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The Gary Null Show – 03.15.16

Prof. Joseph Hickman is an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University School of Law and a senior research fellow at its Center for Policy and Research. Joe is also a former Marine and army sergeant who has worked on a variety of sensitive operations worldwide, including security at Guantanamo prison in Cuba. His revelations about the abuse of prisoners at the facility resulted in his award winning story in Harper’s magazine and his book “Murder at Camp Delta.” Prof. Hickman’s most recent book “The Burn Pits: The Poisoning of America’s Soldiers” investigates the Department of Defense’s and its private contractors’ negligence and subsequent denial about the human health and environmental dangers of “burn pits” in Afghanistan and Iraq, which exposed tens of 1000s of soldiers to life threatening toxins. The book has been banned by the Defense Department, and Joe is donating his royalties to the non-profit advocacy organization, BurnPit360.org, that is fighting on behalf of 1000s of soldiers suffering from a wide range of diseases, including autoimmune disorders, untreatable respiratory illnesses, and a variety of cancers due to burn pit exposure.

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Let’s Create A Better World – 11.07.15

On “Let’s Create a Better World” show today, host Bobby Elias and co-host Stefan Rudolph speak with Dr. Niki Elliott, Ph.D. Dr. Elliot is a professional educator, speaker and pioneer in the field of energetic healing and intuition development. Her transformational appearances empower audiences to take radical action to embrace their innate intuitive power and potential. Dr. Niki is the author of The Intuitive Mother: A 21-Day Spiritual Journey That Will Change Your Family Forever. Our topics include energy awareness, pain management, stress relief, detoxifying the physical body and how we should look at the energetic level of mood, proper energy awareness and best ways to deal with stress in a productive manner. Also included are the changes and shifts we are going through as a society and how Dr. Elliot’s practices and strategies can help us in dealing with and overcoming obstacles in life.