Guest: Maurice Pressman, Holistic and Spiritual Psychotherapist
With over 50 years of compassionate experience, Dr. Pressman has developed what he refers to as Spiritual Psychotherapy. This combines the best of traditional western practices with the high and powerful regions of the mind. http://www.mauriepressman.com/
The Saturday Special with Michael Zwerling: Interview with Bobby Seale
MZ interviews Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panthers. Listen to stories about the life and times that lead to the founding of one the most influential groups of the 60's. Check out Bobby's website and find out what Bobby is up to now and what you can do to help: http://www.bobbyseale.com/
even though california’s unemployment rate was at its lowest point last month, in 4 and a half years, most of the jobs recovered were in the business and professional sectors, and the leisure and hospitality services. this still leaves CALIFORNIA tied with mississippi for the third highest unemployment in the u.s.
Food Chain Radio Show #916 April 20, 2013 • Sat 9AM Pacific
Michael Olson hosts Diana Reeves, GMO Free USA •••• Why boycott Kellogg’s for selling GMO cereals? Having spent nearly $800,000 to defeat California’s GMO labeling initiative, Kellogg’s has positioned itself firmly in opposition to those who want to know about the GMOs in breakfast cereals. ****** When I asked Kellogg’s to join me on the Food Chain Radio show to discuss the GMO Free USA-led boycott of their breakfast cereals, spokesperson Kris Charles suggested, in a friendly sort of way, that everyone should just “go eat Kashi.”
******* What Kellogg’s was saying, in effect, was that it provides the marketplace with a line of cereals that are organic and Non-GMO Project Verified, and if that is what consumers want, that is what they can get with Kellogg’s cereals. … Today, the soothing properties of cannabis are claimed to be medicinal, and people now demand from the powers-that-be the right to grow and consume their own medicine. Their demand leads us to ask… •••• Why boycott Kellogg’s for selling GMO cereals?
u-c-s-c’s director of admissions, reports that less than half of the applicants, for the freshmanclass of 2013, were offered admission to the university. school officials cite fewer openings as the reason for the 12 percent reduction of new students. this means that the standards for admission are becoming more selective. the average grade point of an accepted applicant is now a 3.86