The Written Register

There was once a wonderful little podcast program called “The Writer’s Almanac” which was hosted by the dulcet tones of writer and radio personality Garrison Keillor. It ran on National Public Radio via Minnesota Public Radio. The show and Mr. Keillor’s radio presence were terminated a few months ago due to allegations of ‘inappropriate behavior’ […]

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Thomas Sankara

Thomas Sankara, former president of the African country Burkina Faso, was born on this day in 1949. He was assassinated and overthrown by his subordinate Blaise Compaoré in 1987. A week before his assassination, he declared: “While revolutionaries as individuals can be murdered, you cannot kill ideas.” A user from the website Reddit has posted […]

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The Wolf

It was dark and cold. And yet he was awake all the same. Beside him lay her, peaceful, at rest. Lost deep in a dreamland of which he could only guess. He got up slowly, careful not to disturb her. He put on his boots and his coat. Buttoned to the neck. He stepped out […]

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Transmission 004

“And Lord, bless this meal and those at this table. Give them stillness of heart and clarity of mind – help them to make their way in this fallen world. Let us also, Lord, give thanks for the Tower, that magnificent structure which you have given to us. Let its power be unmatched as it metes […]

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Transmission 003

The following television segment was aired live on May 17th. It is rebroadcast here on Revolutionary Radio for educational purposes only.    “Thank you! Thank you all so very much for that warm introduction! We have a great show for you today! Three-time Academy Award winning actor Kelvin Tracey is here today to talk about […]

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Transmission 002

The following excerpt has been by obtained by Revolution Radio through a FOIA request via the DoD. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this material could result in criminal prosecution and civil liability. “…is this thing on? What? What button do I push? Oh ok. Ahem. Sorry. Hello. This is Dr. Terrence Bard. I am a […]

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Transmission 001

“No one remembers where the tower came from but they remember its first victim: the President of the United States. It was a typical rah rah “American might” military speech, the usual sabre rattling that made Conservative fathers in their 50s harder than Viagra. Some of the crowd cheered, protesters held signs, and then BZZT […]

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