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Obamacare - The Last Battle in a War Almost Lost

Obamacare – The Last Battle in a War Almost Lost

The United States Supreme Court just finished listening to three days of oral arguments regarding the constitutionality of President Obama's attempt to remake the health care industry - Obamacare. At issue is the central section of the legislation requiring every person in the United States to purchase...

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Tom Grier

HS 85 – Bad Science and Lyme Disease with Tom Grier

With spring coming into full swing, so are ticks and the warnings of Lyme disease. But just how serious is this disease?  Jason Hartman interviews Tom Grier, Executive Director of Pathology Studies at MIBDEC, a non-profit organization.  Listen at:  www.HolisticSurvival.com. Tom tells his horrendous...

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Harley Schlanger

HS 84 – Future Predictions, and Monetary Policy with Harley Schlanger

Join Jason Hartman for an interesting interview with Harley Schlanger, the Western States Bureau Chief for the controversial and interesting LaRouche Pac. Harley defines the purpose of LaRouche Pac, describing it as based on the intersection of philosophy, history and science, looking at economics as...

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Avoid These 3 Identity Theft Tricks

Avoid These 3 Identity Theft Tricks

The crime of besmirching the good name of another is as old as the hills, though what we have come to know as identity theft has skyrocketed since the dawn of the Digital Age. Using methods both old fashioned and cutting edge, identity criminals have created an amazing amount of paranoia among the general...

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Steven Wyer

HS 83 – “Violated Online” with Steven Wyer

A friend Googles your name and on the front page, in the No. 1 position, is something negative about you.  It could be a bad review, an old incriminating photo, or even an old criminal mug shot for some petty crime you committed in college.  How did it get there and by whom?  Join Jason Hartman as...

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Roger Roots

HS 82 – The Proper Constitutional Role of a Juror with Roger Roots

The original intent of a jury was to keep government tyranny in check. In today’s legal system, jurors are rarely told that they have this power. Jason Hartman interviews legal scholar and civil liberties activist, Roger Roots, on the responsibilities of juries and the Constitutional purpose of juries....

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Nora Gedgaudas

HS 81 – Combating Stress and Anxiety Through Nutrition and Neurofeedback with Nora Gedgaudas

Join Jason Hartman and author of Primal Body, Primal Mind, Nora Gedgaudas, as they explore the negative effects of stress and anxiety on our brains and how nutrition is essential to a healthy brain. Nora explains how high levels of stress causes dumps of cortisol, leaving the brain “marinating” in...

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Dr. David Rock

HS 80 – “Your Brain at Work” with Dr. David Rock

Join Jason Hartman and co-founder and director of Neuro Leadership Institute, Dr. David Rock, as they explore conceptual issues of the brain as it pertains to work, such as focus, managing distractions, why our brains feel taxed, and how to maximize mental resources. Listen at:  www.HolisticSurvival.com....

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