LOA Today – 03.12.15

This week on LOA Today: critics of the Law of Attraction claim that it cannot be true that we attract into our lives what we think and feel about because of the evidence of horrible things that happen to the innocent in this life. They point out that it’s absurd and insulting to say, for instance, that the people who …

How different are the children of today? – interview with Meg Blackburn Losey – 03.13.15

Our children are here to create a better future for us. Many names are given to today’s children; Indigo Children, Crystalline Children, Star Kids, Children of Light, Transitional Children and the Beautiful Silent Ones. Whatever their labels, these children are different and they’re here to know differently.  We need a new world and they are going to build it. Meg Blackburn Losey is …

Black Agenda Radio – 03.09.15

New Yorkers Need Less Law Enforcement

Bill Bratton, New York City’s police commissioner, wants to hire 1,000 more officers. But there are already too many cops busying themselves arresting Black and brown people for minor offenses, said Josmar Trujillo, of New Yorkers Against Bratton, which favors redirecting resources to improving conditions in poor neighborhoods. Police are “harassing and ticketing us, they’re criminalizing us en masse,” said Trujillo, “We don’t want more copse, we want to move away from law enforcement” under the slogan, “Strong Communities Make Police Obsolete.”

Leid Stories – 03.12.15

Haiti: A Treasure Trove of Questionable Clinton Dealings Emailgate, the latest issue to bring Hillary Rodham Clinton’s credibility and ethics into question, probably won’t be the last to stand in the way of an all-but-declared presidential run. A survivor of several criminal, ethics-violations, conflict-of-interest and corruption investigations that span her political career, Clinton reportedly is at the center of at …

Are You a Mouth Breather? The Health Risks and the Solutions with Dr. Howard Hinden – 03.12.15

Howard Hindin D.D.S. is trained in all aspects of general dentistry, with an early emphasis on surgery and endodontia. Since the 1990s, his practice has also focused on cosmetic dentistry, temporomandibular joint disorders, craniofacial pain, dental sleep medicine and  complementary medicine as well as advocacy for patient and doctor rights. An acknowledged pioneer in the relationship between dental issues and whole body health, Dr. Hindin …