November 30, 7-9PM 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! Cheryl Chumley is here to help us dissect the latest political news that’s fit to print:
Geraldo Rivera opens mouth, inserts foot Talk about a Twitter oops. Geraldo Rivera of Fox News took to Twitter to weigh in on the fast-moving Matt Lauer sexual misconduct claims to say, in essence: This is all part and parcel of the dating scene. Unfair characterization? You decide. He wrote: “Sad about @MLauer great guy, highly skilled & empathetic w guests & a real gentleman to my family & me. News is a flirty business & it seems like current epidemic of #SexHarassmentAllegations may be criminalizing courtship & conflating it w predation. What about #Garrison Keillor?” – News is a flirty business?
America on fire, as love for God cools America was built on Judeo-Christian principles, steered into
existence by Founding Fathers who believed — yes, even the less religious ones — that this republic could not survive absent a moral, virtuous people. My, how wise the founders. That was then. This is now: Roy Moore. Al Franken. Staffers on Capitol Hill. Oklahoma’s Republican former state Sen. Ralph Shortey. Florida’s Democratic Party Chairman Stephen Bittel. The list goes on. And it reaches into other avenues of American life as well, from Hollywood’s high-powered to the sports’ world’s best-known to the media field’s most notable.
Private sector vs. government: Why is Matt Lauer out but John Conyers still there? On Wednesday, NBC announced it had fired TODAY host Matt Lauer due to sexual harassment allegations. Many Americans, including most of Lauer’s NBC colleagues, were shocked by this news. As the day unfolds, allegations against Lauer continue to mount. Still, he’s gone. The decision was quick. For well over a week now, multiple sexual harassment allegations have been made against Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.). Like Lauer, the accusations against Conyers continue to multiply. But unlike Lauer, Conyers remains in his job. He stepped down from his post on the House Judiciary Committee, but as of this writing, he’s still refusing to resign his seat. Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi all but defended Conyers last weekend.
Nikki Haley is sticking it to North Korea U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley just
issued an oh-so-strong statement North Korea’s way, telling the defiant regime its latest missile launch was a war-like act — and if that’s the way Kim Jong Un wants to play it, fine by the United States. But be prepared, she said. ‘Cause North Korea will be “utterly destroyed” if war ensues, Haley vowed. Get ‘em, Haley. America’s cheering.
Five takeaways from Trump Health nominee’s hearing Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.) was the only
Republican to warn of opposition to Azar’s nomination during Wednesday’s three-hour hearing. Paul is worried about the former Eli Lilly and Co. executive’s handling of drug importation. Paul believes drugs should be imported from overseas. Azar said former Food and Drug Administration commissioners from both sides of the aisle have been unable to certify that drug importation is safe.
Special Guest – Bruce Nathan!
As a Physical Therapist for over 20 years, Bruce Nathan started as a pediatric therapist and in the last year has become a PT working with patients of all ages. Bruce and his family came to Florida in 2000 to work for the Florida Elks Children’s Therapy Services. It was a program in its infancy which gave him a chance to work with children 0 to 18 years old as he had been doing in New York as well.
In 2016, Bruce wanted to discover more about the problems with the health care system and began working with many agencies via his own practice. This now independent operation his has given Bruce more flex time to run his campaign and to learn more about how to fix the current health care problems.
Bruce Nathan joined the United States Army Reserves directly after 9/11 to help in any capacity he could. At the time, Bruce was a registered Democrat- but just like his hero, President Reagan, he changed to the Republican Party.
Bruce has an honorable discharge as Captain from United States Army Reserves on February 2010 as he stayed over his eight-year contract to do one more mission.
Now Bruce is running for Governor of Florida back with the Republican Party and still has no ‘political experience’ but he has expertise in communication with people, and knows how politics works.
He is dedicated to not play the games of most politicians or people running for an office. A positive approach about the issues is all Bruce wants to present to the potential voters. Accessibility is another key to his candidacy and as a future Governor.
What Car Do You Drive?
Study shows the car you drive may reveal whom you voted for When it comes to your political leanings, you are what you drive, according to a new study that says election results can be predicted by the make and models of cars spotted in a particular community. Stanford University researchers used a computer algorithm to determined whether a neighborhood leaned to the left or right by looking at vehicles in 50 millions of images from Google Street View in 200 American cities. When sedans outnumbered pickup trucks, there was an 88 percent chance the city would vote Democratic. In areas with more pickup trucks, the odds switched to 82 percent in favor of Republicans, the researchers concluded.
Another Stellar Year For The Flu Vaccine! (sarcasm)
Why the flu shot this year may not protect you The upcoming flu season may be a particularly severe one in the U.S., some medical experts warned today, citing preliminary data from Australia, where the flu season is waning. The flu vaccine used this year in Australia — which has the same composition as the vaccine used in the U.S. — was only 10 percent effective, according to a preliminary estimate, at preventing the strain of the virus that predominantly circulated during the country’s flu season,an international team of medical experts wrote in a perspective published today in The New England Journal of Medicine.
Special Guest Morley Robbins
Morley M. Robbins (aka. “Magnesium Man”) has a mainstream medical industry background. That’s intriguing when you consider that he is now devoted to promoting natural and preventive health solutions. Morley had been a hospital executive and consultant for 32 years when, several years ago, he developed a condition called “frozen shoulder.” His family doctor quickly recommended surgery as the only hope for Morley if he wanted to be able to lift his right hand above his waist ever again. Friends who owned a health food store intervened and encouraged Morley to try chiropractic care. His initial response: “Thanks guys, but I don’t do witchcraft.” Several months later, the pain was wearing on him, and his friends insisted. It only took a couple weeks of “light touch chiropractic care” (Network Spinal Analysis) before his shoulder had full range of motion once again. The experience was so life-changing for Morley, he questioned everything he knew — or thought he knew — about healing. He left the world of hospital administration and became a Wellness Coach.
Pulling Iron From Brain May Offer Hope in Alzheimer’s Fight To curb the dementia epidemic, focus is shifting to one of the most abundant elements on Earth: iron. The familiar metal is key to numerous brain functions, but too much of it is toxic. Researchers in Melbourne showed two years ago that iron levels in the brain can predict when people will get Alzheimer’s disease. Now, the team aims to show how removing excessive amounts with a drug called deferiprone can stave off the memory-robbing disorder.
Science Sometimes Has A Sense Of Humor
Long-haired microbes named after Canadian band Rush Three new species of microbe found in the guts of termites have been named after members of the Canadian prog-rock band Rush, owing to the microbes’ long hair and rhythmic wriggling under the microscope. The microbes in question are covered with flagella, which are long threads that cells use to move around. Many cells have a few flagella, but these little rockers have more than ten thousand very long flagella, giving them flowing hair that even Farrah Fawcett might envy.
And while Rush may not be famous for their dance moves, the tiny creatures also have rhythm. They bob their heads and sway their bodies in microscopic dances, prompting the researchers to baptize the new Pseudotrichonympha species P. leei, P. lifesoni, and P. pearti after musicians Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart.
Remember Friends, The Power to Heal is Yours!
More upcoming RSB events:
- NPA-SOHO Expo Dec. 1-3, 2017, Gaylord Palms Hotel and Convention Center Orlando, Kissimmee, Florida
- Total Health 2018, Toronto, Canada May 11-13, 2018.
- Stay tuned as the calendar is updated for more exciting events and opportunities to meet RSB!