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Robert Stark interviews Charles Lincoln on the Death of the California Dream

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Robert Stark interviews commentator Charles Lincoln on pollution, diversity, demographics, and the death of the California dream. Topics include:

  • The demographic Situation in Los Angeles
  • The flaws of an economy based on Credit and the need for an economy based on real capital
  • How diversity creates inequality
  • How race relations in America are based on the history of segregation in the South.
  • How income inequality in Los Angeles is greater than it was in the Old South
  • Lincoln’s letter to the Bishop of the Episcopal Church on Slavery
  • The History of the Episcopal Church
  • The Episcopal Church’s conference on racial reconciliation


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  1. me
    Posted December 22, 2013 at 6:59 am | Permalink

    It’s one of the shows, based on the topics covered above, that I wouldn’t mind seeing a transcript or written summary for the hearing-impaired.

  2. Reader
    Posted December 21, 2013 at 11:24 pm | Permalink

    good interview BUT some issues:

    1)the US economy remains a massive manufacturing powerhouse–we are not reliant on just exporting Hollywood movies. The US may soon be self sufficient in energy and start exporting natural gas. We remain a major food producer and despite our environmental mismanagement we possess a lot of water which is essential to growing food.

    2)Lincoln is a good interviewee. Who does he think will win the culture war in India: Bollywood or Hollywood? What is the state of China’s film industry?

  3. NorthernSun
    Posted December 21, 2013 at 12:59 pm | Permalink

    I was listening to a discussion a while back on the BBC World Service about the concept of race. There was the usual decrying of it and how it’s created all our problems etc but then one interviewee chimed in to say that without someone being born into a tribe and by extension a racial group, how could a child have been nurtured and therefore how could human existence have at all been possible? So, the concept of race is entirely organic and natural, and in spite of our modern world should be preserved. I was surprised that the BBC let this pass through the editing suite but then the truth is what it is.

  4. Posted December 20, 2013 at 10:44 am | Permalink

    Good interview! Lincoln is an interesting guy, please do have him on another time.

  5. Robert Stark
    Posted December 19, 2013 at 4:56 pm | Permalink
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