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Solartopia Green Power and Wellness Hour – WHY HILLARY CAN’T WIN—PART 3 – 07.28.15

For the third and final show of this series we’re again joined by world-renown election protection expert BOB FITRAKIS to discuss what we can expect in the presidential and other elections of 2016. The answer is clear:  we can expect the unexpected. In particular, given the fact that the nation’s electronic voting machines—and thus the ultimate vote count—are in the …

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Bowl of Soul – 07.31.15

Funkalicious – Gina Carey – Funk/R&B – 2015
Moving Violation – Jackson 5 – R&B – 1975
Wish That I Could Talk To You – The Sylvers – R&B – 1972
Walking In The Rain – Love Unlimited – R&B – 1972
I Only Have Eyes For You – The Flamingos – Doo Wop/R&B – 1959
Talking To Myself – Blue Magic – R&B – 1975
You Aint Hard – Maimouna Yosseff(Feat Raheem Devaughn) – Hip Hop/R&B – 2015
Not So Fast – Jonathan Hoard – R&B – 2015
Old School – John Carey – R&B – 2015
What We Gone Do – Nichelle Colvin – R&B – 2015

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It’s All About Food – Christy Morgan, Definition Magazine – 07.28.15

Part I: Christy Morgan, Definition Magazine Christy Morgan has been tantalizing taste buds for years as a vegan chef, cooking instructor, food writer, and cookbook author. Her mission is to show that a whole foods vegan diet can be delicious, easy and will bring more energy and bliss into your life! Christy became obsessed with fitness post-30 and is now …

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Nature Bats Last – 07.28.15

Pauline Schneider interviews Cliff Weathers who comes to Riverkeeper after 30 years as a writer, editor and multimedia producer. He served as a deputy editor of Consumer Reports for 10 years, focusing on automotive reliability, green technologies and product safety. As AlterNet’s senior editor, Cliff documented how communities are impacted by extreme forms of fossil fuel extraction and crude oil …

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Infectious Myth – Dr. Remington Nevin on dangers of the malaria drug Mefloquine – 07.28.15

In episode 67 David interviews Dr. Remington Nevin about the controversial anti-malarial drug mefloquine that for decades was given to soldiers in the US and other militaries because of its ability to kill the malaria parasite, despite knowledge of its toxicity. Mefloquine is a member of the Quinoline family of drugs, several of which have psychiatric side effects, but Mefloquine became …

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Project Censored – 07.28.15

Peter Phillips and Project Censored affiliate professor Julie Andrzejewski as co-host address the Global Environmental Crisis. They interview emeritus professor of Religion and Philosophy Dr. David Ray Griffin regarding his new book Unprecedented: Can Civilization Survive the CO2 Crisis?  Additionally, they talk with Truth Out investigative reporter Dahr Jamail regarding his newest article: Mass Extinction: It’s the End of the World as …

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The Natural Nurse And Dr. Z – 07.28.15

The oral microbiome and long-term health Host Dr. Eugene Zampieron, ND, AHG, www.drznaturally.com hosts guest, Dr. Kaitlyn Staal. Known warmly as “Dr. Kat,” she received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and is a recent Summa Cum Laude graduate from the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Kat is currently completing her degree of Masters in Acupuncture, and completed further …

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Ask Beatty – 07.27.15

When is medicine absolutely necessary when treating psychiatric disorders?  What do the officer who arrested Sandra Bland for not signaling and Bill Cosby have in common?  What legal penalties should they be required to pay? Listen to Beatty’s analysis of these issues and more! Download this episode (right click and save)

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Smart Show (goharrison) with Cary Harrison – 07.27.15

Guest 1: IMAD KHADDURI – Currently in Toronto, Khadduri is author of the books Iraq’s Nuclear Mirage: Memoirs and Delusions and Unrevealed Milestones in the Iraqi National Nuclear Program 1981-1991. He now runs the “Free Iraq” blog.  He has closely followed the Iran nuclear deal and has a 30-page paper forthcoming from the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies in Doha: “The Iranian Nuclear Project: …

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Leid Stories – 07.30.15

Haiti In Focus: 100 Years After U.S. Occupation; Chelsea Clinton Handles Family Business; Mass Deportations to Dominican Republic Loom; Pressure Mounts Against Hillary’s Personally Selected President Veteran journalist Kim Ives, a prizewinning documentarian and editor of the news weekly Haïti Liberté, reports on four key developments in Haiti that not only affect Haitians and Haitians in the diaspora directly, but …