What

is our

New

American

Dream?

“I believe in opening your presents Christmas morning rather than Christmas Eve, that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone …” — Crash Davis, Bull Durham

That’s not quite what we believe at The New American Dream Radio Show.

We believe that Crash Davis believes what he believes because he has been brainwashed by American newspapers and American culture.

We believe there is so much more … so much more … that Americans live on lies, subsist on lies, but it’s not really living.

Your brother-in-law, Brad, tries to send you to Siberia with a roll of his eyes at the Thanksgiving adult big table because you have dared to ask one of the taboo questions about 9/11, or the moon, JFK, Sandy Hook, Boston — but you, because you listen to The New American Dream Radio Show — know that you are not alone and that you have a right to ask any goddamn question you want.

And so, that’s how it’s going to go from now on …

Just as they said in the fake anthrax letters … they want us to be afraid … those murderers who are in the same house with us … but we are not afraid.

We will ask any question we want … and in the end … truth will win out and peace will break out … as the empire crumbles …

That is what we believe.

Tom Sterner

Poet, Colorado

Tom {WordWulf} Sterner, lives in Redding, California and Arvada, Colorado. He has been published in magazines and on the internet, include Howling Dog Press/Omega, Skyline Literary Review, The Storyteller, and Flashquake. He is the winner of the Marija Cerjak Award for Avant-Garde/Experimental Writing and was nominated for the Pushcart...

Debra Sweet

Debra Sweet is the Director of World Can’t Wait, initiated in 2005 to “drive out the Bush regime” by repudiating its program, forcing it from office through a mass, independent movement and reversing the direction it had launched.  Based in New York City, she leads World Can’t Wait in its continuing efforts to stop the crimes of our government, including the...

Doug Draime

Poet, California

Doug Draime has been a presence in the 'underground' and independent press since 1968. He was awarded small PEN grants in 1987 and 1991 and has been nominated for several Pushcart Prizes in the last few years. He lives in the southern Oregon foothills with his wife and family.

Though most of his books are out of print, and only available...

Jack Cohen-Joppa

Co-editor of The Nuclear Resister

Since 1980, the Nuclear Resister has provided comprehensive reporting on arrests for anti-nuclear civil resistance in the United States, with an emphasis on providing support for the women and men jailed for these actions. In 1990, we expanded our work to include reporting on anti-war arrests in North America, plus overseas anti-nuclear and anti-war resistance with the...

Sam Smith

Journalist, Washington, D.C., Maine

Sam Smith (born 1937) is an American journalist and political activist who was an early pioneer in alternative media. He was also involved in the establishment of the Green Party of the United States.

The Progressive Review

Rex Butters

Poet, Southern California

Since 1976, longtime SoCal resident Rex Butters has published journalistic writings on sites and in magazines including BAM, Rapport, All About Jazz, Folk Works, the LA Free Press, and the Free Venice Beachhead. His poetry has appeared for over 25 years in such diverse journals as Caffeine, Brain Vomit, interbang, sic Vice and Verse, The Journal of Interdimensional Poetry,...

Phil Hey

English professor, retired, Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, Iowa

PHIL HEY — English professor, refused induction to the draft in 1967 — and he's still here

He refused his induction into the draft in the 1967, when he was teaching at Wisconsin State University, saying, in effect, if they want me, they can come get me – I believe I can...

Peter B. Collins

Radio show host

Peter B. Collins is burdened with too many opinions.  He follows news and politics to a degree that one friend calls "borderline obsessive"and the Peter B. Collins Show is his therapy.  From San Francisco, he brings you his views and analysis on important national and international issues, and interviews political leaders, journalists, authors and others who know more than...

Melissa “Misty” Rowan

Minneapolis, poet, activist

RING RING POEM EIGHT, 24th and Dupont Ave S, Minneapolis, MN; May 28-31

24th and Dupont Ave S, Minneapolis, MN

Misty Rowan speaks faster than most humans I know, and is one of two poets...

Marc Beaudin

Marc Beaudin is an award-winning poet, theatre artist and bookseller living in the writer’s haven of Livingston, Montana, dubbed “America’s finest open air asylum” for multiple reasons. His work has been anthologized in Poems Across the Big Sky Volume II, An Elk River Books Reader and Unearthing Paradise: Montana Writers in Defense of Greater Yellowstone (of which he is a...

Leigh Herrick

Poet, Minneapolis

I have been writing since I was 10 years old, and tapping my foot as far back as I can remember.  It seems natural then that I have followed the rhythmic path in life.  A member of Phi Beta Kappa, I hold degrees in English and French from the University of Minnesota, and lived for six months in Switzerland as...

Alice Cherbonnier

Editor of The Baltimore Chronicle

ALICE CHERBONNIER — rarely spotted, some think it's merely a myth, this is what real journalism looks like

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Carl Olsen

Marijuana activist, Des Moines, Iowa.

"This bud's for you."

I’ve never served in the military,
but almost went to prison for resisting the draft.
__________
I showed up at the induction center with a Bible
and said my religion does not allow me to kill people.

Marijuana is my sacrament.
__________
God made it, wicked governments hate it.

I spent two years in prison,
from...

Keith McHenry

Food Not Bombs co-founder, KEITH McHENRY was born in Frankfurt, West Germany in 1957 while his father was stationed there in the army. His paternal great, great, grandfather was Dr. James McHenry, who signed the United States Constitution and served as a general in the Revolutionary War and as Secretary of War under George Washington he founded the U.S. military.

His...

Alan Maki

I live in northern Minnesota with my dog Fred, a Chocolate Lab. I have been involved in the peace, labor, civil rights, and environmental movements for over 30 years, and I am a socialist. I would encourage everyone to get involved in promoting the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which came into existence on December 10, 1948; we should...

John Grant

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John Grant has a couple of Hugos and World Fantasy Awards among other praise that has headed his way. In recent years he has published a series of books debunking the anti-science and pseudo-science that is rampant in America and elsewhere. He's fighting with his rapier wit and sound exposition against Science Denialism.

Visit...

Andre Vltchek

andrevltchekAndré Vltchek is a novelist, philosopher, investigative journalist, filmmaker, photographer and playwright. He has covered dozens of war zones and conflicts from Bosnia and Peru to Sri Lanka, DR Congo and Timor-Leste.

  • Born: 1963, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Books: Fighting Against Western Imperialism, Exposing Lies of The Empire; Indonesia: Archipelago of Fear, Point of No Return,...

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