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January 31, 2014  

Health program:  Electromagnetic Muscle Testing and understanding the energetics of health and disease.

Dr. Mark Mincolla is a natural, holistic health care practitioner who has been practicing for over 30 years. Mark practices at the Santi Holistic Healing Center in the Boston area. He uses a personalized system of Electromagnet Muscle Testing, which is based upon the principles of energy medicine from the Chinese medical system and nutritional science. His integrated east-west approach, called Acutrition, is specific to individual’s unique nutritional needs.

Mark is a natural health radio host severing the greater Boston area with his program Natural Health and Healing. He has written several important books on natural health, his most recent is “Whole Health: A Holistic Approach to Healing for the 21st Century” His website is MarkMincolla.com

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January 30, 2014  

Commemorating the work of Mahatma Gandhi on the 66th anniversary of his assassination on January 30, 1948

Tushar Gandhi is the great grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, regarded as the father of Indian nationalism and most renowned voice for non-violent activism for bringing about peaceful, democratic social change.  Tushar is a social and peace activist, an artist and author. He runs the Mahatma Gandhi Foundation in Mumbai, which is dedicated to spreading Gandhian values and principles to address the challenges and threats facing humanity and our contemporary world and whose president is film director Lord Attenborough. He is also the chairman for the Austalian-Indian Rural Development Foundation, is involved in projects to prevent child trafficking, and is an ambassador of an intergovernmental institution to promote the use of micro-algae spirulina as a nutritional source to fight malnutrition.

Tushar is the author of “Lets Kill Gandhi: A Chronicle of His Last Days, the Conspiracy, Murder, Investigation and Trial.”

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January 30, 2014  

CONVERSATIONS WITH REMARKABLE MINDS

Commemorating the work of Mahatma Gandhi on the 66th anniversary of his assassination on January 30, 1948

Dr. Vandana Shiva is an internationally renown environmental and social activist, and formerly a one of India’s top nuclear physicists. She is regarded as the leading pioneer behind India’s ecological and ecofeminism movement. In 1982 Dr. Shiva founded the Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology, which led to the creation of Navdanya – an organization dedicated to the restoration of organic farming across India and the preservation of indigenous knowledge and culture.

For several decades, Vandana has fought for changes in the globalized practices of agriculture and food. She has traveled the world speaking against biopiracy and patenting of indigenous knowledge by large agricultural and pharmaceutical corporations. Her activist efforts have created grassroots organizations throughout the developing world to counter genetic engineering of crops, as well as empower women throughout the third world.

Dr. Shiva has received numerous international awards, including the Alternative Nobel Prize (the Right Livelihood Award), the UNEP’s Global 500 Award and the UN’s Earth Day International Award. 

Among her more important books are “Earth Democracy: Justice, Sustainability and Peace”, “Manifestos on the Future of Food and Seed”, “Soil Not Oil” and most recently  “Making Peace with the Earth: Beyond Resource, Land and Food Wars”

Born in 1934 in Durban, South Africa, Arun Gandhi is the fifth grandson of India’s legendary leader, “Mahatma” Gandhi. Growing up under the discriminatory apartheid laws of South Africa, he was beaten by “white” South Africans for being too black and by “black” South Africans for being too white. His grandfather taught Arun to understand nonviolence through understanding violence.

For 30 years Arun worked as a journalist for the Times of India and founded the Center for Social Change which has aided half a million people in 300 villages of Maharashtra. Coming to the US in 1987 Arun and his wife Sunanda founded the M.K Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence now located at the University of Rochester in NY, and later founded the Gandhi Worldwide Education Institute to foster economic equanimity in depressed regions of the globe. He was recently elected to the Board of the Trustees for the Council for a Parliament of World Religions. Arun has written a series of books on Gandhi’s life,  the relevance of Gandhi’s vision for today, and has edited publications of his grandfather’s writings including “The Way of God.”  His website is ArunGandhi.net 

 

 

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January 29, 2014  

The Wall Street conspiracy to cripple the global economy


Larry Doyle is a true Wall Street insider. He is a former mortgage backed securities trader who has worked with First Boston, Bear Strearns the Union Bank of Switzerland where he was head of mortgage trading, Bank of America and JP Morgan Chase as its National Sales Manager for Securitized Products. He has also served as the Chair of the Mortgage Trading Committee of the Public Securities Association. He currently operates the website SenseOnCents.com, voted as best financial blog in 2012, which provides analysis and investor education to beter understand the economy, markets and to better navigate the landscape of global finance. He is the co-founder of DM Income Advisors focusing on aiding investors in tax-exempt investments.

