Wed, 04/24/2013

Oregon’s gift to the  Senate Finance Committee  is about to be Sen. Ron Wyden.  Wyden at the front of the  line if his fellow Democrats keep control of the Senate in the 2014 elections.

The pending chairmanship offers Wyden the chance to be a key player on issues affecting a huge chunk of the economy and of government: taxes, health care, international trade and Social Security.  To say nothing of the pressure, that slight twist in the groin administered by AIPAC operatives.  But a name means nothing til you sign it.  And Ron signed on long ago.  Ask Bob Packwood; the former Senator was the last Oregonian to hold the committee's chairmanship before his resignation in 1995.

 

Packwood said that besides shaping legislation on some of the biggest issues in Washington, Wyden will be in a position to extract favors from the chairmen of other committees – all of whom also want provisions in the tax code that have a particular impact on their states.

Right: that’s how they get it done in Washington.  Chairman a Chairman duels and deals.

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A Painful Brainful: That was Earth Day; Now It's Back to World Day

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Air Cascadia
program date: 
Tue, 04/23/2013

 

If it’s Tuesday…

Then the Constitution subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing on the ethics, legality, constitutionality, and political costs of the drone strike policy.

 

This will be the first time in the history of the drone strike policy that there has been a public Congressional hearing like this focused on the policy.

The history of drone strike policy: now there’s a painful brainful.

The House Judiciary Committee says it postponed its meeting to authorize the issuance of a subpoena to the Department of Justice for documents pertaining to the legal justification of drone strikes on alleged terrorists overseas, after DOJ agreed to provide the requested documents to the committee. Once arrangements are made for viewing the documents, the Committee will cancel the meeting to authorize the subpoena, its statement says. [The statement notes that some - but not all -of these documents have been provided to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees and the Senate Judiciary Committee, so it will be striking to see whether House Judiciary will stop pushing when it gets what the other committees got, or whether it will keep pushing.]

The House Judiciary Committee says it postponed its meeting to authorize the issuance of a subpoena to the Department of Justice for documents pertaining to the legal justification of drone strikes on alleged terrorists overseas, after DOJ agreed to provide the requested documents to the committee. Once arrangements are made for viewing the documents, the Committee will cancel the meeting to authorize the subpoena, its statement says. [The statement notes that some - but not all -of these documents have been provided to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees and the Senate Judiciary Committee, so it will be striking to see whether House Judiciary will stop pushing when it gets what the other committees got, or whether it will keep pushing.]

 

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Comments

membership means more

your threat of quitting your membership gives me two options for analysis:

1) you gave money to Theresa via KBOO.

2) if Theresa died tomorrow, you'd give up your membership.

my interpretation

1) that's cool, man.  you support community-based radio based solely on your dedication to one weekly half-hour show. that demonstrates that Theresa's voice represents/intrigues you (and many, many others); however you don't feel represented by any one of the other 500 people who volunteer their time and energy in the 24/7 endevour, and you don't value the input (and miraculous existence!) of the other 5-10,000 members and ten times as many listeners; neither do you support the KBOO mission of including as many underrepresented voices as possible on the air, with natural turnover, schedule changes and opportunities as new people arrive.  Membership gives you the power to affect the decision-making, which is why you gave money to Theresa via KBOO; and, by golly, you will do everything in your power to keep her on the air, and you want the KBOO website visitors to know how you feel when they read the comments.  You'd even like them to join you in your fight.

2) wow.

my opinion

Personally, Theresa's show is one of my  favourites and there are plenty of shows that I not only don't like or don't listen to, but also complain about out loud.  It's my radio station, and, like my family, I will not be quiet when they need to shape up or ship out.

writing inflammatory statements on the webpage will remain simply that: inflammatory statements with a reaction or two from trolls (see the 20 pages of Anonymous written about me because of the audio I submitted that Jenka edited), which, in the end, result in: NOTHING.  If you want to chat with others online, that's fine, but you should know that nothing said here is considered in the Committee meetings. It's just an informal public forum, not policy binding.

my advice

Instead of threatening us (volunteers, members, listeners and our very existence), why not use your valuable internet time to phrase it as, for example, a question to which one of us could easily respond:  "Have there been any changes to Theresa's show?  I noticed lately that it has been preemented or even cut.  It is my favourite show. [I fear Air Cascadia will take its place--not necessary but very telling that you chose Chris' page to write it--ed.]. "  You can copy the question to Theresa's email (though I know from experience she doesn't respond) and/or print it out and put it in her cubby hole at the station. And/or show up to the meetings.  And/or call Theresa during her show--she takes calls, you know.  Ask her if she'll train or mentor you to do the same kind of work she does.

p.s.  Air Cascadia basically is the AM News is Chris Andreae: i was engineering {i'm flattered that you liked it}and was very sad when it was cut--but that is the way of the station; we adhere and adapt to the ever-fluctuating needs of the larger community--but i watched, with great pleasure, as it morphed into Air Cascadia.  Though i adore Dennis Bernstein, 15 less minutes of his voice is no skin off my back. 

Highting!

Crystal

air cascadia

im a conservative right wing trucker and i think cris andrae is the greatest broadcaster on the radio. i try to listen when i dont need traffic reports.
her scathing commentary is the best. i would join kboo but i fear america will become too weak and barry will force me to find a green job soon . keep up the good work
michael j

The anchor news program

The anchor news program Democracy Now, conveiniently aired at 11 AM so that all could tune in was moved to 7 AM with a result that most if not all of the people who work nights won't be tuning in as they are still sleeping. Also missed the 40th anniversary bash as it was inconveinently held from 4 to 10 Pm, on a weekday, which would exclude anyone working swing from attending unless they took a day off. Why couldn't this have been held on a Saturday or Sunday?
Air Cascadia is a very rough and unpolished program that leaves me tuning to OPB or just turning it off.
The choppy, emergent voice of Cris Andreae is certainly a large part in that.
If it is true that Press Watch will be axed for this then it will be an easy decision to withhold future pledges from this listener.

What happened to Presswatch?

Is Air Cascadia taking over what Therisa has been doing? If so, I may give up my membership. First, the am news gets axed to accomodate Democracy Now, now is Presswatch going under the plow?

 

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