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The Working Life Podcast With Jonathan Tasini – WEST VIRGINIA TEACHERS WALK THE LINE; CLIMATE CHANGE GETS REAL IN WASHINGTON STATE; HAWAII PROGRESSIVE RUNS

Nine days striking isn’t the longest walk-out you will see. But, when you do that in defiance of the law, whoa, now that’s showing some spine. I kick off the podcast with a chat with the president of the West Virginia Education Association, Dale Lee, to get a read on what we can learn from the teachers’ victory. I, then, …

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Let’s Create A Better World – 02.15.18

The answer to how we can slow down, and even stop global warming, which is also known as climate change. Climate change is a deadly throughout the world. Our guest, Jane Veloz-Mitchell is a nationally known hard hitting TV reporter. The show also discusses the vegan life style and animal rights, of which Jane is a very involved activist. She …

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Expanding Mind – Consciousness Explorer – 02.01.18

A lively discussion with “meditation MacGyver” Jeff Warren about polyspirituality, Buddhist hedonism, the X-factor of awareness, and how he contributed to Dan Harris’s new book Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics (Spiegel & Grau). http://jeffwarren.org/ Download this episode (right click and save)

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Louisa Wilcox – 10.22.17

Working for Natural Resources Defense Council, Sierra Club, Center for Biological Diversity and Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Louisa Wilcox has advocated for grizzly bear preservation for over 30 years. She specializes in developing comprehensive strategies that succeed because they work on multiple scales using various approaches, including grassroots organizing and outreach, education, media and communication, policy analysis, lobbying, coalition development, and …

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TIM FREDERICK in Hedge Funds – News Top Tech Stocks of David Blood and Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management

“Generation Investment Management (GIM), founded in 2004 by David Blood and Al Gore is a long-only equity hedge fund managing a public equity portfolio valued at $7.17 billion as of March 31. The fund has a strong presence in technology stocks, with them representing 45% of the value of its portfolio, while healthcare stocks made up another large chunk, at 29%. Gore, the former vice president, works …

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Global Alert News – 05.13.17

The societal division between those  who are willing to face the truth, and those who are not, is widening by the day. The power structure is doing all it can to fuel increasing animosity on all sides of of the equation. The truth about vaccination dangers is finally surfacing, this will continue to be a major and growing societal flashpoint. The …

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Tonight’s Progressive Commentary Hour!

An early Earth Day special —  A look at climate change in the context of the loss of our global forests. And what can the wisdom of trees teach us about preserving the future of the human species.   If Jane Goodall is the ambassador for the animal kingdom. If Vandana Shiva is the ambassador for seeds and organic foods. …

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Leid Stories—How Much Longer, the old Democrats-Republicans Equation?—03.13.17

Election 2016 offered proof that millions of voters had had it with a tone-deaf two-party system that seemed woefully out of step with their America. They served notice in many ways—switching parties, not voting, supporting independent candidates and movements instead—and created momentum for new political possibilities and choices.
But as the dust settled after the election, it seems things have returned to their “original” state, with politics largely a matter concerning Democrats and Republicans.

What Women Must Know – Health Hazards from our Wireless World with Deborah Kopald – 02.23.17

Deborah Kopald is an environmental consultant and has developed and overseen the passage of legislative initiatives to protect the public from cell tower radiation and wireless technologies. She advises government officials, schools, doctors and lawyers on telecommunications policies, Wi-Fi technology and the environmental and health risks these technologies pose to citizens. Deborah is a Review Editor at the journal Frontiers in Public Health and holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard and an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. She is published in Reviews on Environmental Health and the Consumer Law and Policy Blog. In 2013, she organized and moderated “The Conference on Corporate Interference with Science and Health” which covered fracking, GMO’s and wireless health hazards.

www.corporateinterference.org