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Insight – MOTOVADED MAGAZINE, FIGHTING HERO AND 1ST NON-VERBAL HOST SCORES SHOW & CHANNING TATUM – 05.05.16

Kayla Kahn and Samantha Stewart, co-founders of Motovaded Magazine – share how their vastly different backgrounds brought them together as a couple and to create an innovative platform where stories of love and loss, hope and despair depict how courageous and strong people are, especially in times of adversity. www.motovadedmagazine.com

Carly Fleischmann is an incredible 21-year old non-verbal woman who is not only hysterical as a talk show host where her Autism doesn’t limit or define her, she’s living her dream that includes having Channing Tatum as her very first guest.

And Mark talks about the rock show of the year, boxer/hero “Sugar” Shane Mosley and what cities are NOT following South Carolina’s transgender blunder.

Have Mark speak at your school, college or corporation to share his riveting life experiences on overcoming adversity, celebrating differences, mental health, drugs/alcohol and more. Info at: www.markfarrellmotivation.com

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Let’s Create A Better World – 04.09.16

Dr. Nathan Rabb, a noted holistic naturopath doctor speaks about a special method of how he helps his clients learn how to heal their own self by natural method. Dr. Rabb works with all types of people in life but many who are struggling with their health and/or struggling financially as he finds it in his heart to help them. Dr. Rabb talks about growing up on small farm in South Carolina where his Mother treated him with herbs that she pulled from weeds on the farm for any illnesses he went through in life. Dr. Rabb talks to our listeners of how he teaches clients different methods of detoxing, cleansing, changing their diet, supplements, vitamins and herbs. The discussion goes on to heart disease, brain disease, memory loss, diabetes and other related dis-eases.

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Plutonium from Japan to be disposed of underground in New Mexico

U.S.-bound plutonium that has recently been shipped out of Japan will be disposed of at a nuclear waste repository in New Mexico after being processed at the Savannah River Site facility in South Carolina, according to an official of the National Nuclear Security Administration. “The plutonium will be diluted into a less sensitive form at the SRS and then transported …

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Dave Johnson – Fact-Check This: Arrogance Of Elites Helps Drive The Trump Phenomenon

For some time now most of the people in this country have been under economic pressure. Pay is not going up very much or at all, while living costs keep rising. One recent statistic stands out – 63 percent of Americans would have difficulty raising $500 to cover an emergency, like a sudden need for car repair so they can …

WASHINGTON - SEPTEMBER 13: Former President George W. Bush (L) and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrive at the Summit to Save Lives on September 13, 2011 in Washington, DC. The event introduced a new initiative to screen women in developing countries for cervical and breast cancer. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

Michael Sainato – The Troubling Friendship of Hillary Clinton and George W. Bush

A photo of Hillary Clinton and George W. Bush smiling in embrace recently surfaced at former first lady Nancy Reagan’s funeral. The image gives light to the intimate relationship between the Bush and Clinton families—particularly that of Hillary and George W. In the most recent Democratic town hall on MSNBC, Ms. Clinton told Chris Matthews her vote for the Iraq War—a manifestation of the Bush administration—was born from her agreement with George …

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Robert Reich – Are Trade Deals Good for America?

Both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are blaming free-trade deals for the decline of working-class jobs and incomes. Are they right? Clearly, America has lost a significant number of factory jobs over the last three decades. In 1980, 1 in 5 Americans worked in manufacturing. Now it’s 1 in 12. Today Ohio has a third fewer manufacturing jobs than it had in 2000. Michigan is down 32 …

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Rising Seas on Path to Devastate Coastal US Cities Home to 13 Million

U.S. coastal communities, home to more than 13 million people, are at risk of being completely flooded by rising sea levels within the century under a worst-case climate change scenario, new research publishedMonday reveals. In a scenario involving a 6ft rise by 2100, a total of 13.1 million people—more than 6 million of whom would be living in Florida—would be at risk …

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Dave Johnson – “Free Trade”: The Elites Are Selling It But The Public Is Longer Buying

“Free trade”: The elites are selling it but the public is longer buying it. Look at the support for Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump, especially in light of Sanders’ surprise 20-point comeback in this week’s Michigan primary. With primaries coming soon in Ohio, Illinois, Missouri and North Carolina, will Sanders’ trade appeal resonate again? Voters See Free Trade …

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Why I Left the Right: How Studying Religion Made Me a Liberal

It was January 20, 2001, and I was at George W. Bush’s inaugural ball. I had spent months campaigning for him, and it had not been easy. After the Florida electoral debacle complete with “hanging chads,” Katherine Harris (and her 15 minutes of shame), and ultimately the Supreme Court’s Bush v. Gore decision, I was finally enjoying the fruits of …

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VIJAY PRASHAD – The World After Obama

When United States President Barack Obama accepted the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009, he said: “Perhaps the most profound issue surrounding my receipt of this prize is the fact that I am the Commander-in-Chief of the military of a nation in the midst of two wars.” Obama meant the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, although this is a modest answer. …