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What Women Must Know – The Cheese Trap with Dr. Neal Barnard, MD, – 05.04.17

Neal Barnard, M.D., F.A.C.C., is the president and founder of the nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and Barnard Medical Center. He is the author of 17 previous books, including the New York Times best-sellers Power Foods for the Brain, 21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart, and the USA Today bestseller Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program for Reversing Diabetes. He stars in four …

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The Intelligence Hour with Kevin Shipp – 05.01.17

On the program our guest, the distinguished Admiral James, “Ace” Lyons, discusses the shocking US government cover up of the intent of the Pearl Harbor attack and intelligence intentionally withheld, indicating the attack was imminent; all of which was, essentially, a false flag to lead America to war.  In reality, the Japanese attempted to broker peace, which was rejected by President Franklin D. …

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The Conspiracy Guy – 04.26.17

The Conspiracy Guy #21: Further revelations from SHATTERED reveal that the “Russian hacking” meme was contrived by Robbie Mook and John Podesta within 24 hours of Hillary’s concession speech and that she wanted the press to report that she lost because of the FBI (James Comey), the KGB (the old name for the Russian Secret Police) and the KKK (Trump’s white nationalist supporters) to …

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The Intelligence Hour with Kevin Shipp – 04.17.17

The Intelligence Hour is a fifty-eight- minute program designed to provide a professional, credible and entertaining show on intelligence issues from a Constitutional perspective. Some of the issues the program will cover:  The Shadow Government/Deep State  Patriot Act  CIA Torture and Rendition  NSA Domestic Surveillance  CIA Surveillance/WikiLeaks Vault 7  FBI Warrantless Searches/National Security Letters …

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Energy Stew – Edwin Rutsch – 04.14.17

Is empathy the missing link?  –  Energy Stew interview with Edwin Rutsch How important is empathy in creating a better world? How powerfully do you think it’s working now? Maybe empathy is something we need to focus more on to help people have greater appreciation for each other. Most people are not able to empathize with others unconditionally for many …

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The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 03.29.17

The best talk I have ever given about the harms of antidepressant drugs such as Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa, Lexapro, Effexor, and Wellbutrin. Impassioned and yet full of devastating facts and truths about the damage done to many, and perhaps most, of people who take them. Not only children but also adults develop suicidal thoughts and behaviors on antidepressants. All ages can develop symptoms of mania and some experience a full-blown manic episode with dangerously uncontrolled, impulsive, grandiose behavior. Others become chronically depressed by these drugs called antidepressants. Many become easily frustrated (irritable) and or even violent, including many mass murders who were taking antidepressants. Ethical people become unethical. Kind people become callous and hateful. Without knowing what has happened to them, almost everyone becomes less caring and less engaged with friends, loved ones, work, recreational activities and life in general. With all that, genuinely scientific studies show that antidepressants are not even helpful, while the FDA defies commonsense and science in how it allows the drug companies to test them! I call for a ban on giving these and other psychiatric drugs to children and ask if any adults, if fully informed, would ever take them.

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The Torch – 03.19.17

Jeff Ruch is Executive Director of Public Employees for Environmental
Responsibility – PEER. Prior to that Jeff was the Policy Director and
a staff attorney at the Government Accountability Project representing
whistleblowers from both the public and private sector. PEER advocated
against the political manipulation science, defending whistleblowers,
protecting public health and shielding scientists from interference in
the public sector.
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Ruthie Epstein is deputy advocacy director at the New York Civil
Liberties Union. She lobbied for reforms to the criminal justice and
immigration systems, as well as coordinating the organization’s
response to the 2014 Central American refugee crisis at the southern
border. From 2005 to 2013, she worked at Human Rights First in New
York City, advocating for protections in the U.S. refugee and asylum
systems.