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Let’s Create A Better World – 03.16.18

This show discusses how rapidly the body, mind and spirit health movement is growing exponentially in the marketplace. Host, Bobby Elias, and his two guests talk about how inspired they were from attending the Natural Products West Expo this last weekend, a health trade show that is attended by more than 100,000 people every year with 3,500 vendors.  Bobby says he …

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Progressive Commentary Hour – 02.07.18

An deep view into the FBI and its role in the Steele dossier and the aftermath    Coleen Rowley is a former FBI special agent who was with the agency for 24 years. From 1990 to 2003, she was the Chief Division Counsel operating out of Minneapolis.  In May 2002, she blew the whistle and later testified before the Senate …

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Visionaries – 01.29.17

Visionaries – 01.29.18 January 29, 2018 “A Reading List: Part 3.” Today Lobell continues with his list of audiobooks chats about each one. Today we briefly mention books I am just starting: – The Sentient Machine: The Coming Age of Artificial Intelligence by Amir Husain – 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson – Leonardo da Vinci by …

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The Gary Null Show – 08.11.17

The future of Light therapy — or Photobiomodulation — for treating disease and illness Dr. Len Saputo is a board certified physician in internal medicine and the Founder and Medical Director of Health Medicine Foundation, a nonprofit education foundation promoting an integrative medical system of wellness into clinical practice. For 30 years he also has a private practice in affiliation …

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Steve Rushton – From Holland to Finland to Scotland, Basic Income Could Be a Reality Across Europe

Universal basic income is emerging as a realistic policy position across Europe. As we reported in late 2015, local authorities across the Netherlands are currently running trials to award every citizen unconditional money from the state. And this year, Finland started an experiment of 2,000 randomly selected people, all of whom currently receive out of work benefits. The first monthly payments of …

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Alastair Gee – More than one-third of schoolchildren are homeless in shadow of Silicon Valley

Every night for the past year or so, Adriana and Omar Chavez have slept in an RV parked in East Palo Alto, a downtrodden community in Silicon Valley. On a recent morning before sunrise, they emerged on to the empty street. Omar showed his phone to his wife: 7.07am. “Shall I wake up the girls?” he said, his breath visible …

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Vandana Shiva – People’s Economies vs Corporate Control: First Commodification, Then Financialization, Now Demonetization

Ever since the Corporate Form was “invented” – in its earliest avatar as the collective East India Companies – those who have ruled via corporation have found innovative “means” new to extract wealth from the earth and people, leaving both poorer in a zero-sum “game”. During The Raj – Company Raj – extraction was carried out through Lagaan – taxation …

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Zoë Corbyn – Smashing the Silicon Valley patriarchy: anti-Lean In strategy puts onus on men

It’s a Friday afternoon at a tech startup in downtown San Francisco, and Valerie Aurora is arming men with phrases they can use to try to make their Silicon Valley environment less sexist: “Not cool.” “We don’t do that here.” “Awkward!” She wants them to use them against other men when they encounter biased comments or actions aimed at women, …

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Lynn Stuart Parramore – The Zentrepreneur: Ayn Rand in Lotus Position?

You’ve seen the entrepreneur game-changing up a Silicon Valley storm. Perhaps you’ve met more recent additions to this can-do tribe: there’s the micro-entrepreneur, eagerly hopping along Task Rabbit with dry cleaning deliveries, and the social entrepreneur, hacking world hunger with a single app. Now there’s a new market maven in town. He levitates on puffs of peace and profundity, eager …