Peak oil a thing of the past? Maybe, but Tower of Power remains plenty good.
Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where Nature may heal and cheer and give strength to body and soul alike. Nevertheless, like anything else worthwhile, from the very beginning, however well-guarded, they have always been subject to attack by despoiling gain-seekers and mischief-makers of every degree from Satan to senators, eagerly trying to make everything immediately and selfishly commercial, with schemes disguised in smug-smiling philanthropy, industriously, shampiously crying, “Conservation, conservation, panutilization,” that man and beast may be fed and the dear nation made great.
But be sure to tune in to KUOI’s live broadcast from the UI Commons’ ice rink!
Economics aside, the fiscal cliff just diverts attention from poverty, healthcare, etc. Austerity or let’s just pay for what we want?
With a show named after a Vietnam-era dove famous for investigating the dirty secrets of a war gone awry, the legacy of our involvement in the various countries of Southeast Asia and it’s heinous effect on one particular ethnic group seems requisite. An enthralling piece of radio that has been debated hotly in recent months for reasons that are evident in the last ten minutes. Regardless of that debate, the disturbing remnants of wars should be a cautionary tale for a country intent on fighting them across the globe.
Frank Church In A Bolshevik Washroom returns to the KUOI airwaves this Thursday, January 17.
Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor said that of two GOP presidential candidates, “one is a practicing polygamist, and he’s not even the Mormon.” (according to an Associated Press report)
Alice Cooper: “Elected”
Black Sabbath: “War Pigs”