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July 11, 2017  

The Israeli vs Palestinian narrative of history and an update on life and conditions in Gaza

Dr. Ramzy Baroud is an US-Arab journalist and author and an internationally recognized syndicated columnist on geopolitics and Middle East issues. Eric Walberg -- who has been on this program -- has called Dr. Baroud “one of the best emissaries of Palestinians.” He is currently the editor for the Palestine Chronicle. Earlier he was the managing editor of the London-based Middle East Eye, the editor in chief of the Brunei Times and deputy managing editor of Al Jazeera’s online publication. He is also a former head of Al Jazeera English’s Research department.  Ramzy holds a doctoral degree in Palestine Studies from the University of Exeter in the UK. He has published three books, the most recent being “My Father was a Freedom Fighter: Gaza’s Untold Story” and his website is

July 11, 2017  

Today is July 10th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment and all things political around the world. Gary sets time aside today to play an audio clip from Abby Martin on Punishing Reporters for Truth in a Censored Media.

July 7, 2017  
The global dimensions of FDR's New Deal and its impact upon America's role in the world today
Professor Kiran Klaus Patel is the Jean Monnet Professor European and Global History at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. He is also a fellow at the Royal Historial Society and has specialized in the history of President Roosevelt's New Deal, the Great Depression and the history of labor in Nazi Germany.  He received his degrees in history from the University of Freiburg and at Humboldt University in Berlin Germany.  he has published important studies on labor in Nazi Germany and New Deal America, and his most recent book -- "The New Deal: A Global History" has been recognized as a tour de force volume on a little known aspect of the New Deal's international impact. 
July 6, 2017  

Today is July 5th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment and all things political around the world. Gary sets time aside today to play an audio clip ‘I Was Wrong’: Judge Admits Jailing People for Pot ‘Haunts’ Him After Cannabis Saved His Life and Gary finishes up the program by answering your questions in a talk back segment.

July 5, 2017  

Today is July 5th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment and all things political around the world. Gary sets time aside today to play two in depth audio pieces Alan Watts: Chinese Farmer and Girl on Global Destruction 25 years ago

July 4, 2017  

GUEST 1: David Crowe is the President of the Alberta Reappraising AIDS and ReThinking AIDS, whose website he hosts at the  website, a science and news resource on all international research and commentary challenging the current HIV/AIDS model.  He is also the former president and treasurer for the Green Party in Alberta Canada.   David hosts the radio show “The Infectious Myth” on the Progressive Radio Network every Tuesday at 2:00 pm Eastern time.

Guest 2: John Lauritsen is a retired market research analyst, author and gay liberationist and activist and currently the founder and head of Pagan Press, which publishes books that reach the gay community.  Earlier John wrote for the New York Native where he argued against the science behind HIV and AIDS and raised questions concerning the safety of AZT.  More recently he is best known for his theoretical book, The Man Who Wrote Frankenstein which explores whether the real author of the novel by that name was written by Percy Bysshe Shelley and not his wife Mary.  John’s website is JPL where you can find a collection of his essays on AIDS, gay liberation and other subjects.

Guest 3: Charles Ortleb is a journalist, novelist and filmmaker who gained notoriety as the publisher of the gay biweekly New York Native between 1980 and 1996. The Native was the first major publication to take the AIDS epidemic seriously and question the AIDS hypothesis. the publication brought many important individuals such as Peter Duesberg to public attention. Rolling Stone journalist David Black claimed Chuck's New York Native deserved a Pulitzer and New York Times called in "visionary."  Chuck has also written several novels, plays. Celia Farber has called his novel Iron Peter, the "animal farm of the AIDS era."  His most recent book is a history of the early AIDS era from a real pioneer and insider --  "Truth to Power: The New York Native 1980-1996"  You can find more information about Chuck and his books and writings at

July 3, 2017  

Media Censorship

Bonnie Faulkner is an independent radio journalist whose regular program, Guns and Butter, has been an inspiration to many. The program investigates the relationships between capitalism, militarism and politics in the aftermath of the 911 attacks. It is aired weekly on Pacifica stations WBAI and KPFA in Berkeley and can be heard on the Progressive Radio Network every Friday at 3:00 pm Eastern Time.  Her website is
June 30, 2017  

A look back at the seminal year of the Boomer generation -- 1967 and the Summer of Love -- and the living legacy of the 60s subculture today? 

Danny Goldberg is one of the pioneers in the music industry and currently the president of Gold Village Entertainment, which rightfully promotes artist management.  He has managed such bands as The Allman Brothers, Nirvana, Bonnie Raitt, Sonic Youth and many others. Earlier he was the VP of Led Zeppelin's label Swan Song during their peak period in the early and mid 70s. Other positions held include Chairman and CEO of Mercury Records and Warner Brothers Records before that, President of Atlantic Records and a former CEO of Air America Radio. He started his music career in the height of 60s music explosion as a journalist for Rolling Stone, the Village Voice and Billboard magazine who covered the Woodstock festival for.  As an activist who still embraces the ethics of the 60s, Danny sits on the Boards of the Nation Institute, ACLU's foundation in Southern California, Americans for Peace Now and Public Citizen.  He has written several acclaimed books about the Boomer generation and the culture of the 60s. His most recent is "In Search for the Lost Chord: 1967 and the Hippie Idea" -- a subjective and exhaustively researched volume on the key figures, groups and organizations, and events before and after 1967 and the legacy it has left for us today.

June 29, 2017  

Today is June 29th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the enviorment and all things politcal around the world. Gary sets time aside today to play two indepth audio pieces on Shattering cancer with resonant frequencies: Anthony Holland at TEDxSkidmoreCollege and Heart of the Matter Part 1 Dietary Villains 

June 28, 2017  

How threatened ecological systems will collapse the planet’s biosphere and the hubris of sole reliance upon technological solutions to mitigate climate change acceleration

Dr. Glen Barry is an internationally recognized political ecologist, data scientist, and the president and founder of Ecological Internet, a site that provides real news about climate change and the latest issues and commentaries about ecological and a fragile environment. The uniqueness of his site is that I pulls data from thousands of sources.  For his work and use of the internet to awaken an ecological consciousness about climate change and to promote sustainable solutions, Dr. Barry was named by Utne Reader as one of its 25 futurist visionaries. Glen holds a PhD in ecological sciences from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and his website where you can find extremely important climate and environmental news and his articles and commentaries is  and




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