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Progressive Commentary Hour – 04.25.17

An investigation into the mental state of Donald Trump and the cognitive disconnection in the American public for electing morally sound leaders Dr. John Gartner is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Johns University Medical School, where he has taught for the past 28 years. He has private practices in Baltimore and Manhattan where he specializes in borderline personality and …

A fracking well in Colorado, pictured in 2012

Laurel Peltier – 9,442 citizen-reported fracking complaints reveal 12-Years of suppressed data

Guess what was found in Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) filing cabinets after gas operators drilled 10,027 fracking wells over the last 12 years? Only 9,442 citizen-reported fracking complaints. And 44 percent of those are drinking water-related. Pennsylvania’s DEP finally released the complaints to Public Herald, an investigative journalism nonprofit. There’s much to learn from Pennsylvania’s now-public 9,442 fracking …

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Heart of Mind Radio – 01.27.17

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis looks into the metaphysical principle of Compassion. It is more than we think.

“Compassion opens the portal of truth and dissolves barriers of perceptual limitation and separation into the realization of god manifestation in unity, as transcendent, as love, as life”
Kathryn

Join the conversation at:
https://bodyascension.wordpress.com/2017/01/24/why-compassion/
Kathryn’s New Blog for dialog and conversation.

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The Natural Nurse and Dr. Z – Homeopathy- healing the poor safely and effectively – 12.20.16

Dr. Eugene Zamperion, ND, AHG, interviews Dr. Carina Lopez, ND. Dr. Lopez is a bilingual Spanish/English naturopathic doctor, homeopath, licensed acupuncturist, master herbalist and biosyntonist. Using a supportive environment, Dr. Lopez assists with a spectrum of issues using the body’s own healing potential and natural, safe, effective treatments.

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Millennials more likely than older adults to donate clothing rather than trash it

COLUMBIA, Mo. – In 2012, Americans sent more than 14 million tons of textile waste to trash dumps around the country, despite many options for consumers to repurpose or recycle textile waste, including donating old clothes to charities and recycling the materials to be remade into other products. Pamela Norum, professor and interim department chair of textile and apparel management …

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Think your plastic is being recycled? Think again.

Think those plastic items you carefully separate from the rest of your trash are being responsibly recycled? Think again. U.S. recycling companies have largely stayed away from recycling plastic and most of it has been shipped to China where it can be processed cheaper. Not anymore. China announced a Green Fence Policy, prohibiting much of the plastic recycling they once imported: …

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Kate Stringer – We Can’t Solve Climate Change Without Teaching It—Why More Classes Are Heading Outside

Standing waist-deep in Connecticut’s West River, Nyasia Mercer’s mind is far from the cold, murky water lapping against her rubber waders. The high-schooler is thinking of people. The ones who swim here. Fish here. The ones who unwittingly dump liquid waste into nearby sewers. And how few of them know what swirls through their neighborhood waterway. “It’s sad,” Mercer said. …

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Michael Krieger – Welcome to the Recovery – Homelessness Amongst Students Doubles Since Before the Recession

How’s that recovery going for you? That’s what I thought. Here’s the latest data point from the ongoing oligarch crime spreeshamelessly marketed to the masses as an “economic recovery.” From Five-Thirty-Eight: The number of homeless students in the country’s classrooms has more than doubled since before the recession, according to recently released federal data. That’s an alarming trend, but a new report offers some …