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Connect The Dots – How Toxins Impact Health – 02.21.18

How Toxins Impact Health: Listen to Dr. Joseph Pizzorno, co-founder of Bastyr University and author of The Toxin Solution and Dr. Walter Crinnion, author of Clean, Green, and Lean discuss the health impacts of toxins in food, consumer products, and industry and how they affect health— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. Show is live at: http://prn.fm and can be heard later in the Connect the Dots archives on the …

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To Hell with Neoliberal Environmentalism

I was poised to write a piece on the linkage between present-day veneration of duplicitous political elites and the crisis of national identity when I found the following op-ed in the Guardian: How to make a profit from defeating climate change It is subtitled “Given the right information, investors will deliver the best climate solutions” and co-written by Michael Bloomberg …

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Alex Thompson – Washington’s governing elites think we’re all morons, a new study says

Voters are angry at the political establishment and the political establishment doesn’t much care for the voters either. In fact, they think voters are pretty damn stupid. That’s the conclusion of a new survey of America’s unelected governing elites by political scientists at Johns Hopkins University. While media outlets endlessly poll and probe the American people to understand why they …

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Jack Rasmus – Hillary’s Ghosts

On the eve of the first presidential debate, concern is growing among Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton supporters that her previous lead in the polls is narrowing and Republican rival Donald Trump is nearly "neck and neck" in voter support in key "swing states." In what are two of the three ‘bellweather’ states—Ohio and Florida (the other is Pennsylvania)—Trump appears ahead going …

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Jeff Bryant – How Much Do We Hate Our Children?

When President Barack Obama recently made an impassioned plea to do something about the proliferation of gun violence in America, he drew upon the images of elementary school children gunned down in Newtown, Connecticut to engage our emotions. “First graders,” he exclaimed, with tears coursing down his cheeks. His reference to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting seemed like a …

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Barbara Loe Fisher – The Emerging Risks of Live Virus and Virus Vectored Vaccines

This is the first in a multi-part series of articles that will be published in The Vaccine Reaction containing updated information from a special report on vaccine strain virus infection, shedding and transmission originally published by NVIC in November 2014. Part I—Can People Receiving Live Virus Vaccines Transmit Vaccine Strain Virus to Others? Public health officials say that unvaccinated children …

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Progressive Commentary Hour – 01.19.16

Michael Ellner is an internationally respected scholar in mind-body medicine, an expert in hypnosis, and a leader in warning people about the destructive consequences of unrecognized suggestion and self-hypnosis, especially when confronting medical choices. He is the president of HEAL – the Health Education AIDS Liaison in New York City, the world’s oldest and largest all volunteer Alternative AIDS Information network started in 1982. HEAL was the first AIDS organization to challenge the automatic death sentence embedded in a positive AIDS diagnosis and was a pioneer in offering alternative challenges to the official AIDS establishment. Michael has received honors as Educator of the Year by the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, the National Guild of Hypnotists and the National Federation of NLP. More about Michael and his work can be found at his websites: NYCAnxietyHypnosis.com and QuantumFocusing.com

Tom DiFerdinando is a pain, injury and trauma therapist with nearly thirty years of experience. He was the Executive Director of HEAL NY (Health, Education, AIDS Liaison) from 1992 to 2013, working as an international speaker, HIV counselor, writer and editor, and director of HEAL’s popular weekly cable TV program HEAL This Week. Tom has been a leader in the AIDS dissident movement that perceives AIDS is a social problem and not a medical problem. He has also developed a counseling technique that centers on “crisis mentality” – an anxiety-regulating mechanism where, in the face of a crisis, preexisting and unresolved emotional tensions and conflicts in one’s life drive one not to solve the crisis but to perpetuate and escalate it. Along with HEAL’s president Michael Ellner, Tom’s mission has been to demystify health and illness, advocate for non-toxic, alternative approaches to health and healing, and help people with fears, concerns and conditions about AIDS.

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Michael Krieger – A Majority of Americans Oppose “Assault Weapons Ban” – Highest Number on Record

The person who bothers me the most on this entire topic is Mayor Michael Bloomberg, of my hometown NYC.  You can tell when someone is disingenuous if they freak out over gun violence like it is the biggest issue in America today and at the same time protect the banksters and their “too big to fail” culture, which has and …

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Peter van Buren – Guns and Deaths: We Really Don’t Care, Do We?

More than one a day. That is how often mass shootings (four or more people wounded or dead) occurred in the United States this year. Including the worst shooting of the year (so far), which unfolded only yesterday in San Bernardino, a total of 462 people have died and 1,314 have been wounded in such attacks these past eleven months. …

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Energy Stew – Andrew Faas & bullying in the workplace – 10.02.15

Bullying in the workplace can be a disaster for companies. It’s kind of a survival of the fittest without realizing the damage that that type of competition can create. Andrew Faas has written “The Bully’s Trap” to show how difficult this problem is and what steps need to be taken for change.

Michael Bloomberg fought against bullying laws and argued that it would drive business away from New York. Many CEOs agree with him.

Listen to this important show to learn what can be done to improve the workplace and save many people from having their working lives and reputations ruined by abuse.