Sexual Energy Experts – Doctors Rob and Janelle Alex – are mentoring couples around the world. They are best selling authors, speakers and hosts of the top-rated Mission Date Night podcast (www.missiondatenight.com). Dr. Diana interviewed Drs. Rob and Janelle about Sexy Secrets Behind Business. Your romantic relationship and your sex life have great impact on your business and your career whether it’s a conscious effort or not. When your romantic relationship and your sex life are thriving you’ll have more confidence, be more productive, tap into more creativity and feel happier on the whole. We also discussed Dr. Rob’s dissertation: Orgasmic Laughter: Sex and Humor are Unexpected Portals to the Universe. This couple really knows how to have a playfully passionate and sexy relationship! They are also amazing teachers. Part 2 on March 15th will focus on Merging Sexuality and Spirituality.
Guy and Mike entertained calls from listeners on this week’s show. Topics ranged from local to international, and included abrupt climate change, human behavior, the Breakthrough Energy Coalition, American Geophysical Union, and the methane situation at Porter Ranch.
Jim West discusses Zika virus with David Crowe. How the story of the virus originated. Why a virus that was never blamed for anything other than mild symptoms before was suddenly blamed for microcephaly in infants. What is microcephaly, how frequent is it normally and how is it that pesticides, vaccines and GMO mosquitoes not being considered as possible causes? You will learn a whole lot more about Zika in this episode compared with listening to or reading the fear-mongering and misdirections of the mainstream media and mainstream public health organizations like W.H.O.
“Erratum: Jim West referred to a monkey being kept in an environment of 104F. Actually it was the monkey’s body temperature. 104F is the upper range of the normal body temperature for this species, so was not even a fever.”
Party Favors: The Jesse Jackson-Bernie Sanders Diss-Connection
Four days to the Democratic Party’s fourth primary—this one in South Carolina—and all eyes are on the state’s black vote, which could put Hillary Clinton way ahead of Bernie Sanders on the road to the party’s nomination or validate and broaden the appeal of Sanders’ populist campaign. Either way, the South Carolina primary will be a historic marker, a watershed moment, as it was three decades ago, when the Rev. Jesse Jackson made a long-shot bid for the presidency and found political salvation in the black vote from his home state and support from the then-mayor of Burlington, Vermont. Leid Stories explains the parallels in Jackson’s and Sanders’ presidential bids and the civil-rights leader’s sudden aversion to progressive politics.
Professor James Galbraith is a distinguished professor and Chair of Government and Business Relations at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas in Austin and the son of renowned economist John Kenneth Galbraith. James is the Chair of the international organization Economists for Peace and Security and a Senior Scholar of the Levy Economics Institute. In the early 80s, he served on the Congressional staff as the Executive Director of the Joint Economic Committee. Prof. Galbraith holds degrees from Harvard and Yale universities and has written many critical books challenging the nation’s predominant economic policy legislation and the paradigm from which it is based. His latest book is, “The End of Normal: The Great Crisis and the Future of Growth” and a new book “Inequality: What Everyone Needs to Know” will be released in March from Oxford University Press.
“Presidential Puppetry” author Andrew Kreig came on the show to discuss the elite power structure behind the office of the President of the US and how US government officials are able to be blackmailed due to their involvement in pedophilia and sexual abuse which negatively harms the whole country.
How consumer savvy are you when purchasing prescription drugs, meeting people on dating sites and even choosing a therapist?
How important is sex in our lives? And how do American’s sex lives compare to others around the world?
Beatty’s advice and insights will educate and empower you and keep you safe!
Haiti’s Interim President Jocelerme Privert’s Ties to Washington
The Nevada Primary: Race to the Finish for Republicans and Democrats
Hillary Clinton’s handpicked president of Haiti, Michel Martelly, prohibited by law to seek reelection after his five-year term, unwillingly left office Feb. 7, leaving behind a leadership vacuum and a nation mired in poverty, corruption, political chaos, protests and partisan violence. Haiti’s Parliament named Jocelerme Privert, president of the National Assembly, interim president on Feb. 14, and immediately he began talking about putting the nation on the right track. But Kim Ives, editor of Haïti Liberté, reports that many are concerned about Privert’s ties to Washington.
