The Gary Null Show – 11.02.15

Dr. Mark Nepo is a poet, philosopher and storyteller who has been writing and speaking on spirituality for over 30 years. He has written extensively on inner transformation, the life of relationships, and dealing with the emotional and spiritual struggles in medical and healing situations. Mark was a professor for 18 years at Albany University and holds doctorate in literature. He has written over 15 books, many of them award-winning national and international bestsellers. In his mid-30s, Mark was diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma which let him on a journey of self-discovery during the course of recovery. Among his books are “The Endless Practice” voted one of the best spiritual books of 2014, and now a reissue of his “Inside the Miracle: Enduring Suffering, Approaching Wholeness.” His website is MarkNepo.com


The Gary Null Show – 10.27.15

Gerald Celente is a pioneer trend strategist who founded the Trends Research Institute in 1980. Celente has built his reputation as a fearless teller of the truth, an accurate forecaster and an analyst whose expertise crosses many arenas, from economics to politics, from health to science, and more. Most important, Celente is a pure political atheist. Unencumbered by political dogma, rigid ideology or conventional wisdom, Celente — whose motto is “think for yourself” — observes and analyzes current events forming future trends by seeing them for what they are — and not as what he’d like them to be. A best-selling author, Celente is the publisher of the quarterly Trends Journal and Trendsresearch.com. As with a doctor who gives his diagnosis after gathering the facts, whether or not you like the prognosis doesn’t alter the outcome, it’s simply what is. And while Celente holds a US passport, he considers himself a citizen of the world.


The Gary Null Show – 10.26.15

Prof. John Mutter holds two professorships at Columbia University in NYC. One in the department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, and another in the department of International and Public Affairs, where he is the Associate Director of the doctoral program in Sustainable Development. His scientific research has focused on ocean geography and marine seismology, and more recently on science based sustainable solutions for developing countries. He is a former deputy director of the Earth Institute and works with the International Council on Human Rights Policy which deals with the challenges of climate change and human rights. Prof. Mutter has also been awarded a fellowship with the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He received degrees from the Universities of Melbourne and Sydney in Australia, and a doctorate in Marine Geophysics from Columbia University. He has authored over 70 scientific articles and many popular essays. His most recent book is “The Disaster Profiteers: How Natural Disasters Make the Rich Richer and the Poor Poorer” and his website is JohnCMutter.wordpress.com


The Gary Null Show – 10.23.15

Prof. James Kilgore is an author, community activist and a popular adjunct professor and a research scholar at the Center for African Studies at the University of Illinois. Last year Prof Kilgore was expelled from the university, under the weight of right wing media attacks. Following a campus-wide campaign by faculty, students and supporters, his teaching position was reinstated. James writes extensively on mass incarceration in the US; his articles appear regularly in Counterpunch and Truth Out. He has published three novels, all written during his six and half years in prison for political offenses committed in the 1970s. Earlier he lived as a fugitive in South Africa from 1991-2002. James recently released a comprehensive exploration of the US’ mass incarceration apparatus — “Understanding Mass Incarceration: A People’s Guide to the Key Civil Right Struggle of Our Time.” His website is FreedomNeverRests.com


The Gary Null Show – 10.22.15

Prof. Joanna Bourke is a historian, social feminist and scholar from New Zealand and currently a professor of history in the Department of History, Classics and Archeology at Birkbeck University of London in the UK. Raised in New Zealand, Zambia, and Haiti, she has focused her research on the culture and history of war and fear, the history of rape and gender struggle, and the sociology of violence. She is the director of the Birkbeck Trauma Project, which attempts to understand the deeper contexts of traumatic events and how they are constructed and manifest over time. Joanna holds degrees from Auckland University and a doctorate from Australian National University. Last year she was elected a Fellow of the British Academy, which recognizes the highest distinction of scholarship in the humanities. Joanna has authored ten book on war and violence, her latest is “Deep Violence: Military Violence, War Play and the Social Life of Weapons.”


The Gary Null Show – 10.21.15

Stuart Wexler has been regarded as one of the nation’s top researchers and investigators into domestic terrorism in America and radical religious activities. His groundbreaking research on these subjects, and historical terrorist crimes including the unsolved murder of Martin Luther King has been featured on NBC News, USA Today, the Boston Globe and other media sources. He has also been a presenter at numerous JFK assassination conventions. Stuart holds an MA in political science from Rutgers University and is continuing in its graduate program, and is the recipient of the James Madison Teacher’s Fellowship. He has authored three books on religious terrorism and racial warfare in the US. His latest is “America’s Secret Jihad: The Hidden History of Religious Terrorism in the United States.”


The Gary Null Show – 10.20.15

Prof. Laurence Shoup is a historian who has been researching the background and agendas of the Council on Foreign Relations for 40 years. He has taught history, social science and international relations at the University of Illinois, San Francisco State University and other institutions. For five decades Dr. Shoup has been active in human rights struggles, protesting the Vietnam War, marching with Martin Luther King and participating in the union movement. He holds degrees from California State University and a doctorate from Northwestern. He ran as a Green Party candidate in the city of Oakland and California state and consulted for many nonprofit organizations. Laurence has written five books, his most recent being “Wall Street’s Think Tank: The Council on Foreign Relations and the Empire of Neoliberal Geopolitics 1976-2014” His website is www.LaurenceShoup.com