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Globalism & Gov

In the first half, numerologist Glynis McCants shared her analysis of recently deceased music superstars such as Prince, and what the numbers say about the US presidential candidates. In the latter half, author and researcher David Wellington reported on the use of drones, and robots in a government and law enforcement capacity, as well for civilian spying and surveillance.

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Globalism & Gov't Control

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Date: Saturday - April 28, 2012
Host: John B. Wells
Guests: Joel Skousen, Ron Eckerman

Joining John B. Wells, political scientist Joel Skousen provided his insights on globalism and a future nuclear war with Russia and China, economic issues and the flight of American businesses overseas, as well as domestic politics, loss of liberty, and the U.S. government's agenda of control.

First hour guest, former manager of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ron Eckerman, talked about his survival of the plane crash that killed three members of the band, and how he's lived with the tragedy.

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Last Gasps of Dying Star

Last Gasps of Dying Star

The Hubble Telescope has captured a stunning image of a star's relatively brief demise as it runs out of its nuclear fuel and emits beams of light. This image shows the Egg Nebula. According to scientists, the nebula is heated over a few thousand years by the hot remains of an aging star at its core, which excites the gas and makes it glow. Researchers admit that much of the spectacular celestial event remains a mystery. More at Mail Online.

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Bumper music from Saturday April 28, 2012

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