December 7, 2010
Powered by Podbean.com Download this episode (right click and save) Michael Cremo, The Forbidden Archeologist, searches for truth by specializing in the history and philosophy of science. In his research of humankind through the centuries, he charts a different path than conventional history reports. In his persistence, he has discovered …
Powered by Podbean.com Download this episode (right click and save) We are always reading about the ups and downs of gold and its role in the global economy vis-à-vis the frantic printing of the dollar. So what is really going on in the gold market and who is behind gold’s …
Powered by Podbean.com Download this episode (right click and save) Vladislav Roytapel, the Russian Dog Wizard (www.socaldogtraining.com) joins Deborah to help listeners with a lab who chases shadows, and other training problems. First Deborah solves a couple of cat problem emails giving advice for shy /aloof cats that will help …
Powered by Podbean.com Download this episode (right click and save) By all accounts our modern world is in a devastating situation and our world culture has increasingly gained momentum towards self-destruction. Yet why are we so fearful to look at our situation squarely in the face. Prof. Kurt Spellmeyer, Zen …
If there was a mental health hospital for institutions the Republican Party and its top leaders would be admissible as clinically insane. Their bizarre wackopedia seems to contain no discernible boundaries. Repeatedly, these corporate supplicants oppose any measure, any regulation, any legislation that will directly help workers, consumers, the environment, small taxpayers and even investor-shareholders.
The Wall Street Pentagon Papers: Biggest Scam In World History Exposed – Are The Federal Reserve’s Crimes Too Big To Comprehend?What if the greatest scam ever perpetrated was blatantly exposed, and the US media didn
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At the centre of a tightening web of death threats, sex-crime accusations and high-level demands for a treason trial, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange threatened to unleash a thermonuclear device of completely unexpurgated government files if he is forced to appear before authorities.
Let’s imagine the political possibilities of the next two years and beyond. So far, President Obama’s response to the drubbing of the mid-term has confirmed the progressive community’s worst fears. Astonishingly, he still seems to believe the following:
The American people care more about bipartisan compromise and budget cuts than about ending the economic crisis.
If he just compromises a little more, the Republicans might still meet him halfway.
The recipe for economic recovery has something to do with reducing the short term federal deficit.
All three of these premises are disastrously wrong — as politics and as economics.
Impairments to health and physical performance are not primarily a result of aging but of unfavorable lifestyle habits and lack of exercise. This is the position taken by Dieter Leyk and his coauthors in the new issue of Deutsches