Dec 26, 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:
While You Were Obsessing Over Impeachment Well, they did it!The House impeachment hearings were little more than political theater — a partisan fistfight with the majority party coming out the “winner.” In the process, it created the illusion of deep division and disagreement. Devoted Democrats and Republicans are both convinced that their team is fighting for their interests against a determined foe on the other side of the aisle. But while everybody obsessed over the political theater playing out on CNN, Fox News and MSNBC, they completely missed the sideshow that could actually impact their lives. Even as Democrats and Republicans engaged in a contentious public spectacle in the media spotlight, they worked in concert behind the scenes to steal your liberty and your wealth. While you argued over the gory details of impeachment with your friends on Facebook, Congress passed the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act. The nearly 3,500-page bill authorizes $738 billion in defense spending in Fiscal Year 2020. It creates a “Space Force,” so the U.S. can expand its empire into the cosmos. And Congress rejected a provision that would have made it just slightly harder for the president to unilaterally send American troops into combat. In other words, Congress agreed that it would not bother to do its job and declare war before sending the U.S. military to conduct offensive combat operations as required by the Constitution. It will continue to let the president make that call on his own. You know – the president the House just impeached.
Biden’s blue-collar job killing remark compared to Clinton’s biggest misstep Democratic presidential hopeful Joseph R. Biden’s pledge to kill blue-collar jobs with a green economy rekindled unwanted comparisons to 2016 presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s coal miner flub. Mrs. Clinton admitted in her memoir that her pledge to put coal miners out of business was her biggest misstep in 2016 — and Republican campaign strategists are comparing the former nominee’s error to that of Mr. Biden, who said in the debate in Los Angeles that he was willing to eliminate jobs to shift the country to a “greener economy.” This move to the left, critics said, was aimed at appeasing the progressive Democratic base but would alienate the blue-collar workers Mr. Biden claims he can lure away from President Trump. “Democrats have been holding on to Joe Biden as the last hope of clawing back states like Michigan and Pennsylvania. But the fact is that this isn’t John Kennedy’s Democratic Party, and Joe Biden is no longer Joe Biden,” said Ryan Rhodes, a Republican strategist.
Christian clash a Christmas miracle Christianity Today, in an editorial calling for the ouster of President Donald Trump, sure has unleashed a firestorm. Good. It’s good to see Christians getting in the political game. And so passionately so. It’s good to see Christians fight back against Christianity Today’s Mark Galli and call out his ridiculous characterization of Trump as unfit for the presidency for what it is — ridiculous. Can you say David the adulterer? How about Moses the murderer? Saul-slash-Paul the Christian-hating persecutor? Or, more modern, Barack Obama the “if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor” liar? Surely, if God found room in His house for these men, there’s space for Trump the Twitter-er. Christianity Today, post-editorial, reports its subscriptions are up. Meanwhile, there’s this, from Fox News: “Nearly 200 evangelical leaders condemned Christianity Today editorial on Trump.”
Trump campaign offers guide to winning arguments with liberal ‘snowflakes’ Well, here’s one way to keep a campaign percolating during the nation’s holiday season. President Trump’s re-election campaign has launched a new website meant to help devoted Trump fans win arguments with “liberal friends, relatives, and snowflakes during the holiday.” The outreach offers a dozen snappy talking points — from “the Trump economy is strong” to “big government socialism,” complete with how-to videos to get the point across. It’s all found at www.snowflakevictory.com “We’ve all seen the news articles about liberal snowflakes being afraid to see their MAGA relatives at Christmas or holiday gatherings, so the Trump campaign wants people to be ready,” said Kayleigh McEnany, Trump campaign national press secretary. “We’re not helping snowflakes avoid arguments — we’re helping Trump supporters win them. As 2019 draws to a close and 2020 approaches, President Trump and Americans are going to be winning, winning, and winning, and then winning some more,” she noted.
