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April 27, 2015  

Today the latest on health and healing, including just an hour of TV a day affects the weight of young people, information on fish oil, and the abilities of cannabis oil to fight cancer. Plus commentary on the Trans Pacific Partnership, and more. 

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April 27, 2015  

How the cosmological and physical sciences should inform us about our concept of God and its relevancy in facing future challenges

Dr. Nancy Ellen Abrams is a philosopher, historian, musician and attorney who addresses the interconnections between modern cosmology and science and cultural meaning, and areas where traditional myth informs science and vice versa.  She is a graduate of the University of Chicago in the History and Philosophy of Science and received a JD from the University of Michigan Law School. In the past she has worked as an attorney for the International Juridical Association in Rome, an European environmental law think tank, the Ford Foundation, and the US Congress’ Office of Technology Assessment.  Her husband, Prof Joel Primack is a renowned astrophysicist who first co-authored the theory of dark matter and dark energy.  In addition to two volumes co-written with her husband on the social relevance behind the cosmological sciences for transforming the world, she is the recent author of “A God That Could Be Real” which posits that a revisioning of our God concept in light of the new cosmological and physical sciences can have a major impact upon the future of the planet.  Her website is NancyEllenAbrams.com    

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April 23, 2015  

As always Gary is here to bring you the latest good news in health, healing, nutrition, and living a longer happier life. Plus political, social, and environmental news and commentary, and a continuation of an extended exploration of vaccines with Suzanne Humphries. 

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April 22, 2015  

Earth in Crisis and Our Sacred Duty to Preserve Life, with Vandana Shiva and Satish Kumar. 

Dr. Vandana Shiva is an internationally renown environmental and social activist, and formerly 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, globalization 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”  Her websites are VandanaShiva.com and Navdanya.org

Satish Kumar is one of the few people in the world who fully embraces the principles of Mohatma Gandhi to promote a spirituality opposed to war and ecological destruction.  At the age of nine, Sateesh renounced the world to become a wandering Jain monk. But dissuaded by his inner voice at eighteen he left his ascetic life to embrace Gandhi’s vision of land reform and global peace.  Having been influenced by Bertrand Russell’s anti-nuclear war philosophy, Sat-eesh undertook an 8,000 mile peace pilgrimage, having walked penniless from India to Soviet Union, France and traveling to the UK and America, he delivered “packets of peace tea” to the heads of government of each of these four nuclear powers.

Having settled in the UK in 1973, Sateesh is now the editor of the prestigious magazine Resurgence, which highlights many of our world’s greatest thinkers and visionaries on environmental, ecological and sustainability issues. Influenced by the “small is beautiful” movement of Schumacher, he has founded pioneering schools and colleges that introduce ecological sanity and spiritual values into their curricula.  He has been a hero for many of our progressive leaders and received two honorary doctorate degrees from prominent British universities.  Among his books are “Soil, Soul, Society: A New Trinity for Our Time” and “No Destination” which is an extraordinary autobiography of his remarkable life and philosophy.  His website is Resurgence.org

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April 21, 2015  

News maker and commentary – FBI head agent in charge of anthrax investigation files federal whistleblower lawsuit referring to its investigation as a sham. With Graeme MacQueen.

Prof. Graeme MacQueen is a retired professor of comparative religion at McMaster University in Ontario where he taught for 30 years. He is now devoted to peace and justice activities and research into the anomalies around 911.  He was an organizer of the 911 Toronto Hearings and a co-editor of the peer-reviewed Journal of 911 Studies.

Earlier, Graeme was the founding director of McMaster’s Center for Peace Studies and helped create peace projects in war-torn regions such as Sri Lanka, Gaza, Croatia and Afghanistan. He also contributed to the development of the Women’s Peace Brigade in north India. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters as well as several books.

macqueen-cover-298x447Graeme has a PhD in Buddhist studies from Harvard University. He has published numerous articles,  book chapters and several books. His most recent book is “The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The Case for a Domestic Conspiracy” – the most thorough analysis to date about the anthrax scare following the 911 bombings.   His articles can be read at JournalOf911Studies.com

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April 20, 2015  

The Hidden Agenda Behind Mandatory Vaccination – the CDC, Big Pharma and the Vaccine Cartel. With Robert Kennedy Jr. and Robert Krakow.

