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April 30, 2012  

Max Keiser is a former Wall Street stock broker who has been analyzing and reporting on markets and finance for over 25 years. He is currently a TV presenter, radio host, journalist and film director operating in Paris France. Max was the inventor of the Virtual Specialist Technology used to predict market trends by the Hollywood Stock Exchange. He is one of the most sought after financial commentators and alternative economists voicing sharp criticisms of the American government’s financial strategies, the banking cartel, and the Federal Reserve.

Max hosts the popular financial program The Keiser Report on RT television and anchors the news and analysis program On The Edge for Iran’s Press TV. Earlier he present programs on BBC World News and the al-Jazeera TV series People and Power. He is also a frequent contributor to the Huffington Post and writes a column for The Ecologist magazine.

April 27, 2012  

Jonathan Emord is one of the nation’s leading free speech attorneys who has remarkably defeated the Food and Drug Administration in federal court more than any other American attorney, earning him the title, “FDA Dragon Slayer.”  In 2007 he received the Cancer Control Society’s Humanitarian Award for “winning and preserving our great civil rights to life, to liberty, and to health freedoms.”  Jonathan is the Chair of the Certification Board for Nutrition Specialists and a member of the Governing Council of the International Society of Regulatory Toxicology.  Formerly an attorney in the Reagan Administration’s Federal Communications Commission, Emord has practiced constitutional and administrative law in Washington, D.C. for the past twenty-five years.  He is routinely consulted by industry, Congress, and the media on regulatory issues that affect health freedom.  He is the author of several critically acclaimed books includingThe Rise of Tyranny (2008); Global Censorship of Health Information (2010) and “Restore the Republic (2012)” and is the American Justice columnist for USA Today Magazine.

April 26, 2012  


Why the world financial markets imploded – looking at the future

For many years, John Perkins was an economic hit man (EHM), a job he held to convince developing nations to accept enormous loans for infrastructure development and to guarantee that development projects were contracted to US corporations such as Halliburton and Bechtel. He was a direct participant or witness to such dramatic modern events as the Saudi Arabian Money Laundering scandal, the fall of the Shah of Iran, the assassination of Panama’s president Omar Torrijos and the Panama invasion, and other government and corporate intrigues leading to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Now with both the global and domestic financial collapses, a strengthening of the corportacracy parallel to increasing rates of unemployment, homelessness, rising illness and disease and diminishing healthcare, John is in a unique position to provide comment and analysis since he contributed to these very same events in poorer nations.

After 911, John broke his silence with the publication of his international best seller “ Confessions of an Economic Hit Man.” Since then he has been a champion of Amazonian indigenous spiritual culture and environmental movements through his Dream Change and the Pachamama Alliance projects.

John’s latest book is “Hoodwinked: Former Economic Hit Man Reveals Why the World Financial Markets Imploded—and How to Remake Them”.

April 25, 2012  


The national debt and deficit conundrum and why it matters to us

Professor Simon Johnson is the Ronald A Kurtz Professor of Entrepreneurship at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where he specializes in financial and economic crises. He is member of the Congressional Budget Office’s Panel of Economic Advisors and the FDIC Systemic Resolution Advisory Committee and President of the Association for Comparative Economic Studies. From 2007 to August 2008, Prof. Johnson served as the chief economist of the IMF and the director of its research department where he focused on formulating innovative responses to the global financial crisis. Along with his co-author James Kwak at the University of Connecticut, he hosts the influential website which keeps up on the current economic crisis.  Their most recent book – “White House Burning: The Founding Fathers, Our National Debt and Why It Matters to You” comes on the heels of their acclaimed book Thirteen Bankers – considered by many economists as the most concise book on the financial meltdown. The new details the history of our national debt and deficit, which is being regarded by many commentators as perhaps the key topic during the upcoming presidential election.

