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Last Show Recap

In the first half, Robert Stanley, the editor of UNICUS magazine, discussed his latest work on the Luciferian agenda and its history.

In the latter half, Theresa Argie and Cathi Weber, known as the Haunted Housewives, spoke about an array of haunted topics including paranormal historic preservation, true crime hauntings, and strange supernatural legends.

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Wed 10-26  War on Witches/ Open Lines Thu 10-27  Earthfiles WikiLeaks Special Fri 10-28  Demonic Hauntings


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Tim Bolen

Special Guest


Tim Bolen is a Crisis Management Consultant, and a Consumer Advocate, in the Health Care Industry. He's been in one form of Crisis Management, or another, since 1966. His company, JuriMed - Public Relations & Research Group's business card says "Strategies for Government Besieged Health Professionals."Bolen, in his Crisis Management role, specializes in the problems of cutting-edge health professionals. In North America, innovation in health care is discouraged, and outright attacked, by the status quo. Bolen feels that this is a bad thing, and does something about it.

In his role as a Consumer Advocate he tirelessly examines the reasons why the North American Health systems are so poor, compared to other areas of the world - explains those reasons to the readers of his popular "Millions of Health Freedom Fighters - Newsletter," and suggests solutions.Bolen has been invited to testify in both State and Federal Courts, and is considered by many to be an expert in the politics of health care in North America.


Past Shows:

Health Advocacy

Consumer advocate and health freedom fighter Tim Bolen revealed the ways in which the medical and dental establishments are preventing innovation in their fields, in an effort to protect the status quo. Western medicine relies too heavily on treatment and needs to shift to prevention, he argued, pointing out that the United States' world ranking is only 72nd in quality of health care, though it... More »

Host: George Noory