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The Gary Null Show – 04.04.17

Today is April 4th and let us be the first to wish YOU a happy National School Librarian Day to all of our Librarian listeners. For this special day Gary kicks off the show discussing the latest in the world of health and healing. Gary sets a lot of time aside today to open the audio vault to play clips on “The Emoluments Clause in the U.S. Constitution says that, “No one, nor their spouse, can take money from foreigners.” Hillary Clinton has to be guilty of 70 or 100 counts just on that one charge! When will the media be honest about how much lawlessness the Clintons stand for and how much they have ripped off the American people?” and “We are grateful to The Autism Intensive – Expert Interview Series for providing this and over 30 additional interviews featuring functional medicine experts” and finally “America is not a country, it’s a business ..” To wrap up the show Gary opens up the phone lines for a talk back segment.

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INSIGHT – ALL WOMEN CREW SOAR WORLDWIDE SETTING RECORD – GRAD STUDENT GOES X COUNTRY FOR POLITICAL INSIGHT AND SPRING BREAKERS WITH MEANS – 03.16.17

Kyle Mendelson is taking the temperature of our nation by traveling to over a dozen US cities to meet with politicians, educators and more in an effort to better understand perspectives and motives in regions that voted number forty-five. From the cockpit to ticket handlers and everyone between – the significance of the women of Air India who circumnavigated the world.

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Wendell Berry on Climate Change: To Save the Future, Live in the Present

I. [2013] So far as I am concerned, the future has no narrative. The future does not exist until it has become the past. To a very limited extent, prediction has worked. The sun, so far, has set and risen as we have expected it to do. And the world, I suppose, will predictably end, but all of its predicted …

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The Worst Case for War With Iran You’ll Read in a Major Newspaper

Many opponents of a nuclear deal with Iran simply won’t come out and say what they seem to be constantly getting at: that the United States should go to war. Well, kudos to the hawkish opinion pages ofThe Washington Post and the neoconservative scholar Joshua Muravchik for making just that argument in Sunday’s paper. Muravchik purports to explain how negotiations will never work …