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The Gary Null Show – 02.01.18

Trends leading to the intelligence agencies beholden to no accept Trump and themselves Ryan Grim is the Washington DC bureau chief for The Intercept news network.  Previously he as the was DC bureau chief for the Huffington Post and twice was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, having received it once. He contributed to the groundbreaking investigative project on heroine treatment that …


iEat Green – Guest Francesco Mastalia, photographer, writer, chef – 05.25.17

Francesco is photographer, writer, and is releasing a new book called YOGA, the Secret of Life. Francesco Mastalia has traveled the world photographing tribal, religious, spiritual, and indigenous people. His first book DREADS, published by Workman Artisan, is a photo documentary on the history of dreadlocks. Now in its eighth printing, DREADS includes an introduction by Pulitzer Prize- winning author …


The Gary Null Show – 10.28.16

Today Gary Null has an impact one hour program for you. Gary opens up the program with some of the latest news in health, healing and the environment. Before going to his guest, Gary opens up the audio vault to play some much needed clips on Hilary Clinton, and a piece by George Carlin. Gary has Tom Toleson the program to talk about How climate change denial is threatening our planet and destroying our politics. Tom Toles is the Pulitzer Prize-winning political Editorial Cartoonist and writer for the Washington Post who focuses on progressive issues – in particular climate change and its denial. He has previously been the Editorial Cartoonist for US News and World Report, The New Republic magazine, The New York Daily News, and others. He has drawn a syndicated comic strip, Curious Avenue, and a syndicated comic panel, Randolph Itch. His Awards include the Pulitzer Prize, the National Cartoonists’ Society Best Editorial Cartoons, the Mencken Award Best Editorial cartoon, and many more. Along with Prof Michael Mann – a distinguished professor of atmospheric science at Penn State University’s Earth Systems Science Center, he is author of the recent “The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial is Threatening Our Planet, Destroying our Politics and Driving Us Crazy” published by Columbia University Press – which is one of the most assessable books for people uniformed about of the challenges associated with climate change, global warming and its high risk stakes.


The Gary Null Show – 10.11.16

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up with the program with the latest in heath and healing. Before going to the break Gary opens up about the updates in the environment. In the second half of the program Gary give some commentaries from Chris Hedges and Henry Grioux while giving his own opinions on the debate Sunday night.


Leid Stories—The Clinton Foundation’s Billion-Dollar HIV/AIDS Boondoggle—08.17.16

Charles Ortel, a former Wall Street banker and investor who exposed General Electric’s massive fraud in 2007-2008 by proving that it had overvalued its stock by hundreds of billions of dollars, for several months has been deconstructing the highly irregular inner workings of the Clinton Foundation and related entities operating “charitable” programs all over the world.


Kanya Bennett – One Year Later: We Still Don’t Know How Many Shot by Police

One year ago today, the White House released The Final Report of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing — 116 pages of recommendations meant to address the epidemic of killings of unarmed Black and brown people by the police officers sworn to protect them. The report was supposed to be a blueprint for reforms in policing this country has needed for …


The Gary Null Show – 03.18.16

Chris Hedges is one of our nation’s most insightful cultural critics, social and political activists and investigative journalists. For almost 20 years he was a foreign correspondent in war zones and conflicts in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans, having reported for The New York Times, Christian Science Monitor and other news outlets. While at the Times, Chris received the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for reporting on global terrorism. That same year he received Amnesty International’s Global Award for Human Rights Journalism. Chris has authored many bestselling books. His most recent is “Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt”, a philosophical, historical and timely clarion call for a new revolution against a repressive political and corporate hegemony. Chris’ weekly column can be read every Monday at and his TV program “Days of Revolt” is aired every Monday at 11 pm Eastern on Telesur TV
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Greg Grandin – Kissinger, the Bombardier

In April 2014, ESPN published a photograph of an unlikely duo: Samantha Power, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, and former national security adviser and secretary of state Henry Kissinger at the Yankees-Red Sox season opener. In fleece jackets on a crisp spring day, they were visibly enjoying each other’s company, looking for all the world like a twenty-first-century geopolitical …


Bill McKibben – Exxon Knew Everything There Was to Know About Climate Change by the Mid-1980s—and Denied It

few weeks before the last great international climate conference—2009, in Copenhagen—the e-mail accounts of a few climate scientists were hacked and reviewed for incriminating evidence suggesting that global warming was a charade. Eight separate investigations later concluded that there was literally nothing to “Climategate,” save a few sentences taken completely out of context—but by that time, endless, breathless media accounts …


David Griffin – Climate Denial

According to a recent report from Inside Climate News, scientists hired by Exxon had concluded in the 1970s and ’80s that continuing to burn great quantities of fossil fuels would likely produce “catastrophic events” that could endanger humanity. Therefore, said these scientists, Exxon should begin a transition away from fossil fuels to renewable resources. But in the late ’80s, the …