Gary discusses topics like drugs and police, health and nutrition, politics and plays some audio from a YouTube clip.
Dr. Richard Smith is an historian specializing in China and its transition to capitalism, and on economics, environmental and ecological issues. He received his doctorate in history from UCLA and has written on the many penetrating investigative reports and research papers on the capitalism’s failures and threats to the preservation of our planet. He is the author of “Green Capitalism: The God that Failed” published earlier this year by the World Economics Association. He is currently working two new books addressing China’s environmental threats and another on capitalism and the global environment.
Gary takes call and discusses Big Pharma and expensive drugs, financial failures, climate change, the U.S.A. are the biggest importers of drugs in the world and Finland shows how the Euro doesn’t work. Also some audio from YouTube clips.
The Clintons’ legacy and why we should be deeply concerned about a Hillary presidency, with Gary Null and PRN Executive Producer Richard Gale.
A look at the history of Zionism, the rise of the Israeli lobby and recent US administrations acting as the servants of Israel – with Alison Weir.
Wifi, microwaves, and the consequences to our health, with Barrie Trower, speaking on the consequences of radiation in our everyday lives. Then, Chris Hedges explains how we have become a rogue nation, a police state with Imperial ambitions. And more.
A three hour special on vaccines featuring insights from multiple experts such as Suzanne Humphries, Sherri Tenpenny, and more.
Special broadcast on homeopathy and federal health agency’s attempts to limit American access to it – with Drs. Toni Bark, Mitchell Fleisher, Ronald Whitmont, and Christopher Johnson.
How the cosmological and physical sciences should inform us about our concept of God and its relevancy in facing future challenges – Part 2 of a discussion with Dr. Nancy Ellen Abrams.
Peak Food and the Future of Food Security with Jeffrey Smith, David Montgomery, Peter D. Carter.