Economic Update -Capitalism’s Excuse: Blame Govt-02.16.18

Updates on capitalist fishing industry self-destructs, how malls mirror US capitalism, blaming government self -destructs in Oklahoma, renationalizing in UK, Mulvaney says interest rate spikes coming (how tax cuts hurt us). Interview with lifelong unionist Charles Fabian on decline and potential of US labor movement. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Organic Gardner Podcast | The Organic Mechanics Soil Company | Mark Highland the Organic Mechanic | Chester County, PA | 02.12.18

http://organicmechanicsoil.com/contactus-organic-potting-soil.html Mark Highland the Organic Mechanic and author of  Practical Organic Gardening: The No-Nonsense Guide to Growing Naturally  is here to share his garden entrepreneurship journey today! Full of golden seeds you won’t want to miss this!     WATER LESS video!!! (episode) Can I ask? Are you a millennial? Cause I talk about rockstar millennials all the time. I have this …


Meria Heller – Meria with Nathan Runkle, Founder of Mercy For Animals – 02.04.18

 Meria interviews one of her favorite heroes: Nathan Runkle, Founder and President of Mercy For Animals. Live your values;your voice matters;300 animals a second killed for food in USA;voiceless and choice-less;How he get started and why; willful ignorance of our industrial food system;9 billion animals killed a yr;cultural evolution; easy to live a healthy lifestyle; resource intensity; the film “What the Health”;SAD-standard …


Expat Files – 11.26.17

#1- Something fishy going on here in Latin America regarding food labling and “expiration dates”. Yes “expiration” and “to be used by” dates have been popping up recently and are now seen on most food products here. But can you really trust them?   #2- An “amparo” is a Spanish word for a court date “postponement” and why white collar political …


Meditations and Molotovs – 06.26.17

 On today’s program, Vince examines the conspiratorial left and the organizations, media outlets and individuals who support it. In order for poor and working-class people to effectively organize in the long-term, we must reject the nihilism, cynicism and apathy produced by those entities. Unfortunately, these trends are not limited to progressive movements in the U.S. Download this episode (right click …


It’s All About Food – Guests Milton Mills, MD and Ted Genoways – 05.16.17

Milton Mills, MD, Health and Politics Critical Care Physician, Inova Fairfax Hospital Member, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine National Advisory Board Member of the Board of Directors, Plant-based Prevention Of Disease, Inc. Milton Mills, MD practices urgent care medicine in the Washington DC area, and has served previously as Associate Director of Preventive Medicine, and currently as a member of …


The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 05.10.17

Kevin Miller is the filmmaker of Generation Rx and now Letters from Generation Rx.   He and I enjoy our tour of common falsehoods sold to us by psychiatry, medicine and nutrition in our world.   For the first time in public, I talk more about my own enlightenment about nutrition, and my glorious first six weeks of plant-based eating.  Kevin and …


The Infectious Myth – Pesticides and GMOs with Sheryl McCumsey – 04.18.17

David talks with Canadian pesticide activist Sheryl McCumsey about Roundup, other pesticides, agricultural practices, the influence of the chemical industry, and GMOs.   Download this episode (right click and save)


Study: How climate change threatens mountaintops (and clean water)

Mountains are far more than rocks. About half of the world’s drinking water filters through their high-elevation forests, plants, and soils, among other natural benefits. Now, a new first-of-its kind study, in the journal Nature, shows how these mountain ecosystems around the globe may be threatened by climate change. Rising temperatures over the next decades appear likely to “decouple” key …


Victoria Pope – Much of the Cuisine We Now Know, and Think of as Ours, Came to Us by War

The relish on my plate is Sicilian, a tangy blend of sweet and sour flavors. I can pick out some of the ingredients—eggplant, capers, celery—right away. I haven’t a clue, however, about the forces that came together to create this exquisite vegetable dish. Gaetano Basile, a writer and lecturer on the food and culture of Sicily, does know. He has …