Should You Ban Unvaccinated Kids from Your Home? As a parent, it’s easy to worry about the measles outbreaks and cases sweeping through New York, Washington, and 13 other states. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced there were 387 cases of measles in the United States from January 1 to March 28 in 2019 alone—that’s more cases than there were in all of 2018 when 372 cases were reported. It’s also the second-highest number of reported cases since 2000, the year measles was declared eliminated from the United States. (There were 667 cases in 2014.) It’s scary stuff, for sure, and all the talk about outbreaks might have you thinking twice about the people your own kids spend time around—especially in close quarters.
Vaccine pricing scam – What is your doctor charging you or billing your insurance? What are you paying to be vaccinated? What is your insurance company paying for you to be vaccinated? Many of us have never thought about the costs associated with a vaccination because our insurance covered it, the co-pay was low, or maybe it was free. Some may think this topic is silly and does not apply to them. This discussion applies to all of us because we are all paying for these fees in our high insurance premiums, reduced coverage, and higher out-of-pocket costs. In May 2019 I had a checkup with a physician at a large medical group with over 45 offices (Ulster County to New York City) and over 600 physicians. At that appointment I was advised that I should strongly consider getting the Gardasil 9 vaccine because I was 44 years old and the age limit had recently been raised to 45. The doctor told me that even though I am married, that spouses die, people get divorced and situations change. Gardasil 9 is a three shot vaccination series used to prevent HPV, a virus that can lead to certain types of cancer. The doctor said I had to act quickly because I would have just enough time to get the shots in before my 45th birthday. At that visit I was given the first Gardasil 9 shot and a Tetanus shot.
Study: Those with Higher LDL Cholesterol Levels Live the Longest Question: If a tree falls in the forest, and there’s nobody around to hear, does it make a sound? This is a philosophical question that has been around for some time. I shall change it slightly to the following: “If a journal publishes a study, and it doesn’t make a noise, can it make a difference?” A couple of weeks ago the Lancet published a ridiculous study with the snappy title: ‘Application of non-HDL cholesterol for population-based cardiovascular risk stratification: results from the Multinational Cardiovascular Risk Consortium.’ Which created headlines around the world – most of which failed to understand the difference between LDL (‘bad’ cholesterol) and non-HDL cholesterol. Which may, or may not, have been deliberately done. This study was reported as saying that twenty-five-year olds should get their cholesterol checked, because raised cholesterol is far more damaging, at a young age, than previously thought. All based on, pretty much nothing at all. I critiqued it in my last blog. It was, to use a word I rather like … bilge!
Question of The Day!
I read this on natural news and went to your site to learn more about it.
I understand there may be some videos about this, but i do not watch videos. is there anything written about mr. bell’s insights as to how his closer relationship to the creator helped him learn to follow principles not found in allopathic medicine. also, does mr. bell have anything to say about the relationship between spirituality and healing?
“Calling out to God, Bell began seeking a new path, following principles not found in allopathic medicine. As he grew closer in his relationship to the Creator, Bell became deeply rooted in the principles of nutrition, homeopathy, and the holistic methods that effectively restore the body’s ability to heal itself.”
After cancer-prevention surgeries, women learn BRCA gene test may have been wrong Seven women in one family had major surgery after a widely used , taken by hundreds of thousands of people, showed a high cancer risk. But years later, the family has learned the results of that BRCA test might have been wrong. Katy Mathes, a teacher, was in her early 30s and married with a young son, when she decided to take a genetic test to check her risk for cancer. Shortly after, she learned she had a mutation on a BRCA gene, which significantly raises a person’s risk of developing . “It was very alarming,” she said. After struggling over what to do, she underwent surgery to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes and had a double mastectomy. The recovery process was long, Mathes told CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas. “It was nine months before I was cleared to pick up my child,” she said. “I wasn’t able to do bathtime with him. I wasn’t able to make dinner for him. … I wasn’t able to pick him up or hug him for a very long time.”