Gary gives you the latest in Health and Nutrition. Gary also plays some videos that will make you think a little more about what is happening in this world. Gary spoke to the listeners and answered some great questions.
Ramones: Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want To Fight Tonight)
Stiff Little Fingers: White Christmas
Pogues: Fairytale Of New York
Vandals: Oi To The World
Jeff Beck: Greensleeves
Jethro Tull: Christmas Song
B.B. King: Christmas Celebration
Mighty Mighty Bosstones: This Time Of Year
The Killers: A Great Big Sled
Pretenders: 2,000 Miles
Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds: Christmas Song
Smashing Pumpkins: Christmastime
Chris Cornell: Ave Maria
Sting: I Saw Three Ships
Jon Bon Jovi: Blue Christmas
Weezer: We Wish You A Merry Christmas
REM: Deck The Halls
Clyde McPhatter/Drifters: White Christmas
Beatles: Christmas Time Is Here Again
Gerald Celente provides some insights to what major trends his Trends Research Institute are forecasting for the year ahead. Celente and his analysts are predicting a year of geo-political and economic turbulence the likes of which the world has not seen in generations. But the year will also present opportunities – Golden Opportunities, as Celente has labeled the trend – for new profit potential, meaningful work and service and social movements to take shape to generate political and cultural reforms.
Professor Henry Giroux holds the Global Television Network Chair of English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University in Ontario Canada. He was previously the Waterbury Chair Professor at Penn State University and Director of the Forum in Education and Cultural Studies. Professor Giroux is a leader in the field of critical and public pedagogy which describes the nature of spectacle in our new media, body politic and corporate education. He is a prominent advocate of radical democracy, which opposes the powers of neoliberalism, corporatism, and religious fundamentalism that diminishes our sense of civic virtue, free-thought and well being. He has also been named among the top fifty educational thinkers of the modern Period. Henry has authored many books including “Disposable Futures” and more recently this month “America’s Addiction to Terrorism”. His website is HenryAGiroux.com
This week’s show was a call-in show based on our conversation with Mark Austin last week. Mike and Guy laid the groundwork for callers with an extensive introduction. We wrapped the show with an update about climate change.
2015 in Perspective: What’s Been, What’s Done, What’s Ahead (Part 2)
The discussion continues with listeners’ perspectives on what mattered in 2015, what will matter in the year ahead, and how to effect beneficial change.
Gerald Celente is one of today’s pioneers in trend strategy. He founded the Trends Research Institute in Kingston NY and is the publisher of the Trends Journal that has been published since 1980. He has since become one of the nation’s most sought after diagnosticians and forecasters. He is also the founder of Trends TV and a co-creator of the Occupy Peace movement.
Gerald is the host of – “Trends This Week” — on the Progressive Radio Network every Wednesday at 11 am Eastern time, just before my Noon broadcast
More information can be found on the websites TrendsResearch.com and OccupyPeace.us
Part II: Michelle McMacken, MD, Medical Weight-Loss Program with Plant-Based Nutrition
Michelle McMacken, MD, is a board-certified internal medicine physician and Assistant Professor of Medicine at NYU School of Medicine. An honors graduate of Yale University and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, she has more than ten years’ experience practicing primary care, directing a medical weight-loss program, and teaching doctors-in-training at Bellevue Hospital Center in New York City. Dr. McMacken is an enthusiastic supporter of plant-based nutrition and is committed to educating patients and doctors about the power of healthy eating and lifestyle modification. She has a Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University.
In Episode 83 David closes out 2015 on a positive note, talking about heroism and kindness, continuing on the subjects of vaccination, medical corruption, and the environment, and ending with discussions of terrorism, eavesdropping and justice (or injustice).
Links to articles used in this episode can be found at: http://theinfectiousmyth.com/PRN-TIM/83.php
Peter and Mickey spend the hour with author and theologian Matthew Fox, who explains his ideas of ‘creation spirituality’ and the ‘cosmic Christ.’ Fox also discusses his conflicts with the Vatican (“John Paul II and Benedict restarted the Inquisition”), the significance of non-Christian faiths such as Bhuddhism and Native American religions, the respect that religion should hold for science, and more.