Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at her first-in-the-nation presidential primary campaign rally, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, in Hooksett, N.H. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Dr Ludwig Watzal – Hillary Clinton – A Specter Haunting The Entire World

The Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, still gets high marks at least in Europe, compared to the Republican candidate Donald Trump, demonized by corporate media because of his outlandish remarks about Muslims, women, the wall with Mexico, and other bizarre statements he had made. Despite Trump’s crude political opinions, he has many followers among predominantly white Americans. He portrays himself …

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Smart Show (goharrison) with Cary Harrison – 03.21.16

SEG 1: Bernie Sanders/Trump rallies in Phoenix.
Listener and Harrison Hellraiser, Yolanda, blocks the road to the Trump rally

SEG 2: Chevron/Climate Change – Climate Shareholder Vote to Proceed Refund After Chevron Fails to Kill It at SEC
Natasha Lamb is a Partner and Portfolio Manager at Arjuna Capital, a division of Baldwin Brothers Inc. Natasha has a national wealth management practice integrating sustainability into the investment process and empowering investors to engage their money for both positive impact and shareholder value.
www.arjuna-capital.com

SEG 3: How Rank Voting Would Flip Trump’s Victories
Rob Richie is executive director of FairVote and a leading advocate of electoral reform, including the adoption of ranked choice voting, the instant runoff system that allows voters to rank candidates 1-2-3 and will be on the November ballot in Maine.

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Dr. Hakim – Kunduz MSF Hospital U.S. Bombing Survivor: “I Want my Story to be Heard.”

“I feel very angry, but I don’t want anything from the U.S. military,” said Khalid Ahmad, a 20 year old pharmacist who survived the U.S. bombing of the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) / Doctors Without Borders Hospital in Kunduz on the 3rd of October, “God will hold them accountable.” The actions of the U.S. military elicit the same contempt from Khalid …

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8,000 Years Ago, 17 Women Reproduced for Every One Man

Once upon a time, 4,000 to 8,000 years after humanity invented agriculture, something very strange happened to human reproduction. Across the globe, for every 17 women who were reproducing, passing on genes that are still around today—only one man did the same. “It wasn’t like there was a mass death of males. They were there, so what were they doing?” …