John Longenecker was one of the earliest paramedics in Los Angeles EMS. Today, he is a syndicated feature columnist, author and founder of the Good For The Country, Inc., a think tank identifying policy adverse to the interests of the United States. In seeing his share of criminal gunshot wounds throughout the seventies, Longenecker had to ask: where are all the self-defense shootings? The answer became apparent as he began to research Original Intent of the Founders, self-defense rules and the pressures and trends of gun control policy. He discovered what guns are really all about in this country. Longenecker believes that the reform of gun control policy can expose the fraud of anti-violence interests as adverse to the public interest in the United States.
Founder of the think tank Good For The Country, Inc., John Longenecker presented the case for concealed carry of handguns in the United States. If a person is in a situation such as a school or mall shooting, there is a period of time (at least four minutes) before help can arrive-- and they are their own first line of defense, he stated. Many crimes are de-escalated by armed citizens, without a... More »Host: George Noory
Minister Lindsey Williamsshared suppressed knowledge regarding oil companies and their suppliesthat he said he learned of as a chaplain to Alaskan oil pipeline workers in the 1970s. During this time, he was invited to join a meeting of the top oil company officials, where it was announced they had just discovered the largest oil pool in North America (and possibly the world). ... More »Host: George Noory