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August 31, 2011  

Guests: Lawrence Joseph and Kevin Kamps

Lawrence Joseph is a seasoned investigative journalist who has been writing on science, nature, politics and business for over 25 years for such publications as the New York Times, Discover, Huffington and others. During the past several years Larry has been conducting in depth research into the 2012 phenomenon – but beyond religious speculation and prophesy, and instead what solar physics, astronomical phenomenon and global warming are telling us.

His most recent book, “Aftermath: A Guide to Preparing for and Surviving Apocalypse 2012” explores many of the scientifically founded crises such as solar activity, energy, polar cap melts, climate change and agriculture we are now facing.

Kevin Kamps the specialist in Radioactive Waste Storage and nuclear facility operations for Beyond Nuclear, a non profit organization opposing nuclear power and weapons and advocating for safeguarding our future. For years he was a leader opposing the nuclear industry’s efforts to dump radioactive waste in Yucca Mountain Nevada and to challenge federal subsidies for new reactors and nuclear waste projects. He has traveled to Chernobyl which resulted in his founding a chapter of the International Chernobyl Children’s Project and continues to network with anti-nuclear groups across the nation protesting the relicensing of old decaying reactors and efforts to shut existing ones down. He is among the experts that appear in Knocking on the Devil’s Door.

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August 30, 2011  

Guest: Senator Mike Gravel

Senator Mike Gravel served as the democratic US Senator for Alaska between 1969 to 1981, having served on committees of Finance, Interior, Environment, chairing the energy committee and participating in the subcommittees addressing environmental pollution. In the early 1950s he was a special agent in the Army’s Counter Intelligence Corps. Sen. Gravel is perhaps best known for publishing the Pentagon Papers which led to the litigation of Gravel versus the US resulting in a landmark Supreme Court decision.

He is now spearheading a new organizational campaign -- the Citizens 911 Commission Campaign – that would put on state ballots an initiative that would authorize a new investigation into the 911 events and that would be vested with grand jury powers.

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August 29, 2011  

Guest: Ellen Brown

Ellen Brown is an economist and attorney who is now the President and Chairman of the Public Banking Institute – a non profit economic venture to find viable, sustainable solutions to America’s banking crises by promoting people-owned state and community banks. She has written extensively about the private financial cartels and the Federal Reserve. Her book, “Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System and How We Can Break Free” analyses in depth how Wall Street and its hold on Washington control money for their self-interests. Ellen runs the WebOfDebt.com blog, which has her articles about the financial crisis, Administration’s handling of it, as well as new banking models for protecting the public.

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August 26, 2011  

Guest: Professor Joel Bakan

Prof. Joel Bakan is a lawyer and professor of constitutional and economic law and an internationally recognized legal scholar at the University of British Columbia. He was a Rhodes scholar and has law degrees from Oxford, Dalhousie and Harvard universities.

Joel was the author of the best selling book that turned into a documentary, “The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power,” which won 23 international awards, including the Sundance Cinema-Documentary Award. Following up on epidemic of corporate dysfunction, his new “Childhood Under Seige: How Big Business Targets Children” investigates the widespread exploitation of children by profit-seeking firms and our government’s and society’s failure to protect them.

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August 25, 2011  

Guest: Susan Lindauer

Susan Lindauer is a former U.S. Intelligence Asset who covered anti-terrorism at the Iraqi Embassy in New York from 1996 up to the invasion. Independent sources have confirmed that she gave advance warning about the 9/11 attack. She also started talks for the Lockerbie Trial with Libyan diplomats. Shortly after requesting to testify before Congress about successful elements of Pre-War Intelligence, Susan became one of the first non-Arab Americans arrested on the Patriot Act as an “Iraqi Agent.” She was accused of warning her second cousin, White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and Secretary of State Colin Powell that War with Iraq would have catastrophic consequences. Gratis of the Patriot Act, her indictment was loaded with “secret charges” and “secret evidence.” She was subjected to one year in prison on Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth, Texas without a trial or hearing, and threatened with indefinite detention and forcible drugging to shut her up. After five years of indictment without a conviction or guilty plea, the Justice Department dismissed all charges five days before President Obama’s inauguration.

