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Let’s Create A Better World – 11.08.17

 More than anything else, eating meat contributes heavily to global warming and climate change. Jane Velez-Mitchell, animal rights activist and journalist, author and widely known for her work on television including specials on CNN, talks about how eating meat also causes major health problems such as heart disease, strokes, cancer, dementia and alzheimer’s.  Jane also talked about what we can …

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Juliee de la Terre – 11.05.17

Juliee de la Terre holds an MS from the Gaylord Nelson Institute for environmental studies at the University of Wisconsin Madison. She has been an activist since she was a child helping her mother care for injured wildlife.She lives on a small farm in southwest WI where she grows most of her food and teaches others the art of self-reliance. …

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Connect The Dots – Guest: Lisa Stokke – 08.02.17

Tune in to Connect the Dots to find out about the Future of Organics, with Lisa Stokke, co-founder of Food Democracy Now! And Dave Chapman, an organic farmer for over 35 years in Vermont and the co-founder of the movement, Keep The Soil In Organic. They will discuss the erosion of Organics by industrial hydroponics. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Leid Stories—What Is the Most Urgently Needed Change We Must Make As A Nation?—07.05.17

In the aftermath of the patriotism that the Fourth of July usually summons up, Leid Stories brings us back to reality with a sobering question: What Is the Most Urgently Needed Change We Must Make As A Nation? Download this episode (right click and save)

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Resistance Radio – Guest: Jesse Lasky – 06.30.17

Jesse Lasky is currently assistant professor at Penn State University. His work explores how the environment and human modifications of the environment affect biodiversity at the level of genetics and ecological communities.  Today we talk about how a wall between the US and Mexico would harm wildlife and natural communities. Here is a link to some of his work on …

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Meditations and Molotovs – 06.26.17

 On today’s program, Vince examines the conspiratorial left and the organizations, media outlets and individuals who support it. In order for poor and working-class people to effectively organize in the long-term, we must reject the nihilism, cynicism and apathy produced by those entities. Unfortunately, these trends are not limited to progressive movements in the U.S. Download this episode (right click …

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The Natural Nurse And Dr. Z – Guest: Philip Blair, MD – 06.13.17

Host Dr. Eugene Zampieron, ND, www.drznatually.com, interviews Col. Philip Blair, MD, ret., (USArmy). Dr. Blair is a Family Physician providing disease management for small business employees in several states. He graduated from West Point in 1972, attended the University of Miami School of Medicine and trained as an Army Family Physician. He developed a highly successful interventional approach to chronic …

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The Infectious Myth – Shaken Baby Strikes Again. And Joe Whitaker Sits in Jail – 06.06.17

In 2013 Joe and Charlotte’s baby Jaden suddenly collapsed. The parents called 9-1-1 but almost immediately doctors suspected child abuse. Despite a number of medical experts testifying that Jaden had a genetic or nutritional defect that caused weak bones and other health problems, Joe was convicted of child abuse and sentenced to 15 years, the minimum the judge could give …

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Leid Stories—Leave the Herd. Free Your Mind and Be Heard!—05.05.17

It’s Free Your Mind Friday” on Leid Stories, the best open forum in Radioland. Let’s hear what you have to say about current events, this week’s programs, or any subject you consider worthy of further discussion or debate. Break from the herd. Call 888-874-4888 and be heard! Download this episode (right click and save)

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The Gary Null Show – 05.04.17

War and conflict as a commodity for the transnational capital elite and class and the new emerging globalized society Prof William Robinson is Professor of Sociology at the University of California at Santa Barbara. He is also on the university’s faculty of Latin American Studies and in the Global and International Studies Program. He describes himself as a scholar-activist, who is deeply involved …