Thursday, May 12, 2016 on The Robert Scott Bell Show 7-9 PM EDT
Guest hosting with us are: Jonathan Emord, Cheryl Chumley and Norm Singleton. (click their names for more)
A federal judge ruled Thursday that the Obama administration has been improperly funding a key Obamacare subsidiary program, absent the legislative branch’s appropriations – and in so doing, she handed House Republicans a long-sought victory in the ongoing battle over President Obama’s signature health-care overhaul.
Romney demands Donald Trump’s tax returns be divulged (just who does Romney think he is, an IRS agent)? It’s an ironic turn of events, as Harry Ried made the same demands of Romney when he was running, and Romney only released a few years worth.
The GOP’s presumptive presidential nominee, who months ago asserted the way to stem the flow of terrorists into America was to temporarily ban Muslim immigrants – igniting a national firestorm in the process – has now taken a step back from that claim, telling a Fox News radio host he was just making a suggestion.
Ryan as House Speaker, leader of the Republican party in the House, and prospective convention chair balks at endorsing Trump but does he have a right to do so in those positions or must he: (a) resign from speaker-ship and the chair position because he will not endorse Trump or (b) endorse Trump and remain in both positions.
Utah Sen. Mike Lee, who’s been generally regarded as one of the Republican Party’s stronger voices on traditional conservative and tea party-type principles – hardly an establishment politician – nonetheless stepped squarely into the perceived insider political camp, where Speaker Paul Ryan currently stands, and announced deep disapproval for the leading choice of voters, Donald Trump.
U.S. military is down to historic low levels of troops, ships, and planes and Obama has halted development of a missile defense. Do we feel secure?
The false statements media are making about Trump’s supposed changes in position (no he did not commit to raising taxes; no he did not abandon a temporary ban on Muslim immigration; and no he did not waiver on building a wall).
Quinnipiac polling and new evidence Trump has even odds against Hillary before the general election starts.
Donald Trump says he’s narrowed his list of potential running mates to “five or six” people and doesn’t want to accept taxpayer money to finance a fall campaign against likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
The rift in the Democratic Party; does Sanders win of almost the same number of states as Clinton spell trouble for Clinton in unifying the party (or could it also be that Sanders could end up with the nomination if Hillary is indicted)?
Ted Cruz—I’m out but maybe I’m in but then there’s the West Virginia and Nebraska results (I guess I’m out now, but if things change I could be in)
In an ongoing battle to assert their 1st amendment rights, Campaign for Liberty has joined Bellion Spirits in its petition to the U.S. Treasury’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) to allow Bellion Spirits to label its products in the way it sees fit.
Last year, outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder made headlines by suspending “equitable sharing programs,” which allow state, local, and the federal government to equitably share the profits of civil asset theft. The outcry forced some reforms, however, as is often the case with government, the announced changes amounted to phony reforms. But even phony reforms are too much for The Queen of Civil Asset Theft, Loretta Lynch.
And you thought Red Light Cameras were a bad idea…Continuous monitoring of what individuals choose to eat and drink may seem like something out of a dystopian science-fiction, but, if some federally-funded researchers get their way it will soon be a reality. The National Science Foundation has given $50,000 to Florida International University to “develop a watch-like device linked to a smartphone that police departments could use to monitor the blood alcohol content of DUI offenders.”
HOUR 2 –
A majority of Americans would favor banning prescription drug advertisements on television, a new poll released Wednesday suggests.
Study: Acetaminophen dulls your pain — but also your empathy? This would also suggest the physical, emotional, even spiritual pain is linked. When you are emotionally hurting, it can manifest in the physical, and physical pain, of course, can effect you emotionally. When you dull, or ignore one side, all can be affected. Pain is a necessary part of life to show us where we need healing. If you simply dull the pain without seeking actual healing, you are doing yourself a dis-service.
Special Guest: Diane Corcoran, R.N., Ph.D. Col. USA (Ret) is the current (2012) president of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) organization.
Diane shares her experience with military veterans suffering from physical and emotional trauma, as she was a combat nurse in the Vietnam War and encountered a number of inured troops who had experience NDE.
She relates that people from all religious and non-religious backgrounds have experienced NDE and are looking for someone to talk with who will not belittle or ridicule their experience. It more often than not gives a deeper meaning and purpose to life. NDE people often lose their fear of death, receive and learn about healing. They also need a community in which they feel safe to communicate what they have learned or wish to teach.
Diane received her Ph.D in Nursing management from the University of Texas in 1981. Corcoran’s interest in near-death experiences developed from her combat nursing experience during the Vietnam War. She is now one of a number of nurses studying the phenomenon. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diane_Corcoran
Check out IANDS.org conference where RSB will also be presenting, July 28-31, 2016 in Orlando, Florida!
DONATE TO THE VETERANS’ NDE VIDEO! http://iands.org/resources/media-resources/front-page-news/1142-donate-to-the-veterans-nde-video.html
IANDS President, Diane Corcoran, RN, PhD, Retired Army Colonel was on Coast-to-Coast AM radio program with George Knapp… Sunday, July 19 at 1:00 am.
RE-Launch! Ty Bollinger has up-dated and is re-releasing his much applauded docu-series, The Truth About Cancer. Stay tuned for how you can gain access, and share it with those you love. Too much epic information to not get informed!
More upcoming RSB events:
Autism One 2016, May 25-28, Chicago, IL (open to public and health professionals)
2016 I-ACT Convention, June 23-25, St. Petersburg, Florida
International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS), July 28-31, 2016, Orlando, Florida
American Naturopathic Medical Association, August 26-28, 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada
“Homeoprophylaxis: The Evidence Based Choice.” 2016, October 7-9, St. Petersburg, Florida (focus primarily for health professionals)