On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discussed these topics plus gave everyone 15 great minutes with Chris Hedges. Listen and click on the links inside to learn more and help this world more. Enjoy.
HPV Vaccines: Unnecessary and Lethal by Gary Null, Ph.D. and Richard Gale
Friends ‘better than morphine’
More than 40 percent of U.S. women are obese
Consumption of 100% fruit juice and risk of obesity and metabolic syndrome: Findings from the national health and nutrition examination Survey 1999–2004
Tea and grapes help u lose weight and have a healthier heart
Gary takes a quick music break and plays Bobby Womack – Nobody Wants You When You’re Down and Out. Gary comes back and goes right into to his conversation with his great guest, Chris Hedges. Here is a brief bio:
Chris Hedges is one of our nation’s most insightful cultural critics, social and political activists and investigative journalists. For almost 20 years he was a foreign correspondent in war zones and conflicts in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans, having reported for The New York Times, Christian Science Monitor and other news outlets. While at the Times, Chris received the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for reporting on global terrorism. That same year he received Amnesty International’s Global Award for Human Rights Journalism. Chris has authored many bestselling books. His most recent is “Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt”, a philosophical, historical and timely clarion call for a new revolution against a repressive political and corporate hegemony. Chris’ weekly column can be read every Monday at Truthdig.com and his TV program “Days of Revolt” is aired every Monday at 11 pm Eastern on Telesur TV
VIDEO: Bill Maher Battles Charlie Rose on Islam Ridiculousness
Gary goes to a quick break and plays : Kool & The Gang – Get Down On It. Gary then returns to finish the show:
Food grade diatomaceous earth is a great natural alternative to chemical pesticides
9 diseases linked to pesticides
The Weed killer glyphosate is being found everywhere—but will it hurt us?
Climate disruption dispatches, with Dahr Jamail
Climate disruption in overdrive: submerged cities and melting that “feeds on itself”