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Tim Nolan
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Reform Activist, Investigative Reporter
Reform Activist, Investigative Reporter

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What do I eat in a day? I get this question all the time. Watch and find out! Learn how to elevate and take charge. There is no glory in giving up, and there is no glory in staying sick. Life is about living the very best way that we know how, and to realize that suffering does not have to be a part of it. Pain is inevitable, but suffering is a choice. In my first book, From HELL to inspired, I take you with me on my own journey from feeling completely lost and sick, to living the life that I love. I have shared my experience on living with a so-called chronic illness, and my encounters with our so-called health care system. I am happy and honored to be able to share my path and my knowledge, and I am confident that if you are in the need of healing, on any level, you will find truth between those covers.
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Remember when the neocon warmongers
of the Project for the New American Century
decided America needed another Peal Harbor
in order to regiment us better?

On this anniversary of Pearl Harbor you
might be surprised to learn the official
Peal Harbor story, like the 9/11 story, is
full of official fraud.
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THE AGE OF FEAR Psychiatry's Reign of Terror From instilling fear in asylum inmates with brutal treatments, to the modern application of restraint, senseless drugging and electroshock, psychiatrists have a long and hidden history of force, intimidation and outright terror. This is where Germany enters the picture, for it was here that psychiatry was born, here where psychiatry was nurtured and grew, and here where psychiatry would commit one of the world's most horrific atrocities. Filmed in Germany and Austria, The Age of Fear contains shocking personal testimony and revealing inside footage that tell the true story of psychiatry, whose reliance on brutality and coercion has not changed since the moment it was born.
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What we want and what we do needs to be connected. What I did, and how to move forward. Stay focused on YOU. Honor where you are at this moment. We are all in this together.
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Texas law is pretty simple.

Anyone murdered in Texas - regardless
of who he is - gets a Texas autopsy.

But when Kennedy was shot, the Secret
Service stormed the hospital and literally
battled Texas officials for the casket.

And that was only the beginning of the
strangeness relating to the post-assassination
handling of Kennedy's body.

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This week on MIA Radio, we share the time between two interviewees; clinical psychologist Dr. Noel Hunter and entrepreneur and author Brett Francis.
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Doctrine of Discovery—in the name of Christ. European descendants benefit from a violent history of land grabbing and genocide that was justified by patriotism and religion. This same theology formed an international legal structure that continues to dispossess Indigenous Peoples of their land. What does it mean to be a peacemaker today in a world where the present is defined by the violence of the past?
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Healing from Lupus
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Sugar is addictive and fuels disease

Sugar and fructose feed the pleasure center of the brain. We feel good when we eat some sugar. Is a little bit okay? Sure. But how many people stop at just a little bit?

A huge proportion of processed foods contain sugar and its substitutes such as high fructose corn syrup. We consume far more sugar now than we ever have, and it’s taking a toll on our health.
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The full replay of a symposium held at the University of Maryland and co-sponsored by the Hazelden Betty Ford Institute for Recovery Advocacy and Mary Christie Foundation on Oct. 17, 2017. The event was moderated by William Moyers and included remarks from Robert Caret, chancellor of the University of Maryland System; a keynote by Dr. Jason Kilmer from the University of Washington; a panel discussion among five university presidents and system heads, facilitated by NASPA head Dr. Kevin Kruger; and another panel discussion among experts.
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