May 8, 2014, guests Richard Flamer, Jim Fetzer, Winston Wu

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May 8, 2014, guests Richard Flamer, Jim Fetzer, Winston Wu
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Richard Flamer

Richard talked about his recent trip to Guatemala and the violence that often affects the members of his Catholic Worker Farm Community at Chiapas, Mexico.

Donate to the Chiapas Project by sending a check to

The Chiapas Project,
C/O Holy Family Catholic Church, 1
715 Izards Street,
Omaha, Nebraska 6810



Jim Fetzer

Jim described his recent appearance with Wolfgang Halbig at a meeting of the Newtown Board of Education. See more here: (the original link here was taken down, this is an article from May 2015)



Winston Wu

First time guest Winston Wu introduced himself and discussed some of the reasons he believes the moon landings were a hoax. See more here:


Chuck Gregory opened with “God Bless the Child”. Chuck and Mike Palecek did bits including:

  • The Target and Walmart, Lori Berenson, Julia Butterfly Hill, Dorothy Day, Emma Goldman, Mothers Day Card Collection
  • A comment from New American Dream special correspondent Harvey Harrelson
  • Beltway Sandy Snore, Big-Time Journalism Whore
  • John Kerry, Snuffle-up-agus Of State
  • Some notes we have been receiving during the first half of our show from listeners … by email, chat room, cellphone, telepathy and telegraph
  • The News from Mount Liberty (featuring a reading of The American Dream)



Jim Fetzer

Jim is a monthly columnist appearing the second week of each month. James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940) is a philosopher of science and conspiracy theorist. Since the late 1970s, Fetzer has worked on assessing and clarifying the forms and foundations of scientific explanation, probability in science, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of cognitive […]

Richard Flamer

Richard is a monthly columnist, appearing in the second week of each month. Since 2001, Richard Flamer and his wife, Araceli, have run The Chiapas Project, a Catholic Worker center and farm serving the poor in San Cristobal las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. Sponsorship is provided by the Des Moines (Iowa) Catholic Worker Home. Richard Flamer […]