Listen HR 1 HERE. HR 2. Dr. Theresa Dale, author of Revitalize Your Hormones, shares with us her personal life experience and her clinical experience with hormone imbalance and poor health. She details her healthy approach to hormone revitalization. This is a don't miss interview for men and women! Hormone replacement therapy is highly controversial, and many women refuse it.
Listen HERE. Independent researcher and political analyst Dean Henderson joins us this evening for an honest, everyday man’s look at geopolitical events. Dean is the author of the autobiographical book, “Stickin It To The Matrix,” His geopolitical books include “Big Oil & Their Bankers In The Persian Gulf,” and “The Grateful Unrich.” This program, Dean and I talk about the current events surrounding the Edward Snowden / NSA spying / Russia situation, the machinations in Syria, the overt censorship of Press TV, the sputtering economy, and other heated geopolitical topics.
Dave McGowan, author of a very intriguing series of articles and soon to be published book, tentativley titled, “The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation” is making his second visit on Far Out Radio. When Dave was on last March 27, 2013 we covered the very beginnings of Laurel Canyon when it was a dusty remote playground area for Hollywood’s silent film stars and other unusual artist types all the way through to the end of the ’50s.
On August 16, 1977 the entire world was stunned by the news of the death of the King of Rock'n Roll, Elvis Presley. Although it was no secret that he was not in good health, he was only 42 years old.
His funeral was the very next day and was enormous! While some thought that was a little odd, most of us were just in shock, very sad, and didn't give it much attention.
Listen HERE. One of our BEST Encore (Repeat) shows. Our guest is independent historian and author, Xaviant Haze. His book, “The Suppressed History of America: The Murder of Meriwether Lewis and the Mysterious Discoveries of the Lewis and Clark Expedition” published by Bear & Company was co-authored with Paul Schrag.
It’s too bad that the “history” most of us learn from public school isn’t this interesting.