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The Gary Null Show – 11.10.17

The dark side of psychiatry’s influence over the nation’s judicial system. Katherine Hine is a former attorney who practice law for over 30 years before becoming a radio program hosting two programs —  “Bedlam in America”  and “Who Judges the Judges” — at WLJA in Ohio and on Blog Talk Radio.  Her broadcasts explore the illegalities of forced psychiatry and …

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INSIGHT – A WALK IN THE PARK FOR MENTAL HEALTH – ABILITIES EXPO DOES IT RIGHT – THE APPEAL OF DIRTY JEANS – 05.04.17

The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide (SPTS) presents its first walk, A Walk for Wellness – A Stride Against Suicide.  Phyllis Alongi, SPTSl Clinical Director joins Mark for a conversation on how the vast work SPTS has accomplished has created a national dialogue with teens on mental health as well as their inaugural 5k walk on Sunday May 7, …

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Karl Pillemer Ph.D. – The Shortcut to Finding Your Purpose in Life

In a seminar room on an Ivy League campus, I sat across from earnest, and anxious college seniors. In a few months, they would leave the classic tree-lined campus, the football games, and the overflowing cafeterias where food magically appears three times a day. I had arranged the meeting to find out what these “emerging adults” desperately wanted to learn …

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Yves Smith – Bill Black: A “Jihadist” Against the Banks?

Yves here. You cannot make this stuff up. This Real News Network segment features Bill Black discussing, based on his first-hand experience of having the Department of Justice attempting to quash Black’s expert witness testimony in a fraud case because Black is a “jihadist” against banks. Since when is calling out fraud tantamount to conducting a religious war? Only if …

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Leid Stories – 09.30.15

Identity Politics and the 2016 Presidential Race

An Answer to the Question Often Asked of Immigrants

Louis DeSapio, professor of political science and of Chicano and Latino Studies at the University of California-Irvine and coauthor of the recently released Uneven Roads, An Introduction to U.S. Racial and Ethnic Politics, talks about the intersection of race, identity and immigration in the 2016 presidential race.

Host Utrice Leid in a commentary answers a question often asked of immigrants: “Why did you come to America?”