Monthly Archives: February 2014
Watchdog Bites OC Leadership AND NASA Astronaut Lands at Beckman Center
Shirley Grindle, OC campaign finance reform activist and TINCUP oversight volunteer, offers new blood an opportunity to assume her charge. Since the 2008, the OC’s grand jury pronounced the need to create a Campaign Practices Commission; the need for public, county wide oversight of campaign finance persists. Shirley Grindle, a long term fixture in this enterprise, is ready to pass on the torch.
Next, in advance of her 2/18/18 appearance at the UCI’s Beckman Center, NASA astronaut and International Space Station veteran Tracy Caldwell Dyson gives a personable look at the program. From her selection into the astronaut corps to the projection of future space exploration, priviledged glimpses are offered. For additional information about the Beckman Center free public lecture on 2/18/14 at 7p.m., contact Melissa Sweet at 949-824-2628 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Watchdog Bites OC Leadership AND NASA Lands at Beckman Center
Assessing the Affordable Care Act AND Unnerving Trends in Human Development
Then, second guest Daniel Estulin, author of recently published, “Transformation: The Coming of Age of Human Deconstruction'” plots the dots along some unnerving trends in human development. Starting with his early work tracking the influence of the Bilderberg Group, Estulin draws extensively on such sources as: the Strategic Trends Report, Codex Alimentarius,the Futures Group, Tavistock Institute, DARPA, In Q Tel with Bio Rad Laboratories, British Coefficients Club, CIA’s MK-ULTRA, The Project Pandora, Russia 2045, Project Quasar, and Timothy Thomas’ “The Mind Has No Firewall;” to name a few. Daniel Estulin can be followed at: www.danielestulin.com and www.trineday.com.
Behind the Sochi Olympic Curtain
Margaret Maradudin, a definitive authority of all things Russian, takes the show’s full hour, to pull aside the curtain of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. As a prelude to viewing the Olympics, the Russian Television broadcast of Vladimir Putin’s 2007 IOC meeting in Guatemala is very compelling. Among Peggy Maradudin’s many insights are her recommendations that Olympic viewers follow the Games’ coverage on the following websites among others for additional perspective: http://en.ria.ru/russia, http://themoscownews.com/, http://english.pravda.ru/, http://www.themoscowtimes.com/ For seniors who wish to hear Ms.Maradudin’s lectures, you can enroll at extension.uci.edu/olli or 949-451-1403.