Alexandra Rosenmann – WTF, America: Of the World’s Most Sustainable Cities, Not One U.S. City Cracked the Top 20

If you thought this week already made America look bad… 1. America is first… in garbage. A very wealthy but environmentally reckless country needs your help ratifying a Climate Agreement. Will you travel thousands of miles to do it? That’s just what over two dozen world leaders [3] did this Wednesday in New York. The United States is the world’s second-largest greenhouse polluter [4], and …


It’s All About Food – Zsu Dever, Aquafaba, – 09.13.16

Part I: Caryn Hartglass, Detoxing Caryn will discuss the ins and outs of detoxing, the physical, the emotional and the spiritual.         Part II: Zsu Dever, Aquafaba Zsu Dever has been involved in the restaurant business most of her life. She hails from a long line of culinary professionals and restaurateurs. She is the author ofEveryday Vegan …


Meria Heller Show – 05.01.16

Born In the 1940’s We Remember with Meria Heller and Jim Fetzer.

Remember when we trusted government? Rigged elections, Bernie & Trump, Hillary and Libya, 9/11/01 the excuse to destabilize 7 countries, Chelsea on 2nd Amendment and her mother, Iran, AIPAC, Obamacare-premiums rising, Dental care? Where are the required handicapped parked spots at Sandy Hook? Where were the EMT’s/ambulances? Adam Lanza’s shrink arrested, Boston-9/11, Sandy Hook, San Bernardino-gun control, The 28 pages/Saudi Arabia/Obama, Las Vegas then and now, San Diego then and now, Trumps foreign policy speech, Tritium and other nuclear chemicals at Ground Zero, Cruz/Fiorina? Adulterer and Evangelical? Cyber attacks and much more.


Global shift in farmed fish feed may impact nutritional benefits ascribed to seafood

The fish-farming industry is increasing its use of plant-based ingredients in its feed and moving away from traditional feed made from fish, which could impact some of the health benefits of eating certain types of seafood, suggests a new analysis from the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The …


Young adults are more envious than their elders—and about more things

“Mirror, mirror, on the wall – who’s the fairest of them all?” New research doesn’t have an answer to that. But it does give clues as to who is the “enviest” and would have been more likely to pester (and fester) with the question in the first place: Snow White, not her stepmother. If only fairy tales lined up with …


Yelena Sukhoterina – Top 10 Toxic Fake Food Items Produced In China

Some Chinese websites have come out with instructional videos on how to make $70 a day by producing and selling fake eggs. The chemicals that are required are “Alginic Acid, Potassium Alum, Gelatin, Calcium Chloride, water and artificial color.” The eggshells are made from Calcium Carbonate. Eating these eggs may cause memory-loss and dementia. Source: InventorSpot.com 2. Walnuts stuffed with cement Read More


Norisa Diaz – Report documents rising cost of living in California

Over 3.2 million families in California, one of every three households, struggle every month to meet basic needs. The state’s economy would be considered the world’s eighth largest if it were a country, with a GDP of $2.312 trillion. Although they create this massive amount of social wealth through their labor, workers in the state find themselves in desperate living …

College kids’ homeless hell: Why a secret, massive crisis is getting even worse – MATTHEW SACCARO

With colleges spending billions on lavish housing developments, it’s easy to think that all students are living large. The sad reality? Student homelessness in higher education is a larger issue than most realize, with tens of thousands across the country homeless. There are questions on the FAFSA (free application for federal student aid) addressing homeless students — or “unaccompanied homeless …