Neuroscientific advances in understanding the emotional life of the brain – how we think, feel and love, and how contemplative practice can change the brain from negative emotions

Prof. Richard Davidson is the William James and Vilas Research Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, and holds the directorships of the Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior, the Laboratory for Affective Neuroscience and the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin where he has been teaching since 1984. Prof. Davidson is regarded by many as a leading pioneer in the new discipline of brain research known as Affective Neuroscience. He is the recipient of numerous awards for his research into brain imaging and analysis including a National Institute of Mental Health Research Scientist Award, a Distinguished Investigator Award from the National Alliance for Research in Schizophrenia and Affective Disorders, and theWilliam James Fellow Award from the American Psychological Society. He is the past-President of the Society for Research in Psychopathology and of the Society for Psychophysiological Research and in 2003 was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Time Magazine named Prof. Davidson as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. That is the science side of Prof. Davidson. However as a graduate student at Harvard during the mid 1970s, Richard made his first trip India to study meditation which has been a discipline he has practiced ever since. In 1992, at the insistence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, he commenced to break away from standard brain research protocol, which had focused solely on mapping negative brain function such as in depression, stress and psychotic conditions, and instead focused on brain function of the positive emotions such as compassion, kindness, and happiness. After studying many of the most advanced meditators from India, Nepal and Bhutan who were brought to his university’s brain imaging laboratory, Prof. Davidson discovered evidence for the brain’s neuroplasticity enabling us to change our brains to become more resilient, attentive and aware that benefits both physical health and our emotional lives.

His research and hypothesis of Emotional Styles are presented in his most recent book, co-authored with Sharon Begley who has been a guest on this program in the past – “The Emotional Life of Your Brain: How Its Unique Patterns Affect the Way You Think, Feel and Live, and How You Can Change Them.”

April 24, 2012  

Mathew Barrett Gross is accredited with having rewritten the rules of presidential politics while serving as the director of Internet Communications for Howard Dean’s groundbreaking 2003–2004 presidential campaign. Highly regarded as a new media strategist, Mat has consulted for numerous political campaigns, advocacy organizations, and global non-governmental organizations. He has profiled in the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, and Fast Company.

Mat is the co-author with his wife Mel Gilles of a recent book that has sparked appraise from some of our more important environmental advocates such as Derrick Jensen and Bill McKibben. The book is “The Last Myth: What the Rise of Apocalyptic Thinking Tells Us About America” – which explores how such beliefs, both religious and secular have come to dominate the politics, economics and culture of America and prevent us from clearly taking the appropriate action towards real, objective challenges and threats such as climate change, peak oil and the disintegration of a cohesive society.

April 23, 2012  

Commentary from Chris Hedges, the Globalization of Hollow Politics

Why we should pay attention to Spain's potential collapse

Earthquakes of historic importance on the west coast

We are at a full gallop into totalitarianism

and more …

April 20, 2012  

Omega 3 fatty acids, green vegetables and cancer, the latest on why we should not be consuming fluoride, how the class war is destroying American lives, and more.

April 19, 2012  

Richard Louv is a journalist and the founding chairman of the Children and Nature Network, a organization devoted to creating movement to connect children to the natural world. He is also an honorary chairman of Canada's national Children and Nature Alliance. He is perhaps best known for coining the term Nature Deficit Disorder through his book The Last Child in the Woods, which has now been translated into ten languages and has spearheaded a shift in consciousness in how children are being raised.  He has received many awards including the Audubon Medal.

In the past Richard was a columnist for The San Diego Union-Tribune for 27 years and has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Times of London, and other major publications

His newest book is “The Nature Principle:  Reconnecting with Life in a Virtual Age” which expores Nature Deficit Disorder’s affects on adults and our society at large, while also offering a new future vision for re-immersing ourselves in nature to bring an end to this condition.

April 18, 2012  

Soldiers committing suicide, four creepy ways Big Pharma peddles its drugs, how wealth reduces compassion, five reasons why the very rich have not earned their money, how psychiatry stigmatizes depression sufferers, and more.

April 17, 2012  

Martha Rosenberg is an investigative health reporter, commentator and an editorial cartoonist who has written extensively on the dangers of industrial food and pharmaceutical drugs, devious practices by the Big Drug Makers, pharma advertizing, dangers of antibiotics and FDA incompetence in drug oversight for efficacy and safety.  She is a frequent contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle, Providence Journal and the Chicago Tribune.

Martha has recently published her first book, “Born with a Junk Food Deficiency: How Flaks, Quacks and Hacks Pimp the Public Health” which includes many interviews with physicians, researchers and insiders willing to come forward to speak about the devious practices of the drug and food industrial complexes.

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