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Leid Stories—How Much Longer the Democrats-vs-Republicans Equation? (Part 2)—03.15.17

We continue tracking developments in major news stories we’ve been discussing, and we return to our open-forum question on whether a burgeoning opposition movement that emerged during the 2016 presidential election and sparked hope of independent politics has succumbed to the old Democrats-vs-Republicans political paradigm.

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The Gary Null Show – 03.15.17

On the Ides of March, Gary Null has a show for you that YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS! Gary opens up the show with the latest in health and healing covering all different topics such as depression Chinese herbs and much more. In the second half of the program Mr Null talks about the Nations dislike for Donald Trump, the protests that have taken place over it and what exactly it means. To wrap up the program Gary plays an audio clip on The Left is No Longer Liberal.

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Trends This Week – Run to your safe spaces – 03.15.17

The election of President Donald Trump has left fear in the minds of many, causing millennials to flock to their “safe spaces” as universities blame the President for their rising suicide rates. Meanwhile, propaganda against Russia continues to grow and war in the Middle East continues to escalate.

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Leid Stories—How Much Longer, the old Democrats-Republicans Equation?—03.13.17

Election 2016 offered proof that millions of voters had had it with a tone-deaf two-party system that seemed woefully out of step with their America. They served notice in many ways—switching parties, not voting, supporting independent candidates and movements instead—and created momentum for new political possibilities and choices.
But as the dust settled after the election, it seems things have returned to their “original” state, with politics largely a matter concerning Democrats and Republicans.

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The Gary Null Show – 03.13.17

Monday March 13th Gary Null has an impact show for you. Gary starts off the program with the latest in health and healing covering the topics of how the brain functions after a death of a loved one, how to cope with depression in the best way possible and the health risks of Round Up. In the second half of the program Gary has an important offer for you his listeners. To wrap up the program Gary has some commentaries by Chris Hedges to talk about. These topics are the unemployment rate in American, the infrastructure Americans have and bankruptcy

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The Torch – 03.12.17

Sunsara  Taylor She is an organizer with Refuse Fascism, which described its objective as “Stop Trump/Pence Fascism”.  As a representative of the group, she spoke at the 2017 Women’s March on Washington, protested outside Trump Tower and tweeted video of protesters burning the United States flag,[12] and later drew media attention after comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler during an …

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Expat Files – 03.12.17

#1- Ten critical things Expats need to know before they consider hiring a Latin building contractor or construction work crew #2- Things you should expect to experience when living in a gated/guarded community #3-Security cameras for Expats. Should you have them? Are they necessary? #4- The use and abuse of DRONES in Latin America. Yes, all the latest and greatest …

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Alternative Visions – Deconstructing the Republican House/Paul Ryan Obamacare Repeal Bill – 03.10.17

Jack Rasmus dissects the Republican/Ryan proposal of this past week to repeal and replace the Obamacare Act. The proposal is first and foremost a $500 billion a year tax cut for corporations and the wealthiest 1%, as they no longer have to contribute anything to the plan. Other provisions of the proposals are described, including the freeze and dismantling of the Medicaid elements, the end of all mandates, the sliding scale of in come for credits, etc. This is a tax cut bill and a further privatization bill, and should be viewed as the first of a sequence of medical related bills that will make everyone ‘pay more for less’. Next target: Medicare. Rasmus reviews the plusses and minuses of the Obama ACA, and why it was doomed from the start due to inability to control health cost increases. The show concludes with an analysis of the origins of escalating health costs since the 1990s, which have their roots in health insurance companies’ and drug companies’ drive to buy out competitors and Wall St.’s penetration of these companies to require more profitability in exchange for loans to buy up their competitors. The trend for a quarter century has been increasing privatization and rationing of health care costs and services. And it’s about to become worse. (Next week: The Federal Reserve’s next interest rate hike next week and its impact)