Monthly Archives: April 2016

Episode 68 :: Ed Fallon–climate action activist, lawmaker turned talk show host

EdFallonShow Notes

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Ed Fallon bio, former lawmaker, host of Fallon Forum

Founder of the Great March for Climate Action | Wikipedia | Facebook

Interview with Senator Rob Hogg, author of America’s Climate Century

David Zahrt’s Ruminations of the Great March for Climate Action

Also Mentioned:

Non-commercial satellite/internet TV: Free Speech TV // LINK TV //  RT America

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Coming

Episode 69: Walter Brueggemann (May 15, preview now) – renowned Biblical scholar and author

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Episode 67 :: redmoonsong, Simple Living War Tax Resister

Show Notes

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redmoonsong, right, with Cindy Sheehan at a war tax gathering in Asheville in 2013.

redmoonsong lives in North Carolina and is a committed war tax resister among her many other activities. “Choosing Simple Living,” a post about redmoonsong on National War Tax Resister Coordinating Committee’s site, lists Jorgen Lissner’s Ten Reasons for Choosing a Simpler Lifestyle.

Also, Practical War Tax Resistance #5: Low Income/Simple Living as War Tax Resistance

Jorgen Lissner’s Ten Reasons for Choosing a Simpler Lifestyle in SLW! collection Treasury of Celebrations.

War Tax Talk with Shane Claiborne — well worth your time though sound quality is not optimal.

Charles Gray‘s classic, “Toward a Non-Violent Economics.”

Also Mentioned

“Organize His Way: A Christ-Centered Approach to Organizing Your Life” EileenKoffMinistries.com

Jerusalem Farm, urban communal living in Kansas City

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