Would Our Founders Recognize Today’s Independence? Many Americans see our freedom to choose as consumers as what independence is all about. But recovering corporate CEO and Huffington Post columnist Richarde Eskow on this show shines a light on how far we’ve veered from what the founders envisioned as the meaning …
November 10, 2011
Revelatory Ecstasy Visionary optimism, the alchemy of technology, and the big fat bummer of death: surfing the Singularity with Current TV host and documentarian Jason Silva. Download this episode (right click and save) Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | Embed
With Lee traveling to New Orleans, Jeff flies solo and explains how none of the Republican candidates are actually running for President, especially not Herman Cain. #ifyouknowhwatImean Download this episode (right click and save) Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | Embed
This week, Walt reported on an acknowledgement by CFTC commissioner Brad Chilton that silver manipulation is indeed being conducted in the marketplace. Also, grief and trauma specialist Courtney Armstrong joined us to talk about a remarkable new approach to treating PTSD in returning war veterans. Download this episode (right click …
Guest: Ruth Nolan Have you ever been to the desert or spent time in it? For those who know it well, the desert is filled with stories, alive, ecologically and multiculturally rich, comprised of diverse landscapes. The desert is not immune to predatory corporations, the military, to those wishing to …
Guests on Armistice Day: Ed Strossner and Michael Prince, authors of STUPID WARS and financial expert Aaron Krowne, editor of Ml-implode.com. Download this episode (right click and save) Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | Embed
Balsamic Glazed Tofu with Red Wine Sauce Chef Bhavani 11/10/11 6 servings Dinner Meal Ingredients 1 cake, Organic Extra Firm Tofu 2 Tbs. nutritional yeast 1 ½ t. dried thyme ½ t. salt ¼ t. pepper 3 t. olive oil 2 tbs. Balsamic Vinegar 2 tbs. honey Sauce 1 Spanish …
Caution! Old People Crossing “If I only knew then what I know now.” Right- But it would also be a good idea if old people (like your host) even knew now what they should know now. The grand, perfect circle of youth and old age spins, and having spun, moves on… Download this episode …
REPEAT PROGRAM: 11/10/11 Download this episode (right click and save) Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | Embed
Gary Null at the March for GMO Right 2 Know Rally on October 1st, 2011 in Prospect Park, New York City. Demand the Right to Know What’s in Our Food!
Guest: Dr. Kedar Prasad Dr. Kedar Prasad is currently the Chief Scientific Officer for thePremier Micronutrient Corporation and is internationally recognized as one of the leading researchers in the field antioxidant and micronutrient biochemistry. He is formerly the director of the Center for Vitamins and Cancer Research at the University …
Jill: I had just heard from another (former working musician) friend that had recently been fired from their job and was having a hell of time finding another. They were at the end of their rope — having to move back in with the parents. I joked that they had spent a ton of dough in the past trying to have some sort of homeless hipster look, but now they really were. In “Under the Bridge” I imagined an “Our Man Godfrey” hobo town filled with destitute artists, students, and working class stiffs banding together. I wrote this with my songwriting partner, Robin Eaton, and put it on a live fan-funded record with the fabulous John Doe (of X and Knitters fame). To all the good folks pitching tents at OWS, this one’s for you. I support you, hope you keep warm this winter, and ask you to keep a spot open in your tent for me.
John Doe: There would be no Day at the Pass record if it weren’t for “Under the Bridge”! Jill called me up and said, “I found a guitar and wrote a song with the tuning it was in.” The poor guitar had no name, only five strings and I believe it was tuned to open F or C. She said the song was about people who lost their middle management jobs and are going to end up learning how to cook mulligan stew with their college degrees. Anyone can tell that it was a song that just popped out fully formed, all inspiration, I don’t think she had to edit it at all. It’s turned out to be very prophetic since there are Occupy camps all over the world these days. And the protests are not just about lost jobs, it’s about how people have to learn to pull together, organize and try to fight against an unequal system that has grown much worse over the last 5-7 years. Playing this song is always a joy and people get it immediately!
By the way, you can get “A Day at the Pass” on itunes or even better… Jill’s site: jillsobule.com. And John Doe has an even newer record out.
Here’s the song and video, “Under the Bridge”:
Vaccinations don’t actually provide the results manufacturers claim; how to get more vitamin D. Register here for Dr. Eisenstein’s webinar, One Flu Vaccine over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Download this episode (right click and save) Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB) | Embed
by Dana Ullman
(NaturalNews) Homeopathic medicine is at present one of the leading alternative therapies practiced by physicians in Europe (particularly France, Germany, UK, and Italy) and Asia (especially on the Indian subcontinent)(EU Commission, 1997; Prasad, 2007). Since homeopathy’s development as a medical specialty in the early 1800s, it has been a leading alternative to orthodox medicine internationally, and it has posed an ongoing threat to the scientific, philosophical, and economics of conventional medical care.
The homeopathic approach to healing maintains a deep respect for symptoms of illness as important defenses of a person’s immune and defense system. While conventional medicine often tends to assume that symptoms are something “wrong” with the person that need to be treated, inhibited, suppressed, or biochemically manipulated, homeopaths tend to assume that symptoms are important defenses of the organism that are most effectively resolved when treatments nurture, nourish, or mimic the symptoms in order to initiate a healing process. Ultimately, these two different approaches to healing people have led to various conflicts.