An interview with peace activist Cindy Sheehan!
U.S. Supreme Court Decisions 2015: ‘Not All Settled Law’
The U.S. Supreme Court has wrapped up its term with a bumper crop of history-making decisions. The court may have settled several controversial matters of law, but it also has triggered questions about the politicization of the justices and their seemingly limitless authority as the last word on laws enacted by Congress and presidential action.
Josh Blackman, an assistant professor of law at the South Texas College of Law and an expert on constitutional law, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the intersection of law and technology, discusses key decisions of the court’s term.
Author of Unprecedented: The Constitutional Challenge to Obamacare, Blackman deconstructs the court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act.
Cranberry juice protecting against heart disease and diabetes, sugary drinks and high death toll worldwide. Is the paleo diet making you irritable and sleep deprived? Muscadine grapes and their benefits. Then, what’s really going on with Greece and how it might impact others in Europe – the central bank of central banks. And more!
How are we really doing in the bedroom? Why do both men and women cheat? Can your relationship actually improve AFTER an extra-marital affair? Don’t miss what Beatty has to say about these issues and more!
Yasmin Nair is a writer, academic, and activist based in Chicago. She is the co-founder of the editorial collective Against Equality and a member of the grassroots organisation Gender JUST. Her work can be found at www.yasminnair.net.
Guest 2: Jason crow.
Guest 3: Bruce Kaufman.
Independence Day and the founding fathers goal of the constitution.
In light of the historic California drought and a global water crisis, Peter and Mickey devote this week’s program to a look at water issues. First, investigative journalists Katharine Mieskowski and Lance Willliams explain how some water usage data is being kept away from journalists and the public. Then spoken-word artist Nick George offers a poem about water, power and money. In the second half of the program, Project Censored researcher Steven Feher shares what he’s uncovered about ground water contamination from fracking. Finally, author Kirk Hylan explores the possible benefits of advanced desalination technology.
Rally Round the Flag
This week’s Global Research News Hour examines two of the biggest threats to human existence on planet Earth: the elimination of human habitat due to Climate Change and the dangers of an increasingly likely World War 3 scenario evolving out of the tensions growing between US/NATO and Russia/China.
The first interview guest is Guy Mcpherson, Emeritus Professor of Natural Resources and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Arizona, and author of the blog Nature Bats Last (guymcpherson.com) He has put together a workshop on Abrupt Climate change on the site onlyloveremains.org
The second guest is Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, a Sociologist and a Research associate with the Centre for Research on Globalization, and an award-winning author. His book The Globalization of NATO is available for purchase at the Global Research Website. Nazemroaya lays out the geopolitical dynamics pushing the US/NATO in the direction of a nuclear confrontation with RUSSIA and China.
New information on lowering our cholesterol, what we’ve been told versus the truth – a longer investigation that has not been heard in the media. Also today – we love wars! George Carlin’s perspective. Libya – lawless, alarming, unpredictable, dangerous – and the US role in its troubles. Information on menopause. Scientists detect mysterious warming in US coastal waters. And more!
The weekend of June 27-28 marks the likely last comprehensive negotiating session between the Troika and the Greek government before the current extension of the debt agreement between Greece and the Troika formally expires on June 30, 2015. As final negotiations come down to the wire, the class nature of the bargaining positions of the two parties is becoming …