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Resistance Radio – Guest: John Ruskey – 10.29.17

John Ruskey is worker bee in the colony of his queen, the Lower Mississippi River.  He carves canoes, paints, and guides others into the wildest place remaining in the center of North America, the verdant floodplain of the big river, which reaches fullness in her last thousand miles of free-flowing joy to the Gulf of Mexico.  He is author of …

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Leid Stories—Trump Finally Makes It to the ‘Other’ Americans Las Vegas Massacre: Much More Than A ‘Crime’—10.03.17

Thirteen days after Hurricane Maria roared through the Caribbean ripping two U.S. territories to shreds, President Donald Trump today finally meets in person with Gov. Ricardo Roselló of Puerto Rico and Gov. Kenneth Mapp of the U.S. Virgin Islands to discuss recovery efforts. Carmen Yulin Cruz, mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico’s capital city and one of Trump’s fiercest critics …

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Leid Stories—Trump Shows No Interest, Leadership in Puerto Rico’s Humanitarian Disaster—09.26.17

Taking only a few moments away from his catalog of NFL tweets, President Donald Trump finally got around to responding to the massive humanitarian crisis unfolding in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria shredded the island Sept. 20. In an 8:45 p.m. tweet last night, Trump responded to the humanitarian crisis affecting Puerto Rico’s 3.4 million people. “… It’s an old electrical grid, …

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Solartopia Green Power and Wellness Hour – 09.14.17

NUKE POWER & NATURAL DISASTERS have become intensely important in the wake of HURRICANES HARVEY & IRMA. We are joined by radio commentator LIBBE HALEVY and long-time activist/experts PAUL GUNTER & KEVIN KAMPS of Beyond Nuclear. The terrifying realities of the hurricanes the swept through Texas and Florida have made it clear there is no way to evacuate from massive …

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Expat Files – 09.15.17

#1- Living in earthquake territory; Mexico just had an 8.2- the strongest there in 100years. Today we have some tips, advice and lessons learned  about living working playing and/or retiring in earthquake country #2- The many problems involved in owning a beach house or island property: a cautionary tale. It can be great fun (with bragging rites) at first, but …

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The Gary Null Show – 09.11.17

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary has a very important show for you in which he covers mostly environmental issues such as the hurricanes that are sweeping out nation, and how you need to prepare for them and the best ways to recover. Gary also opens up the phone lines for the listeners to ask questions they have always …

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Leid Stories—Trump Slow on Hurricane Harvey, but Right on Time with Storms of His Own—08.28.17

As Hurricane Harvey, now downgraded to a storm, was wreaking havoc across the Texas gulf coast over the weekend, President Trump was planning firestorms of his own in the White House. Leid Stories discusses a few storms Trump plans to whip up on Monday. Download this episode (right click and save)  

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JUAN DECLET-BARRETO – Latinos Face Economic and Health Threats from Climate Change—and Demand that Our Leaders Take Action

I grew up in the warm and humid latitudes of Puerto Rico. My homeland is in the tropical climatic zone so there are no stark seasonal differences in temperature like those found at lower or higher latitudes outside of the tropics. But from my childhood I recall a slight drop in nighttime temperatures around December—popularly known as the “aires navideños”, …

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Hurricane Matthew, The Latest Example Of Global Weather Warfare Desperation

Hurricane Matthew is about to decimate specific populations that are already struggling to survive, is this storm being manipulated by the weather/climate modification programs? There has been an over 11 year hurricane drought in the US regarding major hurricane landfalls and that drought persists. Though many sources tried to claim that Hurricane “Hermine” ended the anomalous hurricane drought for the US, …

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Climate Nexus – 3 Tropical Storms Threaten U.S. for First Time in Recorded History

For the first time in recorded history, three tropical storm systems are threatening the U.S. simultaneously and a fourth could quickly join the ranks. Two back-to-back storms—currently Hurricanes Madeline and Lester—could hit Hawaii’s Big Island this week, while two others are forecast to impact North Carolina and Florida’s Gulf Coast. If either storm makes landfall on the Big Island as …