Kansas correspondent Mike Caddell, to discuss the release from Ft. Leavenworth prison of whisteblower extraordinaire Chelsea Manning, the case of released, rearrested and re-released Anonymous hacker Barrett Brown, and of how the rolling Trump presidential disaster is playing in ultra-Red State Kansas. Download this episode (right click and save)
This week’s program looks at recent events in Honduras, including the 2009 coup, the 2012 killing of four villagers by a joint US-Honduran patrol at Ahuas,
and the March 2016 assassination of indigenous environmental campaigner Berta Caceres. The guests examine some of the underlying institutions and circumstances there,
including the heavily militarized Honduran police, the US “drug war,” and US willingness to use drug trafficking accusations to bring down critics of the country’s ruling party.
Co-host Maria Robinson is with the Honduran Solidary Network in California.
Karen Spring is also with the Honduran Solidarity Network, and is based in Honduras.
Judy Ancel is president of the Cross-Border Network for Justice and Solidarity, based in Kansas City.
On Today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis features the work of Eric Butterworth, who served as a minister, author, and radio personality. His work, based on Unity principles, focused on the divinity of all people. His desire was that everyone would know their oneness with God. Today’s program features a recording called:
“The Basis of Positive Thinking” an excerpt from the talk “The Art of Thinking” by Eric Butterworth which offers inspiration on understanding the potency of subjective transcendental thought.
Kathryn also shares information about her upcoming programs and events.
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Poor physical fitness in middle age may be linked to a smaller brain size 20 years later, according to a study published in the February 10, 2016, online issue ofNeurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. “We found a direct correlation in our study between poor fitness and brain volume decades later, which indicates accelerated brain aging,” …