An archive spanning twelve years of dispatches from our foul-mouthed former news anchor. RIP Stim!
Stim takes a look at climate change inspired floods, plus an interview with Stephen Marshall of the Guerilla News Network.
Stim reports on Mohawk blockades in Klanada … plus an interview with Victoria-based eco-troublemaker Zoe Blunt.
Stim drops his non-existent drawers and checks out the world naked bike ride.
A look at Putin’s nukes and the recent arrests of NYC Critical Mass participants
A look back on Tony Blair’s crimes, celebrations over the death of Jerry Falwell and an interview with Bob Alstead of You Never Bike Alone
Tony Blair resigns … plus a look at the past and recent history of May Day.
Stim interviews Derrick Jensen, author of the EndGame series.
Stim looks ahead to the end of cheap petrolium and provides a sneak peak to a new documentary, The End of Suburbia.
Stim calls for peeps to move past petitions and embrace direct action … plus an interview with Scott Kellogg of the Rhizome Collective.
Stim explains his love of swear words and interviews David Repa of Free Geek.
Stim warns peeps living in coastal areas that they should learn to swim … plus an interview with Negar Elmien, a researcher at UBC, on the huge levels of waste created by the bottled water industry.
Mexicans take to the streets over a taco tax, plus an interview with Justin Roller on the prospects of using hydrogen for renewable energy.
Stimulator breaks down Dubya’s State of the Union and interviews Conrad Schmidt of the Work Less Party.
Stim argues with Bush about whether or not people should go shopping, and interviews Ifny about Critical Mass.
Whoa! We made it to episode two. This one is all about cars.
The very first episode, featuring the birth of the Stimulator