Luanne Pennesi, was our guest on this show. She is the coordinator of the Gary Null health retreats, health counselor and all around speaker on alternative health and lifestyle. The show started with Luanne speaking about how effective and complete the retreats are on various issues on alternative health and lifestyle. Luanne discussed the importance of staying on top of …
To open the show, Mickey welcomes back artist/writer/activist Eleanor Goldfield. They address a range of issues being ignored or slighted in corporate media. In the second half, investigative journalist Kevin Gosztola is the guest; he explains the goals of his current project, www.shadowproof.com. Download this episode (right click and save) Notes: Eleanor Goldfield is creator of the web site www.artkillingapathy.com, …
Beatty discussed the challenges of finding and maintaining lasting, passionate love with her guest, psychologist and best selling author Dr. Diana Kirschner. Her Dating Tips and Relationship Advice newsletter is available for free weekly at her website www.lovein90days.com. Her new book, Find Your Soulmate Online in 6 Simple Steps is a must read for everyone trying to navigate online dating.
Globalization has given giant private interests virtually free reign to influence policies and institutions that undermine local interests. This dominant economic paradigm in which private interests trump public interest is being pushed back by emerging forces ranging from new financial technologies, social media and changing populist narratives about the importance of effective public governance. Ellen speaks with renown global economist, author and futurist Hazel Henderson about these changes, Walt talks with David Morris of the Institute for Local Self Reliance about those changing narratives and Matt Stannard discusses threads of endemic racism that manifest in private bank practices. And we check in with one of our colleagues about why they will be demonstrating at the Philadelphia Democratic Convention about the role of money in our democracy.
Tristram Stuart is an international award-winning author, speaker, campaigner, and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food production. His books, The Bloodless Revolution (2006) and Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal (2009), have been described as “a genuinely revelatory contribution to this history of human ideas” (Daily Telegraph) and his TED talk has been watched over a million times.The environmental campaigning organization he founded, Feedback (www.feedbackglobal.org), has spread its work into dozens of countries worldwide, working with governments, international institutions, businesses, non-governmental organizations, grassroots organizations and the public to change society’s attitude toward wasting food. Its campaigns and events include Feeding the 5000, a free public feast using food that would otherwise be wasted; the Pig Idea, which seeks to change laws that restrict food waste being used to feed pigs; and, the Gleaning Network of volunteers that harvest surplus produce that would be left to rot and redistributes to UK charities. Tristram was the winner of the international environmental award, The Sophie Prize, in 2011. He is an Ashoka Fellow, a National Geographic Emerging Explorer, a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and, most recently, a Champion 12.3 for the UN Sustainable Development Goal of halving food waste and reducing food loss globally by 2030.
In 2016, Tristram launched Toast Ale, a beer made with surplus bread that would otherwise be wasted. All profits go to the charity Feedback.
Ellen Kamhi PhD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews herbalist, Heather Houskeeper . Heather Houskeeper is a Certified Herbalist, Long-Distance Hiker and author. Her second book in the Botanical Hiker Series: A Guide to the Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Finger LakesÂ Trail System, is our show topic . She has thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail, North Carolina’s Mountains to Sea Trail twice, and was the first person documented to hike New York’s 1000 mile Finger Lakes Trail System in one continuous trek. When not woods rambling or pulling back the petals on a botanical find, she educates and guides others into the natural world through plant walks and workshops. Learn more about Heather at www.TheBotanicalHiker.blogspot.com
Within minutes of FBI Director James Comey’s announcement yesterday that the agency’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s email/private server/classified information debacle found no evidence of criminal conduct, the presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee was back on campaign schedule, keynoting a National Education Association event in Washington, D.C., touting her pro-education policies and tearing into Donald Trump’s education agenda.
Trump University, the real estate mogul’s unaccredited, lawsuit-plagued for-profit education company that went belly up in 2010 after five years, came in for blistering attack by Clinton as a harbinger of what a Trump presidency would mean for education: the ultraprivatization of education, the end of “education as we know it.”
Clinton and her husband Bill have traveled this path and have made millions of dollars from it, says our guest, journalist and author Dady Chery, who has chronicled the Clintons’ sordid history of plunder in Haiti. She adds yet another chapter to the Leid Stories series on the Clinton Foundation and its interconnected global subsidiaries that Charles Ortel, the whistleblower who brought down GE in 2007-2008 over the overvaluation of its stock, maintains are engaged in “massive fraud.”
Chery explains the Clintons’ role in one of the biggest scams in higher education—a Wall Street-backed company called Laureate Education.
Host Ellen Kamhi PhD RN www.naturalnurse.com , interviews Holistic Pharmacist Sherry Torkos. Sherry Torkos, B.Sc.Phm., R.Ph., is a pharmacist, author, certified fitness instructor and health enthusiast who enjoys sharing her passion with others. She graduated with honors from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science in 1992. Since that time she has been practicing holistic pharmacy in the Niagara region of Ontario. Her philosophy of practice is to integrate conventional and complementary therapies to optimize health and prevent disease. Torkos has won several national pharmacy awards for providing excellence in patient care. As a leading health expert, she has delivered hundreds of lectures to medical professionals and the public. Torkos is frequently interviewed on news shows throughout North America and abroad. She has authored 18 books and booklets, including, “Saving Women’s Hearts,” “The Canadian Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine” and “The Glycemic Index Made Simple.” Sherry Torkos uses her expertise in pharmacology and nutrition to educate people on complementary therapies to optimize health and prevent disease.
Contact: www.sherrytorkos.com and follow her at @Sherry_Torkos.
On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio host Kathryn Davis speaks to the internationally acclaimed author and Lecturer Marianne Williamson about her newest book Tears To Triumph, The Spiritual Journey from Suffering to Enlightenment.
We cover subjects such as what it means to understand that suffering is part of our experience and how we can survive it and transcend it. What is the response to suffering at the heart of all great religious teachings. We also consider how our suffering has become a profit center for the pharmaceutical industry and learn how to move forward without dependency on mood altering drugs.
Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed author and lecturer. Six of her ten published books have been New York Times bestsellers. Her books include: A return to Love, A Year of Miracles, The Law of Divine Compensation, The Age of Miracles, A Course in Weight Loss, Everyday Grace, A Women’s Worth, Illuminata, and The Gift of Change.
Williamson also founded Project Angel Food, a meals-on wheels program that serves over 1000 homebound people in the Los Angeles area daily, and co-founded the Global renaissance Alliance (GRA), a worldwide network of peace activists. Marianne has been a popular guest on television programs such as Oprah, Good Morning America and Charlie Rose.
Wenonah Hauter is an activist, author and progressive policy advocate. She is the founder and executive director of Food & Water Watch, an organization that, under her leadership, has fundamentally transformed the national debate about hydraulic fracturing (fracking), energy and the environment.
Wenonah has three decades of experience campaigning and writing on food, water, energy and environmental issues. She has played leading roles in successful campaigns to ban fracking in New York, label genetically modified foods, protect public water systems from privatization and promote renewable energy. She has trained and mentored hundreds of organizers and activists across the country and worked at the national, state and local levels to develop policy positions and legislative and field strategies to secure real wins for communities and the environment.