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The Gary Null Show – 10.31.16

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the program with a new study on the heart, the best ways to mange stress in your life. Gary also gives a power commentary from Chris Hedges. Before going to his guest Gary plays some audio clips from Jill Stein, and Clinton’s rigging. In the second half of the program Gary talks with David Cobb on Why more attention and support should be given to the Green Party and its platform for radical social and economic change. David Cobb is an American activist and attorney who is Campaign Manager for Dr. Jill Stein’s presidential run with the Green Party. During the 2004 election cycle, David was the Green Party’s presidential candidate. He is the co-founder of Move to Amend, a political organization seeking to curtail corporate power and end corporate personhood via a Constitutional amendment. David received his law degree from the University of Houston Law School and is currently a Board member of the Green Institute and the Sierra Club’s national corporate accountability committee. In the 1980s he campaigned for Jesse Jackson and Jerry Brown, but became disenchanted with the Democratic Party and left the party. In 2000, he had organized Ralph Nader’s Texas campaign and eventually became the Green Party’s national General Counsel. Listeners can get more info on Jill Stein and the Green Party platform at Jill2016.com and GP.org

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Les Leopold – Is Hillary Clinton Running Away From Political Reality?

Team Hillary should be extremely worried. It’s not just that she has suffered landslide losses in the past five caucus states. It’s that she’s overwhelmingly lost the youth vote of all colors, everywhere, and she’ll never get it back. As this new Wisconsin poll shows: Sanders leads Clinton 49% to 43%. Sanders leads among all African-Americans 51% to 40%. Sanders leads …

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Alanis Morissette, – Feminism Needs a Revolution

ften when I’m being interviewed about my career and music, I’m asked whether I am a feminist. What the interviewer means depends on who’s doing the asking and what their take on the feminist movement is. Sometimes it’s rhetorical. Other times, a thinly veiled indictment. My answer is always yes. I have never been apologetic about this, but rather deeply …

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Michael Brenner – How the Democratic Party Got Lost

The Clinton juggernaut is losing traction. Powered by the full weight of the Democratic Establishment, it was designed to smoothly carry its idol across America and into the White House. It still may get there. But now it must traverse a far more treacherous and uncertain route than Hillary Clinton and her entourage ever imagined. The course is lined with …

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This Can’t Be Happening – 02.10.16

The morning after Bernie Sanders stunning trouncing of Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire Democratic primary, long-time political activist Alfredo Lopez, a member of the ThisCantBeHappening.net news collective, talks with “This Can’t Be Happening” host Dave Lindorff about the Sanders phenomenon, and how the left needs to respond to it.

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Sarah Lazare – Dear Hillary, Madeleine and Gloria: Full Feminism Demands We Say No to America’s Deadly Imperial Wars

Two powerful backers of Hillary Clinton attracted headlines—and outrage—this weekend when they uttered sweeping statements under the banner of “feminism,” calling on young women to back the former Secretary of State’s presidential bid. Madeleine Albright, the first woman to serve as U.S. Secretary of Sate, introduced Clinton in New Hampshire on Saturday by declaring, “There’s a special place in hell …

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Rebuke Swift After Albright Declares: ‘Special Place in Hell’ for Women Who Don’t Vote Clinton

Maybe it wasn’t such a great idea for Hillary Clinton to invite Madeleine Albright to campaign for her in New Hampshire. During a campaign event in Concord on Saturday, the former Secretary of State declared: “Young women have to support Hillary Clinton. The story is not over!” “They’re going to want to push us back,” she continued. “It’s not done and …

We Need Lots More Women in Media, New Study Finds By Kali Holloway

The Women’s Media Center issued its annual study on The Status of Women in U.S. Media [3], which examines how women are represented across multiple media platforms, including “news, literature, broadcast, film, television, radio, online, tech, gaming and social media.” Titled “Divided 2015: The Media Gender Gap,” the investigation found that women, who make up more than half of the country’s population, …