June 18th, 2017, 1-3pm EDT
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Loss of herd immunity is one of the main arguments Progressives make against Anti-Vaxxers. Their unwillingness to vaccinate their children threatens the whole population. But, it’s completely hypocritical to be opposed to them on those grounds and a complete ban on guns at the same time. Moreover, they attacked Dr. Andrew Wakefield viciously over his findings with the MMR vaccine for his involvement with a potential competitor vaccine. This is simple genetic fallacy – attacking a person’s motives rather than their data. The same thing happens in the gun control debate. In fact, it doesn’t matter what the issue is, if you disagree with Progressive policy positions you must be a shill for the evil corporations who resist their ham-fisted attempts at bettering the human race.
Coconut oil is as unhealthy as beef dripping and butter, say US heart experts. (Soooo, it’s healthy, right?) It is packed with saturated fat which can raise “bad” cholesterol, says the American Heart Association in updated advice.
What’s up RSB and SuperD?!
Another comment for you…I guess a bit of a rant.
Something has been nagging at me since the Virginia shooting. Every time someone mentions the Left or Right, Democrat or Republican it creates an artificial divide before any conversation begins. At that point the standard issues of each side come out even if they don’t pertain to the topic at hand. We all get the one side hates women and the environment and the other hates freedom and limited government. Now that that is established, moving on.
Considering the majority supposedly identify as ‘independents’, why do we still seem to have most conversations around the illusion of a two-party system? People say it’s all rigged, but then go back to doing battle with the ‘other’ side when that nerve is struck. I feel it would help the dialog along if we stopped acknowledging a system only out to divide and distract and start dealing with the issues alone separate from any affiliation.
It seems to be trendy to say “I’m awake”, but how many really are if we keep giving credence to the systems that awoke us in the first place? Where is the population ready to simply say no the paradigm by not acknowledging it’s existence? Resistance should begin with the People not allowing the other side to lay out the ground rules of the debate.
I guess what I’m hoping is that people stop using the language that supports their continued enslavement and look to the bigger picture.
P.S. In week two of the silver, aloe protocol. Hope to share some results in the coming weeks because the power to heal is mine!
According to a recent survey, seven percent of Americans believe chocolate milk comes from brown cows. The survey was conducted by the Innovation Center of US Dairy.
Hour 2 ~
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“Dismantling myths surround the substance that is called Vitamin C”
Stephen Furst, the actor who played the hapless, beanie-wearing frat boy Flounder in the 1978 movie “Animal House,” has died at age 63, his son, Nathan Furst, told CNN on Saturday. “It was from complications from diabetes,” Nathan Furst said. “Over the last several years it was getting worse a little bit. Sort of the typical things that tend to happen when you have diabetes a long time.”
Dad jokes can be cringeworthy at best — and painful at worst. But jokes about being a dad? Now that’s a way to celebrate Father’s Day that we can get behind. Here are some of the funniest dads — telling some of their funniest dad jokes.
Remember friends, the power to heal, is yours!
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