The New Class Conflict – who is the real oligarchy and its enablers and how it is destroying the middle class
The latest on health and healing. Plus - 2 out of 3 investigative journalists believe they're being spied on? Also, the plight of the bee population. And more
A timely discussion of vaccine safety and efficacy, with Sayer Ji.
How pine bark shortens the duration of colds, grape seed powder benefits the gut, vitamin D's cancer prevention power, and could meditation reduce brain aging?
Then from David Lindorff, war: 69 cents out of your tax dollar goes to it.
First Guest: Prof. Mary Holland
Prof. Mary Holland is a Director of the Graduate Legal Skills Program at New York University School of Law, specializing in international human rights, public law and vaccine safety law and injury compensation. She also has a son who regressed into autism following the MMR vaccine. Yesterday she was a guest on Democracy Now along with Dr. Paul Offit, the guru celebrity of the pro-vaccine industry. Since Offit was the last to be interviewed during yesterday’s program, we have invited her on to respond to Offit’s comments. Mary has degrees in Russian studies from Harvard, and graduate degrees in international relations and a JD from Columbia University, where she has also taught international law at its Law School. Mary is the co-author of “Vaccine Epidemic: How Corporate Greed, Biased Science and Coercive Government Threaten Our Human Rights, Our Health and Our Children.” The website is VaccineEpidemic.com
Second Guest: Dr. Sherri Tenpenny
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is an osteopathic medical physician who incorporates integrative medicine in her practice for treating allergies, childhood illnesses and women’s health issues. She is also one of the country’s most knowledgeable and outspoken physicians opposing the efficacy and safety of vaccines. She is the founder and lead medical practitioner of the Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center in Strongsville, Ohio.
She has authored several books on vaccines including, “Fowl: Bird Flu, It is Not What You Think” and “Saying No to Vaccines: A Resource Guide for All Ages”, and her recent DVD – “Flu and Flu Vaccines: What’s Coming Through That Needle” is an invaluable resource for educating people on influenza and the flu vaccines. Her websites are DrTenpenny.com and TenpennyIMC.com
Confronting grief – whether over a pet or a loved one – and how to turn grief into a means to greater self awareness
Thirty years ago, John James founded the Grief Recovery Institute as a solution when he couldn’t find the resources he needed to deal with his own overwhelming grief at the death of his infant son. The Institute’s mission is to provide tools and assist in grief recovery in a rapid manner. Since its founding the institute now has centers in Canada, England, Sweden, and Mexico.
John is internationally recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on grief. He is an adjunct faculty instructor at UCLA, the University of Southern California and Chapman University. He has also been a leader in training veterans and military family members on confronting grief over lost loved ones on military bases around the nation. He is the co-author of four major books on confronting grief including “The Grief Recovery Handbook” and most recently “The Grief Recovery Handbook for Pet Loss.” His website is GriefRecoveryMethod.com
A special hour presenting viewpoints and scientific information about the safety and efficacy of vaccines, with respect to their possible effects on health and quality of life, with Gary's commentary and latest peer-reviewed information.
Living in an age of dire consequences and navigating the challenges we are facing, with Courtney White
Ann Hagedorn is an award winning independent author and journalist of the book “The Invisible Soldiers: How America Outsourced Our Security,” which Ralph Nader has included on his annual recommended reading list. The book takes a hard look at the consequences and dangers of the mercenary-like transformation of our military, police, and national security agencies. She is a former staff writer for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Daily News and the San Jose Mercury. Ann has also taught journalism at Northwestern University, Columbia, and Xavier and Miami Universities. She holds a Masters in journalism from Columbia and has received an honorary doctorate from Denison University. Her website is AnnHagedorn.com