Start your weekend with Gary’s latest news in health and healing, for living a longer happier life. Then, stay tuned for environmental updates, and in-depth commentary. An empowering hour!
The science health benefits of oxygen therapy – with Scott Sherr.
Today, paying attention to pollutants in our air. What happens when a black site appears in the US exclusively for US citizens? Also, more on American exceptionalism and media perceptions concerning Nigeria. How organic farming can reverse agricultural problems.
Plus: Why climate science does not convince more people and how a new psychology might accelerate constructive climate action, with Per Espen Stoknes.
Fast Tracking the Trans Pacific Partnership – how more power is given to corporations to control government – with Ellen Brown.
A frightening news maker for New Yorkers – Giant fracking gas pipeline underway to flank the Indian Point Nuclear Power reactor plant – with Ellen Cantarow.
As always we start with the latest in health and healing, and good news in how to lead a longer happier life. Then, commentary and insights on environmentalism and a fresh definition for the US empire. And much more!
We begin with the latest on health and healing – what to do if you have prostate cancer, and what to do if you’re without purpose in life. Exercise linked to erectile function in men. Also, today is commentary day on a variety of topics, including readiness for environmental and manmade disasters, and the wasteful government bureaucracy of health care.
Today, the latest in health and healing, then a special commentary remembering Danny Schechter. We also cover other topics such as the government withholding documents, financial collapse leading to war, and the US prison system. Plus, a continuation of our series on fascism. And more!
From the environmental segment: an exploration of why the UN climate talks have wasted years. So you thought it was big tobacco that was the master manipulator? What about big sugar? A look at the sugar industry setting precedent for coverups.
Also, Louise Habakus on a fight in the NJ assembly and senate regarding vaccines. And much more.
RIP Cardinal Egan, Windell Middlebrooks, the Lite Beer guy, and NY Times reporter Claude Sitton Top Stories Democrats deplore Republican letter to Tehran on nuke talks. What else are they supposed to do, embrace it? This is no doubt one of the dumbest things I’ve ever seen a group of lawmakers do. What were they thinking? Does their hate of …