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Dr. Glen MacPherson is the head of the World Hum Map and Database Project, a scientific investigation of the auditory phenomenon affecting thousands worldwide. Check out the project at www.thehum.info, where you can find information about the project, crowdsourced data, information for those hearing the noise, and guides for determining whether you…
 
Where does the Federal Reserve come from? Who was there when it was created? Can a person be pestered to death? These are the important questions we'll answer in this podcast recounting how the banking system we've come to know today came to be. Join the Tinderbox podcast as we investigate the making and unmaking of a massive conspiracy of money in…
 
Ever wondered why your politicians don't seem to care what you think? Feel like a taxpayer whose voice isn't considered in the big scheme of things? Ever wonder where all the money goes? This post is a hot take on taxation and representation, and more importantly, how debt gets in between the two. Special thanks to Reason.com for not taking unsolic…
 
Chris DeRose is the New York Times Bestselling author of "The Fighting Bunch," "Star Spangled Scandal," "The Presidents' War," "Congressman Lincoln," and "Founding Rivals." Link to "The Fighting Bunch" https://www.amazon.com/Fighting-Bunch-Successful-Rebellion-Revolution-ebook/dp/B084M1Y65B/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=fighting+bunch&qid=1590284365…
 
Works CitedAbelmann, Nancy, and John Lie. Blue Dreams Korean Americans and the Los Angeles Riots. Harvard University Press, 2009. Park, Carol. Memoir of a Cashier: Korean Americans, Racism, and Riots. Young Oak Kim Center for Korean American Studies at the University of California Riverside, 2017. Understanding the Riots: Los Angeles before and aft…
 
In this final chapter of Angel Fire, we talk about the tensions following the riot and the fate of a few of our characters. And because this podcast was recorded in 2020, we talk about how race riots can be averted before they start by consulting Angela Oh directly, as well as a pair of activists working in the trenches. We discuss the importance o…
 
The riots have begun and in this third chapter of the Angel Fire podcast series, you'll hear about the incredible violence visited on the Korean American community in LA. This podcast will center on Koreatown, LA, and detail the many people who tried to defend their neighborhoods and make peace in the midst of conflict. We talk about the media trea…
 
In this second chapter of Angel Fire, we take a view from the top, examining the Rodney King case and how it brought to light all of the problems in city government. We walk you through Korean American reactions to the Rodney King case, examining how the minority saw itself in the midst of it all. When the verdict arrives, we'll walk you through th…
 
Tinderbox will be investigating the Korean American experience of the 1992 LA Riots in this series, "Angel Fire". In this episode, we delve deep into the People vs. Soon Ja Du, a criminal case that had major implications for race relations in LA in 1991. It acts as an entry point to understanding a troubled city, its history, its people, and why th…
 
Bill Taing works with API RISE, an organization that seeks to empower the Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander American communities and specifically those individuals who have been impacted by the criminal justice system. (See more at https://www.api-rise.org)Tim Kornegay is a community advocate and educator with LA Voice, which is a multi-r…
 
Join us for a conversation with Angela E. Oh, activist, community organizer, mediator, and Zen Buddhist priest. During the 1992 LA Riots, Angela Oh took a central role as unofficial spokesperson for the Korean American community. She has a long career in the law, ranging from civil rights to criminal cases, as well as mediation. Currently, she is o…
 
We review The Fourth Turning, a 1997 book that is said to have foretold the current crisis point in American history. Along the way, Will tells you what to expect out of this crisis and speculates on what the next phase might look like. Will we enter a new springtime of society after all?Credits:The Fourth Turning, by William Strauss and Neil Howe,…
 
In this second edition of Out Flew Enza, Will talks about the early years of the CDC and its evolution from the DDT-dusted Malaria Control in War Areas project. Watch the mind behind the CDC, Joe Mountin, come together with Coca Cola through the philanthropic interest of its autocratic Board Chair, Robert Woodruff and his clout with a Georgia insti…
 
Stuck in a quarantine? We've been here before. The centennial of the dramatic, influenza-ridden 1920 presidential election approaches. Join the Tinderbox Podcast as we delve into the pandemic of 1918, the failing presidency of Woodrow Wilson, and the rise of a dark horse Republican candidate in 1920.Avalon Project - President Woodrow Wilson's Fourt…
 
Tried to fit it all, but limited to 4k characters, email me with questions:“Former Officials Disclaim Hiding.” The Atlanta Constitution, 10 Aug. 1946.“Arkansas GIs Threaten New Riots.” The Knoxville Journal, 10 Aug. 1946.Autumn, H. “TOHA Releases 'Battle of Athens' Map.” Daily Post Athenian, 11 June 2014.“Dies of Injuries.” The Tennessean, 15 Nov. …
 
Warning: strong language present in this podcast, including quoted racial epithets.In Chapter 4, we delve into the events kicking off the Battle of Athens on August 1st, 1946. Your favorite characters, Paul Cantrell and Bill White, are present, with the former rallying votes in the final hours of the election, and Bill White gathering his brute squ…
 
In Chapter 3, we examine the heated political campaign of the summer of 1946, giving you all the juicy background bits on the political players. Sit alongside the GI's as they find out the extent to which the election is being thrown against them. Learn how the Democratic political machine crushed its opposition. And feel the heat rise as August 1s…
 
In Chapter 2, we delve into the life of Paul Cantrell, a politician who came to power in the rocky days of the Great Depression. Cantrell's long administration, first as sheriff and then as state senator, came to be known for its corruption, thuggery, and electioneering. Follow Paul Cantrell's career with us as we examine the life of a man rising i…
 
As the Battle of Athens draws to a close, the consequences of the conflict are felt throughout Tennessee and the nation. We analyze the outcomes of the conflict, the strengthening of the home rule of local governance, and why it took a group of political outsiders to change the world. Finally, we have our final words with Bill White and Paul Cantre…
 
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