Co-host: Krantz and Jon the Intern.
Cooper from Dead:Stop stopped by the studio. We discussed some of the latest news and updates from the independent music scene.
Every Friday on the show we try and build a playlist on Youtube. This week we built a "Sunday Morning" playlist. This classic rock-heavy song selection is perfect to load up on a Sunday morning.
Wednesdays are always focused on the music. Every night on Gashouse Live we have a segment called Band vs Band. We matchup 2 bands head to head to see which band our audience wants to have back the following day.
Roi and the Secret People have "won" this Band vs Band segment for 11 days straight. If a band wins 12 in a row, they become a "retired champion".
Tonight, on their last BvB appearance, Roin faces Minnesota band Skittish. Can they win their 12th straight matchup and retire? Or will Skittish knock out Roi and the Secret People on their last day??
Tune in and find out. And be sure to join us every weeknight at 6pm ET on www.gashouseradio.com
Fred and Saul of MergeArts stopped by the show to talk about their upcoming showcase.
MergeArts is an organization that provides a consistent platform and small business resource for artists. Their monthly events are multi-genre; with 30+ artists bringing Art, Music and Fashion into a live show. They also produce a bimonthly series of workshops and seminars which are designed to educate our creative class as small business owners and connect them with their industry professionals.
Fred and Saul stuck around for our Scotch Hour as we discuss the unexplained, and the possibility of aliens among us. Recently another high ranking official came forward with the idea that aliens are among us. Here are some of the videos referenced in this episode:
Co-host: Roberto Chavez and Jon the Intern.
Mondays on Gashouse Live is our History Audit segment. We take a look back at our country's history and see what was left out of our textbooks in school. All wars are bankers' wars. Here's the notes:
From 1930 to 1931, income-tax revenues fell by 15 percent.
In 1932 they fell another 37 percent; 1932 income-tax revenues were 46 percent lower than just two years earlier. And by 1933 they were fully 60 percent lower than in 1930.
With no end of the Depression in sight, Washington got anxious for a substitute source of revenue.
The situation was made worse by the policy of the US government. The Fordney-McCumber tariffs meant foreign exports to the USA were very expensive. If Americans did not buy foreign goods, foreigners would earn less and therefore have less money to spend on US foodstuffs. The result was a severe agricultural depression. During the 1920s more than 600,000 farmers went bankrupt.
The New Deal is widely perceived to have ended the Great Depression but it actually made the economic situation worse. The series of economic packages implemented between in the 1930s hampered economic growth and prolonged the Great Depression. Roosevelt imposed excise taxes, harmful regulations on businesses, increased the top tax rate to 79 percent, doubled government spending between 1932 and 1940, and artificially raised wages and prices.
In 1931, a year before FDR was elected president, the unemployment rate was an unprecedented 16.3 percent. By 1939, nearly two terms into the Roosevelt administration, the unemployment rate had risen to 17.2 percent. The New Deal clearly didn’t lower unemployment like most of us were taught.
It's one-hour Wednesday on Gashouse Live. That means that you will be hearing mostly music in this hour as we continue our Band vs BAnd segment. Roi and the Secret People are still dominating BvB. Tonight's challenger is Man Bites Zombie out of the UK.
Plus, we talked about an interview with former Blink 182 guitarist Tom DeLonge. He discusses his encounters with aliens. Tune in and leave a comment below. Is Tom crazy?!
Once again, Germany's industrial output became a threat to Great Britain.
"Should Germany merchandise (do business) again in the next 50 years we have led this war (WW1) in vain." - Winston Churchill in The Times (1919)
"We will force this war upon Hitler, if he wants it or not." - Winston Churchill (1936 broadcast)
"Germany becomes too powerful. We have to crush it." - Winston Churchill (November 1936 speaking to US - General Robert E. Wood)
"This war is an English war and its goal is the destruction of Germany." - Winston Churchill (- Autumn 1939 broadcast)
Germany's state-issued value based currency was also a direct threat to the wealth and power of the private central banks, and as early as 1933 they started to organize a global boycott against Germany to strangle this upstart ruler who thought he could break free of private central bankers!
Tonight on our One Hour Weddnesday edition of Gashouse Live we really only had time for one thing; music. Lots of music on tonight's episode including our signature Band vs Band segment. toniht it was returning champion Roi and the Secret People vs UK's Clockwork Radio. Tune in to find out who wins.
Co-hosts: RonBomb and Jon the Intern.
It's always a good time when RonBomb joins us in studio. We did miss Carly on this show, but we continued on with our aliens and unexplained discussion as best we could.
Amber Ladd called in to discuss her new album #HEARt that will be released this Saturday, Feb 14th.
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