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The Gary Null Show – 09.14.17

Download this episode (right click and save) Nutrition and plant based diets for preventing and reversing disease Dr. Timothy Fior has been practicing integral or complementary family medicine, including plant based medicine and meditation, and homeopathy for 29 years and is the founding medical partner at the Center for Integral Health in Lombard Illinois, near Chicago. He has been a vegetarian for …

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Heart of Mind Radio – 06.10.17

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis talks with John Monroe, a Natural Vision Improvement Educator about the innovative work of Dr. Deborah Banker. Check below for information on upcoming event with John Monroe. In segment two Kathryn tells of her journey in meditation. From the frustrating beginning to encountering a direct connection with the Quantum self. She …

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Solartopia Green Power and Wellness Hour – 05.04.17

HAS THE SOUTH AGAIN RISEN TO DESTROY AMERICAN DEMOCRACY? We talk with filmmakers DON GOLDMACHER and FRANCES CAUSEY, and with election protection activist JOHN BRAKEY about the lethal impact of southern reaction on our nation’s politics. Goldmacher and Causey’s LONG SHADOW about slavery and its death grip on early America makes it clear that the poison has yet to dissipate.  …

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Resistance Radio – Carrie Culp – 03.26.17

Carrie Culp is the founder and director of Painted Dog Research Trust USA. She fell in love with African painted dogs after reading about them in a book she found in her elementary school library. She is a FGASA certified Level 1 Field Guide (Safari Guide), trained in South Africa in Karongwe Game Reserve and enjoys sharing her passion for African wildlife on trips to Africa as well as at home in Seattle, WA. Today we talk about critically endangered African painted dogs.

William Hartung – Tomgram: William Hartung, The Doctrine of Armed Exceptionalism

War, what is it good for?  In America, the answer is that, much of the time, you’ll probably never know what it’s good for — or, in some cases, even notice that we’re at war.  Right now, the U.S. is ever more deeply involved in significant conflicts in Iraq, Syria, Somalia, Libya, and increasingly Yemen — at least five ongoing …

Attica Correctional Facility is shown where inmate Valentino Dixon creates golf art in prison in Attica, N.Y., Thursday, May 16, 2013.   While serving a 39-year-to-life sentence for a murder he says he did not commit, Dixon draws, spending 10 to 12 hours a day illustrating a kind of serenity he has never known. (AP Photo/David Duprey)

Chris Hedges – How Power Works

Heather Ann Thompson’s book “Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy” is a detailed study of the inner workings of America. The blueprint for social control employed before and after the crushing of the Attica revolt is the same blueprint used today to keep tens of millions of poor people, especially poor people of …

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Mental health in the 19th century, when soldiers died of homesickness

Abner R Small, a commissioned officer in the 16th Maine Volunteers, was captured by Confederate forces in August 1864 and spent several months as a prisoner of war. In his diary, Small recorded the effects of imprisonment upon his fellow inmates. “They became homesick and disheartened,” he noted. “They … were dying of nostalgia.” Nostalgia, once regarded as a condition …