Chronic Diseases Diminished, Richard Pearl, Politically Incorrect Principled Radio, Liam Scheff, Conspiracy Realities, FEMA Camps, Presidential Predictions, Cannabis Lungs and More on The Robert Scott Bell Show January 12, 2011

The CDC tracks the many causes of death in the U.S. and now they are claiming that homicide rates are falling. While this is good news, more people are dying from chronic diseases. Do government officials have a clue as to why? No, but RSB does and he’ll let loose on some strategies so that you and your loved ones do not become CDC statistics!

Then radio’s Richard Pearl, along with Liam Scheff, joins the show for plenty of political incorrectness. We’ll manage to cover topics from the racial bias that may get Obama re-elected (despite the anti-black policies he represents), to the push to invade Iran (are they really building bombs, or is it a smoke-screen), to a conspiracy theorist’s breakdown of the next four years.

Will we be living in FEMA camps? Will we be rounded up as undesirables and stuffed into cages in Guantanamo? Or, will the cages look more like our living rooms (and in fact, be our homes)?

What can we do to avoid the worst-case scenario, as communities, individuals, and a country?

What will happen with money, and where should you put yours? Is cash king? What’s the real value of gold?

We’ll breeze and bounce through these topics and more, in a wild and wooly RSB Show today.

Richard Pearl on Pearls of Health Radio and Simply Natural:

Here are some other stories we’ll be covering on the show today:

10 Reasons Democrats. Liberals and Progressives should vote for Ron Paul…

The CDC claims that homicide rates are dropping, but deaths from chronic diseases are on the rise. RSB explains…

Snoop Dog busted for having an herb outlawed by the federal government…

How is it possible that the Snoop can sing? A new study claims that pot smoking does not damage the lungs. What’s the big picture?

Quote of the day: “I would rather be exposed to the inconveniencies attending too much liberty than those attending too small a degree of it.” – Thomas Jefferson, Letter to Archibald Stuart, December 23, 1791

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