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Boiler Room EP #83 – Wouldn’t It Be Nice…

boiler-room-trumpTune in to the Alternate Current Radio Network (ACR) for another LIVE broadcast of ‘The Boiler Room’ starting at 6:00 PM PST | 8:00 PM CST | 9:00 PM EST for this special broadcast. Join us for uncensored, uninterruptible talk radio, custom-made for barfly philosophers, misguided moralists, masochists, street corner evangelists, media-maniacs, savants, political animals and otherwise lovable rascals.

Join ACR hosts Hesher and Spore along with Stewart Howe and Daniel Spaulding of Soul of the East for the 83rd episode of BOILER ROOM. Dim the lights, dawn the headphones and indulge in a post-election special broadcast of Boiler Room with the crew. This week we’re going over the pros and cons of a President Elect Donald J Trump. The good, the bad, the things to keep in mind and the potential backlash to keep eyes out for from both the establishment and those that opposed a Trump Presidency.

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  • Neil Broatch

    Hi, The discussion at the end of the show said that man-made climate change is not real. Could you give some links to authoritative sources that back that up? The Artic is melting right? Or they wouldn’t be looking to send shipping through north west passage and US military would be concerned about rising sea levels. Is it wrong for me to believe that? I respect alot of the analysis on this site and the radio shows, but I have a hard time buying that global warming is a hoax/ploy. Scientists around the world have been talking about it for as long as I can remember, were they all paid agents and dupes? Just because some politicians have looked to gain from the environmental agenda doesnt mean that we can write it all off. That would suit the big oil companies’ interests rather too well, I would say. I try to keep an open mind, but remain to be convinced by you on this.

    • StefAn

      I think this is a pretty good starting point, a website maintained by professor Eric Karlstrom:

      • Neil Broatch

        Thanks for responding. Will take a look.