Barbara H. Peterson on March 20th, 2012

What I discovered amidst the Northern California redwoods is what both a majority of Americans and Pat Robertson already sense (according to a 2011 Gallup poll): beyond its obviously valuable medicinal properties, taxing cannabis like alcohol for adult use will bring a half-trillion dollars into the legitimate American economy in the first five years after prohibition ends and will thus play a significant role in balancing the U.S. budget, while jump-starting an American agricultural and manufacturing revival.

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Barbara H. Peterson on February 15th, 2011

Eric Herm joins us this Wednesday evening to discuss the ravages of commercial agriculture, including the GMO blight.

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Barbara H. Peterson on February 8th, 2011

Nell Walton joins us this Wednesday evening to discuss her novel titled “The Bone Trail.”

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Rady on August 2nd, 2009

By Rady Ananda From a high-tech, deep cover investigation emerges The Cove, a stunning documentary exposing the horrors of dolphin slaughter – for human consumption, despite extreme levels of mercury contamination. Dolphin activist Ric O’Barry and his crack team of world-class divers, ex-military, professional artisans and a former NatGeo photographer risk life, limb and freedom […]

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Rady on July 5th, 2009

By Rady Ananda What do urbanites know about farming? ana Sofia joanes’ Fresh shows us how a sustainable food system operates – by focusing on personal and community stories of change. Fresh is delightful, humorous and charming. What else can be said of a film that opens with, “Pig, pig, pig, pig”? But it also […]

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Barbara H. Peterson on June 17th, 2009

The vast bulk of food production is now controlled by just a few mega-corporations with one value: profit. Relying on genetic engineering, pesticides and antibiotics, factory food is cheap, requiring little land. But the external costs to our health, the environment and the natural food industry are enormous.

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