Apr 25, 2019 3-5PM ET
Thursday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Sacred Fire of Liberty!
It’s that time of the week where we get to explore the political healing that this country needs so desperately! Jonathan Emord is back to help us dissect the latest political news that’s fit to print:
Biden entry makes 20 Democrats in 2020: The largest presidential field in history With former Vice President Joe Biden set to enter the 2020 fray on Thursday, the Democratic field contesting the right to challenge President Trump for the White House next year will be a record 20. Hundreds file each cycle, but only a sliver receive sustained media attention, raise significant amounts of money and are included in televised debates. For the 2020 Democratic presidential nod, 20 people can be listed as viable contenders, a Washington Examiner analysis found. That included not only fundraising and poll results, but whether television networks have devoted airtime for coverage. So, spiritual guru Marianne Williamson makes the grade, since CNN recently broadcast an hourlong segment of a town hall-style show with her. Same with entrepreneur Andrew Yang, who has never held elected office. Even former Sen. Mike Gravel of Alaska counts. Gravel was once a serious player in national politics, having gained noteriety — critics say infamy — for reading portions of the Pentagon Papers, about the origins of the Vietnam War, into the public record.
Trump claims progress in opioid fight, says prescriptions down by 34% The U.S. opioid crisis won’t be solved overnight but progress is being made, President Trump said Wednesday, claiming credit for slashing opioid prescriptions by a third and getting more people into addiction treatment. Mr. Trump said he expects more improvement as China makes good on its promise to him to reel in fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid that is killing tens of thousands of Americans. “We will never stop, until our job is done, and then maybe we’ll have to find something new,” Mr. Trumptold the Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit in Atlanta. “We will succeed.” The White House says it has seen the number of people receiving medication-assisted treatment for addiction rise 60%, and the number of overdose deaths has flattened out. States such as New Hampshire, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, which were particularly hard hit, even saw noticeable decreases in overdose deaths over the latest 12-month reporting period from the previous year, according to the administration.
Those Who Advocate Sanctuary Cities Should Experience the Consequences In the category of Mad Magazine’s “scenes we’d like to see” comes President Donald Trump’s threat to transport migrants to cities and states that have declared themselves sanctuaries. Apparently he thinks such a move would force Democrats in Congress who represent these places to vote to fund the wall along our southern border. Speaker Nancy Pelosi calls the president’s threat “unworthy of the presidency.” In fact, it is Congress that has been unworthy for a long time. Here is a body that passes laws everyone else must obey, but in too many cases is exempt from adhering to some of them. In 1995, the House and Senate passed the Congressional Accountability Act, which finally applied many civil rights, labor, and workplace safety statutes to the legislative branch, yet two very important laws, the Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act and the Occupational Safety and Health Act, do not apply to Congress. There are others.
Trump claims ‘presidential harassment’ leading up to Mueller report release President Trump went on an early Thursday morning tear against Democrats and “dirty cops” prior to the release of a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russian election interference. “The Greatest Political Hoax of all time! Crimes were committed by Crooked, Dirty Cops and DNC/The Democrats,” Mr. Trump tweeted, before later writing “PRESIDENTIAL HARASSMENT!” Attorney General William P. Barr will be releasing Thursday a redacted version of Mr. Mueller’s report after he holds a press conference to answer questions about the special counsel’s findings. Mr. Barr released a four-page summary of the report last month, saying Mr. Mueller did not recommend criminal conspiracy or obstruction charges against Mr. Trump or anyone on his team.
Question of The Day!
Hi Robert and Jonathan (or anyone else you think would be great),
Thank you for always keeping up with the truth and helping us protect ourselves.
The fear mongering about the measles is getting to epidemic and draconian levels in NY with schools shutting down for having non-vaccinated kids, parent’s lawsuit being thrown out and parent’s being charged with crimes. People need to know the true, the whole truth about measles and to weed out the propaganda.
Would you please dedicate a show to the education about measles, how to properly do measles parties, ages of children and adults, time frame, wholefood nutrition, and homeopathy, silver, etc, before, during and after, in addition to the health benefits after obtaining natural immunity. I’ve had difficulty finding true information about this without the CDC propaganda mixed in and I don’t know what is true.
Could someone also put this in written format so that we can send others the information. Also, can Jonathan Emord write up a bill for someone in the house and senate to repeal the 1986 NVICP and stop this draconian madness What would he suggest for the parents in a lawsuit in NY?
California vaccine rules advance over emotional opposition California lawmakers advanced tougher rules for vaccinations late Wednesday after hearing hours of testimony from hundreds of opponents while the nation grapples with the highest number of measles cases in decades. The Senate Health Committee approved the proposal to give state public health officials instead of local doctors the power to decide which children can skip their shots before attending school. The push coincides with this year’s national measles tally reaching the highest it’s been since 1994, according to an Associated Press count . Lawmakers decided stronger oversight is needed to stem bogus exemptions granted in many cases by doctors who are paid to excuse students from vaccinations. They acted despite more than three hours of often emotional opposition from parents and some children, and after spending another hour debating where to draw the line between individual rights and public safety.
Researchers see health effects across generations from popular weed killer Washington State University researchers have found a variety of diseases and other health problems in the second- and third-generation offspring of rats exposed to glyphosate, the world’s most popular weed killer. In the first study of its kind, the researchers saw descendants of exposed rats developing prostate, kidney and ovarian diseases, obesity and birth abnormalities. Michael Skinner, a WSU professor of biological sciences, and his colleagues exposed pregnant rats to the herbicide between their eighth and 14th days of gestation. The dose—half the amount expected to show no adverse effect—produced no apparent ill effects on either the parents or the first generation of offspring. But writing in the journal Scientific Reports, the researchers say they saw “dramatic increases” in several pathologies affecting the second and third generations. The second generation had “significant increases” in testis, ovary and mammary gland diseases, as well as obesity. In third-generation males, the researchers saw a 30 percent increase in prostate disease—three times that of a control population. The third generation of females had a 40 percent increase in kidney disease, or four times that of the controls.
Question of The Day!
Hey Don, Simple question. I’ve purchased some Silver Hydrosol (Nasal, Spray, Ointment etc.) and also a Nebulizer. I’ve had some really good results so far over the last few months with these natural products. My question is this: I’m having a couple root tips removed tomorrow and am considering using Silver vs. an antibiotic for recovery. I’m allergic to most antibiotics anyway, but I’ve been making good progress with my gut flora over the past 2 months and really don’t want to kill it all. Would simple rinsing with Silver Hydrosol 4 or 5 times daily be sufficient or any other suggestions? I’m not looking for medical advice, just my own experimenting around. Thank you either way.
Antibiotic use linked to greater risk of heart attack and stroke in women Women who take antibiotics over a long period of time are at increased risk of heart attack or stroke, according to research carried out in nearly 36,500 women. The study, published in the European Heart Journal today, found that women aged 60 or older who took antibiotics for two months or more had the greatest risk of cardiovascular disease, but long duration of antibiotic use was also associated with an increased risk if taken during middle age (aged 40-59). The researchers could find no increased risk from antibiotic use by younger adults aged between 20-39. Professor Lu Qi, director of the Tulane University Obesity Research Centre, Tulane University, New Orleans, and adjunct professor of nutrition at Harvard T.C. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, USA, who led the research, says that a possible reason why antibiotic use is linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease is because antibiotics alter the balance of the micro-environment in the gut, destroying “good” probiotic bacteria and increasing the prevalence of viruses, bacteria or other micro-organisms that can cause disease.
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