A deeper look at the Islamic State s mission at nation-building and the creation of a postmodern Caliphate in the 21st century with Dr. Loretta Napoleoni.
The failures of organic consumer organizations and the new pathogenic organism associated with GMO agriculture that may be related to Sudden Death Syndrome, with Annie Griffin.
The season of demonstrations and growing violence – Baltimore as only an incident of a much larger, systemic national dysfunction, with Chris Hedges.
A look at population migration trends in North America and the future due to climate change and declines in essential resources, with Dr. Giles Slade.
Today, vitamin B12 deficiency in children, a treatable cause of neurodevelopment delay. Just an hour day of TV watching creates unhealthy weight gain in children. Fish liver oil, when younger, can produce a healthier heart when you’re older. Replacing one sugary drink per day with water cuts diabetes risk. From the environmental segment, faster melting of the antarctic ice sheet. Plus, government now plans on targeting pregnant women for vaccinations. And more.
What will our society look like as it is forced to migrate away from fossil fuels and confront more serious climate change and dwindling resources? With Richard Heinberg.
Plus, the many benefits of vinegar, prevention abilities of physical activity, and information from Alan Grayson and Elizabeth Warren.
KSCO (Santa Cruz) debate and interview with Gary Null on Vaccination.
Today, paying attention to pollutants in our air. What happens when a black site appears in the US exclusively for US citizens? Also, more on American exceptionalism and media perceptions concerning Nigeria. How organic farming can reverse agricultural problems.
Plus: Why climate science does not convince more people and how a new psychology might accelerate constructive climate action, with Per Espen Stoknes.
Fast Tracking the Trans Pacific Partnership – how more power is given to corporations to control government – with Ellen Brown.
The diverse ways madness and severe mental illnesses are culturally defined, understood and treated, with Professor Andrew Scull.