Dr. Dudley Danoff, M.D., known for his wisdom and wit, discussed life and love – both good to enjoy to the fullest! Dr. D. is a board-certified urologist who for years has helped couples achieve the emotional intimacy and physical satisfaction they desire. His book “PENIS POWER – The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health” acknowledges women too in his “Women’s Top 10 Complaints” which include a husband without sexual skills.
The escalating campaign to LEGALIZE CANNABIS is work of our superb guest ERIC STERLING, President of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation and a commissioner on the Maryland state board investigating medical marijuana there.
Eric first testified for legalizing cannabis to the Pennsylvania legislature more than four decades ago. He recalls for us the 1972 Schafer Commission, empowered by Richard Nixon, that advocated decriminalization. Nixon did his best to suppress the findings, which came from a Republican Governor of Pennsylvania. But 43 years later, after more than a million arrests, its wisdom is obvious.
With his decades of leadership on the issue, Eric takes us through the realities of legalization on Colorado and Washington, as well as the recent approval of medical cannabis in Puerto Rico. He emphasizes that the term “marijuana” was adopted in the 1930s as a race-based stigmatization for cannabis, which is has been used by humankind for a wide range of purposes for many millennia.
Today our guest interview is with Mary Pipher. Dr. Pipher is a clinical psychologist and the author of nine books, including Reviving Ophelia, which was #1 on the New York Times bestseller list for 26 weeks. Her area of interest is how American culture influences the mental health of its people. She lives in Lincoln, Nebraska with her husband Jim. Her passions are her family, being outdoors, birds, books, and protecting her state’s environment.
David talks with Dr. Sherri Tenpenny about vaccines.
Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny is an osteopathic medical doctor, board certified in three medical specialties. From 1986 to 1998, she was a full time Emergency Medicine physician and the director of the Emergency Department in Findlay, Ohio. In 1996, she opened a center for Integrative medicine. Patients have come from nearly all 50 states and 14 countries to get well using a combination of conventional and holistic therapies. Dr. Tenpenny has also produced several books and DVDs.
David and Sherri discuss the side effects of vaccines, the history and politics of vaccines, and the future of even more vaccines, provided in an even more coercive fashion. It is truly a scary time for people with concerns about vaccines, especially (but not only) parents, and it is time to get educated and get politically active. You cannot rely on the political system or the mainstream media to bring sanity back.
El Cinco de Mayo: Steeped in the Battle Against Slavery
It’s perhaps one of America’s most misunderstood commemorative days, but El Cinco de Mayo should be one of its most widely celebrated.
Advertising campaigns would have us believe it’s about tacos, guacamole and beer, but in fact El Cinco de Mayo is steeped in a protracted struggle by conjoined Native, African and Spanish-speaking peoples in the Americas against European imperialism and the genocidal policies that accompanied it.
Dr. David E. Hayes-Bautista, author of “El Cinco de Mayo: An American Tradition,” explains the hidtorical significance of the commemorative day.
Hayes-Bautista is a professor of medicine and director of the Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture at the School of Medicine, UCLA.
Rainbow Thunder Heart is one of the major leaders of the 28 indigenous Native American tribes in the country. He is traveling around the world with several of the other leaders on a quest to heal Mother Earth from man’s negligence and destructive treatment.
This May Day program begins with musicologist TM Scruggs sharing some of the best-known labor and revolutionary ballads. Then Santa Rosa, Calif. organizer Luis Santoyo explains some of the May Day actions taking place in his city. Geoff Davidian of the Real News Network discusses the rights of citizens to film police. Finally, a look at the 45th anniversary of the Kent State shootings. Joseph Lewis was shot and wounded that day; Laurel Krause lost her sister to the National Guard’s gunfire.
Host Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Mr. Tony Martinez. Tony is a Food & Drug and International Trade Attorney. He was directly involved with the passage of the landmark Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 and other FDA related measures.
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.
Werewolves of Riverside Drive.