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Keeping Democracy Alive – AX DAY 2018: BILLIONAIRES THANK US! – 04.22.18

It’s the same only worse. Much worse. While the Trump/Ryan tax law won’t really hit until next April, there is no question the beneficiaries are those at the very top of the wealth pyramid. Regular income earners will be subsidizing the super rich at a much greater level. Our guest today explains what it does clearly and succinctly. Josh Hoxie …

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INSIGHT – JAZZ ICONS JAM FOR NYC DISABILITY PRIDE PARADE, 160 VICTIMS OF NASSAR HAVE DAYS IN COURT, SUE GRAFTON’S FINAL CHAPTER – 01.25.18

Download this episode (right click and save) It was a privilege to have Mike Le Donne, renowned Jazz Pianist and Founder/Pres/CEO Disability Pride NYC (501C3 non-profit organization), on the show to discuss the impetus on forming Disability Pride NYC and how vital their NYC Disability Pride Parade is in eradicating serotypes, bridging communities and creating a platform for performers and attendees with disabilities to experience inclusion and …

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The Infectious Myth – Chris Exley on High Aluminum Levels in Autistic Brains – 01.17.18

In episode 170, David speaks with Chris Exley about his recently published research that found extremely high levels of Aluminum in some areas of brains taken from deceased people diagnosed with autism. This research is not easy, as the number of brains and amounts of material available for analysis, are very limited. He explains why some of the criticisms are …

Honoring women farmers

As we celebrate National Farmers’ Day, let’s take a moment to honor the women who run about a third of our country’s farms. They’re also often leading the way in developing more resilient practices, farming on smaller pieces of land, incorporating more crop diversity and growing food for their communities. I had the privilege of speaking with four such farmers …

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Jill Richardson – A Healthy Way to Build Communities

Mark Winne, an author and anti-hunger activist, often says that the most important word in “community garden” isn’t “garden.” I saw this firsthand not long ago. Standing in the sun between several small garden plots all morning, it may not have looked like much was going on. A few people stood in a circle, chatting. Occasionally, one would leave, or …