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November 30, 2011  

Guest: Christopher Anders

Christopher Anders is the senior legislative counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union out of their Washington DC office and the organization’s leading representative for lobbying Congress on issues such as conflicts between civil and religious rights, housing, hate crimes and lesbian and gay rights.  In the past he has led the efforts to stop the Federal Marriage Amendment and the Marriage Protection Act as well as develop bills to provide legal protections to same sex couples.

Chris currently leading efforts on the Hill to oppose the passage of sections to the Defense Authorization Bill in the Senate, to be voted tomorrow, that would extend the US into a warzone and thereby expand military powers to detain and imprison Americas indefinitely and without charge.

November 29, 2011  

Guest: Evelyn Pringle

Evelyn Pringle is an award-winning investigative journalist focused on exposing corruption in government and corporate America. Over the past 7-8 years, she has written numerous exposes on the psychopharmaceutical complex with a focus on the government-drug maker cartel with a mission to over-medicate children and very young in the US. In 2009 she aided US Senator Grassley’s office for compiling data on TeenScreen and the pharmaceutical front organizations pushing for the drugging of children.  Her most recent articles on the psychoactive drugging of infants and toddlers has been sponsored by the International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology.

November 28, 2011  

In lieu of a guest, Gary touches on the looming police state in the US, answering your calls to further the discussion.

November 23, 2011  

Guest: Professor Andrew Kolin

Professor Andrew Kolin is professor of political science at Hilbert College in Hamburg, New York, where he specializes in American political thought, civil liberties, US foreign policy, and constitutional law. Much of his recent work has focused on the conflicts between state power and democracy and the history of the US turning into a police state.

His latest book published this year is “State Power and Democracy: Before and During the Presidency of George W Bush” which traces the history of American politics for sowing the seeds for a national police state from the founding of the republic to the present

November 22, 2011  
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 the executive director of Sanoviv Medical Institute – a progressive wellness hospital in Baja California.  She is also one of the nation’s most knowledgeable and outspoken physicians regarding the adverse impact of vaccines on public health and their medical risks in children.
Sherri’s 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.
She is also the author of two books, “Fowl: Bird Flu, It is Not What You Think” and “Saying No to Vaccines: A Resource Guide for All Ages”
November 21, 2011  

Guest: Jesse Ventura

We have as our guest toady one of the nation’s more colorful political and social voices in the progressive community – Jesse Ventura.   He was a Navy Seal during the latter phase of the Vietnam War, followed by a career in professional wrestling in the World Wrestling Federation and then a sportscaster. In the early 1990s, Jesse began his political career, first as mayor of Brooklyn Park in Minnesota and later being elected as the governor of the state on the independent Reform Party ticket from 1998 to 2002.  Jesse has been an ardent supporter of Main Street Americans – when his state of Minnesota ran a budget surplus, he provided a sales tax rebate since the money belonged to the public.  He has been a proponent for gay rights, women’s rights, opposition to trade sanctions and a leading critic of federal policies leading America into morphing into a police surveillance state.

Jesse’s most recent book is  “63 Documents the Government Doesn’t’ Want you to Read” and his book “American Conspiracies” was released in paperback this year.

November 18, 2011  

Guest: Greg Palast

Greg Palast is a journalist’s journalist, with the BBC and the British newspaper The Guardian, who has been called by the Tribune in the UK “the most important investigative journalist in our time.” He has won many awards including from the Financial Times,  the National Press Club and the George Orwell Courage in Journalism

In the past his investigations have included cover-ups, racketeering, and bribery among the big oil and energy companies and the nuclear industries fraudulent site testing and lies over nuclear reactor safety measures.

His new book is being released today, entitled “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.

His new book is being released today, entitled “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.

November 17, 2011  
Guest: Katrina van den Heuvel
Katrina van den Heuvel is the Editor and Publisher for The Nation magazine and a columnist for the Washington Post focusing on American and International politics. A summa cum laude graduate from Princeton University, she has written and published extensively on the Soviet Union and civil liberties. Katrina has received numerous awards for her political analysis and commentaries including the New York Civil Liberties Callaway Award and the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee’s “Voices of Peace” award.  She serves on the boards of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, The Institute for Policy Studies, The World Policy Institute and the Eleanor Roosevelt Institute.
Her most recent publication that has just been released is “The Change I Believe In: Fighting for Progress in the Age of Obama,” a collection of her essays portraying her journey through the Obama presidency – from hope to frustration and the lessons we should be learning in galvanizing popular activism to implement truthful change.
November 16, 2011  
Guest: Richard Heinberg
Richard Heinberg is widely regarded as one of the world’s experts in peak oil, its repercussions on the world economy, food and transportation, and the need to transition away from fossil fuels and create a more sustainable future. He is currently the Senior Fellow at the Post Carbon Institute in Northern California.  He was featured in Leonardo DiCaprio’s film “The Eleventh Hour” and frequently appears on major media networks to address our fossil fuel based culture and the future of climate change.
Richard is the author of many books, including “The Party’s Over” which has become  a standard text for the peak oil position.
His most recent book is “The End of Growth: Adapting to Our New Economic Reality” which concisely lays out the limitations of our present global economy and the fact it has now reached a fateful turning point where our recession will not end in “recovery”.
November 15, 2011  

Guest: Jim Gerritsen

Jim Gerritsen is the owner of Wood Prairie Farm in Bridgewater Maine, where he has grown organic seed potatoes for over 35 years. He is also the president of the Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association, and was named by Utne Reader this year among the 25 people who are most changing the world.  He was the founder of the Organic Crop Improvement Association in the 1980s, and formerly served as president of the Organic Seed Alliance.

In role with the Organic Seed Growers Association, Jim has spearheaded a lawsuit on behalf of 270,000 family farmers, gardeners and consumers against Monsanto, to challenge their patenting rights to seeds and crops and to protect organic farmers from contamination and destruction of their livelihoods and commitment to organic foods due to the infiltration of genetically modified crops.

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