LEAP director, former MI5 agent, and whistleblower Annie Machon answers difficult questions that get to the heart of a global surveillance culture and a military industrial complex whose ramifications are difficult to imagine.
John Davis, the CEO of the Northwest Patient Resource Center (NWPRC), is at the heart of the burgeoning cannabis industry in the United States. As the reality of marijuana legalization takes root in the U.S., John discusses the issues and the fine points of stewarding a massive drug policy change in the United States.
Roni Bell Sylvester is a passionate champion of private property rights in the United States of America, including the beneficial use of water as a vested property right. We discuss the many legal quagmires connected to water, land ownership, and resource complexes, and Roni’s ideas about how to correct and heal the issues caused by federal regulatory interference in state affairs.
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!
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.
“If I take a cup and put it into a trash bag, it is immediately turned to garbage,” Daniel Hathaway says, lamenting the ease with which goods become trash. The “Recycling King” outlines a new paradigm for whole systems waste management, zero waste, and biodynamic agriculture.