The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks will be Shining a Spotlight on Capitol Hill & Congressman Danny K. Davis, who has distinguished himself as an articulate voice for his constituents and as an effective legislator able to move major bills to passage. He has developed a unique and energetic style of communication and interaction with his constituents setting up dozens of advisory task forces to consider significant questions of public policy.
Every time a person of Middle Eastern heritage who ought to have been committed to an insane asylum but wasn’t (because rich people who don’t want to pay taxes successfully lobbied to get rid of insane asylums) commits violence, our press and politicians hit the panic button. This is so even though you are more likely to die falling in …
The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks Special Guest is Retired, Federal Judge Mary E. Bullock, who is an ongoing supporter of the wrongfully convicted IRP6 in Colorado.
“The danger is, as ever with these things, unintended consequences.” So wrote Prime Minister Tony Blair to President George W. Bush in 2002, as Bush prepared to invade Iraq. Blair’s unstinting support of US policy, notwithstanding numerous unknowns and acknowledged large-scale obstacles, is more than a case of over-optimism or misplaced friendship. For as the Chilcot Commission has just concluded after a …
Although it’s difficult to remember those days eight years ago when Democrats seemed to represent something idealistic and hopeful and brave, let’s take a moment and try to recall the stand Barack Obama once took against lobbyists. Those were the days when the nation was learning that George W. Bush’s Washington was, essentially, just a big playground for those lobbyists …
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discussed these topics as well as give his own commentary on a few subjects and listens to what you have to say. Click on the links to read after listen to Gary discuss these topics.
Couple Sentenced to Prison for Seeking Natural Remedies for Son’s Illness
Consumption of omega-3s linked to lower risk of fatal heart disease
Low CoQ10 levels linked with neurodegeneration: Study
Dose of nature is just what the doctor ordered, scientists say
Eating more broccoli may lower heart disease, cancer risk
Exercise can boost your child’s brain power, and help them score in exams
Daily calcium intake of 1,000 or 2,000 mg best for rickets
Probiotics may prevent breast cancer: Study
The healing powers of music: Mozart and Strauss for treating hypertension
Gary goes to a music break and plays this jam: Teddy Pendergrass – I Don’t Love You Anymore. Gary returns to discuss some issues
The age Of political stupid by Michael Roberts
Constitutional convention defined
Mark Levin on the Constitutional convention: The framers would have never voted for ‘the Government as it exists today’
Gray discusses his thoughts on how to stop terrorism and he gives you 10 great reasons to stop NOW.
The Great Lakes water wars have begun after U.S. officials approve drawing 30 million litres per day
Gary does a quick music break again before taking your calls to end the show.
He plays this cut for his 2nd quick break: Barry White – Can’t get enough of your love, Babe
The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks will be Shining a Spotlight on Capitol Hill & Congressman Pedro Pierluisi, who serves on the House Judiciary Committee, and is a member of the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations, and the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security. He also serves on the House Natural Resources Committee, and is a member of the Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs, and the Subcommittee on Federal Lands.
As more is learned about Omar Mateen, the alleged lone gunman responsible for the June 12 massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., and about other related developments, we see a shift in how the story is being reported and how officials are continuing to manage the mass killing as “an act of terrorism.” Leid Stories continues the discussion of the previous two days.
Yesterday’s Democratic primary in Washington, D.C., the last hurrah of the primary season, predictably handed an easy victory to Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders—78.7 percent of the vote and 16 additional delegates to supercharge her nomination. The D.C. primary, however, was not just a ceremonious end to the faceoffs between the two candidates, says Leid Stories; it pointedly brought home the necessity to part ways with the established political order and the failure of third parties and political movements to make inroads with constituencies that are looking for alternatives.
Believe it or not, there are actual concerns in the world that do not depend on what 1,000 people in Iowa, called at random, think of the trustworthiness of a guy who gets policy advice from Alex Jones. There is, for example, the Lake Chad Basin in Africa, which is probably where our next humanitarian disaster is about to happen. Nine …
U.S. military officials announced Wednesday plans to beef up numbers of American troops and equipment in Eastern Europe to counter what the Pentagon described as “an aggressive Russia.” It comes just weeks after Russia’s foreign minister warned that NATO’s military build-up near Russia’s borders is “counterproductive and dangerous,” and that the military alliance’s members “are whipping up ‘Russia’s threat’ myth.” …