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Connect The Dots – Unfractured – 11.08.17

Unfractured: Listen to Sandra Steingraber, biologist, award-winning author of Raising Elijah, and activist leader of New Yorkers Against Fracking, speaking on the human side of activism as revealed in the new film, Unfractured, which portrays her work to achieve the 2014 New York State fracking ban—with Chanda Chavannes, the film’s director— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. Download this episode …

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Ask Beatty – 10.23.17

BEATTY talked about the 3 things that we must DO if we hope to have a successful and healthy relationship.There are no shortcuts.  She also spoke about the signs and behaviors that indicate if you are in an abusive relationship.   She stressed the importance of reaching  out for help.  No need to try and solve your problems on your own. …

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Leid Stories—During UN Summit, Trump Hosts ‘Working Lunch’ for African Leaders and Makes A Sales Pitch—09.21.17

Donald Trump, basking in the glory of his speech of reprimands to UN member-nations and threats of war against U.S. enemies the previous day, held a “working luncheon” at the Palace Hotel yesterday with a handful of African leaders, several of whom he met for the first time. Essentially, it was a crass, one-sided sales pitch to open up African …

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The Conspiracy Guy – 09.13.17

Conspiracy Guy #42: Donald Trump was the first personality to observe that Boeings could not have entered the Twin Towers and that jet fuel fires could not have brought them down. In spite of the best efforts of the disinformation community, represented by SKEPTIC magazine, in this instance, we know that all four of the crash sites were faked. Two …

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iEat Green – Guest: Laura Shapiro – 08.31.17

Laura has written on every food topic from champagne to Jell-O for The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Slate, Gourmet, and many other publications. She is the author of three classic books of culinary history. Her awards include a James Beard Journalism Award and one from the National Women’s Political Caucus. She has been a fellow at the Dorothy and Lewis B. …

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iEat Green – Guest Mary Jo Dudley Director, Cornell Farmworkers Program – 05.11.17

Mary Jo Dudley is the Director of the Cornell Farmworker Program (a program within the Community and Regional Development Institute at Cornell’s’ College of Agriculture and Life Science). The Cornell Farmworker Program is dedicated to improving the living and working conditions of farmworkers and their families. They also seek recognition for farmworker’s contributions to society and their acceptance and full …

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The Torch – 04.16.17

Khaled Sayed is an award-winning documentary director, who worked as a lawyer in Egypt before he moved to the United States, where he studied Multimedia production at San Francisco State University. Khaled Sayed Filmmaker Egypt: The Story Behind the Revolution Filmed primarily in Egypt in March of 2011, soon after the January revolution, this film introduces you to Egyptians who lived …

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Solartopia Green Power and Wellness Hour – 02.02.17

KEVIN KAMPS of Beyond Nuclear and TIM JUDSON of the Nuclear Information & Resource Service chime in on the collapse of Westinghouse, the overages in nuclear construction around the world, the appointment of an non-regulatory new chair for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the procession of state bailouts, and much more.

As we approach a green-powered Earth, we pray no more of these obsolete, obscene nukes will explode, and that the transition to renewables will proceed as fast as possible.

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Carey Wedler – McDonald’s U.S. Operations In Trouble Despite Endless Marketing Schemes

Despite McDonald’s extensive efforts to improve U.S. sales over the last several years, its most promising endeavor is coming up short — and as a result, so are the company’s domestic profits. Reuters reports that according to McDonald’s fourth quarter report, released Monday, “Sales at established U.S. restaurants fell for the first time in six quarters as the novelty of …