The Gary Null Show Gary takes on the real issues that the mainstream media is afraid to tackle. Tune in to find out the latest about health news, healing, politics, and the economy.

October 31, 2013  

Plum Island, its secret past in germ biological research, and its future - with Professor Karl Grossman.

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

October 30, 2013  

Nature as it was, as it is now and as it can be, and how we can reclaim our loss of memory of nature’s splendor and wildness

JB MacKinnon is one of Canada’s most popular authors and script writers on the environment and ecology and a leader in local food movements.  He is a past editor of Adbusters, the magazine that launched the Occupy Wall Street movement, and was a senior contributing editor for Explore, Canada’s national outdoors publication.  JB has received over a dozen national and international awards for his essays and science writing. 

October 29, 2013  

A look at the rise of crony capitalism in America during the Obama years

Hunter Lewis is a co-founder of Cambridge Associates, a global investment firm and an author on economics, capitalism, environmental and medical issues and moral philosophy. He is the president of the Alliance for Natural Health, who we have worked closely with on documentary films in the past, and is a former chairman of the National Environmental Trust and World Watch Institute In the past he was president of American School of Classical Studies in Athens Greece.

Hunter has written many books on economic issues. His latest are “Crony Capitalism in America 2008-2012” and “Free Prices Now: Fixing the Economy by Abolishing the Fed”  He is a graduate of Harvard University and his website is

October 29, 2013  

Gary gives the latest information in health and healing, our environment, and living a more empowered and longer life. Also, commentary from Ralph Nader, Chris Hedges, William Manson, and more. 

October 25, 2013  

America’s class war, with Chris Hedges

Chris Hedges is one of our nation’s most insightful cultural critics, social and political activists and authors. For almost 20 years he was a foreign correspondent in war zones and conflicts in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans, having reported for The New York Times, Christian Science Monitor and other news outlets.  While at the Times, Chris received the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for reporting on global terrorism. The same year he received Amnesty International’s Global Award for Human Rights Journalism.  Over the years he has taught at Columbia, Princeton, NYU and the University of Toronto.


Among Chris’ many noteworthy books. His latest is “Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt”  – a  compelling hard look at the most impoverished regions in the US that have become what Chris calls “sacrifice zones” for the benefit of the  powerful and wealthy


October 24, 2013  

The latest in health and healing, including benefits of pine nuts, and how meditation and yoga can lower your blood pressure. Then, in the environmental segment, writing on Monsanto and India, as well as the latest from Gerald Celente the trends forecaster. Then guest Dr. Murray Susser discussing Lyme's Disease.

October 23, 2013  

Today Gary shares the latest in health, nutrition and living a longer life. Then from the environmental segment, plants and their effect on the environment. Also, guest Paul Pillar, ex-CIA. And more!

October 22, 2013  

Is our government’s dysfunction actually functional for a premeditated agenda?

Prof. Norman Pollack is a professor emeritus of history at Michigan State University in East Lansing Michigan. He has a long history of engaging civil rights and anti-war activities over the decades, beginning when he was 15 and campaigning for Henry Wallace and his Progressive Party in 1948.  Later he campaigned for Adlai Stevenson in the 50s and supported Martin Luther King. A two time Guggenheim fellow, Prof. Pollack was a major intellectual voice during the late 60s in giving an knowledgeable boost to the New Left and writing on American populism, which became an popular documentary "The Populist Mind".  After receiving his doctorate in American Civilization from Harvard, he taught at Yale and Wayne State before going to Michigan. In his later years he has focused on the history of civil disobedience, socio-political alienation, and the sociology of fascism. Prof. Pollack currently writes for Counterpunch, looking at the identifying characteristics of America's descent into a new form of neoliberal fascist state.

October 21, 2013  

Today as always Gary brings you the latest knowledge in health and nutrition. Then, new commentaries from Gary and also Chris Hedges. Then in the environmental segment, good news about GMOs. And more!

October 18, 2013  

Repurchasing Market (Repo), the debt ceiling, and Obama's protecting banks over the domestic economy - with Mike Whitney.

Mike Whitney is a finance scholar and journalist specializing in the domestic and European economics and America’s handling of the economic crisis. He is an associate researcher for the think tank Global Research in Quebec, and his writings frequently appear on Counterpunch, Global, Dissident Voice, Market Oracle and other independent news sites. He is a contributor to the volume “Hopeless: Barack Obama and the Politics of Illusion.”

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