Today on The Gary Null Show. Gary looks at what we are not being told about trade treaties like The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership also Gary shows you a look a some of the things Clinton says that ties into The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. Gary plays you a George Carlin clip where Carlin explains the “American Dream”. Gary does start the show off with the latest news in health like how Cancer overtakes heart disease as the main cause of death in 12 European countries. Finally Gary Null ends the show by opening up the phone lines for a “Talk Back Segment”
With wins yesterday in four of six states holding primaries—particularly in delegate-rich California and New Jersey—Hillary Clinton, who also carried New Mexico and South Dakota, had a big political payday. She zoomed past the 2,383 delegates needed to be the Democratic Party’s nominee in the general election (now having 2,184 pledged delegates and 571 superdelegates, against Sanders’ 1,804 and 48, respectively). The taste of victory—and history, as a major party’s first female presidential nominee—was sweet.
Which brings us, for the umpteenth time, back to Bernie and what, exactly, he plans to do with his votes and his anti-establishment movement.
Leid Stories discusses the inevitability of Sanders’ capitulation to Clinton and the Democratic Party in the name of “party unity,” and the almost certain death of the “progressive” movement he started.
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary does a quick Health and Healing block, which you can read by clicking on the links and then discusses “What it is to be a Progressive?” Listen and read and get a better understand of the world we live in:
Bad carbs increase risk of cancer by up to 88 percent
Get rid of a poison oak rash
Could lime juice save hundreds of thousands of lives annually?
Grapes protect against ultraviolet radiation
Why are fish suddenly dying by the millions?
Gary takes a quick music break and plays this great song: Earth, Wind & Fire – Fantasy. Gary returned to discuss “What it means to be a Reagan conservative ?” and “What is a Progressive?” Gary gives his own voice to the topic and below are a few reference articles to let you understand more:
This is the video Gary was discussing about Bill O’Reilly saying Obama is a Progressive:
VIDEO: Justice, Obama and Trump
The 11 principles of a Reagan conservative or
11 Principles of a Reagan Conservative
Sadistic capitalism: Six urgent matters for humanity in global crisis
62 people own the same as half the world
Reform Is Not Enough to Stem the Rising Tide of Inequality Worldwide
Vince interviews activist and artist Thomas Frank. Thomas lives in Northwest Indiana and has worked with various progressive and environmental organizations throughout Chicagoland and the broader Midwestern Region. They discuss many topics, but their primary focus is on the “Break Free From Fossil Fuels” event that is taking place in Whiting, Indiana on Sunday, May 15th. Break Free is a series of international events that are taking place from May 6th – May 15th.
Investigative journalist and columnist, Wayne Madsen, discussed the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and the unusual circumstances, including no investigation of the death, which took place at a hunting party at a Bohemian Grove ranch with Satanist decorations. Government officials in the Illuminati and their practice of sexual abuse, pedophilia, and the murder of infants was also discussed.
The Feb 28 edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion on effects of Desert Storm plus 25 years. My Veterans day November 10, 2000 invited talk in the United States Senate forms the basis for our discussion along with lots of DOD- VA reports. Please refer to Dr. Gary Null’s documentaries and reports on gulf war illness on this web site.
Darcia Narvaez is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame. Her prior careers include professional musician, classroom music teacher, business owner, seminarian and middle school Spanish teacher. Dr. Narvaezs current research explores how early life experience influences societal culture and moral character in children and adults. She integrates neurobiological, clinical, developmental and education sciences in her theories and research about moral development. She is the author or editor of numerous books and articles. Her recent book, Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality: Evolution, Culture and Wisdom (2014), won the 2015 William James Book Award from the American Psychological Association. She is executive editor of the Journal of Moral Education.
Born in the 1940s We Remember
– Do I get occasional hate mail and complaints directed at myself or the Expat Files show? Off course, but I have pretty thick skin. On that note, today we have just such an email of complaint from a Canadian listener. Since Canadians are generally nicer and more civil than us guys from Chicago (or Cleveland), this listener is kind and gentle about his complaints and even throws in a backhanded compliment or two. Oh but don’t worry, in a future show I’ll read a few of the more evil email complaints. I get those too…
-Today we have a discussion about gringos and their use and abuse of the Spanish language. You’ll not hear this stuff anywhere else.
-Early on (or in due time) nearly every Expat Gringo or Gringa has a bad day or two: mostly when dealing with Latin bureaucracy, lousy customer service or Latin tardiness that leads to unintended consequences. True, Gringos do rage and blow up in public. I’ve done it myself. However, there are laid back Expats who don’t necessarily explode in frustration but merely count to 10 or 20 (or 200) and fume and seethe internally. Today we have a first-hand story of a long-term Expat’s full-blown public blowup.
-Supposed USA real-estate “gurus” and their seminars are rolling through in Latin America as we speak. Talk about slick! They’re selling off condos in Miami to upscale Latins who are dying to have bragging rights in what they consider the northern Latin “Mecca”. Yup, just 10% down- and buyers also get the huge side benefit of a special US immigration “investors’ visa and automatic permanent residency for the buyer (and family) along with the deal. Its stark proof that Latins don’t do their housing homework and that they’ve never had a US housing market history lesson.
A Bowl of Soul Broadcast – 02-26-2016
Soul Pioneer – Karen Bernod – R&B – 2012
Wide Open – Choklate – R&B/Funk – 2015
Don’t Push It Don’t Force It – Leon Haywood – R&B/Funk – 1980
Chitterling Con Carne – Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers – Latin Soul – 1970
Joe Cuba – Bang Bang – Latin Soul/Boogaloo – 1967
Loves Dance – Earth, Wind & Fire – R&B – 2005
She’s Fly – Inobe – R&B/Neo Soul – 2015
All Eye Knew – Ashaki Feat.Drake – R&B – 2014
Walking Along – The Solitaires – R&B/Doo Wop – 1957
The Walk – Jimmy McKracklin – R&B – 1958
Baba Boom Time – The Jamaicans – RockSteady – 1967
If You Can Want – Smokey Robinson & The Miracles – R&B – 1968