Leid Stories—The Starbucks Defensive: How People of Color Will End Up Saving A Coffee Empire—05.29.18

Coffee giant Starbucks this afternoon is closing more than 8,000 of its stores nationwide to provide racial-bias training for its 175,000 workers. The companywide training comes after Starbucks issued a public apology for the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia store. The manager of the store said the men were “trespassing,” even though they were waiting only minutes …

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The Gary Null Show – 04.25.18

Today is April 25th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment. Health Topics Covered Study links night exposure to blue light with breast and prostate cancer. Pycnogenol French Maritime Pine Bark Extract Reduces Jet Lag, Study Finds Lack of iron and B12 tied to aggression in …


Expat Files – 10.15.17

#1- Everything you need to know about hiring, firing and interviewing domestics, maids, and cleaning ladies. Interviewees are coming from a completely different lifestyle, world view and social situation than you, so then what questions should you be asking in a interview? How much should you pay? What about benefits, hours and time off? Will she want to be on …


Trends This Week – Where is the outrage? – 09.13.17

In this episode of Trends this Week Gerald Celente speaks on how the media has handled coverage of one of the darkest days in our country’s history; 9/11. Nowhere in the mainstream media was there mention of the tragedy or the endless wars it has created, yet many are still outraged by a few freaks in Charlottesville. Download this episode …


Alternative Visions – America’s Crisis: What Can Be Done? – 04.21.17

With a ‘false right populism’ of Trump replacing the previous ‘false left populism’ of Obama, Jack Rasmus raises the question ‘What Can Be Done’?  Arguing against ‘inside-outside’ strategies to reform the two dominant political parties, against spontaneous rebellions from below that dissipate with little gained, and the dead-end of fragmenting identity politics—all of which go nowhere in terms of change—Jack …


Project Censored – 02.28.17

The program opens  with an update on the general strike of February 17, with organizer Michelle Rodino-Colocino  (the program was recorded that day). A summary of recent underreported stories follows, then Caitlin Remmel speaks  about Brand New Congress, a campaign intended to field  citizen-responsive candidates in every House district in 2018.  Next, the legendary organizer Charlotte Hill O’Neill (“Mama C”) …


Leid Stories—Breaking Rules: Shirley Chisholm’s 1972 Presidential Bid—02.16.17

Her historic 1972 presidential bid—the first for an African-American woman from a major party—all at once presented Shirley Chisholm, a congresswoman from Brooklyn, with a multitude of challenges, both within the Democratic Party and outside it.