Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary gives you a long length commentary on millennials and exploring the poor class. In the first half of the program Gary does his normal health segment where he explains the health benefits of dried garlic and how caffeinated drinks can trigger change the brain similar to cocaine.
Project Censored has just released its latest yearbook of stories under-reported or misreported by U.S. corporate media.
On today’s program
Peter and Mickey spend the hour in discussion with Mark Crispin Miller, NYU professor and media critic. Their conversation included both critiques of corporate media’s recent performance (such as its coverage of the presidential campaign), and also ongoing developments that threaten freedom of the press and of thought (for example, the engagement of big PR firms by federal agencies).
Gary Null speaks with some of the smartest minds in the world on what really happened on 9/11 15th Anniversary special series on the events of September 11th 2001 Danny Sheehan, PhD, one of the America’s most important and influential public interest and human rights attorneys Legal precedents in large national conspiratorial trials that provide groundwork for reopening Congressional investigation into …
Peter Phillips and guest co-host Michael Levitan spend the hour with Brian Wilson, the peace activist who survived
being run over by a munitions train during a demonstration at a California naval base 29 years ago. Wilson recounts
his transformation from Vietnam-War hawk to veteran to antiwar organizer, and also explains the connections between
the peace movement and the environmental movement. Also on the program is film-maker Bo Boudart, who produced
and directed a new documentary about Brian Wilson, “Paying the Price for Peace.”
WhoWhatWhy Introduction by Milicent Cranor: The story below offers a rare close-up view of a man who is so creepy it’s fascinating. He actually performed some of the dirty, unthinkable deeds you read about in the various exposés on the CIA. According to the author, the man “looks like Danny DeVito playing the Penguin, and talks like Edward G. Robinson …
We must act to maintain the integrity of organic standards! Action Alert! The semiannual meeting of the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) will take place April 25–27 in Washington, DC. Because the NOSB makes decisions that, in large part, determine the future of organic foods (it’s the advisory board for the National Organic Program, or NOP), ANH-USA has been engaged with …
I remember reading about Final Fantasy VII, a movie I was really looking forward to. My initial reaction was disappointment that it was two years away – because by then we’d be under military control.” It was 2004, and Matthew Elliott was in deep. Elliott, from San Antonio, Texas, had first been drawn to conspiracy theories when he was 19, …
Eleven years ago, I initiated a discussion about the fact that jet fuel fires could not have melted steel at the World Trade Center. The government agency investigating the WTC destruction responded by holding “some of its deliberations in secret.” Although it’s not a secret that jet fuel can’t melt steel, due to propaganda from sources like The Washington Post and The Huffington Post, Americans …
Capitalism and Democracy: A Plausible Coexistence?
The answer to the above proposition, generally, would be a resounding “Yes!” But ask Tariq Ali, renowned political commentator, author and leftist thinker, whether capitalism and democracy can coexist, and you’ll get an entirely different point of view.
With both elements deeply embedded in the American psyche and political discourse, Leid Stories joins Ali at a presentation in which he goes to the heart of the matter.
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