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It’s Fanaticism Week on BTR! On today’s show, we’re taking a closer look at how members of the LGBT community are depicted on TV (specifically, MTV’s “Teen Wolf”) with BTR’s own Molly Freeman. After the promotional air raid, we’re featuring previously unaired interview audio from past Third Eye guests. Tune in to hear more about Occupy Sandy efforts on Staten Island with last week’s guest, Goldi Guerra. And later, we feature more of Tanya Silverman’s interview with Sasha Abramsky, author of “The American Way of Poverty”.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about NSA Pickup Lines. Then, they each choose a few of the 19 Brutal Truths About Life That No One Will Tell You that they both needed to hear. They also share their test scores for LoveFlutter’s Quirky-Interesting Test. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:53 Shelly – Aisha Burns 01:13 Funny Pick Ups: NSA Pick Up Lines 05:56 Born Tight – Man Man 06:28 Advice Time: Brutal Truths 15:23 Daddy Was A Real Good Dancer – The Dismemberment Plan 15:59 Relationships in the Digital Age: LoveFlutter 27:29 Outro 28:13 Finish The Music Aisha Burns (Official Life in the Midwater album art.) Man Man (Official On Oni Pond album art.) Live: Sept 19 – Chop Shop – Charlotte, NC Sept 20 – The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA Sept 21 – The Howlin’ Wolf – New Orleans, LA The Dismemberment Plan (Official Daddy Was A Real Good Dancer album art.) Live: Sept 14 – Meadow Brook Music Festival – Rochester Hills, MI
After developments in Edward Snowden’s exile, the organizers behind the ‘Restore the Fourth’ rallies of last month return.
Protestors congregated and marched throughout midtown Manhattan protesting NSA surveillance.
On July 4, 2013, BreakThruTV’s Lauren Hawker spoke with people at a “Restore The Fourth” rally at NYC’s Union Square. Participants in the group call for an end to unconstitutional surveillance of digital communications by the U.S. government, basing their arguments on the Fourth Amendment of the Bill Of Rights.
It’s Hoarding Week and on today’s show, Deputy Director of the Mental Health Association of San Francisco, Michael Gause shares with us some better insight into the difference between how mainstream psychology thinks of hoarding and the pop culture stigma surrounding it. But first, BTR’s own Tanya Silverman joins us to talk about her coverage of the ‘Restore the Fourth’ protests in New York City over the holiday.
Activists spend their holiday exercising their right to protest NSA surveillance.
Since the recent revelations that the National Security Agency is gathering data on Americans’ use of telephones and foreigners’ use of the internet, a debate has begun about the proper balance between national security and civil liberties. In the wake of the scandal, protesters held a rally in New York’s Union Square to show their support for Edward Snowden, the man who leaked the details. While many expressed their discomfort towards government surveillance of citizens, others offered a more favorable view. This week on BTR Pulse, Lauren Hawker speaks with people in New York on both sides of the debate.
How the sheer fact that we know anything about Edward Snowden puts critics on defense.
Twitter and Google have released transparency reports in the past, but what does that mean in light of the NSA PRISM scandal?
Is the NSA scandal really a better way for the FBI to ‘wiretap’ users online?
Since the recent revelations that the National Security Agency is gathering data on Americans’ use of telephones and foreigners’ use of the internet, a debate has begun about the proper balance between national security and civil liberties. In the wake of the scandal, protesters held a rally in New York’s Union Square to show their support for Edward Snowden, the man who leaked the details. While many expressed their discomfort towards government surveillance of citizens, others offered a more favorable view. This week on BTR Pulse, Lauren Hawker speaks with people in New York on both sides of the debate.

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