• The Farmers vs. Monsanto
    Citizen’s Assembly. Courtesy of Simran Sethi The GMO debate continues to grow as the issue received national attention last week in a packed federal courtroom in Manhattan. Farmers filed a a class-action suit against the multinational seed and chemical corporation Monsanto, stating they are no lo...
  • Foster Gamble, filmmaker of THRIVE, What On Earth Will It Take? – E67
    Foster Gamble, President of Clear Compass Media joins us to discuss the topics covered in his new film THRIVE, What On Earth Will It Take?. THRIVE is an unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what’s really going on in our world by following the money upstream. In doing so, it unc...
  • Geoengineering and Weather Modification Cover-Up with Rosalind Peterson – E66

    Many do not know of or haven’t even heard of the word, “geoengineering” (sometimes referred to as “chemtrails”). Rosalind Peterson, California President and Co-Founder of the Agriculture Defense Coalition, discusses geoengineering and weather modification. Her expertise and the mounds of evidence she has accumulated regarding the spraying and experimentation that is happening in our atmosphere is daunting, to say the least. This experimentation and modification of our weather is wreaking havoc on our health, food supply and environment.

  • Robyn O’Brien, Founder of Allergy Kids – E65

    Recently called “the Erin Brockovich of food” by Time Magazine , Robyn O’Brien is an author, speaker, consultant and mom. The founder of the AllergyKids Foundation, O’Brien has delivered TEDx talks as well as inspiring messages to thousands around the country, including entrepreneurs, Congressional offices, corporate professionals, mothers’ groups, schools and universities. She is the author of “The Unhealthy Truth: How Our Food Is Making Us Sick and What We Can Do About It.”

  • When Disaster Strikes with Author, Matthew Stein – E64

    Every time a disaster strikes, you see pictures of people walking down the road. Usually they are thirsty and hungry. Often they are cold, wet, injured, and sick. Before a disaster struck close to home, every one of these people thought that disasters were something that happened to other people in other places. Author, green builder and MIT engineer, Matthew Stein discusses his newest book, “When Disaster Strikes: A Comprehensive Guide to Emergency Planning and Crisis Survival”, which was released in November to rave reviews!

  • Scott and Mary Smith of GM Know, Leading Boulder County’s Fight Against GMOs – E63
    Scott and Mary Smith, founders of GM Know, are actively and passionately working to create change in Boulder County’s GMO policy on public lands. Currently over 25,000 acres of open space are used to grow GMO corn by a small group of about 70 farmers. Scott, Mary and the several hundred members o...
  • Jim Gerritsen, President of OSGATA sues Monsanto – E62

    Jim Gerritsen is an organic farmer and the President of the Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association (OSGATA).  The OSGATA created a stir in food and farming communities when, with legal backing from the Public Patent Foundation, it filed a lawsuit in March against the chemical and biotechnology giant Monsanto.

  • Occupy with Ed Fallon, a Recovering Politician – E61

    Ed Fallon calls himself a recovering politician. From 1993 to 2006, Fallon served seven terms in the Iowa Legislature, representing residents of downtown Des Moines, the surrounding neighborhoods and the City’s northeast side. In 2006 Fallon ran for governor of Iowa. Fallon is the host of a talk radio show called The Fallon Forum. He is currently actively involved in the Occupy Des Moines movement and was arrested along with 35 others last month. Fallon gives a different prospective on the stereotypical occupier that the media portrays. 

  • EU Bans Airport X-Ray Machines, No Signs Show US Will Follow.
    You’re probably aware of the radiation risks associate with backscatter X-ray machines, the machines your friendly TSA agent uses to peep your naked body when you fly. Perhaps you’ve “opted out” from going through the machine and received weird looks from your TSA agent an...
  • Boulder Citizens Say No to GMOs, Will the Commissioners Listen?
    In Boulder, CO, the fight to keep GMOs off county lands is entering the final rounds. After months of deliberation, an agricultural policy group has recommended that GMOs be allowed on open space land and the people of Boulder county are making sure their leaders know they do not approve. Their m...