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Alternative Visions – Stock Bubbles, Bannon-Trump Rift, and Predictions 2018 – 01.05.18

Download this episode (right click and save) Dr. Rasmus provides his economic and political predictions for the coming year, 2018, including: flattening yield curve and recession 2019, slowdowns in autos, housing, retail, why the Fed won’t raise interest rates 3 more times in 2018why  health care costs are about to surge again, why the Dems won’t take back the Senate …

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Leid Stories—‘Your Mama’: Trump’s Next Diplomatic Tweet to Kim Jong Un?; Psychiatrists Warn of ‘Dangerous’ President—01.03.18

Lots of rumbling about President Trump’s bizarre behavior and excessive vitriol, but not much evidence that he can be compelled to quit embarrassing himself, his office and the country with his vituperative talk and outrageous actions. Case in point: Pushing both the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to the brink of war. Bucking the admonitions of …

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It’s All About Food -Vegan Dogs, Dental Hygiene, Direction & Digestion – 12.28.17

Caryn Hartglass, Vegan Dogs, Dental Hygiene, Direction & Digestion In the last episode of 2017 Caryn discusses the following topics: a Los Angeles Animal Services commission proposal to make shelter dogs vegan; dental hygiene; humans innate directive to be part of and support a larger entity; tips for digestive issues.           Download this episode (right click and …

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Leid Stories—The Budget: The Republicans’ (and Democrats’) Nifty Holiday Gift; U.S. Slammed for Still-Woeful Conditions in Puerto Rico —12.18.17

On Friday evening, a delirious President Donald Trump and a coterie of Republican leaders delivered tidings of great joy (Trump announced it was a “Christmas gift” to the nation): There is, at last, a budget, and all that’s needed now is a final vote in both houses of Congress to put the new budget into effect. That process begins today, and …

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Leid Stories—Is It Still ‘Terrorism,” Or Is It Something Else?; Lots of ‘Calling’ for Impeachment in Congress, But Few Dare Do It—12.12.17

Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant living in Brooklyn, allegedly intended to be a suicide bomber, targeting the heavily trafficked Port Authority bus terminal in New York City. But a pipe bomb he strapped to his body apparently malfunctioned and instead seriously wounded him and injured five others, police said. Ullah’s attempted attack follows that of Oct. 31 by Uzbekistani immigrant Sayfullo Saipov, …

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The Conspiracy Guy – 12.08.17

Conspiracy Guy Show #53:  A report on the events in Charlottesville includes three massive blunders: (1) James Alex Field was not the driver of the Dodge Challenger involved in the crash at 4th and Waters Streets; (2) Heather Heyer did not die in the car crash but died the following day of a heart attack; and (3) two VSP troopers …

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Project Censored – 11.28.17

As President Trump tries to undo the DACA program, Nolan and Nicholas speak with two young adults who were able to stay in the U.S. under DACA, but now face the possibility of deportation. Also on the show, a roundtable discussion about the FCC’s plan to allow even more media-ownership consolidation. the Project Censored Show:   Hosts: Nolan Higdon and …

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Economic Update – Capitalism, Corporations, and Media – 11.26.17

Updates on corrupt Congressional “tax reform,” giant corporations’ abuse of power, GE CEO wastes millions, corporate structure and sexual harassment/abuse, Detroit’s fake “renaissance,” dying US malls, unaffordable rents expose fake economic “recovery,” and pharma giant Astra-Zeneca shows how capitalism endangers health. Interview of author and broadcaster Laura Flanders on mass media changes in today’s capitalism. Download this episode (right click …

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Leid Stories—Penny Pinching and Proud: Ingenious Ways to Save Money Every Day—10.11.17

Housing, transportation, food and clothing—that’s what eats up about 65 percent the average American consumer’s money. The remaining 35 percent? Well, we tend to blow much of it on nonessential stuff—which means we’re not saving for a rainy day. It’s way past time to fix this. Leid Stories discusses the small things we can do to save money.   Download this …