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The Gary Null Show – 10.09.17

Today is October 9th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment and all things political around the world. On this episode Gary sets a large part of the show to talk about the real story behind Christopher Columbus.   Download this episode (right click and save)

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LOA Today – 08.10.17

Well, we’ve done it. We’re on the last chapter of The Secret, by Rhonda Byrne. This last chapter is called, “The Secret To Life,” and it’s well-summarized by a quote from Neale Donald Walsch, “There is no blackboard in the sky on which God has written your purpose, your mission in life. There’s no blackboard in the sky that says, …

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Project Censored – 05.02.17

The program begins with a discussion of how TV depicts female inmates; is “Orange Is The New Black” a step forward in public understanding? Next, what’s happened to media coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement since Donald Trump took office?  Finally on the program, three Project Censored student researchers at San Francisco State University describe their projects, as well …

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JOHN W. WHITEHEAD – 2016: The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year

What a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year this has been. Endless wars. Toxic politics. Violence. Hunger. Police shootings. Mass shootings. Economic downturns. Political circuses. Senseless tragedies. Loss. Heartache. Intolerance. Prejudice. Hatred. Apathy. Meanness. Cruelty. Poverty. Inhumanity. Greed. Here’s just a small sampling of what we’ve suffered through in 2016. After three years of increasingly toxic politics, the ruling …

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Joanna Walters – Self-defense in Trumpland: how women protect themselves in a climate of hate

“Immigrant!” the customer shouted at the cashier. “Trump!” she shrieked. Antonia Carew-Watts froze in line at the drugstore in Manhattan as the woman in front of her shouted a stream of abuse at the young female Rite Aid employee. Not all the conversation was audible, but Carew-Watts could hear that the cashier had an accent and the customer threatened to …

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Alexandra Rosenmann – WTF, America: Of the World’s Most Sustainable Cities, Not One U.S. City Cracked the Top 20

If you thought this week already made America look bad… 1. America is first… in garbage. A very wealthy but environmentally reckless country needs your help ratifying a Climate Agreement. Will you travel thousands of miles to do it? That’s just what over two dozen world leaders [3] did this Wednesday in New York. The United States is the world’s second-largest greenhouse polluter [4], and …

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PEPE ESCOBAR – Les Deplorables

Perplexed global public opinion holds its breath at the (circus) best American “democracy” is able to conjure. The first cage match this coming Monday between a Queen of War profiting from a mighty (Clinton) Cash Machine and a billionaire uber-narcissist adored by a “basket of deplorables”. This is a circus quite fitting for a self-described “indispensable nation” where “evil” has been propelled – seriously – to the …

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Ray McGovern – How an Iran War Was Averted

On a recent TV appearance, I was asked about whistleblowing, but the experience brought back to mind a crystal-clear example of how, before the Iraq War, CIA careerists were assigned “two bosses” – CIA Director George Tenet and John Bolton, the Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security, the arch-neocon who had been thrust on an obedient Secretary …

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Remembering Bernando LaPallo, Supercentenarian Who Passed At Age 114

Bernando LaPallo was a well-known supercentenarian who turned 114 last Fall. He lived by the creed, you are what you eat. He was a passionate testament of his healthy lifestyle and outlived his doctors and critics. He eschewed french fries and red meat for five daily, life-giving foods – some of which included cinnamon, garlic and chocolate. He drew sustenance from high amounts of veggies, fruits and fish for most …