Episode

9/22 Derrick Jensen: The Myth of Human Supremacy

September 22, 2016

Derrick Jensen author of The Myth of Human Supremacy, explains the distortion of the west’s relationship between humans and nature. Perceiving nature as a stand in for money. The problem with the “Great Chain of Being”. Social stories and the desire to dominate. How plants communicate. What’s the purpose of living? How do we understand how evolution works? A new model of biological success? Is agriculture the problem? And how do we get off the path of global environmental destruction and leaving behind the human supremacy mind set

On The Fun Half: Donald Trump calls for brining back Stop and Frisk at a Fox News Town Hall on race. Sean Hannity defends more police violence. Trump’s Mahoning County, Ohio Chair is incredibly racist. Lead in Chicago public schools. Should America have a two child policy? Remember how horrible George W Bush was. Bill Clinton gives the preview of a pivot on TPP and advocates more giveaways for corporations. Geraldo Rivera  blames rap music. Hillary Clinton appears on In Between Two Ferns.   and your calls and IMs.

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