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 …
Today is May 18th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment and all things political around the world. Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing covering the topics of nutrition and workouts. After a musical break Gary goes into a commentary …
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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Listen to Lauren Steiner, the former leader of LA for Bernie and the host of the the YouTube program, “The Robust Opposition,” will discuss the most productive ways to move ahead with grass roots activism in 2017, a few “good” surprises ahead — in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. Download this episode (right click and save)
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Caryn will give some inspiring thoughts for 2017 with tips to keep on track with your goals.
What is the most effective way to “oppose hate”? What should we do when someone makes a comment that we experience as racist, sexist, homophobic or ethnocentric? Do we ignore it in order to get along? Do we confront the person? If so, how? When we ignore remarks we experience as bigoted, we enable them. However, while confronting our opponents …
Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Felicia Stoler, DCN, MS, RDN, FACSM, FAND, America’s Health & Wellness Expert™ .
Whatever we think about the results of the presidential election, one thing’s for sure: it’s over and done with, and we’ve got to move on. But we should move on smartly, clearer about what this experience has taught us about our political system and our political selves.
In our continuing post-elections, Leid Stories asks: What has Election 2016 taught us? How does/will it affect our political outlook and/or actions?
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