RIP Cardinal Egan, Windell Middlebrooks, the Lite Beer guy, and NY Times reporter Claude Sitton Top Stories Democrats deplore Republican letter to Tehran on nuke talks. What else are they supposed to do, embrace it? This is no doubt one of the dumbest things I’ve ever seen a group of lawmakers do. What were they thinking? Does their hate of …
We go from UNPLUG NUCLEAR POWER to OCCUPY and the DANDELION INSURRECTION!
For Fukushima Day, activist JOE DE MARE of Bowling Green, Ohio, lays out the terms of the annual 3/11 power down to commemorate the horrific disaster that still pollutes our precious Pacific (http://www.toledofreepress.com/tag/nuclear-energy/ ). Joe tells us how every year a multi-stage UNPLUG boycott of electric use emphasizes public opposition to corporate control of our energy supply. He explains that while the Bowling Green utility owns 6 of its own windmills, it’s also signed on to a devastating power purchase contract with a coal-burning utility that is undermining the community’s economy.
From RIVERA SUN we hear about solar energy and utility issues in the New Mexico town of Taos, where she and her partner live in a solar-heated home. Rivera is an OCCUPY ACTIVIST ( http://www.riverasun.com ) and radio host who’s written and community/self published three novels including BILLIONAIRE BUDDHIST and THE DANDELION INSURRECTION. With a beautiful voice and a gentle soul, Rivera tells us of her excursions into non-violence and of what too much money can do to people.
That’s how Paul Craig Roberts, our guest once again this week, describes how the financial powers of Wall Street have so dramatically changed the world he knew when working with Ronald Reagan back in the 1980’s An outspoken critic and observer of government, history and American institutions, Roberts provides bracing insights into what’s going on around us in a world of opaque power centers and political illusions. He looks back on how Wall Street influence has rolled over the ability of government to serve public interests, consolidated industries like media and banking, and left us all susceptible to a grand plan to turn public assets into mere financial instruments for payment of bank debt.
Interview with Robert Scheer, leading journalist, editor of the on-line news site, Truth Dig, and the author of They Know Everything About You: How Data-Collecting Corporations and Snooping Government Agencies Are Destroying Democracy
The World Health Organization’s Private Vaccine Laboratory – how intentional is the lack of safety in vaccine ingredients? With Christina England
This episode NBL discusses rising sea levels, idealism and off grid homesteading with guests Ted and Maggie Silk from Tournesol Farms in Mule Creek, New Mexico. Download this episode (right click and save)
Part I: Simon Lester, Pascha Chocolate
Simon-LesterSimon Lester is an Entrepreneurial CEO & strategist who focuses on consumer facing industries & investment opportunities. He founded PASCHA born from a desire to create the simplest, purest and most delicious chocolate, without any of the additives or ingredients that might trigger allergic reactions for those with food allergies or intolerances.
Part II: Jaimela Dulaney, MD, Plant-Based Wellness
jaimela-dulaneyJaimela Dulaney was born in Morgantown, West Virginia. She went to West Virginia University for undergraduate and medical school. She then did her residency and cardiology fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh. She was on faculty at WVU before moving to Florida to begin private practice. Exercise is key to a healthy life. Dr. Dulaney leads by example enjoying marathon running and triathlon. She completed her first Ironman Florida in 2013 and does several marathons each year.
In episode 50 of “The Infectious Myth”, David Crowe talks about long-term non-progressors, people who have lived with a positive HIV diagnosis, for many years, without taking drugs, or with taking them only for a short time. As well as people who stopped the drugs after several years, and whose health never completely recovered. The episode includes two interviews that …
This week, there are two films being featured on the theme of Conscious Conception, pregnancy, birth and beyond. These films focus on the in utero experience of the embryo-fetus-infant, from conception forward, as the formative time of human development. It’s a fascinating period of time too frequently neglected in understanding human nature, attitudes, behavior and intelligence. The first film is Life Imitates Birth …
On Being A Woman: Notes on An Evolution All societies exert extraordinary power and influence in shaping not only an aggregate or collective identity, but the individual identity as well. Social “rules”—some of them static, others dynamic—define widely held customs and values, how we relate to each other, and how we see ourselves within the context of the whole. American …