This week on LOA Today Joel and Walt talk about the Law of Attraction inevery day activities, starting off with two stories about how our pre-call mindset directly affects our experience when calling a major call center of a major company.
ELECTION THEFT IN IOWA, NEW HAMPSHIRE AND BEYOND?
We are concerned about the reported outcome of the Iowa caucuses and what that might mean for the general election. With the great GREG PALAST and BOB FITRAKIS, and with READER SUPPORTED NEWS reporter SCOTT GALINDEZ we explore what really happened with the vote count there.
We also ask the $64 trillion question: CAN BERNIE WIN IN A “STRIP & FLIP” ELECTRONIC SELECTION?
We look the impact of stripping the voter rolls and flipping the vote count from the 2000 and 2004 presidential thefts for George W. Bush, and see what the implications might be for 2016. It’s not a pretty picture.
James LaValle, R.Ph., C.C.N. is a nationally recognized clinical pharmacist, board certified clinical nutritionist, author, educator, industry consultant and clinical practitioner/pioneer in the field of natural therapeutics.
He is one of the nation’s top influencers in legitimizing integrative medicine, and was named one of the “50 Most Influential Pharmacists” by American Druggist magazine as well as 2011 Clinician of the Year by the Natural Products Association.
LaValle is also the author of more than 20 books and eBooks including, is most recently released publication, Your Blood Never Lies, as well as his best seller, Cracking the Metabolic Code.
LaValle was appointed Metabolic Medicine Institute (MMI) Committee Chairperson in 2014. He is also affiliated with George Washington University as the course director in systems biology and clinical lecturer.
Eleanor LeCain discusses gender equality with two women who helped make Iceland #1 in gender equality – Katrin Anna Gudmundsdottir and Bryndis Isfold – and discusses moving from social justice advocate to mayor with the new mayor of Alexandria, Virginia – Allison Silberberg.
A talk with anthropologist (and “vibe-ologist”) Graham St. John about entities, horror films, and his new book Mystery School in Hyperspace: A Cultural History of DMT. http://www.edgecentral.net/
President Obama on Islam, Terrorism, Race and the American Way
In a highly publicized speech he delivered yesterday at the Islamic Society of Baltimore—his first visit to a U.S. mosque as head of state—President Barack Obama ostensibly was playing the role of Domestic Peacemaker in Chief, calling for religious tolerance and a rekindling of the Jeffersonian/Founding Fathers’ commitment to religious freedom for all Americans.
Lawdy, Lawdy, so wrong in so many ways, says Leid Stories of Obama’s speech.
Gary gives you the latest in Health and Nutrition. Gary then discusses the latest news going on in the world and plays some great You Tube clip as well. Enjoy
NFL players are know for their toughness, on-field antics and yes – arrest records. In 2015 alone, 31 players were arrested for dui’s, domestic violence, guns/weapons charges and most recently – Bronco’s Ryan Murphy was detained in a prostitution sting. On a positive NFL note – yes, the term positive and NFL can coexist in a sentence. A parody video of Seal’s “Kiss From A Rose” features Super Sex Bowl babies (spanning all the way back to 1967) that were reprtedly conceived on game day. Data refelcts that winning cities see a rise in births 9 months after the Super Sex Bowl. Gives pigs in a blanket a whole new meaning. And Lego finally gets with the time and unveils disabled minature figure. Next, there should be a maimed Barbie figure – only then will Barbie be perfect.
The great new film is Letters from Generation Rx. The heroic maker and my guest is Kevin Miller. Along with other psychiatric reformers, we are also getting together at a marvelous conference for the public March 3-5, 2016 in Florida. Learn about Kevin, his stunning film, and the conference in this stellar hour.
People all over the world who just want a fair chance to thrive in their local economies are confronted with the seemingly indomitable, supra-governmental power of global private financial interests. But this hasn’t stopped them from trying – and some are making good progress. Ellen talks with public banking protagonists in Ireland and England about their homeland efforts in the face of deeply entrenched money powers while co-host Walt McRee talks with PA Project Founder Mike Krauss about a breakthrough in their efforts in Philadelphia. And Matt Stannard discusses our universal sense of fiscal vulnerabilities on the Public Banking Report.