The Feb. 20 primary elections in Nevada netted wins for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, a fatal blow to Jeb Bush’s candidacy, and incontrovertible proof that race matters in America. Leid Stories explains.
Gary gives you the latest in Health and Nutrition. Gary then discusses the latest news going on in the world and plays some great You Tube clips as well. Here are the two You Tube clips to enjoy.
YOU TUBE CLIP – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8k4nmRZx9nc
TITLE: This Video SHOULD Cost Hillary Clinton The Black Vote
DESCRIPTION: WATCH Hillary Clinton’s racist “super predators” speech. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks breaks down the speech and what Clinton really meant. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. “Is Hillary Clinton really the kind of candidate who will rally progressives and the black community behind her when she refers to urban youth as “super predators” with “no conscience, no empathy”?
YOU TUBE CLIP – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHlLRge45sg
TITLE: Making A Killing: The Untold Story Of Psychotropic Drugging (Documentary)
DESCRIPTION: This is a Documentary and will provide the facts about psychotropic drugs and the huge profits they create for the pharmaceutical industry. These drugs are not safe and have not been on the market long enough to provide sufficient long term studies regarding their effects. These drugs do cause addiction, however most “doctors” would call this dependence because you do not have to take an increasing dose over time. They are completely fine with you being addicted to the same amount of any given drug on a daily basis. Over half of the people that commit suicide in the United States are prescribed to psychotropic drugs. (Ex: Paxil (Paroxetine), Zoloft (Sertraline), Prozac, Wellbutrin (Bupropion), Effexor, Seroquil, Ultram (Tramadol), etc.)
Welcome, to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective with Glen Ford and his co-host, Nellie Bailey.
– Dr. Gerald Horne, the prolific author and professor of political science at the University of Houston, has another book out. It’s titled, “Paul Robeson: The Artist as Revolutionary.” Paul Robeson was an NFL-class athlete, spoke 12 languages, a movie star who was one of the biggest draws in the American musical theater, and was probably the best-known American in the world at the height of his popularity, in the early 1940s. Yet, no more than 20 years later, the crusading artist and social activists’ name had been all but erased from public discourse in the United States. How could that happen? We asked Dr. Horne.
– An analysis of employment statistics shows the Black jobless rate in Virginia, the state with the lowest Black unemployment rate in the nation, is the same as the white jobless rate in West Virginia, the state with the highest white unemployment rate, at 6.7 percent. What does this tell us about the so-called economic recovery? We spoke with Dr. Valerie Wilson, of the Washington-based Economic Policy Institute.
– Turkey is threatening to invade neighboring Syria, creating a direct confrontation with Russian military forces. Political analyst Eric Draitser, founder of StopImperialism.com, appeared recently on Russia Today’s “Cross Talk” program. Draitser says Turkish President Erdogan is playing with fire.
– Hillary Clinton is one step closer to becoming Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Armed Forces, with her victory in Nevada. That’s a scary thought, as far as Dr. Stephen Zunes, is concerned. Zunes is Professor of Politics and International Studies, at San Francisco University. He says Hillary Clinton stoked the flames of war while Secretary of State.
– Ticket sales are soaring for Beyonce’s world tour. The Superstar seems to have profited from the controversy over her Black Panther-flavored performance at the Superbowl. Black Agenda Report editor Ajama Baraka, a co-founder of the U.S. Human Rights Network, says there’s nothing oppositional, much less revolutionary, about Beyonce’s “Formation” album. He also maintains that neither Bernie Sanders nor Ta-Nehisi Coates represents a challenge to the U.S. imperial order.
– Public television last week showed the acclaimed Stanley Nelson film, “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution,” which previously had been playing in selected theaters. Former Black Panther Kathleen Cleaver was honored at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, in Detroit. Cleaver recounted how she became involved with the Black Panther Party.
– The nation’s best-known political prisoner, Mumia Abu Jamal, is also a renowned author. Abu Jamal gives a boost to a former political prisoner’s latest book.
– Khalil Bennet is also imprisoned in Pennsylvania. Bennet is what inmates call “a child-lifer” – a person given a life sentence for a crime committed while he was a juvenile. The Supreme Court recently ruled that such sentences are cruel and unusual, setting the stage for the release of thousands of prisoners. Khalil Bennet says, when these former child-lifers are let loose, they can become the cadre of a new movement.