She is the author of a recent book “Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 911 and Iraq”

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August 24, 2011  

Guest: Professor Thomas Naylor

Professor Thomas Naylor is one of the country’s most independent-thinking economists. He is a professor emeritus of economics at Duke University where he has taught since 1964, and is the founder of the Second Vermont Republic -- a nonviolent citizen’s network and think tank advocating for the breakup of mega-nations such as the US, Russia and China. The Republic calls for the creation of small, democratic, affluent, socially responsible nations with a high degree of environmental integrity such as Sweden, Finland and Switzerland. This year Time magazine named the Second Vermont Republic among the world’s top 10 aspiring nations, along with Scotland, Quebec and Kurdistan.

Prof. Naylor has written numerous articles in academic and popular publications, including the New York TImes, Christian Science Monitor and The Nation. Among his many books is “Affluenza: The All Consuming Epidemic” (which deals with the illness of over consumption and co-written with John de Graaf who was interviewed and filmed for our forthcoming documentary on poverty in America) and his book “Secession: How Vermont and All Other States Can Save Themselves from Empire”

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August 23, 2011  

Guest: Dr. Nassir Ghaemi

Dr. Nassir Ghaemi is a professor of psychiatry, specializing in depression-related disorders, at Tufts University Medical School. He is director of the Mood Disorders program at Tuft’s Boston Medical Center and also serves on the faculty of Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Ghaemi has published over 100 scientific articles and written or edited several books. In addition to being a certified psychiatrist, he holds master degrees in philosophy and public health.

His recent book is “A First Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental Illness”, a controversial eye-opener into the mental states of many of history’s most important leaders, including Lincoln, Roosevelt, Churchill, Hitler, Gandhi, Kennedy and others and addresses the question into why certain leaders succeed and others fail in times of peace and during times of chaos and conflict.

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August 22, 2011  

Guest: David DeGraw

David DeGraw is a economic and political journalist and founding editor of the commentary blogsite Amped Status.com. He is also the present Editorial Director for the Media Channel, which is connected with the Progressive Radio Network host Danny Schechter.

David has been a marketing and business development consultant and has written a series of invaluable investigative articles that address the influence of the world’s economic power elite upon the citizenry and democratic principles of the American population which has appeared on his website and on Global Research in Canada. His series of articles “The Economic Elite versus The People of the United States” presents the social climate America is facing.

David just completed a new book “The Road to World War III: The Global BAnking Cartel Has One Card Left to Play”

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August 19, 2011  

Guests: Jonathan Emord and Gretchen DuBeau

Jonathan Emord is one of the nation’s leading free speech attorneys who has remarkably defeated the Food and Drug Administration in federal court more than any other American attorney, earning him the title, “FDA Dragon Slayer.” In 2007 he received the Cancer Control Society’s Humanitarian Award for “winning and preserving our great civil rights to life, to liberty, and to health freedoms.” Jonathan is the Chair of the Certification Board for Nutrition Specialists and a member of the Governing Council of the International Society of Regulatory Toxicology. Formerly an attorney in the Reagan Administration’s Federal Communications Commission, Emord has practiced constitutional and administrative law in Washington, D.C. for the past twenty-five years. He is routinely consulted by industry, Congress, and the media on regulatory issues that affect health freedom. He is the author of several critically acclaimed books including The Ultimate Price (2007); The Rise of Tyranny (2008); and Global Censorship of Health Information (2010).

Gretchen DuBeau is the Executive and Legal Director of the Alliance for Natural Health International in Washington DC, where she heads US health policy issues. The Alliance is an international organization dedicated to promoting sustainable health, health freedom choice, and protection to natural health care practitioners through good science and law. She is an attorney who has practiced environmental law. Gretchen is also the Executive Director of the Praktikos Institute, the Political Activities Chair for the Integrative Medicine Consortium and a Board Advisor for the International College for Integrative Medicine.

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August 18, 2011  

Guest: Robert Whitaker

Robert Whitaker is a journalist covering medicine and science who has received numerous awards, including the George Polk Award and the National Association of Science’s Writers’ Award. Earlier Robert was a director of publications at Harvard Medical School and was a co-founder of Center Watch, a publishing house covering clinical trials in the pharmaceutical industry. For the past dozen years, Robert has been writing on the psychiatric industry. His latest book, which has just been released in paperback – “Anatomy of an Epidemic” takes a hard look at the damage caused by psychiatric drugs and received the Investigative Reporters and Editors award for best investigative journalism in 2010.

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