It is one thing to be motivated by our outrage at the lies and manipulation we are subjected to each and every day. It is another thing entirely to be driven by blind hatred of this system. Tonight on the final episode of Corbett Report Radio James warns against the temptation to define ourselves by hatred of the way things are and offers an alternative: to define ourselves by love for our friends and family, the world around us, and the world we can help to bring into being. Join us tonight for the final voyage of Corbett Report Radio.
All good things come to an end, and so too must Corbett Report Radio. In this penultimate episode of the broadcast James explains why Corbett Report Radio is going off the air (for the time being) and plays some clips from some of his favorite episodes.
We turn our attention to the Asia-Pacific tonight (where doomsday has failed to arrive) for a discussion with Broc West of AP-Perspective.blogspot.com. We discuss the Japanese elections, Australian customs scandals, the doomsday mindset, and much more.
‘Tis the season of prediction, and as we look ahead to 2013 James delivers a warning about the prediction fever that sweeps the media at this time of year. Having said that, we’ll also take a look at some of the trends that are likely to shape the world around us in the year ahead.
It’s hard to believe that another year has come and gone already, but it’s mid-December and 2012 is almost finished. Tonight on the program we look back at the year that was and highlight some of the stories that defined the year economically and geopolitically. Join us for this moment of retrospection as we process what happened and where things are heading from here.
Tonight James breaks down some of the issues that could change the political, economic, and geopolitical landscape in the weeks, months, and years ahead, and even change the face of the map itself. From elections and leadership changes in East Asia to secession movements around the world to the latest drama in the Iranian nuclear saga, Corbett Report Radio has it covered.
Tonight we talk to Dr. James F. Tracy, Associate Professor of Media Studies at Florida Atlantic University about the academy. What part do academics play in the current slide into tyranny in the developed world? What is the responsibility of intellectuals? What happened to the social activism that was once an integral part of campus culture? Tune in tonight as we explore these important issues.
We step out of the hard news and geopolitics for a moment tonight to look at some of the stranger stories from the world of science, society and pop culture. From hibernating humans to royal rituals, predictive programming to seizure weapons, tonight’s episode covers a range of stories that will make you scratch your head.