The new crisis at Fukushima and Tokyo hot spots
Joe Mangano is the Executive Director of the Radiation and Public Health Project, a non profile education and scientific organization of scientists and physicians dedicated to understanding the relationship between low level nuclear radiation and public health. He has published numerous articles and letters in medical and other journals including his book “Low Level Radiation and Immune System Disorders: An Atomic Era Legacy. His website is Radiation.org
Karl Grossman is a professor of journalism at State University of New york at Old Westbury on Long Island. He has been doing investigative reporting for over 45 years on environmental issues, in particular on the nuclear power industry and the effects of nuclear radiation. Karl has written for numerous publications including Counterpunch, the New York Times, Boston Globe and many others, and hosts the nationally aired TV program Enviro Close-Up. He has authored 6 books, the last being Weapons in Space. His website is KarlGrossman.com
On today's show, Gary gives commentary addressing information on Fukushima, and also concerning when the US used cancer as a weapon. Plus new information on Turkish prosecutors endictment of Syrian rebels for seeking to use chemical weapons. Plus the latest in health and nutrition and more!
On today's show, the latest on health and healing, overcoming illness and living a longer life. In the environmental segment, something that could happen in Syria that no-one has discussed except Harvey Wasserman. Then, Obama not examining our country's history. Plus, facts that our economy is tanking. And more!
The latest on health and healing, including how alcohol impacts you, how much TV could shorten your life, new information on lowering blood pressure, and preventing diabetes. Then, commentary from Henry Giroux, and a challenge to the mainstream media's misinformation on possible war in Syria.
American aggression against Syria - the facts we know and the credibility of Obama’s push for war
David Swanson is one of our most important social and political activists in the liberal progressive movement. He served as Dennis Kucinich’s press secretary during the 2004 presidential campaign, and as the communications coordinator for the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (better known as ACORN) from 2000 to 2003. In 2005, David spearheaded the exposure of the Downing Street Memos to the attention of the US Government and he had led an ongoing campaign to impeach Bush and Cheney.
David is the founder of the blog WarsACrime.org and his most books, “War is a Lie” and “When the World Outlawed War” provide refutations of every arguments to justify the wars we are embedded in and to debunk the rationale for future wars on America’s horizon.
Newsmaker for 911 Event in NYC: Vigil in Central Park, Sunday Sept. 8 Vigil to recognize and honor the full cost of human life of 911 and those who died afterwards as a result of US military invention
Sunday, September 8 1:00 to 3:00 pm USS Maine Monument, near Columbus Circle in Central Park
Show up wearing as much black as possible, but a black t-shirt and darker jeans is perfect. Please avoid logos and text on your clothing, as we want this to be visually appealing, and simple. Logistics/details:
We expect one volunteer* in white to represent the victims on 9/11/2001. More volunteers in gray will represent the additional US deaths from the wars, and those who died from health effects, or other aspects of 9/11 and “war on terror”.
A large group of people dressed in black will represent the people of other nations who have died in the wars, and destruction of entire societies. Most of these will represent people who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan, but other facets of the (pre-planned) "war on terror" will be included. We will form into various configurations, and take pictures to visually represent the true cost of 9/11.
If you are sure you will attend, please email us, or use the form below.
The latest on healing, overcoming depression, living a longer life, lessening chances of stroke, and overcoming diabetes. Then, discussion of peak water, and water running out in Gaza. Also, extra time today on why we should not be doing any form of military intervention in Syria, with new information and a special report.