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The Gary Null Show – 02.28.17

Tuesday Feburary 28th and The Gary Null Show has an impactful show for you! The show opens up with Gary talking about the latest in health and healing covering topics of the benefits apples and walnuts have how frequent sex havers are more likely to be happier than most. In the second half of the show Gary Null plays an import audio clip on Why the poorest county in West Virginia has faith in TrumpDonald Trump was more popular in McDowell County than anywhere else in America during the Republican primaries. Now that he’s the nominee, what’s the power of his message in the poorest county of West Virginia?

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David Swanson – Bernie Sanders Gets a Foreign Policy

After 25,000 people asked, Senator Bernie Sanders added a few words to his presidential campaign website about the 96% of humanity he’d been ignoring. He did not, as his spoken comments heretofore might have suggested, make this statement entirely or at all about fraud and waste in the military. He did not even mention Saudi Arabia, much less declare that it should “take the …

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David Swanson – Bernie Sanders Insists Saudi Arabia Should Kill More People

Senator Bernie Sanders taped a PBS show at the University of Virginia on Monday. I had corresponded with the host Doug Blackmon beforehand, and offered him ideas for questions on military spending and war, questions like these: 1. People want to tax the rich and cut military spending, which is 54% of federal discretionary spending according to National Priorities Project, …

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The Pentagon Doesn’t Know What It Spent 8.5 Trillion Dollars On

When government is completely dysfunctional and seems not to serve the people’s interests, we have to wonder where our tax dollars are going. Thanks to a Reuters investigation by Scot Paltrow, we have an answer—or, rather, a non-answer. Apparently, the Pentagon has made use of $8.5 trillion of our tax money handed over by Congress since 1996—but don’t ask what was done with …

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War budget might be permanent ‘slush fund’

The practice of slipping unrelated or pet projects into spending bills for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan — from new helicopters to fighter aircraft — has long been derided as deceptive and financially irresponsible. But now lawmakers have taken the budget gimmickry to a whole new level — no longer even pretending that billions of dollars in additional war …