Restoring the paranormal and unexplained phenomenon as a legitimate subject of study and the limitations of our postmodern materialist worldview
Host Ellen Kamhi, PhD RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Dr. Andrew Campbell. Dr. Campbell trained at the Orlando Regional Medical Center in Florida and at the Medical College of Georgia before moving to Houston, Texas, where he was the medical director of the Medical Center for Immune and Toxic Disorders for over 20 years. His practice was immunology and toxicology. He has held various leadership positions in hospitals in Houston. Dr. Campbell served both on the faculty and as a member on the admissions committee for the University of Texas Medical School. He founded the St. John Vianney Clinic for the indigent and served as president in a number of medical organizations, both national and international. He is currently the editor-in-chief of two peer reviewed and indexed medical journals. Dr. Campbell has received awards from many organizations, both medical and consumer, national and international. He is fluent in English, French, Spanish, and Hungarian. He has been featured on 20/20, the Montel Williams Show, 24 Hour Investigative News, NBC, ABC and CBS affiliates throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. Dr. Campbell has published over 80 peer-reviewed journal articles and medical textbook chapters. He presents for INNOVISION PROFESSIONAL MEDIA- conferences for Integrative Medical Professionals. http://www.innovisionhm.com/index.html, including INFLAMMATION, Cooling the Heat http://innovisionhm.com/Inflammation/
The CRISIS AT PACIFICA is at the breaking point. The network of five crucial radio stations in New York, DC, Houston, Los Angeles and Berkeley is on the brink of bankruptcy. Always full of faction, the stations are now close to collapse.
We are joined by STEVE BROWN, JAN GOODMAN, MYLA RESON and GARY NULL to discuss the depth of the stations’ problems and if, how and why the network can be saved.
It wasn’t very long ago that people would talk about the weather in order to avoid discussing contentious topics like politics and religion. But, like the Black Rhino, those days are long gone. Daily dumping and pumping tons of pollutants into the world, our political economy is now known to significantly influence meteorological phenomena; and the once anodyne subject of the …
Welcome, to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host, Nellie Bailey. Coming up: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is trying to pull every Republican voter and fat cat contributor into her Big Tent Democratic Party, but what does that mean for Black and working people? And, Black activists remember the legacy of Robert Williams, the former NAACP leader in Monroe, North Carolina, who championed Black people’s right to armed self defense.
On yesterday’s program, our guest, historian Gerald Horne, offered a comprehensive analysis of Election 2016 and the many reasons it is a watershed moment in U.S. social and political history. He returns today to answer listeners’ questions. Dr. Horne is the John J. and Rebecca Moores Chair of History and African American Studies at the University of Houston. He is …
This year’s presidential election, we’re constantly told, is, and ever will be, “historic.” Thinking minds immediately should erect their best defenses, for U.S. history has a very peculiar history; it almost never tells the whole story, and its chief purpose is to secure and undergird the interests of the power elite.
All week this week, Leid Stories’ listeners are our political scientists deconstructing for us the Green Party and its impact (actual and/or possible) on the presidential election and on independent politics in particular.
The Green Party ended its four-day national convention in Houston, Texas, yesterday with resounding endorsements of their standard-bearers in the general election—physician Jill Stein for president, and human-rights activist Ajamu Baraka for vice president. The convention was one of the latest to be held in the current political season, just three months before Election Day. But the newly launched Stein-Baraka ticket has deep roots in nonmainstream activism and politics, Stein said; their nominations formally gave them permission to represent the party and its constituent base in an election in which an alternative to the duopoly is urgently needed.
ne evening in november of 2002, Carol Batie was sitting on her living-room couch in Houston, flipping through channels on the television, when she happened to catch a teaser for an upcoming news segment on KHOU 11, the local CBS affiliate. She leapt to her feet. “I scared the kids, I was screaming so loud,” Batie told me recently. “I said, …