In his twenty years on the radio, the mononymous Lionel ("one name, like God," as he is fond of saying), a former prosecutor, has forged his reputation as an irreverent, ribald, take-no-prisoners analyst of culture, politics, and the world at large. America's favorite contrarian has take to the page with his hilarious user's guide to our country and culture, Everyone's Crazy Except You and Me...And I'm Not So Sure About You.
Descended from a long line of Hasidic mystics and rabbis, Yitta Halberstam, an established author and speaker in the field of Jewish spirituality, joined the show in the first half. She discussed her work documenting examples of deceased relatives intervening with the lives of their living loved ones. In the latter half, TV and radio news decoder, legal analyst and renaissance lawyer, Lionel, talked about the increased militarization of the police, and various alternative media topics. ... More »Host: George Noory
Ex-prosecutor and civil libertarian, Bill of Rights sentry, and privacy patriot, Lionel, discussed such topics as 9-11, UFOs, the changing role of media, and how the futuristic police force is already here. Living in New York City, the surreal events of 9-11 changed his life, as well as his faith and perception as to how news organizations saw the same events he did. First hour guest, Dr. Gary Ridenour shared an update on Ebola and infectious diseases. ... More »Host: George Noory