On this Project Censored show, the topic is immigration policy and higher education. Specifically, Nolan and Nick take a look at the DACA controversy, and how it is being reported on in the corporate media. This show also features a discussion with college student activists about these and related issues. As well, there’s a discussion of the corporate press and …
Download this episode (right click and save) It was a privilege to have Mike Le Donne, renowned Jazz Pianist and Founder/Pres/CEO Disability Pride NYC (501C3 non-profit organization), on the show to discuss the impetus on forming Disability Pride NYC and how vital their NYC Disability Pride Parade is in eradicating serotypes, bridging communities and creating a platform for performers and attendees with disabilities to experience inclusion and …
Comedian and activist Randy Credico on his subpoena before the House Intelligence Committee, association with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and the truth behind Roger Stone. Credico says he’s the victim of a modern day witch hunt that presages a new political inquisition similar to the dark days of McCarthyism and the black list. Immigration lawyer Eugene Goldstein on DACA and …
Today on a speical episode of The Gary Null Show, Gary covers a deep commentary on the topics going on in today’s world with Donald Trumo and the deporting. Gary plays a insightful audio clip by Ben Swann titled. Opportunistically Outraged? Protesters who are furious that Donald Trump wants to deport 3 million immigrants but silent as President Obama has actually done it. “Let that sink in, President Obama has deported more immigrants than every President of the 20th century combined. In the first half of the program Gary covers the latest in health and healing talking about working out, green tea benefits and how to live a longer life.
The fight for internet privacy has focused much of its attention on government surveillance, but mass data collection is done by private companies as well—and one such firm has “centralized and weaponized” all that information for its customers, Bloomberg reports on Friday. In fact, it has already built a profile on “every American adult,” Bloomberg writes. Read more
Part I: Lee Hall, On Their Own Terms: Animal Liberation for the 21st Century
Ten years experience as an airline worker, including numerous encounters with shipped animals, forged Lee Hall’s interest in animal-liberation philosophy. Hall earned a law degree at age 37, then worked in immigration legal services, taught immigration and animal law at Rutgers University, and served as an animal lawyer in the non-profit world for a decade. In 2014, Hall earned a Master of Laws in environmental law wit a focus on climate change. Hall has been interviewed for Allegheny Front Environmental Radio, Alternet, and Court TV, and teaches at Widener University -Delaware Law.
A new study by the Pew Research Center spurred a rash of headlines last week about “the dying middle class.” But the word “dying” might be more appropriate if we were watching the regrettable but inevitable effects of natural forces at work. We’re not. We’re seeing the fruits of deliberate action – and sometimes of deliberate inaction – at the …
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On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary talks about these topics below plus a great story about doing research with Doctor Allan Cott, the first Orthomolecular psychiatrist on fasting and how it effected people. Gary also tells a story about Key West and the tar pits of Canada. Click on the links below to learn more or just listen:
How fasting helps fight fatty liver disease
Study says probiotics relieved stress for medical students at exam time
Probiotics stop menopause-like bone loss in mice
Pomegranate can serve as a backup ovary
Eating nuts linked to lower risk of colon cancer
Traditional food puts chemotherapy to shame
Fructose alters hundreds of brain genes, which can lead to a wide range of diseases
Gary takes a quick break to play this golden oldie: The Blackbyrds ~ Walking In Rhythm
VIDEO: Matt Damon Speech: Civil Disobedience
VIDEO: Robert Reich debunks Donald Trump’s dangerous lies about immigration
The next employment crisis is here: Job cuts at U.S. companies jump 35 percent in April
Welcome to the machine world: the perfect technological storm
Gary spoke for the whole hour with the great Professor, William Robinson. Here is a bio on him:
Prof William Robinson is Professor of Sociology at the University of California at Santa Barbara. He is also the university’s faculty of Latin American Studies and in the Global and International Studies Program. He describes himself as a scholar-activist, who is deeply involved in American domestic and Third World struggles for social justice, popular empowerment of populations and participatory democracy and government. His areas of focus include globalization, transnationalism, political economics, immigration and a variety of sociological issues. William received his graduate degrees from the University of New Mexico, and has published eight books, his latest being “Global Capitalism and the Crisis of Humanity.”
His website is SOC.UCSB.edu/Faculty/Robinson
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