On this episode we talk judging and bail bonding in upstate New York and a GI in South Korea.

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If you fancy yourself a revolutionary, we've got a nice primer and introduction to the path you've set out on. You'll get to hear about your heroes including Che Guevara, Fidel and Raul Castro, Joseph Stalin, Leon Trotsky, Chairman Mao, Peng Dehuai, Huey Newton, Maximilien Robespierre, Antifa, Black Lives Matter and so much more! 

 

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Five hundred years ago a guy nailed a sheet a paper with a litany of gripes on it, which changed world civilization in dramatic ways that are still with us today. Dr. Carlos Eire comes Back By the Woodpile to tell about what lead up to that man- Martin Luther- causing the event we call the Reformation and other figures both before and during this time frame that also had similar aims.

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We're back in the 1980s talking summer camps and trips, dancing, the film Scarface and the Mariel Boatlift.  

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Korean-American Sophia Johnson comes Back By the Woodpile to talk about her family's experiences and faith especially in light of the #StopAsianHate news narrative. 

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We're back sharing stories from the 1980's, this time involving pranks, mishaps and the various organic material that exits one's body! 

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On this episode we further the discussion on the tension between traditional and progressive Christianity, where they may both be right and wrong, the Richard Rohr factory, whether violence used in self-defense or defense of others Christ-like and both the evil and goodness that's in us all.

 

Artist Natalie Plasencia comes Back By the Woodpile to talk about her work, faith, the oppressed, her family's escape from Castro's Cuba and that time she met a very congested Bono.

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Fan Wu is the Chinese-American author of February Flowers and Beautiful As Yesterday. She comes Back By the Woodpile to talk about how different audiences react to her books, what core Chinese elements an immigrant might transfer to their American-born children, the influence of 20th century writer Lu Xun and other topics.

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Musician, poet and writer Steve Scott returns to talk about selected pieces of his spoken word recordings and story behind their compositions.

 

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Comic book legend Don Chin comes Back By the Woodpile to talk about The Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters, The Unfunny X-Cons and his recently rebooted X-Farce!   

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Rosa María Payá is a human rights activist and founder of Cuba Decide, an initiative that is attempting re-introduce democracy to the Cuban island. She is also the daughter of Oswald Paya who founded the Christian Liberation Movement and ultimately gave his life while attempting to better the future of his fellow Cubans.

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(Oswaldo Payá and Harold Cepero)

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(O. Paya and Cepero's crashed car)

(Rosa María Payá and Vice-President Pence)

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