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February 15, 2012  

Robert Neuwirth is in-studio to talk about "The Stealth of Nations" – a look at the System D economy – the global $10 trillion hidden economy off the nations’ books

Robert Neuwirth is an investigative journalist and author whose articles have appeared in the New York Times and the Washington Post, The Nation Magazine, Fortune and Wired. He has spent much of the past decade journeying through four continents to live in squatter communities, shanytowns, and impoverished urban areas in the developing world to describe and earmark trends in city living amongst the poorest of people and the vital forms of commerce and business they engage in. His book “Shadow Cities: A Billion Squatters and a New Urban World” received much international acclaim and led to his receiving a research grant from John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

Robert’s most recent book is “Stealth of Nations: The Global Rise of the Informal Economy” which provides first hand research and investigation introducing us to the world’s fastest growing economy.

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February 14, 2012  

Bill McKibben is one of the nation's best known environmental activists and authors, whose book "The End of Nature" in 1989 first alerted the American public to global warming. Since then, he has become one of the nation's leading environmental activists opposing fossil fuel excesses, mountain clearing for coal, the natural gas industry and other greenhouse gas technologies increasing the pace of global warming.

Bill is the creator of the 350 Organization movement, a national grassroots movement to mobilize the population to exert the pressure on our elected officials to move more diligently and aggressively on global warming and the global tipping points upon us.

Bill's lastest book is, "Eaarth: Making A Life on a Tough New Planet". Yes, there are supposed to be two of the letter "a."

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February 13, 2012  

Dylan Jason Ratigan is host of MSNBC's The Dylan Ratigan Show, the highest-rated, non-prime time show on the network, aimed at critiquing what Ratigan sees as an unholy alliance between big business and government. Dylan is the former Global Managing Editor for Corporate Finance at Bloomberg L.P., and has developed and launched more than half a dozen broadcast and new media properties. These include CNBC’s Fast Money and Closing Bell, as well as DylanRatigan.com, which is home to his podcast, “Greedy Bastards Antidote.” In 2004 he received the prestigious Gerald Loeb Award for his coverage of the Enron scandal. His first book, "Greedy Bastards: How We Can Stop Corporate Communists, Banksters and Other Vampires from Sucking America Dry," was just released.

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February 10, 2012  

Should sugar be regulated like a controlled substance?

Glen Ford of Black Agenda Report on the prison-industrial complex.

Commentary from Judge Andrew Napolitano.

And why Obama is a sellout.

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February 9, 2012  

Matthew Stein is an engineer with a degree in mechanical engineering from MIT and a National Merit Scholar. He is the owner of Aloha Aina Builders, which specializes in hurricane resistant, energy efficient and environmentally friendly homes, and is also president of Stein Designs which invents consumer and commercial water and bacteriological filtration systems, photovoltaic roofing and other energy efficient and sustainable products.

Matt writes extensively on sustainable preparedness and self-sufficiency in the face of predictable and unpredictable catastrophic scenarios and conditions.  In addition to writing on the future of perfect storms for the Huffington Post, he is the author of several exhaustive books on how people can prepare themselves for having to rely on our own resources and ingenuity, most notably “When Technology Fails: A Manual for Self-Reliance, Sustainability and Surviving the Long Emergency” and “When Disaster Strikes: A Comprehensive Guide to Emergency Planning and Crisis Survival”

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February 9, 2012  
Prof. Fred Wilcox teachings in the writing department at Ithaca College in New York.  For his entire adult life, he has been writing and teaching about war and nonviolence, on the importance schools and healthcare instead of bombs and weapons, cleaning the environment rather than polluting it and peace activism.  He has co-written books with peace activist Philip Berrigan on protest in the American empire.
Fred’s two books on the legacy of Agent Orange, being called the Silent Spring of Vietnam, have earned him numerous awards including most notable book by the American Library Association.  His 1983 book “Waiting for an Army to Die: The Tragedy of Agent Orange” has recently been re-released and his new  “Scorched Earth: Legacies of Chemical Warfare in Vietnam” – with a forward by Noam Chomsky -- is the first chronicle the effects of this deadly toxin on the Vietnamese population and its effects on the 5 million acres the US military sprayed on that nation.

Prof. Fred Wilcox teaches in the writing department at Ithaca College in New York.  For his entire adult life, he has been writing and teaching about war and nonviolence, on the importance schools and healthcare instead of bombs and weapons, cleaning the environment rather than polluting it and peace activism.  He has co-written books with peace activist Philip Berrigan on protest in the American empire.  Fred’s two books on the legacy of Agent Orange, being called the Silent Spring of Vietnam, have earned him numerous awards including most notable book by the American Library Association.  His 1983 book “Waiting for an Army to Die: The Tragedy of Agent Orange” has recently been re-released and his new  “Scorched Earth: Legacies of Chemical Warfare in Vietnam” – with a forward by Noam Chomsky -- is the first chronicle the effects of this deadly toxin on the Vietnamese population and its effects on the 5 million acres the US military sprayed on that nation.

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February 7, 2012  

Jim Otto is a civil rights attorney practicing in southern California who has been investigating a flip side to the outsourcing of jobs overseas.  Instead, Jim has filed lawsuits on behalf of American workers who have been fired from US employers who want to import immigrants into the US, utilizing the visa-work programs, to work for lower salaries.  This is not about filling low paying, bottom of the ladder careers, but rather higher paying white collar, professional jobs

Jim is a former Marine Corps officer who after witnessing civil rights abuses overseas, became a lawyer to specialize in corruption within America that prevents Americans from entering the American dream.

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February 6, 2012  

The truth behind employment stats; The latest in flu treatment.

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February 3, 2012  

Marwan Bishara is Al Jazeera Channel - قناة الجزيرة الفضائية's senior political analyst and the host of Al-Jazeera’s flagship program “Empire” and a former lecturer of International Relations at American University in Paris.

He'll be speaking with Gary about the historical origins behind the Arab Spring in the Middle East and debunking the Obama administration’s and American media’s interpretations of it.

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February 2, 2012  

Dr. Jill Stein is a medical physician of internal medicine and a pioneer in advocating environmental health issues in Massachusetts who is the 2012 presidential candidate for the Green Party.  She is on the national board of directors of the organization Physicians for Social Responsibility and she has won awards for her public health efforts in clean water policies and children's health.  In 2003, Jill founded the Massachusetts Coalition for Healthy Communities to support local green economies, grassroots democracy and various health care agendas.

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