"Historical Highlights of the American Revolution"
July 28 All About Energy Program
Electricity: How Much of It Do We Use, How Do We Get It, and How Much More Will We Need?
advocates use of thorium as a new primary energy source
Meeting # 3,487 - college regular Tim Bolger - What is the grid? What are we paying ComEd for? How much do we get from wind and solar? How much natural gas is there? What about "clean coal"? that Trump wants?
US Honduras Solidarity Network / La Voz de los de Abajo
and the Immigration Issue
Meeting # 3,484 - Vicki Cervantes talks about the immigrantion issue
La Voz de los de Abajo: an international human rights organization based in Chicago and with more than 15 years of history accompanying Honduran social movements
Le Jour de Glorie est Arrive - Happy Bastille Day!
The History of Revolutions
Meeting # 3,485 - college regular Charles Paidock at over 3,000 years of uprisings and
insurrections that led to social and economic change
The French Revolution is regarded as the first modern revolution because it changed the structure of society, rather than simply replacing the existing ruler or even the political regime, and created new ideologies to explain its course when nothing suitable could be adopted from the past.
Professor says income inequality can be mitigated by policy, but is only leveled by upheaval - produced by war, disease, state collapse, or revolution.
The Deep State: Conspiracy Theory or Hidden History
Who Are The Illuminati?
Meeting # 3,486 - Ellen Corley, College of Complex regular with 20+ years of experience as a Business Intelligence Analyst, will give us an overview of the latest research on the Deep State according to leading scholars on the subject, Peter Dale Scott and Mike Lofgren. She will also give a scholarly assessment of what "conspiracy theories" about the nature of the Deep State are true and which are false relative to the Deep State's connections to 9/11 and the Illuminati/ New World Order.