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In the first half, writer, teacher, and author Bill Friedman discussed the inside story of the criminal careers of the leaders of the three biggest liquor gangs and how they built 80% of the Las Vegas Strip gambling resorts from the Flamingo in 1946 to Caesars Palace in 1966.

In the latter half, founder of Black Box Voting, an investigative reporting and public education organization for elections, Bev Harris, talked about voting issues related to the presidential primaries, and past elections.

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Clint Werner

Special Guest

Biography:

Clint Werner has degrees in journalism and library science and has worked in the field of preventive health care for over 25 years. He studied macrobiotic cooking and practice in Boston in 1985, relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area where he co-authored the San Francisco Police Department’s health and fitness plan in 1987 and worked teaching AIDS, cancer and heart disease patients how to improve their health with diet and lifestyle changes. Clint has been named "Activist of the Month" for June by NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.

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Oil Conspiracy/ Marijuana & Health

In the first half, author Jerome Corsi argued in favor of the abiotic oil theory, as opposed to the fossil fuel explanation, which persists because oil companies can claim scarcity and charge more for their product, he pointed out. Appearing in the latter half, Clint Werner, who has worked in the field of preventive health for over 25 years, discussed how certain chemicals called cannabinoids... More »

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