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A Just Cause – Spotlight on Capitol Hill & Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton – 09.25.16

The host Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks will be Shining a Spotlight on Capitol Hill and Democratic Party Nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton, currently running for the President of the United State’s office in the 2016 election.

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Catherine J Frompovich – Is Your Pet Animal Over-Vaccinated?

Most of the vaccine safety questioning and advocacy issues have been about vaccinations for children, but  very little media attention has been focused on our beloved pets, who also get inordinate amounts of vaccinations with resulting adverse side effects. In my research networks, I’m very lucky to have a most vaccine-intelligent veterinarian who shares vaccine research information affecting both animals …

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Dady Chery – I, Hillary Rodham Clinton: Haiti’s Pay-to-Play IHRC

From its inception, and well before it made $10 billion of earthquake aid money disappear, Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC) was a vicious joke on Haitians. The original name, Commission Intérimaire pour la Reconstruction d’Haïti, should have been simply translated as Interim Commission for the Reconstruction of Haiti. After all, it was the commission that was …

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The Infectious Myth – Charles Ortel on the Clinton Foundation – 09.13.16

In episode 115 David interviews Charles Ortel, an investment researcher, who has called the Clinton Foundation a giant financial scam. He claims that the financial reports of the organization are not transparent, and his research supports the idea that donors to the foundation are doing it in order to get political favors, not because they want to solve the problems of AIDS, poverty or climate change. And, in fact, his research shows that not much of the money raised is actually going into programs or being transferred to other charities that have real programs. Welcome to this murky world.

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Jane Mayer – A Whistle-Blower Accuses the Kochs of ‘Poisoning’ an Arkansas Town

n June, Koch Industries, the conglomerate owned by the billionaires Charles and David Koch, launched a new corporate public-relations campaign called “End the Divide,” to advance the notion that Koch Industries is deeply concerned by growing inequality in America. An ad for the campaign urges viewers to “look around,” as an image of an imposing white mansion is replaced by …

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Energy Stew – Crystal Andrus Morissette – 09.09.16

Managing Your Emotional Edge – Energy Stew interview with Crystal Morissette When we can understand and manage our emotions, we can live with more empowerment. Crystal Andrus Morissette has written a wonderful book, “The Emotional Edge”, to help people find their hidden strengths when they can become more emotionally discerning. She covers many topics ranging from communication to attitude and …

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Nika Knight – Debtors’ Prison for Kids: Poor Children Incarcerated When Families Can’t Pay Juvenile Court Fees

Many states are incarcerating poor children whose families can’t afford to pay juvenile court fees and fines, a report published Wednesday finds, which amounts to punishing children for their families’ poverty—and that may be unconstitutional. Although the growing practice of incarcerating adults who are unable to pay municipal and court fees and fines has been documented for several years, as Common Dreams has noted, the latest report from the …

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Vanessa Beeley – The Bloody Legacy of American Exceptionalism

here are many theories surrounding the origin of American exceptionalism. The most popular in US folklore, being that it describes America’s unique character as a “free” nation founded on democratic ideals and civil liberties. The Declaration of Independence from British colonial rule is the foundation of this theory and has persevered throughout the often violent history of the US since …

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Nadia Prupis – Humanity Just Ate Through Planet’s Annual Resource Budget Faster Than Ever

Earth Overshoot Day—the day on which people worldwide have officially used up more natural resources like air, food, and water than the planet can regenerate in a year—has come early. The 2016 threshold was hit on Monday, making it the fastest pace yet, according to a new report by the Global Footprint Network, which measures the dubious milestone every year. That’s …