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Chicago – Wealth inequality has never been higher, and much of it has to do with how the Federal Reserve Banks of the United States continues to allow the privatization of financial profits and taxpayer bail-outs (socialism) if these financial industries take a loss. This “too big to fail” equation is a result of policies in “Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve.”
This is cold slap in the face for anyone believing in the dream of democracy and governmental checks and balances. The collection of countries and city states that make up the world exist mainly to feed the wealth of the upper one percent, and “Money for Nothing” exposes how those policies could lead to another collapse – this one with no bailout circumstances to fall back on, because there will be no monetary worth left. These are hard truths, and it does point towards our own humanity – in »
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James Gandolfini, best known to millions as TV's Tony Soprano, died Wednesday in Europe.
The 51 year old actor suffered a heart attack while in Italy for the 59th Taormina Film Festival in Sicily, according to multiple outlets.
The New Jersey born Gandolfini won 3 Emmys for his portrayal of the main character in the acclaimed drama "The Sopranos," which ran for 6 seasons on HBO. He recently reunited with "Sopranos" honcho David Chase in the '60s rock-n-roll fueled movie "Not Fade Away," which included music supervision from Gandolfini's "Sopranos" co-star "Little" Steven Van Zandt.
The actor had memorable roles in "Get Shorty" (opposite John Travolta), "The Mexican" (starring Brad Pitt), "Welcome to the Rileys" (with Kristen Stewart) and the award-winning "Zero Dark Thirty." He was part of John Cusack's "Money for Nothing" back in 1993, but »
- Ryan J Downey
Finally Hollywood has found a way to explain how the internet is responsible for all the love-cheating, gun/grammar crimes and innapropriate photographs in the world
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You hardly need telling that the internet is evil. Before the internet, people didn't know how to make bombs, nobody ever cheated on anybody and, if you looked below a newspaper story, you'd find another newspaper story and not 200 comments expressing bewilderment that someone actually got paid to write this tripe.
Hollywood, however, has been slow to understand just how evil the internet is. Sure, Untraceable and Feardotcom both depicted nightmarish situations where people could watch murders take place online. And there was The Lawnmower Man, which warned us of the very real possibility that the internet could turn everyone into insane pyrokinetic virtual reality geniuses who will destroy the world despite looking »
- Stuart Heritage
We're back with another installment of Radio 66.6! This week features the latest news, music, videos and tour dates from the likes of Six Feet Under, The Acacia Strain, Tomahawk, Chimaira, Mindless Self Indulgence and more. Don't touch that dial!
Palms will release their self-titled debut album on June 25th via Ipecac Recordings. The group is made up of Deftones frontman Chino Moreno and former Isis members Jeff Caxide, Aaron Harris and Bryant Clifford Meyer.
Melvins will release a covers album titled Everybody Loves Sausages on April 30th via Ipecac Recordings. Details can be found here.
Chimaira have entered Spider Studios in Cleveland, Oh to begin recording their new album. It's due out later this year via eOne Music.
Listen to a new Shai Hulud song titled "Monumental Graves" here. The metalcore group's new album, Reach Beyond the Sun, comes out February 19 via Metal Blade Records.
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- Alex DiVincenzo
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