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Leid Stories—Trump and His ‘Facts’ About Charlottesville—08.16.17

Download this episode (right click and save) He would have addressed sooner the race war that exploded last Saturday in a three-part tragedy in Charlottesville, Va., but President Donald Trump said he thought it ill-advised to speak without knowing “all the facts.” That moment apparently came yesterday. Armed with the “facts,” Trump called a news conference at his Trump Tower …

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Trends This Week – A Mega Trend: Divided America – 08.16.17

As tensions begin to cool in North Korea, violence here at home becomes the larger issue for the mainstream media.  Global trend forecaster Gerald Celente takes on the Divided States of America in this episode of Trends This Week.  From Violence in Charlottesville  to Trump haters defacing Colonial Kingston, this trend continues to grow. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Leid Stories—After Charlottesville, A Slow Burn or Slow Burnout for Trump?—08.15.17

America has noted President Donald Trump’s slow-to-show, half-hearted reaction to the deadly, white-racist protest in Charlottesville, Va., last Saturday. And they’re seeing that swift reaction and opposition by the people to other Charlottesville-style protests planned across the country are being cancelled. Trump, bewilderingly, sees a political opportunity here to [re-] build his base for re-election. Does this not suggest that …

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INSIGHT – ART WAY BEYOND SIGHT, MARGARITAVILLE FOR RETIREMENT, KNOW YOUR MENTAL HEALTH – 08.03.17

She’s witty, effervescent and supremely talented.  Meet Annie Liest, Artist and Accessible Advocate whose unique perspective has gained the attention of the art world including galleries that display her brilliant work depicting urban spaces, pedestrians and movement.  Annie’s subjects are captured solely through her one eye that she says helps her focus and create easier then when she had use …

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Black Agenda Radio – 06.26.17

Welcome, to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host, Nellie Bailey. Coming up: The nations leading anti-war organization held its national conference in Richmond, Virginia. And, James Baldwin, the great author, essayist, playwrite, and political thinker, is the subject of a three-day celebration, at the …

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It’s All About Food – Barbara J. King and Casey T. Taft – 04.25.17

PART I: Barbara J. King, Personalities on the Plate: The Lives & Minds of Animals We Eat Barbara J. King is emerita professor of anthropology at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, and now is a full-time freelance science writer. Barbara has written or edited many books on anthropology and animal behavior. Her latest, just published in …

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LOA Today – 04.13.17

With Joel on personal leave for a second week in a row, Uohna once again steps up to the mic. This week we talk about how we deal with down times when it’s hard to get your mind back on a positive track. We’re hoping that Joel will be back on the mic next week. Download this episode (right click …

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Heart of Mind Radio – 03.17.17

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis reviews the teachings of Bruce Lipton on Conscious Intention and Subconscious Behavior and How to Change Your Subconscious Programming. In the second segment Kathryn talks about Vibrational Intelligence. Bruce H. Lipton, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Stem cell biologist, bestselling author of The Biology of …

What Women Must Know – Health Hazards from our Wireless World with Deborah Kopald – 02.23.17

Deborah Kopald is an environmental consultant and has developed and overseen the passage of legislative initiatives to protect the public from cell tower radiation and wireless technologies. She advises government officials, schools, doctors and lawyers on telecommunications policies, Wi-Fi technology and the environmental and health risks these technologies pose to citizens. Deborah is a Review Editor at the journal Frontiers in Public Health and holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard and an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. She is published in Reviews on Environmental Health and the Consumer Law and Policy Blog. In 2013, she organized and moderated “The Conference on Corporate Interference with Science and Health” which covered fracking, GMO’s and wireless health hazards.

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