Peter R. Breggin, M.D. is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and former full-time consultant with NIMH who is in private practice in Ithaca, New York. Dr. Breggin also acts a medical expert in criminal, malpractice and product liability legal cases. He has been involved in landmark cases on behalf of patient rights in regard to antidepressants, antipsychotic drugs and tardive dyskinesia, electroshock, and lobotomy.
The main part of the show dealt with the breaking news story of the shooting of multiple police officers in Dallas, Texas. Taylor Millard, the Texas correspondent for iHeartMedia 24/7 News, shared updates throughout the evening, while Jerome Corsi, John M. Curtis,
In the first hour, Harvard-trained psychiatrist
In the first half of the program, Dr. Peter Breggin discussed his work helping patients to triumph over disabling and self-defeating emotions. He explained how guilt, shame and anxiety develop in childhood but end up crippling adults' lives.
In the latter half, engineer and rogue Egyptologist
Political consultant Roger Stone discussed his latest work uncovering untold truths about Richard Nixon, including his campaigns, presidency, and Watergate. If it hadn't been for Watergate, Nixon might have been considered one of the best US presidents, Stone argued.
First hour guest, More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, Dr. Peter Breggin reported on problems associated with psychiatric drugs. A new study found that warnings about the risk of suicides in teenagers prescribed antidepressants may have backfired.
In the latter half, UFO disclosure activist
Psychic medium Darrin Owens discussed his lifetime of work with the supernatural as well as the various planes of existence in which paranormal entities reside. In the first hour, author and psychiatrist Dr. Peter Breggin reacted to the
In the first half, psychiatrist Dr. Peter Breggin talked about the problem of bullying. Bullies typically come from a position of feeling shamed, worthless, or powerless he said, and "the worst bullies...have been humiliated by their caregivers."
Appearing during the third hour, innovator in mental health and addiction... More »Host: George Noory
Science writer Lee Billings chronicled the race to discover the first habitable planet beyond our solar system, and the research of the men and women who are seeking out life among the stars.
During the first half, Professor of Cybernetics at the University of Reading, England, Kevin Warwick spoke about advances in artificial intelligence, robotics and cyborgs.
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed a new coronavirus called MERS, a link between the boom mystery, increasing frequency of sinkholes, and earth changes, as well as updates on crop circles, and the dire honey bee situation.
Documentary filmmaker and alternative media activist Alex Jones spoke about the forces controlling world events, and the dark path laid out by the 'Globalists' including transhumanism, drones, surveillance, GMOs, and vaccines. He also discussed the recent bombing at the Boston Marathon.
First hour guest,
Former Chaplain at the University of Akron PD, Russ Dizdar, discussed Satanic ritual abuse (SRA) and how many cases of multiple personality disorder are the results of occult programming.
First hour guest, More »Host: George Noory
In the first hour, research scientist John Lott reacted to the Newtown school shooting and, in the second hour, author and psychologist Dr. Peter Breggin shared his thoughts on the tragedy. Open Lines followed for the remainder of the program.More » Host: George Noory
Former White House/Air Force One engineer for ABC News, Wilbur Allen, discussed his recent trips to investigate Area 51 and Sedona, his telepathic encounters with UFOs, and analysis of various sightings.
In the first half, author and psychiatrist, Dr. Peter Breggin, discussed the harmful long term effects of psychiatric drugs.
Former undercover police officer with the San Jose PD, Ted Sumner, discussed his work under deep cover infiltrating various drug trafficking organizations, and why he believes the War on Drugs is making things worse for the United States.
Interdisciplinary cosmologist Paul Von Ward discussed his scientific research on how "advanced beings" (ABs) have influenced our history by shaping our genes & technology, and providing the impetus for modern civilization. Rather than extraterrestrials, he prefers the term ABs, which could include ETs, 'ancient astronauts,'... More »Host: George Noory
Author Bob Gleason, an expert on 2012, talked about his extensive research into post-nuclear apocalypse and how current events are aligning to provide a very real possibility of a nuclear event in the United States.
Authority on Nostradamus and prophetic traditions, John Hogue, discussed how September will be the most dramatic month of the year with seismic activity hitting not only nature, but the economy, politics, and the Middle East.