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

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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. 

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Today, in depth discussion on the immune system and aging, walnuts and the brain, resveratrol, nutrients to lower risk of prostate cancer, and the food of the day, chia. Plus, guest Peter Roth on intuitive healing. 

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Today, flax seed as good as fish for fatty acids, green leafy vegetables help circulation, brain inflammation a hallmark of autism, most significant factors guaranteed to depress your immune system, and more.

A look at the scientific evidence on how spirituality and religion enhances a person’s physical, mental and social health

Dr. Harold Koenig is a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at an associate professor of medicine at Duke University’s Medical Center, and is a founder and director of Duke’s Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health – a multidisciplinary research and training program that explores the biological mechanisms by which religion and spirituality affect physical health and medical outcomes.  Earlier, Dr. Koenig specialized in geriatric and family medicine.  He holds degrees from Stanford University and a medical degree from the University of California at San Francisco. He has written extensively on mental health, geriatrics and religion, with over 450 peer-reviewed papers, and is regarded as one of the world’s top experts on the interface between religion and health. Among his more recent publications are “Spirituality in Patient Care”, “The Handbook on Religion and Health”, and most recent “Health and Well-being in Islamic Societies. The website for his Center is SpiritualityAndHealth.Duke.edu

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Today, five eastern herbs to treat erectile dysfunction. Then, congress ramping up surveillance. Happiness comes from moving towards goals, not achieving them. Commentary from Dr. Alan Francis on the health care system, and Ralph Nader on why you shouldn't have a credit card. And more!

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America's downward spiral under the tyranny of wealth and the emergence of a post-capitalist democracy, with Dr. Robert Chesney. 

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Today, new evidence of mind body connections, virgin coconut oil combats stress and depression, and a new law will block our scientists from giving anti-GMO information. The latest on the environment and the early warning signals of abrupt climate change. Plus commentaries and more. 

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Unnecessary radiation for breast cancer therapy, eating breakfast reduces cravings, and more on health and healing. Then, beginning to lay out some ideas for social activists or thinking of running for political office who want to have solid themes we can all benefit from - progressive programs to restore America. Then, commentary from Gary and Henry Giroux. And more!

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Today, animal therapy's benefit to anxiety in college students, a study shows medications are incorrectly given to children, herbicide causing autism, herbs to fight the flu, and more. Also Fukushima radiation killing sea lions. Then, Obama's paramilitary police. 

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The corruption and fraud of medical journals and the peer-review process

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

 

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