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  • 00:06

    What are the benefits of Electro Body Sculpting?

    in Weight Loss

    Electro Body Sculpting  or commonly referred to as Electrotherapy is excellent for weight loss and muscle toning. It is a powerful, safe and painless alternative to surgery or drugs, achieving rapid results with no downtime. The soothing electro-stimulation breaks up fat and strengthens, tones and firms abdominals, glutes, legs, arms and love handles.


    Other benefits include improved circulation, toxin elimination increased metabolism and lymph drainage.


    For more information visit www.beachbeautifulbody.com


     

  • 01:05

    Jordan Lake Lead Vocalist of Craymer (Electro-Pop from Seattle)

    in Electronic Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Jordan Lake, lead vocalist of Seattle based electro-pop band Craymer. 



    http://craymermusic.com


    Craymer’s music has been featured on MTV, E!, Oxygen and ABC Family. They have toured the west coast; opening for acts such as Noah Gundersen, Jaymes Young, and Branches, as well as receiving radio play on over 200 college radio stations. Their sound has been compared to bands like Barcelona, citing Keane and Death Cab for Cutie among others as their main influences.

  • 01:57

    PNN - EM-Pollution-Pipes-and-Emine

    in Politics Progressive

    PNN brings you the final show of the year


    Katie Singer Electromagnetic Pollution and the impacts of Electromagnetic Pollution on our Health


    Steven Horn on Pipelines and Pollution


    Emine Dilek and the New Turkish Party a special Report


    TUNE IN LIVE or ANYTIME


    solidarity & peace


    Rick Spisak News Director
    PNN
    www.NewMercuryMedia.com/pnn/
     


     

  • 00:59

    David Katz: Solving the Plastic Pollution Problem & Poverty Together

    in Lifestyle

    The future may indeed be in plastics.  David Katz is the founder and CEO of The Plastic Bank, an ambitious social enterprise that aims to solve the plastic pollution problem and poverty at the same time.


    The Plastic Bank provides an opportunity for the world’s poor to collect and trade plastic waste as a currency. That's right.  Plastic waste found at beaches and other waterways is turned into a source of income for our world's most marginalized citizens.  What's more, plastic collectors can get access to 3D printers creating entrepreneurial opportunities.  


    Today David Katz, who is the President of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (E.O.) Vancouver Chapter and recent winner of the organization's Global Citizen Award, will share his inspiration for reducing global poverty and stopping plastic from entering our oceans.

  • 00:31

    discussion on prenatal health..air pollution..autism and much more

    in Nutrition

    prenatal health is so important..we will go over the basics of support..and why keeping detox pathways open in a pregnant mom is crucial..as well as which supplements are the most important  

  • 01:00

    Can't Stop the Water, Film - Native American Tribe: Sea Levels w/ Oil Pollution

    in Lifestyle

    Tuesday, April 14, 3pm EDT:  Today’s featured film on Progressive Film Hour is Can’t Stop the Water,  a film about Climate Change refugees right here in our own country: they are a Native American tribe and they are in the New Orleans area.


    To discuss the film are its director/producer Rebecca Ferris, chief of the tribe, Chief Albert, and Julie Maldonado.


    Rebecca Marshall Ferris, Director and Producer or Can’t Stop the Water began her career with the renowned documentary film company, Pennebaker Hegedus Films, serving as associate producer on their films Down From The Mountain, Startup.com, Only The Strong Survive, andElaine Stritch at Liberty.


     Julie Koppel Maldonado obtained her doctorate in Anthropology from American University in 2014. Her doctoral research focused on the experiences of environmental change and displacement in tribal communities in coastal Louisiana. 


    Chief Albert P. Naquin is the Traditional Chief of the Isle de Jean Charles Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw, located in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. Chief  He has been the chief since 1997.

  • 01:01

    Drowning in Plastic

    in Environment

    Dianna Cohen, CEO and Co-Founder


    The Plastic Pollution Coalition is working to help END our cycle of plastics use - yes - END! Dianna was inspired to co-found the group by her work as an artist because her chosen material is the ubiquitous plastic bag. In one bio I read about her she writes: "Having worked with the plastic bag as my primary material for the past fifteen years, all of the obvious references to recycling, first-world culture, class, high and low art give way to an almost formal process which reflects the unique flexibility of the medium." With the Plastic Pollution Coalition, she helps to raise awareness of ocean waste -- the majority of which is nondegradable plastic -- and everyday strategies to cut down the amount of plastic we use and throw away. This show was made possible due to the generous support of The Fairfax Companies.

