Host Ellen Kamhi PhD, RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Dr. Randall Bell. Randall Bell, PhD, is a socio-economist and the CEO of Landmark Research Group, LLC. The strategic and problem-solving skills of Dr. Bell are well established. He consulted on the World Trade Center, the Flight 93 Crash Sites, the BP Oil Spill, Hurricane Katrina, the Nuclear Testing on the Bikini Atoll. His research has taken him to all fifty states and the seven continents. He is known for his ability to analyze complex situations and present his findings in an interesting, organized, and intelligent way. Dr. Bell’s career has been profiled in the Wall Street Journal, People magazine, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, CNN, and every U.S. television network. He is a popular speaker at events around the globe. Dr. Bell earned his PhD in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University and his MBA from UCLA. On today’s show we will discuss his new book, Rich Habits, Rich Life: The Four Cornerstones of all Great Pursuits
Guest 1: Steve Blackledge, Mandatory GMO labeling – U.S. PIRG & U.S. PIRG Education Fund
Guest 2: Bernie Sanders introductory remarks at Ohio town hall discussing Donald Trump
Guest 3: Carlos Maroquin Occupy LA and #FeeltheBern organizer
Guest 4: Jason Crow with his Healthy Living Update
Dr Amy Reed and her husband Dr Hooman Noorchashm discussed their campaign to ban power morcellators, used in hysterectomies, which have been spreading a deadly and aggressive cancer to thousands of women every year in the US for more than two decades. Amy is a victim of morcellation and is in treatment for the cancer.
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Beatty’s guest today is Susan Watson-Neimy, a certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist, who works with New York City Dermatologist Dr. Bruce Katz, Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Director of the Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Clinic at Mount Sinai and Director of the Juva Skin and Laser Center. They are on the cutting edge of a new movement…..noninvasive vaginal rejuvenation.
The first interview is with Linda Pentz Gunter, international specialist for the environmental advocacy group ‘Beyond Nuclear.’ In this conversation, Gunter addresses the question of whether nuclear is being seriously explored as an alternative to the climate-ravaging fossil fuel industry. She also outlines aspects of the Fukushima cover-up, and why international bodies and media are failing to hold nuclear and government agencies to account.
In the final half hour, Portland-based Mimi German, Earth activist and founder of Radcast.org, speaks more about the cover-up, the nuclear situation in the U.S. and the consequences for society and all life on earth.
William Blum, publisher of The Anti-Empire Report, author of several books on U.S. foreign policy, and an expert on U.S. covert operations, discusses the tragic consequences of Hillary Clinton’s foreign-policy initiatives as secretary of state.
Leid Stories takes on the hypocrisy and deliberate effort, particularly by the media and the political establishment, to re-cast what happened at Donald Trump’s rally in Chicago last Friday.
Welcome, to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective with Glen Ford and his co-host, Nellie Bailey.
– A national poll commissioned by In The Public Interest has found broad support for reining in the spread of charter schools and for making them conform to the same standards as traditional public schools. The poll also shows majorities oppose an over-emphasis on standardized testing in the classroom. David Cohen, executive director of the In the Public Interest, said the survey shows Americans continues to have a high regard for public schools and teachers, despite the propaganda put out by school privatizers.
– Parents, teachers and activists gathered recently, in Philadelphia, for a national conference of the Opt Out movement, which seeks to end excessive standardized testing in the public schools. We spoke with Dr. Denisha Jones, a board member of United Opt Out, and an assistant professor of Early Childhood Education at Washington DC’s Howard University. The organization demands ““an equitably-funded, democratically based, anti-racist, desegregated public school system for all Americans – one that prepares students to exercise compassionate and critical decision making.” Dr. Jones says none of this can happen if kids are spending all their time taking tests.
– Robert Gangi, executive director of the Police Reform Organizing Project, in New York, has been monitoring courtroom activity around the city. Gangi reports that the courts are busy prosecuting Black and brown men on minor offenses, an indication that the “broken windows” philosophy of policing is alive and well in New York.
– Earlier this month, a death squad assassinated Honduran indigenous people’s leader Berta Caceres. Caceres was at the top of the hit list for the Honduran regime that was installed in a U.S.-backed coup, in 2009. She fought countless battles against land grabs by multinational corporations. Her friend, Beverly Bell, a co-founder of the group Other Worlds, says the regime and its backers in Washington, killed Berta Caceres.
– President Obama will visit Cuba later this month. The President claims his trip is designed to further normalization of relations and peace in the region. But political analyst Eric Draitser, founder of StopImperialism.org, says Obama has scaled back tensions with Cuba while escalating Washington’s war against Venezuela.
The March 13 edition of warrior connection discussed the failure of the choice program to provide me – major doug rokke my own medical care after choice program director had promised us the service during a previously broadcast warrior connection. His apology is:
Morris Berman is well known as an innovative cultural historian and social critic. He has taught at a number of universities in Europe and North America, and has held visiting endowed chairs at Incarnate Word College (San Antonio), the University of New Mexico, and Weber State University. He is the author of a trilogy on the evolution of human consciousness–-The Reenchantment of the World (1981), Coming to Our Senses (1989), and Wandering God: A Study in Nomadic Spirituality (2000)–and in 2000 his Twilight of American Culture was named a “Notable Book” by the New York Times Book Review. Dr. Berman relocated to Mexico in 2006, and during 2008-9 was a Visiting Professor at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico City. In 2015 he published a study of Japan called Neurotic Beauty, and 2016 the publication of his second novel the political satire, The Man Without Qualities.