Larry is the author of “In Bed with Wall Street: The Conspiracy Crippling our Global Economy” which has been reviewed as essential reading for understanding the shadow operations behind the Great Depression and how Wall Street and its revolving door with government continues to contribute to our on-going economic crisis. He has appeared on most major television networks and is a contributing author for financial publications including Businessweek, Financial Times and Seek Alpha.

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January 29, 2014  

President Obama’s report card on the environment

Bill Snape is the Senior Counsel for the Center for Biological Diversity, a national organization dedicated to the preservation of the biodiversity of wildlife and flora hovering on the brink of extinction and the environmental protection of lands, waters and climate necessary for the survival of species. Bill coordinates the Center’s legal and policy work on endangered species, wilderness, and energy from Washington, DC. He did his undergraduate work at the University of California at Los Angeles and received his law degree from George Washington University. He has written numerous articles on natural resource issues, a book Biodiversity and the Law, and has taught environmental and international law. Bill is also a world class swimmer and director of the US Deaf Swimming program and has coached the swim team a Gallaudet University, the only school of higher education devoted to the deaf, and took them to three Northeastern Athletic Conference Championships. The Center’s website is BiologicalDiversity.org


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January 27, 2014  

Today Gary presents some of the information available in his all-new investigative report Sugar: Killing Us Sweetly. Hear information on processed sugar's harmful effects in the United States with information assembled together here for the first time.

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January 24, 2014  

The latest in health and nutrition, including foods that protect against type 2 diabetes, hyperbarics in healing, multiple sclerosis natural prevention, and more!

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January 23, 2014  

Growing global inequality and the corporate capture of the political process that is contributing to it – a report from Oxfam in the UK

Ricardo Fuentes-Nieva is the head of research for Oxfam GB in the UK, an international civil organization addressing global issues such as food security, social and economic inequality and poverty, climate change, resource conservation and democratic participation of national citizenries. He is a lead researcher in the recent Oxfam report on growing inequality, entitled “Working for the Few: Political Capture and Economic Inequality.”  Prior to joining Oxfam, Riccardo worked with UN Development Program where he led the production of the first Africa Human Development Report. He has co-authored several global Human Development Reports including the World Bank's 2010 World Development Report and is currently collaborating with the new assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Before joining UNDP, he worked in the Ministry of Social Development in Mexico and the research department of the Inter-American Development Bank. Ricardo is trained as an economist and has degrees from CIDE in Mexico City and from the University of Pompeu Fabra in Spain. The website is Oxfam.org.uk

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January 22, 2014  

An all-new empowerment hour, with Gary addressing the latest updates in health, healing, and living a longer life, plus information on environmental, social and political issues, and special commentary. 

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January 21, 2014  

4th Anniversary of Supreme Court's Citizen United Ruling – how has it threatened our democracy and the pending McCutcheon case in the Court to expand Citizens United

Liz Kennedy is the Counsel at Demos, a public policy organization dedicated to the promotion of democracy and equal fairness in our political and economic processes. Liz’s work focuses on money in politics and the increase of transparency, voting rights, and corporate accountability. Earlier she was an attorney in the Democracy Program at NYU School of Law, represented unions in labor democracy cases, and had served as the deputy director of voter protection for the 2008 Obama campaign in Ohio. Her writings have appeared in American Prospect, National Civic Review, Boston Herald, Huffington Post and other publications. She has a JD from NYU School of Law and the website is Demos.org

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