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Project Censored – 05.23.17

This week’s program is a panel discussion among the three hosts, examining some recent news stories. They begin with the death of musician Chris Cornell, and how corporate media frames individuals’ drug problems. Then, for the majority of the hour, they consider the multiple grounds for the impeachment of Donald Trump. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Leid Stories—The Game Plan: Destroy Trump, Claim Moral Victory, Divvy Up the Spoils, and Return to Regular Gangster Politics—05.18.17

The fever-pitch push for impeachment of President Trump is a dead giveaway that the game plan is in motion. The irony is, Chaos Man himself pulled the trigger. A series of actions simultaneously are being launched against him, essentially to shorten his stay in the White House, now at a mere 117 days. What’s the plan? Destroy Trump, Claim Moral …

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Energy Stew – Lisa Smartt – 04.21.17

Words at the Threshold –  Energy Stew interview with Lisa Smartt Listening to the dying is very important as they often can tell us much more than we expect. It’s also a way that we can help them move on. Often, they are straddling 2 worlds at the same time and are starting to have experiences from the other side. …

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Connect The Dots – J.P. Harpignies – 04.19.17

Listen to J.P. Harpignies, the Associate Producer of the Bioneers Conference, and the author of four books: Political Ecosystems, Double Helix Hubris, Delusions of Normality, and Animal Encounters, as well as of recent articles on Medium— in conversation about the ecology of our political system and the Four Deep Drivers of Destabilization— with Alison Rose Levy.

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Lauren McCauley – Fears Grow that Rule of Trump Will Suppress Rule of Law Under Sessions

Updated 2pm EDT: Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee invoked a procedural move called the two-hour rule—which, according to The Hill, prevents “holding committee meetings beyond the first two hours of the Senate’s day”—to push the attorney general vote until Wednesday. The move stalls the controversial confirmation of Sen. Jeff Sessions and came at the same time that Democrats on …

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Paul R. Pillar – Trump’s Incoherent Anti-Terrorism Policy

Donald Trump’s efforts, during his first week in office, to give substance to his campaign rhetoric have involved executive orders that have generated reactions ranging from bemusement over their vagueness to worried waiting for other shoes to drop. But the previous orders do not do as much quick damage, both to individual U.S. persons and their families and to broader U.S. …

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Leid Stories—The Trump Card vs the Clintons and The Clinton Foundation: How Will They Fare?—01.24.17

They’ve kept a low profile since the Electoral College declared Donald Trump the winner of the contentious 2016 presidential election, but Bill and Hillary Clinton were among the high-level contingent of former U.S. presidents and their wives witnessing Trump’s inauguration on Jan. 20.

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What Women Must Know – Makeover your Mindset and Start Making a Difference with Carren Smith – 12.15.16

Carren Smith is a survivor of the 2002 Bali Bombing along with many other challenges including the suicide of her De Facto and the personal impact of the 2004 Tsunami on her family. Carren’s comprehension, values, time, creativity and the meaning of life charges her presentations with passion, credibility and a deep and genuine commitment to extraordinary achievements for people.

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iEat Green – Sally Edwards- Chemical Footprint Project – 11.03.16

Dr. Sally Edwards has many years of experience in engaging a wide range of stakeholders to promote the environmental health of communities and develop safer and greener products. She is a senior research associate at the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She is a co- founder of the Chemical Footprint Project, which is designed to recognize corporate leadership in the use of safer chemicals. Sally facilitates the work of the Green Chemistry and Commerce Council’s Retailer Leadership Council, whose mission is to promote safer chemicals, materials and products across retail supply chains. Eight major retailers are active participants in the RLC. Sally also serves on the board of directors for Women’s Voices for the Earth. Sally holds a MS in Environmental Health Science from Harvard University and a BA in Human Biology from Stanford University. She completed her doctorate in Work Environment at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Her book, Beyond Child’s Play: Sustainable Product Design in the Global Doll-Making Industry, was published in 2009.