Traditional end of the year conversation w/ Gerald Celente on trends for the new year: Trends for 2015
Corruption and failures of the National
Vaccine Injury Compensation Program or “Vaccine Court”
Wayne Rohde is a co-founder of the Vaccine Safety Council of Minnesota and the Autism Advocacy Coalition of Minnesota.. He is also a national advisory member of Health Choice. Wayne has twin sons, age 17, Nicholas and Austin. Nicholas was vaccine injured at 13 months by the MMR and later diagnosed with regressive autism. He has advocated extensively in Minnesota, Oklahoma and nationally for autism health insurance reform, vaccination choice, safety and research, and improved educational, employment and residential services for people with autism. He is the author of the recent book “The Vaccine Court: The Dark Truth of America's Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.”
Today, learn about a nutrient that can make an enormous difference in the aging process. Also deadly carbs: the lethal sugar/cancer connection. Then, how learning a musical instrument boosts your kid's brain power. Then, the invisible threat to Antarctic glaciers. And more!
A new Gary Null Show dealing with the latest in Health, education and more. Plus Call ins and more.
A new Gary Null Show dealing with the latest in Health, education and more.
The case of CIA analyst John Kiriakou and the Senate torture report
CONVERSATIONS WITH REMARKABLE MINDS
The path for a shift in consciousness for a new awakened paradigm of global and local leadership
Scilla Elworthy is an international peace builder and activist and the founder of the Oxford Research Group in the UK, a non governmental organization she established in 1982 to develop effective dialogue between policy makers and nuclear weapons scientists in China, Russia and the western countries and their critics, for which she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize on three occasions. In 2002, she founded Peace Direct, a charity to support and fund local peace-builders in conflict areas worldwide. She has been an advisor to Desmond Tutu, Sir Richard Branson and Peter Gabriel in setting up a group called “The Elders” with Nelson Mandela. She is a member of the East-West Institutes International Task Force on Preventative Diplomacy, the World Future Council, and she is currently the co-founder of Rising Women Rising World, a vibrant global community of women taking conscious responsibility for building a sustainable world. Her most recent book is “Pioneering the Possible: Awakened Leadership for a World That Works”. Her websites are PeaceDirect.org and RisingWomenRisingWorld.org
The global loss of ancient wisdom and healing knowledge due to globalization and uncontrolled modernization with Marie-Rose Phan-Le
Marie-Rose Phan-Le is the founder and president of the Healing Planet Project, a non profit organization dedicated to the preservation and dissemination of traditional healing and spiritual traditions through the media. She also comes from a family of traditional healers in Vietnam. Rose-Marie has over 20 years experience in film and television production including Northern Exposure and Ace’s High, and is currently the Chief Operating Officer of High Impact Inc. which specializes in high-tech medical and forensic animation. Marie-Rose is the author of “Talking Story”, about her world-wide journey to connect with ancient spiritual healers and traditions, and she is the director of the award-winning documentary film “Talking Story” about her quest to preserve their wisdom and legacy. Her website is TalkingStoryBook.com
Special broadcast on America as a post-modern police state with Mickey Huff and William Binney
Mickey Huff is the director of Project Censored and is on the board of directors for the Media Freedom Foundation. He is professor of social science and history at Diablo Valley College in the San Francisco Bay area, where he is co-chair of the history department. He is also on the Advisory Committee for the History of Conflict programs at John F. Kennedy University.
Mickey has appeared frequently on NPR, PBS, ABC, Pacifica, The New York Times Co., Al Jazeera English, Russia TV, and many other commercial and independent media outlets. He lectures across the country on issues of censorship, propaganda and media literacy, with a special focus on suppressed historical narratives. He has been a co-editor, editor, and contributor to the award-winning Project Censored annual book series since 2008 and appears in the new documentary Project Censored: The Movie. He is also the co-host of the broadcast Project Censored, heard every Tuesday at 11 am Eastern time on the Progressive Radio Network. The website is ProjectCensored.org
Does cancer grow more aggressively at night? Our brains are physically shaped by life experiences - positive and negative. An ancient herb which boosts memory and reduces stress. From the environment, the sad future of our planet, shortfalls with the recent Peru conference. Plus, a newsmaker guest Patty Lovera, assistant director of Food And Water Watch, on the FDA/USDA rulings in the Food Safety Modernization Act.