Robert Kennedy Jr is an ardent defender of the environment and serves as the Chief Prosecuting Attorny for the organization Hudson Riverkeeper and President of the WaterKeeper Aliance.  Earlier he served as the Assistant District Attorney for New York City.  An advocate for the rights of South American and Canadian indigenous tribes, he has successfully strengthened treaties to protect their homelands.  He is also a national proponent for vaccine efficacy and safety, consults for advocacy groups opposing unsafe vaccine ingredients and particularly mercury. 

Robert has a degree from Harvard, and law degrees from the University of Virginia and Pace University School of Law.  He has written for the New York Times, Washington Post, Rolling Stone, The Nation, Atlantic Monthy and other news publications. In addition to his books on the environment, his most recent is “Thimerosal Let the Science Speak: The Evidence Supporting the Immediate Removal of Mercury.”  His website is RobertFKennedyJr.com

Robert Krakow is a New York City trial lawyer in private practice and one of the nation’s leading attorneys for vaccine damaged children through the government’s Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. He has handled almost every kind of civil and criminal case in all federal and state courts. Bob has been a trial lawyer for over 30 years and is a former Narcotics Bureau Chief in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. He has founded several not-for-profit organizations advocating for the rights of individuals with special needs and is a renowned critic of the dominant medical belief that present vaccines as safe and effective.  He is a graduate of George Washington University Law School and in the past served as the Director of the Consumer Protection Center.  His website is KrakowLawFirm.com

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April 17, 2015  

Can Civilization survive the fossil fuel crisis --- the moral and spiritual issues humans must face for humanity to survive. With David Ray Griffin

Professor David Ray Griffin is a professor emeritus of the philosophy of religion and a specialist in Process Theology Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University in Southern California.  He has published over 30 books raging from the interface of theology and science, the natural world, environmentalism and is best known for his decade worth of investigations in the anomalies of events on 911.  More recently his attention has been on the threats to human civilization from climate change and global warming, which he regards as the greatest threat humanity faces today.  He has just released a new extensive volume – “Unprecedented: Can Civilization Survive the CO2 crisis?” – which provides just about everything anyone needs to know about the science supporting climate change, the main failures and challenges of presidents, political parties, economists, corporations and the media, the deeper moral and spiritual questions, and potential solutions to be undertaken without delay. His website is DavidRayGriffin.com

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April 16, 2015  

A frightening news maker for New Yorkers – Giant fracking gas pipeline underway to flank the Indian Point Nuclear Power reactor plant - with Ellen Cantarow.

Ellen Cantarow is seasoned Boston-based investigative reporter and journalist who has been writing for 4 decades.  In the 1970s she reported on women’s issues for Conde Nast magazines and other publications. In 1979 she started writing from Israel and the West Bank and reported on Middle East issues until 2009 for the Village Voice, Mother Jones, among others.  Currently her primary focus has been on the hyrdofracking industry, writing for Truthout, TomDispatch, Counterpunch, and Alternet.     She is the author of “Moving the Mountain: Women Working for Social Change” and is currently working on a new publication on hydrofracking.
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April 15, 2015  

What should we be aware of in Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign? With Greg Palast. 

Greg Palast is a journalist’s journalist whose news breaking stories and investigations have appeared on BBC, the Guardian and Al-Jazeera.  The Tribune in the UK has called Greg “the most important investigative journalist in our time.” He runs the Palast Investigative Fund, a project of the Sustainable Markets Foundation supporting independent investigative journalism. Greg broke the stories of voter theft in Florida districts during the 2000 Bush-Gore election, BP’s corruption over the Deep Horizon catastrophe in the Gulf, the Bush administration’s secret pre-invasion plans to capture Iraq’s oil fields, and US’s attempted coups against Hugo Chavez. He has won many awards including from the Financial Times, the National Press Club and the George Orwell award for Courage in Journalism

Greg holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago.  His most recent books are “Billionaires and Ballot Bandits: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy” and “Vultures’ Picnic: In Pursuit of Petroleum Pigs, Power Pirates, and High Finance Carnivores”, which traverses much of the world to uncover the corruption in the oil and nuclear industries. You can read Greg’s reports at GregPalast.com

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April 14, 2015  

Today, the difference between high fructose corn syrup and cane sugar, how to protect yourself from radiation poisoning, low blood sugar and digestion, and how hot chocolate can prevent memory decline. Then, the fracking boom and deadly carcinogens, and how Big Pharma exploits with exorbitant cancer drug prices, and much more!

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