index

The Gary Null Show – 07.01.16

On”The Gary Null Show” today, Gary goes over the latest in health news and environmental news. He dedicates the 2nd half of the show to great guest Ronnie Cummins.

Memory loss protection from algae, says researchers

Inflamed & stressed: Rejuvenating antioxidants in big demand

High-fat Mediterranean diet, not low-fat one, is how you lose weight

Can cannabis treat arthritis pain and inflammation?

Jet Stream Crosses Equator, Unprecedented?

VIDEO: Sen. Rand Paul speaks out against senators voting without reading the bills

President Obama: The race for the imperial legacy

Gary goes to a quick music break and played this tune: Al Jolson – Brother can you spare a dime.

Gary then goes to his guest and has a great interview with him. Here is Ronnie’s bio

Ronnie Cummins is the co-founder and International Director of the Organic Consumers Association and its Mexican affiliate Via Organica. In the 1990s, he was a director of the Foundation for Economic Trends in Washington DC. With almost a million members, the Association is a non profit public interest organization campaigning for sustainable health and justice on critical issues of food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, Fair Trade and environmental sustainability. Ronnie has been a life-long activist in the human rights, anti-nuclear, labor and agricultural movements. His writings appear on numerous alternative, independent news including Commondreams, Truthout, and Huffington Post. He is the author of “Genetically Engineered Foods: A Self Defense Guide for Consumers” and a series of children’s book entitled Children of the World. His organization’s website is www.OrganicConsumers.org

index

The Gary Null Show – 03.01.16

Les Leopold is the co-founder and executive director of two nonprofit educational organizations: The Labor Institute and the Public Health Institute. He also helped to create the Blue-Green Alliance, and organization that merges labor unions with environmental concerns, such as the Sierra Club. Les’ articles appear in Alternet, Truthout and Huffington Post and Ralph Nader listed Les’s award-winning book, “The Man Who Hated Work and Loved Labor” on his recommended top 10 read list. His recent book “Runaway Inequality: An Activists Guide to Economic Justice” puts into clear perspective an integral view of understanding the many consequences of the growing inequality gap that has decimating Americans’ lives, the economy and the planet. His website is RunAwayInequality.org