Anti-nuclear activist Ace Hoffman sheds light on the inner workings of the nuclear industry and brings the issues surrounding nuclear power into crystal clarity.

Richard Sauder was taken against his will, drugged, and brutalized repeatedly by a shaman in the Amazon. He urgently needs funds for his legal case, and is seeking damages – as well as to put the shaman in jail for assault and battery. If you can help, time is of the essence!

We continue our exploration of precious metals and their value as real money throughout global systemic transition and the predicted failure of paper money. Join us with James Turk and learn what you can do to protect yourself when the money bubble pops!

Recently, Nia Vardalos (My Big Fat Greek Wedding) opened the door to her very private world and released a new book called Instant Mom. If you’ve ever felt as if your heart was the key to your happiness and fulfillment, you will feel as if this treasure Nia Vardalos offers up is for you.

A monumental applied scientist and inventor, Dr. Joseph Resnick holds numerous US and foreign patents for “exotic technologies” – not to mention the mineral rights for the Moon and Mars.

What can be done to elevate humanity in the modern day, full of busy people who are in a hurry to meet their scheduled appointments and commitments, when life just happens and animals get hit on the road? Tune in as Kim offers her take on what it means to be part of the human family.

Dane Wigington has dedicated his life to expose the short- and long-term threats posed by geoengineering, including massive plant and animal die-off and escalating human health concerns.

Inventor John Ellis has revolutionized water filtration for decades with a lightweight, patented technology for energizing and distilling tap water. We discuss the history, evidence, and testimonials that support this unprecedented breakthrough in water structuring technology.

In Blessing the Hands that Feed Us, bestselling author Vicki Robin presents an inspiring memoir and a guide to the challenges and opportunities of eating and buying food locally (within a 10-mile radius of your home). We explore the experiences that shaped her book, the rights and health issues that underscore the locavore movement, and the vital role of local food systems in health, community, economy, and sovereignty.

When the Space Shuttle program ended in 2011, many assumed that NASA’s space programs had come to a close – but the agency is developing a new vehicle for space flight. Dr. Sharon Cobb introduces the Space Launch System Office, managed at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.