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The Gary Null Show – 03.20.17

Today on the first day of spring, Gary Null has an exciting show for you! Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing. In the second half of the program Gary goes into some new commentaries on the newest news in politics and the environment. Gary wraps up the program with an audio clip on Autism mom absolutely SHREDS panel on vaccine truth! Dropping knowledge dimes, quoting published science (which she brought with her), I have NEVER seen a one-sided butt-kicking on this scale. Janet Edghill takes it to a different level–simply must see to believe!

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The Gary Null Show – 02.27.17

On this Monday episode of The Gary Null Show, Gary talks about the latest and greatest news in health and healing helping you learn about the latest in robotics, tea, women health and vitamin d. Following the health and healing segment Gary covers the latest in the environment giving you breaking new on the Colorado River. To wrap up the program Gary places an audio clip and gluten and Americas googly eyes over it.

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The Gary Null Show – 10.27.16

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary has the lowest priced special he has ever done on Survival Stuff. He also opens up the program with refreshing news in health, healing and the enviorment! In the second half of the program Gary plays a long audio clip on the Clinton part that must go viral. Video HERE.

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The Gary Null Show – 09.15.16

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary plays a very important audio clip entitled Reality Check: How Does Nobody Go To Jail In Wells Fargo Case After over 1.2 Million People Were Defrauded? And Why No Matter What Other Crimes The Bank Committed, They Have Been Granted Immunity! Before that Gary gives some insightful personal commentaries on the student loan industry and who really controls Washington. In the opening health segment Gary gives you the health benefits of peppercorn. All this and so much more on today’s Gary Null Show

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James B. Steele and Lance Williams – WHO GOT RICH OFF THE STUDENT DEBT CRISIS

A generation ago, Congress privatized a student loan program intended to give more Americans access to higher education. In its place, lawmakers created another profit center for Wall Street and a system of college finance that has fed the nation’s cycle of inequality. Step by step, Congress has enacted one law after another to make student debt the worst kind of …

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Michael Snyder – Corporations Are Defaulting On Their Debts Like It’s 2008 All Over Again

The Dow closed above 18,000 on Monday for the first time since July.  Isn’t that great news?  I truly wish that it was.  If the Dow actually reflected economic reality, I could stop writing about “economic collapse” and start blogging about cats or football.  Unfortunately, the stock market and the economy are moving in two completely different directions right now.  …

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Les Leopold – Is Hillary’s Personal Story About Student Loans a Fabrication?

“I know [student loan forgiveness] works because Bill and I did that. We both borrowed money when we went to law school and we paid it back as a percentage of our income, so I could go to work at the Children’s Defense Fund, not some big law firm that would pay me more. I wanted to do the work …

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Shawn Aiken – New Jersey Divests from Payday Lending

When Phyllis Salowe-Kaye learned that the New Jersey State Investment Council (NJSIC) had invested 50 million state pension dollars with a private equity firm that used some of the funds to purchase a predatory payday lender, she went through the proverbial roof. The longtime executive director of New Jersey Citizen Action (NJCA) quickly assembled a powerful coalition of consumer protection …

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Bill Holter – Assets and Liabilities… And “Debt Saturation”

We live in a world where the difference between assets and liabilities has been blurred. In the old days, an asset was something you “owned” while a liability was something you “owed”. Over the years as everything became securitized, someone else’s liability is now routinely someone’s asset but ONLY thought of as an asset. It has always been this way …