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  • 01:03

    The Farm

    in News

    On this week’s The Farm radio talk show on the Overthrow Radio Network, host Chris Petherick will discuss the latest news on so-called ag-gag legislation that has been sweeping the country state by state.


    Ag-gag bills are proposed laws that seek to criminalize whistleblowers who expose animal cruelty at farms. Two animal-rights organizations filed lawsuits against two states, Utah and Idaho, and in late July a federal court ruled Idaho’s ag-gag law is unconstitutional. The groups are doing America a favor by exposing awful conditions at many factory farms, but is this their only agenda? Are they really just content with stopping cruelty, or is there ultimate goal to end all consumption of meat?


    Tune in live this Friday morning, Aug. 14, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. ET or download the MP3 in our archives section.


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    Live listeners can call in to the show at (347) 215-7292.


     

  • 01:32

    The Farm

    in News

    On this week’s The Farm radio talk show on the Overthrow Radio Network, host Chris Petherick will be discussing the nuclear deal that was recently signed by Iran and five other nations. It will be an open show with no guest, so callers are encouraged to call in to talk about it.


    Tune in live this Friday morning, July 31, from 11 a.m. to noon ET or download the MP3 in our archives section.


    See OverthrowRadio.com for more information.


    Live listeners can call in to the show at (347) 215-7292.


     

  • 01:02

    The Farm

    in Lifestyle

    On this week’s The Farm radio talk show on the Overthrow Radio Network, host Chris Petherick will be joined by author, food activist, dairy farmer and president of the Weston A. Price Foundation Sally Fallon Morell.


    The show will focus on Sally’s tireless work combatting all of the misinformation out there regarding the foods we eat as well as how to truly live a healthy lifestyle. This is probably the most important topic we face today. After all, what is more important that the food we place in our bodies? If we want to be healthy and live a long, productive life, then it’s critical we get away from the standard American diet and embrace healthy fats and quality meats.


    Tune in live this Friday morning, June 26, from 11 a.m. to noon ET or download the MP3 in our archives section. See OverthrowRadio.com for more information.

  • 01:08

    The Farm

    in News

    On this week’s The Farm radio talk show on the Overthrow Radio Network, host Chris Petherick will be joined by attorney Pete Kennedy, the president of the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund.


    Pete is an expert on raw dairy issues, focusing on issues related to this in several states, as well as other foods. He also works on legislation at the state and federal levels related to food safety and raw milk.


    On this show, Pete and Chris will discuss family farms in the U.S. More specifically, they will look at the case of Vernon Hershberger, the Wisconsin dairy farmer who was targeted by law enforcement and dragged through the courts because he wanted to sell healthy foods to people who wanted to buy them from him. May 28 marks the two-year anniversary of the court ruling that cleared him of most of the charges brought by prosecutors.


    Tune in live this Friday morning, May 29, from 11 a.m. to noon ET or download the MP3 in our archives section. See OverthrowRadio.com for more information.

  • 01:38

    "The Farm" with Sr. Anne Mumin

    in Food

    Welcome to "The Farm" program This evening your host is Sister Anne Mumin and guests. Sr. Anne has been doing some great work in their Georgia communities and will bring us up to date with the details. The show begins at 8:00p.m. est. and you may enter the studio by dialing 1-347-945-5454, or enter the chat room at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa 


    We look forward to our listening audience with their families asking questions and making comments that broaden everyones perspective on issues in today's new world climate. Also, please donate-that helps us keep the show on the air and the unity/communication moving in a forward way> Thanks very much to everyone that has demonstrated support by donating money, time, services and your ideas, we appreciate. To reach us by email; intisar@noimoa.com

  • 01:35

    "The Farm" with Dr. Ridgely Muhammad

    in Food

    Welcome to "The Farm" program with host Dr. Ridgely Muhammad. We are expecting a guest to be on the show but no details provided other than - this family has recently relocated to the farm area and are ranchers. So join us this evening, You know that Doc always has a very good show, bring your family and friends and receive updates about pending projects for our people and new programs to expand our local communities.The show begins at 8:00pm and you may enter the studio at 347-945-5454, or enter into the chat room at http://www.blogtalk.radio.com/noimoa 


    We thank each of you look forward to having you in the studio with us! And, we thank you for being a contributor to this show. To contact us with an information request send an email to, intisar@noimoa.com, and we will respond via email. Enjoy your day!


