The Law of Attraction on Facebook Social media is ground zero for the latest rumblings among people where the Law of Attraction is concerned. I’ve spent the past week in a particular Facebook group called, “Law Of Attraction Change My Life GROUP”, and it’s been an intriguing experience. Some of it is really good, some of it is just plain …
Investigative reporter, author, educator and activist Paul DeRienzo has been reporting on Leid Stories about the scary state of nuclear programs and facilities in the United States. He now turns his attention toward Europe’s missteps with malfunctioning nuclear systems and the devastating challenges and consequences they are having way beyond their borders. Black voters in Alabama yesterday helped deliver a …
Today is June 5th 2017 and The Gary Null Show is here today to bring you the latest in health and healing along with new information from the environment and commentaries on the latest in the political world. Download this episode (right click and save)
Today On the Gary Null Show, Gary talks about the topics of the benefits that the sunlight can provide. Low carb diets and how to help speed up for metabolism. In the second half of the program Gary Null goes into a deep commentary on the enviorment and wraps the show up with a commentary on soultions for the youth before opening up the Phone lines for talkback.
Speaking from experience, there is nothing more frustrating than finishing a batch of canned goods only to find that some, or even all, of your jars didn’t seal. While there are a variety of reasons your jars might not be sealing, I’m going to focus on issues with the main components: the jars, the lids and the rings. The Jars …
A look at Hillary Clinton and the Clinton family regime through the eyes of Bill’s former mistress for almost 20 years
A few months from now, this blog will complete its tenth year of more-or-less-weekly publication. In words the Grateful Dead made famous, it’s been a long strange trip: much longer and stranger than I had any reason to expect, certainly, when I typed up that first essay and got it posted on what was still, to me, the alien landscape of …
Thousands of supporters, hungry for “political revolution,” braved rare sub-freezing temperatures in Alabama on Monday night to rally around the man they hope might bring it. “There must be a mistake,” Sen. Bernie Sanders joked to the diverse crowd of 7,000. “Somebody told me Alabama is a conservative state.” The presidential hopeful marked Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at Birmingham’s …
– Upstate groups rally for secession. Yeah, upstate NY and Alabama Good luck with that, both of you. If they were to get their wish, they’d both go under financially in less than 18 months.
– Cop pays for hotel for homeless mom and daughter. So often, we badmouth all police as if there’s no difference among them. This story shows it’s not true.
– From local Kentucky fixture to lightning rod. This woman, Kim Davis, should either be summarily fired or impeached for failing to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples, as required by law. And this from a woman who has been married four times, twice to the same man. Oh yeah, that all happened before she found God.
– Obama gets votes needed on Iran nuclear deal. Sen. Barbara Mikluski was the 34th vote. Now the Republicans and warhawks can go on to another issue. Wanna bet they won’t?
– After playing down a homeless crisis, de Blasio changes course. He needed to, after the person tasked with fixing the problem quit.
– Sony altered “Concussion” film to prevent NFL protests, e-mails show. And Sony doesn’t even do direct business with the league. Guess is, they’re backing away from showing any league responsibility in crippling injuries.
– Power failure snarls Long Island Railroad service. Even the NY Times is starting to realize this, and NJ Transit’s similar problems are a function of infrastructure neglect. Question is, who is to be held accountable?
– Hearing starts in Freddie Gray’s police death case. This one may not be as simple as some black activists want it to be or think it will be.
– Man accused of gunning down Texas deputy at gas station had history of mental illness. Story here is that Texas authorities at first blamed Black Lives Matter. They had to back away from that one. Notice, however, the use of race in this case, where there was no mention of whatever demons drove the white guy in Louisiana to kill a state trooper who had stopped to help him.
– Judge in California delivers Uber’s worst nightmare. This has to do with whether drivers are employees or contractors, and it may have national implications. Cute commercials may not get them out of this.
In the early 19th century, industrial society began to be governed by new rules: Traditions were forgotten and replaced by purely economic laws. Labor was viewed as a commodity, like coal or grain, and wages were paid according to the laws of supply and demand, without regard for the needs of the workers. Wages fell to starvation levels, hours of …
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