The Stella Blizzard doesn’t stop Gary Null from doing his Monday-Friday show here on The Progressive Radio Network, Gary starts off the program with the latest in health and healing before going to a in depth environmental segment, Gary cracks the safe on the audio vault to play some clips on Canadian journalist DESTROYS corporate media hack and explains what is actually going on in Aleppo, Syria and 9 million painkillers shipped to tiny West Virginia town. In just two years, drug wholesalers shipped 9 million opioid pills to a pharmacy in Kermit, WV, a town of just 400 people. Now the town is trying to take the wholesalers to court.
David discusses the diet of indigenous people on the prairies before and after the invasion of Europeans with Philip Brass, a member of Peepeekisis First Nation in Saskatchewan, who works on community health, local food initiatives, traditional practices, and ceremonies. They discuss the reasons why the health of so many indigenous Canadians is worse than average. They delve into the history of colonization including forced removal to reserves, the old pass system that prevented them leaving the reserve, and the residential schools What are the challenges to reclaiming the indigenous knowledge about local foods for nutrition and for medicine?
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The Hidden Hand – Threats to our Constitutional and Civil Rights Under Trump
“Updates on Vermont brewery goes worker coop, profitability proves nothing, Trump knocks “fiduciary rule,” immigration reduces crime, Pelosi endorses capitalism. Major discussions of applying Hegel on masters/slaves to employers/employees and contrasting FDR to Trump.”
KEVIN KAMPS of Beyond Nuclear and TIM JUDSON of the Nuclear Information & Resource Service chime in on the collapse of Westinghouse, the overages in nuclear construction around the world, the appointment of an non-regulatory new chair for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the procession of state bailouts, and much more.
As we approach a green-powered Earth, we pray no more of these obsolete, obscene nukes will explode, and that the transition to renewables will proceed as fast as possible.
Millions of people marched throughout the United States and abroad last Saturday to protest Donald Trump’s first day in office and to affirm women’s rights and human rights. The demonstrations were inspiring—full of energy, witty signs, slogans and chants—and brought into the streets a diverse multitude, many of whom were not normally politically active. But a demonstration is not a …
The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks speaks with Our Special Guests is Author Gerald Naekel, who had the great fortune in life of growing up on a small farm in the Dakotas to working all over the world on mostly aviation projects for the United States State Department, FBI flight operations, and covert CIA.
Join Dr. Michael Wald, nicknamed the Blood Detective, during his practical and informative exploration of what he has found effective, over the course of his 26+ years in clinical practice, of how you can effectively lose weight permanently! Dr. WALD can be reached at his clinic integrative nutrition of Mount Kisco by calling 914-242-8844 or emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
#1- Driving your car from the US to Latin America(or not): Though its not normally recommended that you drive down, just in case you’re the adventurous type and want to roll the dice, here are a few tips … #2- Tips on buying a car in Latin America: mostly what NOT to do. #3 -Mexico’s complicated rules of car ownership …
BUENOS AIRES, Dec 23 2016 (IPS) – Organic agriculture is rapidly expanding in Argentina, the leading agroecological producer in Latin America and second in the world after Australia, as part of a backlash against a model that has disappointed producers and is starting to worry consumers. According to the intergovernmental Inter American Commission on Organic Agriculture (ICOA), in the Americas …