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.

January 20, 2014  

Professor Clayborne Carson is a professor of history at Stanford University where he is the Founding Director of the Martin Luther King Research and Education Institute and director of the Martin Luther King Papers Project. When he was 19, he participated in Dr. King’s historic march on Washington on August 28, 1963, and subsequently was active in the nation’s nonviolent civil rights and anti-war movements. He has a distinguished career having taught and lectured at many of the finest universities in the world. His theatrical plays based upon the life and work of Martin luther King have been performed internationally, even translated in Arabic and performed in the West Bank. He also served as an advisor for the MLK National Memorial.

Prof. Carson has written extensively on Martin Luther King, as well as Malcolm X and the African American struggle for freedom during the past 35 years.His most recent book is “Martin’s Dream: My Journey and the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.” His institute’s website is MLK-KPP01.Stanford.edu, with many resources and information on MLK’s legacy and work.

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January 17, 2014  

Decoding the Net Neutrality Court Case – Verizon vs FCC


Josh Levy is the Internet Campaign Director for Free Press, a nationwide movement to promote public interest and strengthen democracy through the media and technology polices, including universal and affordable access to high-speed internet access and neutrality.  Before joining Free Press, Josh was the managing editor of Change.org, where he supervised the launch of more than a dozen issue-based blogs. Josh holds a B.A. in English and religion from the University of Vermont and an M.F.A. in integrated media arts from Hunter College.

 


Free Press runs the coalition, SaveTheInternet.com to fight on behalf of millions of people to protect internet freedom.   Listeners can voice their opposition to the court’s ruling against internet neutrality which favors the large ISP providers such as Verizon, TimeWarner and ATT at their website SaveTheInternet.com

 

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January 16, 2014  

The best ways of staying healthy and living a longer life! Then, a continuation of the Fascism in America series, on how we're becoming a police state. Plus commentary, calls from listeners, and more!

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January 15, 2014  

Gary with a new empowering hour, including a special talk back segment. The latest on health and healing including information on dietary fiber, muscle training in women, and a paradigm shift with British doctors prescribing for depression. Then, Dr. David Brownstein on the new flu vaccine. And more!

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January 14, 2014  

America’s $17 trillion gross debt and threats to Social Security and other social safety nets


Marty Wolfson is the director of the Higgins Labor Studies Program at the University of Notre Dame where he has been a professor of economics since 1989. His research focuses on labor and financial markets, macroeconomic policies, globalization and local economic development. Prof. Wolfson sits on the Board of Directors of the Community Forum for Economic Development in South Bend Indiana, which promotes social and economic equity and improved living standards for local residents. Prior to that Prof. Wolfson was an economist at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C.  He has received awards awards for advancing social and economic justice within local communities, and is a frequent contributor to Dollars and Sense website.  He is also a co-editor of “The Handbook of the Political Economy of Financial Crises” published by Oxford University Press.
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January 13, 2014  

Today, a packed hour with commentaries addressing the NSA, Chris Christie, and what we didn't know about the information age. Also Fukushima Radiation 800 percent higher than any government standard. And more!

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January 10, 2014  

Strategies for a new social transformation moving into the future to challenge the powers of Washington and corporate America

Kevin Zeese is an attorney and political activist. He is the co-director of Its Our Economy, director of Come Home America, an organizer for the National Occupation of Washington DC and one of the original developers of Occupy Washington.   He has worked for 3 decades on drug policy reform and serves as the president of the organization Common Sense on Drug Policy.  In 2006 Kevin ran on the Maryland ballot for the US Senate with the Maryland Green Party. He was Ralph Nader’s press secretary for his 2004 presidential campaign and  worked closely with Ralph Nader’s group Democracy Rising to oppose the Iraq War.  Among his activist work is challenging the Chamber of Commerce and Karl Rove’s Americans Crossroads organization, seeking to overturn Citizens United, and efforts to bring Rupert Murdoch to justice for phone hacking.

 

A frequent co-author of articles with Dr. Margaret Flowers that appear in Counterpunch, Truthdig, Common Dreams, Washington Post, Alternet and other progressive online news sources.  He also co-hosts Clearing the Fog radio with Dr. Flowers.  His websites are ComeHomeAmerica.us and ItsOurEconomy.us

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January 9, 2014  

It is not just the NSA!! Dozens of other agencies are spying on Americans

Dr. Shahid Buttar is the executive director of the Bill of Rights Defense Committee and the People’s Campaign for the Constitution which aims to defend civil liberties, constitution al rights and the rules of law threatened by the war on terror.  He received his JD degree from Stanford Law School and formerly was the chief editor of the Stanford Environmental Law Journal.

Shahid also serves on the advisory bodies of the national Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms, the national Campaign to Restore Civil Rights and the South Asian Americans Leading Together organizations.  His articles appear in the New York Times, USA Today,  al-Jazeera, and Truthout.  His websites are www.BORDC.org and www.ShahidButtar.com

 

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January 8, 2014  

Are we falling off the climate precipice? How much time is left for humanity?

Dahr Jamail has become a world renowned investigate journalist for documenting the human cost of the Iraq and the growing misery in the lives of Iraqi citizens. He has been a journalist for Al-Jazeera’s human rights department and is currently the al-Jazeera’s Online News Producer based in Doha, Qatar. His reports and stories have are published frequently by The Nation, the Guardian, Foreign Policy in Focus, Le Monde Diplomatique, TomDispatch and other progressive news outlets. He has received many awards for his journalism, including four Project Censored awards.

Dahr is the author of several books including “Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq” and “Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Embedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq”

More recently, Dahr has been focusing his attention on the future impact of climate change and global warming, highlighting the research and prognosis of leading climatologists who are warning of humanity’s dire future ahead. His website is DahrJamail.net

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January 7, 2014  

Determining the threats from Fukushima

Dr. Christopher Busby is a chemical physicist who has specialized in the adverse effects of low level ionizing radiation. He is the currently the director Green Audit, the scientific advisor of the Low Level Radiation Campaign and a visiting professor at the University of Ulster’s School of Biomedical Sciences. Earlier he was a member of the British government’s Committee Examining Radiation Risks and was appointed to the British Ministry of Defense’s Oversight Committee on Depleted Uranium. He also serves a science advisor for UK’s Green Party.

In the past he has worked closely with Russian nuclear experts to determine the long-term effects of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster and has been an outspoken critic against the Japanese government’s handling of the Fukushima catastrophe and the failure of the international community to take decisive action in containing the radioactive reactor leaks that have continued for the past 3 years.

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