#7- Johnny’s new “Expat Essentials Course” is a Plan B blueprint for people who can’t get “boots on the ground” just yet. It’s the next best way to get started without coming to Latin America yourself. Go to www.ExpatPlanB.com for the three video intros to my new “Expat Essentials” course.
The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks Shining a Spotlight on Capitol Hill and U.S. Congressman Ted Poe, who is a leading advocate in Washington for limited government, free markets, low taxes and individual liberty.
During this informative and practical exploration, Dr. wall describes the problem of breast cancer, the shortcomings of traditional treatments and the potential benefits of adjunctive natural treatments including dietary, exercise and nutritional supplements. Question such as, “can nutritional supplements and dietary lifestyle improvements reduce breast wrist?”, Can nutritional supplements specifically help traditional treatments such as radiation and chemo therapy or should nutritional supplements be avoided in the circumstances?” During this informative and practical discussion Dr. Michael Wald, blood detective, will share his 26 years of experience and recent research summary’s in the area of nutrition and natural medicine. Dr. Walter be reached at: info at Integrated nutrition and Y.com and www.blahdetective.com. His email is: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. His phone number at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco is 9142428844.
America – The CrossRhodes Featuring Raheem DeVaughn and Wes Felton – R&B/Hip Hop
Theme Song From Which Way Is Up – Stargard – R&B/Funk – 1977
I’ll Turn To Stone – The Four Tops – R&B – 1966
Leaving Here – Eddie Holland – R&B – 1963
Nowhere To Run – Martha and the Vandellas – R&B – 1965
Lowdown – Boz Scaggs – R&B – 1976
You Can’t Hurt Me No More – The Opals – 1964
We’ve Gotta Find A Way Back To Love – Freda Payne – R&B – 1973
Money (That’s What I Want) – Barrett Strong – R&B – 1959
Smarty Pants – First Choice – R&B – 1973
The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game – The Marvelettes – R&B – 1966
A Stolen Election, interview with Greg Palast
Jack Rasmus discusses the economics behind why Trump won the election, and the economic legacies of the Obama regime behind why the white working class in the great lakes region—from Pennsylvania to Wisconsin—abandoned the Democrats and voted against the political elites and Clinton. Jack refers listeners to his shows earlier this year and predictions this would happen. (see also articles on his blog, jackrasmus.com). The no-college white working class vote was key, along with lower turnout for Clinton among Latinos, youth, and even African-Americans compared to 2008 and even 2012. The show then reviews the areas of economic consequences expected from a Trump election, including: booming stock markets, rising bond interest rates, big corporate tax cuts coming quickly, Infrastructure spending, more price gouging by pharmaceutical companies and health insurers, the early dismantling of Obamacare and Dodd-Frank bank regulation acts, likely repeal of alternative energy credits, restoration of the Keystone pipeline project, gutting of the EPA’s funding, suspension of proposed industrial plant emissions, refusal to implement the Paris climate accords, boosted production of gas fracking, pipelines, and coal production, an immediate Federal Reserve rate hike in December and more likely in 2017 now, renewed attacks on social security, surging government deficits and debt, general deregulation of business and across the board repeal of Obama executive orders and passage of anti-Latino immigration legislation. The consequences for the global economy are also considered, with focus on emergency markets currency collapse, capital flight and further recessions, rising US dollar and falling oil prices, China’s currency devaluation, Europe and Japan QE policies, and likely measures addressing free trade including NAFTA, TPP, and TTIP.
It’s “Free Your Mind Friday” on Leid Stories, our weekly open forum in which listeners trade information, opinions and ideas—usually on major news issues and developments, but on any subject they consider worthy of further discussion and debate.
Today On The Gary Null Show Gary opens up with the latest in health and healing, discussing a new study on Vitamin D, how accupuncture is better than morphine for pain. In the enviorment part of the program Gary cover the topic of climate change, In the last half of the show Gary Null goes into a commentary on Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and the democratic establishment.
On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis will have a conversation with vibration healer Sylvia Moss. In segment two Kathryn and Sylvia will talk about “Spiritual Life in the age of Trump”
Get to know your life through your cards in this interview with Alexander Dunlop.