  • 02:13

    This is a call out!!!!... On the abuse of the concept of a Call Out.

    in Entertainment

    https://socialdissonance.wordpress.com/2015/05/16/all-called-out-by-phoenix-calida/


    This blog post is about Call Outs by Phoenix Calida. 

    We'll center the show around that, plus we'll have news, comment and William J Jackson critiquing rap. 

    We alson have liberals donating to a sick conservative. 
    Baltimore investing 30 MIllion in a prison instead of 11 Million on education. 


    Men's Rights Activists are Maxed out on being Mad about Mad Max.


    Wyoming makes it a crime to collect evidence of pollution. 

    Let's get into this episode of the Wine Cellar. 
     

  • 00:38

    Ted Chabasinski--Barbaric Electroshock still used on adults & children

    in Politics

    In coordination with Citizens Commission on Human Rights (cchr.org) we continue our expose' of the human rights violations conducted under the auspices of "mental health". 


    BIO:


    Ted Chabasinski is an attorney and human rights activist in Berkeley, California. In 1944, as a 6-year-old boy so intellectually gifted he jumped from first grade to third he was taken from his foster home in the Bronx to New York’s Bellevue Hospital where he was pronounced “schizophrenic”, because his mother had been labelled “schizophrenic”. There he began a series of 20 electro-convulsive shock treatments. The boy, Ted Chabasinski, was one of hundreds of children used in ECT experiments. Tests since condemned as barbaric. He remained an inmate in a state psychiatric hospital until the age of seventeen. Chabasinski survived and became active in the civil rights movement and ultimately an attorney.


    In January 2007 Chabasinski acted as the attorney for the late psychiatric survivor activist and author Judi Chamberlain, the medical journalist and author of Mad in America and Anatomy of an Epidemic, Robert Whitaker, and the director of MindFreedom International David Oaks in opposing a motion by Eli Lilly to extend an injunction to conceal documents that revealed that the company had known for the previous decade of the potentially lethal effects of Zyprexa ( an antipsychotic )and had engaged in an illegal off-label marketing campaign.


    As a patients’ rights lawyer, Chabasinski continues to champion human rights, and writes, speaks, and blogs on issues of individual rights and freedoms.


    Most recently, he has organized an International Day of Protest Against Shock Treatment, being held on May 16, 2015. There will be demonstrations in many countries and cities around the world.


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  • 01:13

    Evolve! with Robin White Turtle Lysne

    in Culture

    Evolve!


    Nurturing the New in Consciousness, the Arts, and Culture


    with host Robin White Turtle Lysne, M.A., M.F.A., Ph.D. 


    This month meet Captain Charles Moore of the Agalita Foundation


    CAPTAIN CHARLES MOORE


    FOUNDER &? RESEARCH DIRECTOR


    Captain Charles Moore founded the Algalita Marine Research Institute in 1994 “to protect and restore the marine environment.” Captain Moore has become a world-renowned expert on the issue, as plastic debris should be seen as the No. 1 threat to the planet. 


    Moore won the 2014 Peter Benchley Ocean Awards “Hero of the Seas” award, among many others, and has been featured in major media forums including National Public Radio, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, NBC, CBS, CNN, “The Late Show with David Letterman, The Colbert Report, ABC’s “Nightline” and “Good Morning America,” and The Wall Street Journal. Published in Marine Pollution Bulletin and Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society.  His book is Plastic Ocean. In June 2012, Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, Canada, bestowed on Captain Moore a well-earned Doctor of Laws Honoris Causa.

  • 00:31

    Chemicals in our food supply and environment make your body store fat

    in Health

    Something you may have never heard about is that certain chemicals in our food supply and our environment, such as pesticides, herbicides, and certain petrochemicals from air and water pollution, household cleaners, plastics, cosmetics, etc can react with your hormones and make your body store excess abdominal fat. These harmful chemicals are known as xenoestrogens. Excess exposure to these can cause hormone balance disruptions for both men and women.  Tune in Wednesday May-20 at 7:Pm for the Rest of the Story.