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Progressive Commentary Hour – 10.24.17

The localization movement to shift global and corporate power back to people and communities Charles Eisenstein is an independent scholar, speaker and author writing on themes about human culture and identity, economics, the evolution of human cultures, and the spiritual challenges of coping with a society and world in chaos.  In the past he has taught at Goddard College, Penn …

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The Gary Null Show – 06.06.17

CONVERSATIONS WITH REMARKABLE Invaluable historical lessons about authoritarianism and tyranny in the age of Trump Prof. Timothy Snyder is the Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the institute for Human Sciences in Vienna Austria.  Prof Snyder specializes Eastern European History, particularly the USSR and  He received degrees from Brown University and his doctorate from …

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Economic Update – What France’s Election Means – 05.21.17

Updates on Yale grad students hunger strike for a union, US raising interest rates on student loans, 2 new Senate bills on worker ownership of enterprises, and some economic dimensions of Mother’s Day. Interview with French political activist, Antonin Plarier, on meaning of French presidential election. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Energy Stew – Medical Intuition call-in show – 05.12.17

Medical Intuition call-in show Medical Intuition is about restoring health. There are many reasons our bodies misbehave and it’s a good idea to eliminate as many as possible. Feel free to call in to this show where we can intuitively look at your energies and help you know how to fix your problems. Maybe we can find some answers you’ve …

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Nadia Prupis – Trump, Who “Can’t Be Bought,” Rewards Big Donors With Cabinet Roles

Dozens of President-elect Donald Trump‘s biggest donors are now being considered for administration positions, and the amount of financial supporters who ended up in his cabinet is “unparalleled in modern presidential history,” Politico reported on Tuesday. Of the 200 people that Trump has met with since the election, almost a third—73 people—are donors, Politico‘s Isaac Arnsdorf wrote. They contributed a …

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Bob Burnett – Trump and Hitler

It’s impossible to read Volker Ulrich’s remarkable biography, “Hitler, Ascent: 1889-1939,” without being struck by the parallels between Adolph Hitler and Donald Trump. 1.They were both charismatic political leaders. Watching grainy newsreel footage of Hitler speaking, it’s difficult to imagine what a hypnotic spell he cast on his pre-war German audiences. Just as it’s difficult to understand the impact of …

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The Gary Null Show – 11.09.16

Today On The Gary Null Show we have a special post election program. First off Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing covering topics like endurance excerise, Gary spends most of this program going over last night election, goverment reform, Bernie vs Clinton and how this will effect foreign conflicts.

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SCOTT LEMIEUX – Public Option Would Fix Health Insurance Marketplace

Last week’s announcement by Aetna that it would stop selling health insurance in 11 of the 15 states where it offers coverage through public exchanges is not a death blow to the Affordable Care Act, but it’s certainly not good news for President Obama’s signature health-care law. Aetna maintained it was losing hundreds of millions of dollars on the health law’s marketplaces, and …

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James W Carden – A Clinton Family Value: ‘Humanitarian’ War

The current debate over the future of U.S. foreign policy is largely over whether the U.S. should continue its self-anointed role as the policeman of the world, or whether it might be wise for the next administration to put, in the words of Donald J. Trump, “America First.” On the other hand, Hillary Clinton has repeatedly called for a more …