     

  • 01:12

    The Farm

    in Current Events

    On this week’s The Farm radio talk show on the Overthrow Radio Network, host Chris Petherick will be holding an open show where he will talk about the most pressing issues of the week and will take calls from listeners.


    Topics will include the controversy over vaccinations, women activists crossing the DMZ into North Korea, the end of the Patriot Act and the rise of the Freedom Act, and much more.


    Tune in live this Friday morning, June 5, from 11 a.m. to noon ET or download the MP3 in our archives section. See OverthrowRadio.com for more information.

  • 01:07

    The Farm

    in News

    On this week’s The Farm radio talk show on the Overthrow Radio Network, host Chris Petherick talks with Lenore Skenazy, the author of the popular book Free-Range Kids.


    Chris and Lenore will discuss, among other things, parenting in the modern age of fear. Topics will include recent cases of parents who have been arrested for merely wanting their children to be independent and self-reliant.


    Lenore, who's been called the world’s worst mom for inspiring parents to raise self-sufficient kids, maintains her own website FreeRangeKids, which offers a good reality check on the constant fearmongering put out by the nanny state.


    Check out Lenore’s other sites, Free Range Friend and Lenore Speaks.


    Tune in live this Friday morning, May 8, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. EST or download the MP3 in our archive section.

  • 01:05

    The Farm

    in News

    On this week’s The Farm radio talk show on the Overthrow Radio Network, host Chris Petherick will be joined by Mike Gravel, former United States Senator from Alaska (January 3, 1969 – January 3, 1981.)


    In the first half of the show, Chris and the 2008 Democratic presidential candidate will talk about his recent trip to Iran at the behest of the Iranian government and the nuclear deal being negotiated between the U.S. and the Iranians.


    In the second half, Senator Gravel will discuss his recent business venture that involves using cannabis to treat a variety of illnesses and the personal success he has had using cannabis to treat his own chronic pain.


    Tune in live this Friday morning, May 22, from 11 a.m. to noon ET or download the MP3 in our archives section. See OverthrowRadio.com for more information.

  • 00:59

    The Farm

    in News

    On this week’s The Farm radio talk show on the Overthrow Radio Network, host Chris Petherick talks with Laurie Cohen Peters and Liz Reitzig, the founders of Farm Food Freedom Coalition (F3C).


    Chris, Laurie and Liz will discuss local food production in the age of industrial farming, including the tragic case of New York farmer Joshua Rockwood, who was recently arrested and hit with a series of absurd charges because, among other things, his livestock’s water was frozen in the middle of winter and he did not heat his barns.


    Laurie is a co-founder of the F3C and is a member of the Rawesome Food Club in Venice, Calif., which was raided in 2012 by California officials because it specialized in unprocessed foods, including raw milk. Liz is co-coordinator of Grassfed on the Hill buying club, which serves the greater Washington, D.C. area and is co-founder of F3C. She has spent the past six years representing small farms and consumers at the state legislature and in the halls of Congress lobbying for fewer restrictions on farmers.

  • 00:28

    Tips For Naming Life Insurance Beneficiareis

    in Legal

    We all know that life insurance is a great way to provide for spouse and children after a person dies.   Experience has shown, however, that the necessary care for naming one or more beneficiaries is often lacking.   Depending on the circumstances, the payment of life insurance proceeds can result in unintended consequences such as court involvement, unnecessary taxes and even the named beneficiaries not receiving the amount that was planned for them.    Today we will discuss some of the most common errors made when naming beneficiaries of life insurance policies and how to avoid them.