July 16, 2020

The New American Dream Radio Show
July 16, 2020

I opened with Norwegian Wood, then attempted to get Anthony Rayson, prison activist from Chicago… but instead I played my earlier interview with Frank Cordaro of the Des Moines Catholic Worker. He talked about the lessons to be learned from the Covid-19 isolation situation. We had a great conversation.

The second segment as usual was Philip Farruggio’s It’s the Empire Stupid, which he started with his column We Have Met the Enemy, and He Be Us. We discussed the column, issues with people not wearing masks, etc.

For the third segment original Black Panther Larry Pinkney joined me with an inspiring message urging us to stand tall and UNIFY. Be conscious with a conscience and exercise common sense. Then I introduced prison activist Anthony Rayson, who usually joins me in the first segment on the third Thursday. Anthony read from one of his zines a tremendous piece titledĀ  Stand Up in the Eyes of Society I cry, “Who Am I?” by Chakuma Van(?).

The final segment featured MK Davis reporting from Boise, Idaho. He told us about the “most remote location in North America,” Jarbidge, Nevada, which he got to visit while out west for other reasons. It was fascinating.

Anthony Rayson

Anthony is a monthly columnist, appearing in the third week of each month. Anthony Rayson is an American anarchist activist and author. He runs the South Chicago ABC Zine Distro and publishes many zines and pamphlets. DePaul University Archives and Special Collections holds a collection of Rayson’s zines, as well as his compiled political writings […]

Frank Cordaro

Frank is a weekly guest on our show. Frank Cordaro is a member of the Des Moines Catholic Worker. He is a former Catholic Priest. He has himself spent years and years in federal prison for crossing the line at Offutt, and more recently has been jailed for actions against the drone facility in Des […]

Larry Pinkney

Larry is a monthly columnist, appearing on the third week of each month. Larry James Pinkney is an American political activist. A former member of the original Black Panther Party, and the Republic of New Africa, he served nine years in prison in Canada and the US. Pinkney also served as co-chair of the San […]

M. K. Davis

M.K. is a monthly columnist, appearing on the third week of each month. M.K. Davis has spent years studying Bigfoot/Sasquatch. He is an expert on the Patterson-Gimlin film. He hosts a Bigfoot radio show with Don Monroe, Bigfoot Central. M.K.Davis has been researching the Patterson Sasquatch film for the last 18 years. He has traveled […]

Philip Farruggio

Phil is a weekly guest on our show. Philip A Farruggio is son and grandson of Brooklyn, NYC longshoremen. He is a free lance columnist (found on WorldNewsTrust.com, TheSleuthJournal.com, Information Clearing house, Op Ed News, Dandelion Salad, Activist Post, Dissident Voice and many other sites worldwide). Philip works as an environmental products sales rep and […]

Chuck Gregory

Co-founder and co-host of the show, Chuck lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with his wife Lorraine and assorted exotic pets. He was fortunate to attend Friends Central School in the late ’60s to hone the already strong core beliefs instilled in him by his parents Wayne Lawrence and Marjorie Mock Gregory. His education continued at […]