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The Plutocracy Report – 03.30.18

In this weeks show Vince starts off talking about what hes noticing in nature from his little part of the world and what we’re seeing with the insect population. Then he mentions a candidate for senate in Michigan that supports giving shotguns to homeless people but has a great foreign policy platform and gets in to the Illinois governor race where a multi …

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Expat Files – 02.25.18

Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #737- SUN, FEB 25- (02-25-2018): #1- If you drive in Latin America, you’ll hit many potholes and suffer many annoying flat tires. Worse yet, in time your wheel rims will get damaged and pitted by the many pothole impacts. Eventually the tire rims will become slightly eccentric and not allow the tire to seal properly. That means …

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What Women Must Know – The Science Is In…WIFI Technology Causes Major Harm with Dr. George Carlo – 02.08.18

Dr. George L. Carlo is a world recognized medical scientist, best-selling author and attorney. His career spans thirty-five years and more than 250 medical, scientific and public policy publications in the areas of human performance, public safety, health care, consumer protection and metabolic mechanisms. He has advanced degrees in medical sciences, neurophysiology, natural sciences and biology. He has written three …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – The Web of Student Debt and other 2018 Challenges – 01.17.18

Through regulatory capture, banks and other powerful corporations are able to maximize their profiteering, usually at others’ expense. A particularly egregious example of lending abuse is in federal loan programs designed to help America’s college students. Ellen talks with Alan Collinge of Student Loan Justice about this exploitive financing regime, and co-host Walt McRee speaks with Mike Brown of LendEdu.com about …

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The Infectious Myth – Filmmaker Eric Merola on Burzynski’s Struggle and Stem Cell Therapy – 06.20.17

David Crowe speaks with Eric Merola about two conflicts between the medical establishment and non-mainstream therapies. The first is the latest battle in the long-running struggle of Dr. Stanislaw Burzyski in Houston, Texas, to be allowed to use his non-toxic anti-cancer therapies called anti-neoplastons. This time the Texas Medical Board once more tried to shut him down (listen to find …

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The Gary Null Show – 06.20.17

Threatening bubbles on the horizon, debt  and what does this mean for average Americans?  Dr. Jack Rasmus is a professor of political economics at St. Mary’s College and Santa Clara University in California.  Prior to teaching, he was an economic analyst for several global corporations and an organizer, negotiator and business representative for several labor unions. At one time he …

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Leid Stories—Virginia, San Francisco Shootings Are No ‘Ordinary’ Crimes—06.15.17

A practice baseball game yesterday in Alexandria, Va., was to have been a warmup for the real thing today at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. The bipartisan charity event will go on as scheduled, even though James Hodgkinson, a 66-year-old Illinois man, could have scuttled the game entirely. Hodgkins, said to be an avowed Trump critic, turned up at the …

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LOA Today – 05.18.17

Sadly, this week we say goodbye to Joel Elston, whose life has become so full with all the great stuff happening in it that he must regretfully leave our show behind. Mark and Uohna join Walt this week to discuss the Neuroscience of Feeling Good. Next week, Walt is joined by a new co-host.   Download this episode (right click …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Fixing the Infrastructure of Finance – 05.17.17

As public physical assets deteriorate the world over, profiteers and corporatists are anxiously positioning themselves to profit from their bursting new markets of imminent demand. If you’re a government trying to serve those needs but don’t have a reliable source of affordable funding, like your own public bank, you’re stuck with the scalpers. Bridges aren’t the only failing civic infrastructure …

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SIMON DAVIS-COHEN – Corporate America is Inching Even Closer to a Constitutional Convention

During a Colorado Springs rally on Oct. 18, 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump announced, “The time for congressional term limits has finally arrived.” For many, it was one of Trump’s more moderate proclamations. Term limits don’t sound like such a bad idea. But it’s possible this comment signaled support for a broader, more partisan agenda. Term limits are a central demand …