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The Natural Nurse And Dr. Z – Integrating Subtle Energy in Medicine – 02.13.18

Ellen Kamhi PHD RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews  Linda Lancaster, ND PhD. Dr. Linda is the Founder & President of GFIM(Global Foundation for Integrative Medicines), Founder of the Light Harmonics Institute, and  Chairperson of Medicina Alternativa, North America. Dr Linda is an integrative health practitioner, specializing in Energy Medicine, Homeopathy, Naturopathy and Radionics, internationally recognized in scientific communities, as a catalyst for the integration …

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It’s All About Food – Paul Shapiro, Clean Meat – 01.16.18

Featured guest: Paul Shapiro, Clean Meat Paul Shapiro is the author of Clean Meat: How Growing Meat Without Animals Will Revolutionize Dinner and the World(published by Simon & Schuster’s Gallery Books). A TEDx speaker and the founder of Compassion Over Killing, for 13 years Shapiro also served as a spokesperson and vice president for The Humane Society of the United States. Shapiro is a …

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Meditations and Molotovs – 03.06.17

March 6th – 2017: On today’s program, Vince finishes his three part conversation with Sergio Alexander Kochergin as they reflect on their time with Iraq Veterans Against the War, Veterans for Peace, and the broader peace and justice movement. They also discuss Sergio’s time in India, studying in the EU and reflections on activism and political organizing.

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Deirdre Fulton – Oxfam Names World’s Worst Tax Havens Fueling ‘Global Race to Bottom’

Corporate tax havens around the world are starving countries of billions of dollars needed to tackle poverty and inequality, according to a new report from Oxfam that identifies the 15 nations and territories leading this “global race to the bottom.” In order of significance, those 15 worst tax havens are: Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Singapore, Ireland, Luxembourg, Curaçao, …

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James Moore – Brexit ‘spinning out of control’, top bosses warn

Business leaders have urged the Government to take immediate action amid fears that Brexit was in danger of “spinning out of control”, paralysing British industry and dealing a devastating blow to the economy. They also demanded ministers protect “thousands of valued European employees” fearing for their futures in a Britain outside Europe. The alarm was raised as the Government’s strategy …

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Amelia Gentleman – ‘He was very scared’: the death of a teenage stowaway

The death of Raheemullah Oryakhel, a 14-year-boy from Afghanistan, was marked last month with just a couple of paragraphs in the French press, under the headline “One migrant dead on the port ring road”. There was nothing much to excite further interest; the boy was the 12th refugee to die inCalais this year. The news item added that Raheemullah’s body …

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CHRIS WELZENBACH – The Dreadful Chronology of Gaddafi’s Murder

Jean-Paul Pougala’s April 14, 2011 piece in Pambazuka News titled “The Lies Behind the West’s War on Libya” describes how Africa first developed its own transcontinental communications system by purchasing a telecommunications satellite on December 26, 2007: the African Development Bank ponied up $50 million toward the nearly $400 million cost of the orbiter and the West African Development Bank added $27 …

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Simon Jenkins – Our leaders are hooked on the narcotic of glory. That’s why we rush to war

Going to war is too easy, far too easy. That is the one clear message from the Commons report on David Cameron’s 2011 war on Libya. It presents that venture as an ill-conceived vanity project, to dust the ingenu prime minister with some “Arab spring” glory. In reality it brought untold misery to a country to which Cameron promised peace and democracy. …