This week: we hear from Mark Galeotti about drug use and drug policies in Russia, and we talk with Michael Mullins from Stoney Girl Gardens on the first day of legal retail marijuana sales in Oregon. 29:00 minutes (26.55 MB)
The drug czar's office failed to release its annual drug control strategy for fiscal year 2015. On this week's Century Of Lies we talk about that, plus the upcoming 2016 election, with Sanho Tree, director of the Drug Policy Project at the Institute for Policy Studies. 29:00 minutes (26.55 MB)
What follows was originally a list of links that I posted in order ot help listeners navigate the terrain: The Mojave's Indigenous People, the sites sacred to them, the incursion of the 'Green' energy Gang and the selling of the environmental movement to power companies. Between all these opposong forces, Robert Lundahl & Co. exposes the dirty truth in the sand..It starts with this:
Mic Crenshaw is many things; a hip hop artist, a music ambassador, an activist and a co-manager at radio station KBOO in Portland. But one thing he is not is someone who holds his tongue about the music scene as it is affected by race or race as it is affected by society. Don Merrill talks with a candid Mic Crenshaw about music, motorcycles, Africa, the police, family, his love for the Pacific Northwest and much more.
57:47 minutes (52.9 MB)
We speak with musician Laurie Dameron about her Multimedia Environmental Concerts tour, which includes an October 4th presentation at Mississippi Pizza in Portland. Laurie's presentation, “What Can I Do?” Spaceship Earth features the photography of John Fielder, Karl Snyder and Lauarie Dameron along with slide shows, information, video and live music! 8:08 minutes (9.3 MB)