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9/11 Video Producer and Musical Artist Dave VonKleist Interviewed – on No Lies Radio – Sat & Sun 3pm Pacific – 6pm Eastern

Dave VonKleistTeri Perticone>
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Coming up Saturday, July 11th at 3pm Pacific - 6pm Eastern - 22:00 GMT
Repeated Sunday, July 12th at 3pm Pacific - 6pm Eastern - 22:00 GMT

Will be archived HERE after the broadcasts.

On BackStage: Teri Perticone of No Lies Radio interviews
9/11 Video Producer & Musical Artist Dave VonKleist

Sat. Sept 6th LIVE BROADCAST ON NO LIES RADIO -- San Francisco 10th Annual POWER TO THE PEACEFUL FESTIVAL

Power to the Peaceful FestivalNoLiesRadio.org
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Saturday, Sept 6th at 12 Noon Pacific - 3pm Eastern - 19:00 GMT
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LIVE 6 HOUR BROADCAST direct from San Francisco....CONCERT and Social issue speakers
Special Report from Richard Gage on the 911 TRUTH Rally and March to the Festival
Appearances by such musicians as Michael Franti and Spearhead, Ziggy Marley, Warren Haynes, Rebelution, Martin Luther, King Britt, and Cheb i Sabbah.

GARKO Rocks :"This Land Is Your Land"

live, unrehearsed, spontaneous, angry

9/11 Truth song, 'Qui Bono?'

Greetings,

This is Josh Garey of the Berkeley, California band, Sun House writing. I am here today to invite you to listen to our new song, "Qui Bono?", located at our myspace page:
http://www.myspace.com/ultranada

Please feel free to use this song in your videos or broadcasts, on your websites, or in any way you see fit.

Thank you for all you do,
Josh & Sun House

"No revolutionary movement is complete without its poetical expression. If such a movement has caught hold of the imagination of the masses, they will seek a vent in song for the aspirations, the fears and hopes, the loves and hatreds engendered by the struggle. Until the movement is marked by the joyous, defiant, singing of revolutionary songs, it lacks one of the most distinct marks of a popular revolutionary movement; it is a dogma of a few, and not the faith of the multitude".

-- James Connolly, 1907