David Crowe speaks with Eric Merola about two conflicts between the medical establishment and non-mainstream therapies. The first is the latest battle in the long-running struggle of Dr. Stanislaw Burzyski in Houston, Texas, to be allowed to use his non-toxic anti-cancer therapies called anti-neoplastons. This time the Texas Medical Board once more tried to shut him down (listen to find …
The syrian crisis
The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks speaks with Our Special Guests is Molly Gill, who is FAMM’s director of federal legislative affairs and Melissa Hamilton, who is a Visiting Criminal Law Scholar at the University of Houston Law Center.
WILL NUCLEAR POWER’S DEATH SPIRAL KILL US ALL?
On today’s program, Vince interviews his friend, activist and writer, Ramon Mejia (the baddest hombre this side of the Mississippi).
In 1936, Dutch geologist Jean Jacques Dozy climbed the world’s highest island peak: the forbidding Mount Carstensz, a snow-covered silver crag on what was then known as Dutch New Guinea. During the 4,800-metre ascent, Dozy noticed an unusual rock outcrop veined with green streaks. Samples he brought back confirmed exceptionally rich gold and copper deposits. Today, these remote, sharp-edged mountains …
Host Dave Lindorff talks with Keegan Stephan, law student, activist and writer working with attorneys and Black Lives Matters activist in a lawsuit to force the NYPD to come clean and disclose the extent of undercover infiltration of the Black Lives Matter movement that the department has been engaged in since its inception. The case developed out of an FOIA request concerning such infiltration of a Black Lives Matter protest last year in Grand Central Station.
Restoring the paranormal and unexplained phenomenon as a legitimate subject of study and the limitations of our postmodern materialist worldview
Host Ellen Kamhi, PhD RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Dr. Andrew Campbell. Dr. Campbell trained at the Orlando Regional Medical Center in Florida and at the Medical College of Georgia before moving to Houston, Texas, where he was the medical director of the Medical Center for Immune and Toxic Disorders for over 20 years. His practice was immunology and toxicology. He has held various leadership positions in hospitals in Houston. Dr. Campbell served both on the faculty and as a member on the admissions committee for the University of Texas Medical School. He founded the St. John Vianney Clinic for the indigent and served as president in a number of medical organizations, both national and international. He is currently the editor-in-chief of two peer reviewed and indexed medical journals. Dr. Campbell has received awards from many organizations, both medical and consumer, national and international. He is fluent in English, French, Spanish, and Hungarian. He has been featured on 20/20, the Montel Williams Show, 24 Hour Investigative News, NBC, ABC and CBS affiliates throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. Dr. Campbell has published over 80 peer-reviewed journal articles and medical textbook chapters. He presents for INNOVISION PROFESSIONAL MEDIA- conferences for Integrative Medical Professionals. http://www.innovisionhm.com/index.html, including INFLAMMATION, Cooling the Heat http://innovisionhm.com/Inflammation/
The CRISIS AT PACIFICA is at the breaking point. The network of five crucial radio stations in New York, DC, Houston, Los Angeles and Berkeley is on the brink of bankruptcy. Always full of faction, the stations are now close to collapse.
We are joined by STEVE BROWN, JAN GOODMAN, MYLA RESON and GARY NULL to discuss the depth of the stations’ problems and if, how and why the network can be saved.