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Kim Dobsons Parallel University radio show S1 E6 KAOS Radio
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Kim Dobsons Parallel University radio show S1 E6 KAOS Radio
Kim Dobsons Parallel University radio show S1 E6 KAOS Radio
Kim Dobsons Parallel University radio show S1 E6 KAOS Radio
Kim Dobsons Parallel University radio show S1 E6 KAOS Radio

Kim Dobson's Parallel University radio show S1 E6 KAOS Radio

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Kim Dobson's Parallel University radio show S1 E6 KAOS 89.3 FM. facebook.com/paralleluniversityradioshow/ 6-23-16 3:05 to 3:30 pm Eastern on KAOS 89.3 fm (kaosradio.org livestreaming ).My guest for Thursday's Interview is :DARCY RICHARDSON, Topic : discussing the debate and analysis of the 2016 presidential election debacle and a study of the alternatives to Establishment candidates . Politico reports in 'Think You've Got It Locked, Hillary? Meet Jill Stein' that: The longtime Massachusetts environmental activist and presumptive Green Party nominee (the Green convention is not until August 4) is hungrily eyeing disgruntled Sanders voters -- many of whom have been saying that even now, with the nomination all but locked up, they still won't vote for Hillary.' Richardson is author of Others -- a four volume series on U.S. third parties. His most recent book is Bernie: A Lifelong Crusade Against Wall Street and Wealth. His previous books include A Nation Divided: The 1968 Presidential Campaign. He said today: 'As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continue to register unusually high negatives in what is clearly shaping up as a classic duopoly battle between the despised, the country's nationally-organized third parties have a genuine opportunity to be more than a minor footnote in the 2016 presidential election. 'Most pundits -- those who have been consistently wrong throughout this entire topsy-turvy election cycle -- believe that former two-term New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party's nominee, will most likely be the chief beneficiary of the widespread discontent with the two major-party candidates. In 2012, Johnson garnered 1,275,000 votes, or about one percent nationally. It was the party's highest popular vote total in a presidential election. 'The amiable Libertarian candidate, who is expected to be on the ballot in all 50 states this autumn, has been averaging approximately 9 percent of the vote in recent polls. Johnson and his vice-presidential running mate, William Weld, a former governor of Massachusetts, have also received the lion's share of the mainstream media coverage devoted to third-party candidates at this relatively early stage in the campaign, a whirlwind of publicity over the past few weeks continues on CNN tonight. IMA 2016 on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/1657975421126803/ And check out A FAB World Charity at afabworld.org Peace love and prosperity for all humanity!