The World As I Like It To Be is an audio web series (aka podcast) hosted by Eric Darnley Small where we discuss world news, politics and human interest stories with professionals, activists and every day citizens concerned about where the country is going. We want to get to the truth and see things as they are. Only then can we begin to change the world to the way we would like it to be. Check out our blog for additional information on each episode.
Eric Darnley Small hosts a new audio web series where he talks to friends and family, ordinary folks and experts about the topics in the news today with the goal of seeing the world as it is not as you'd like it to be.
Produced by California Newsreel, this three part documentary investigates the idea of race in society, science and history. Narrated by CCH Pounder.
What's The Shop all about? Check out this trailer then watch the full episode on V-TIP. Then tell us what you think. Let the laughs begin.
Discrimination is good?
I continue my conversation with Detective Small and we begin with the idea that there is good discrimination and bad discrimination and then discuss the paradigm built around racism.
Detective Small shares a story of how a female police officer was discouraged by fami...
The World As I Like It
The World As I Like It To Be is an audio webseries (aka podcast) hosted by Eric Darnley Small. The series will delve into everything from pop culture to politics. Most of our guests will be average everyday folks who are advocates or have strong opinions. They are smart capable people who will provide thoughtful analysis and reason. The goal is to cut through the bias, the lies and the distortions and answer the question are we seeing things as they are or as we would like them to be. Please check out our blog at theworld.blogs.v-tip.com and click on our sponsors on this page to support the show. “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”-- Sun Tzu, The Art of War
The true history of Monopoly was brought to life thanks to Mary Pilon’s book the Monopolist. But almost 40 years prior to her book, Ralph Anspach was sued by Parker Brothers on the grounds his game Anti-Monopoly, infringed on their patent for the game Monopoly.
Mr. Anspach an economics pr...
Lets Talk Brooklyn
Three part series.
Liberal politics with Sam Seder
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