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America's Decline

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Date: Saturday - January 12, 2013
Host: John B. Wells
Guests: Larry Kelley, David Seaman, Gary Ridenour

Author and researcher Larry Kelley joined John B. Wells to discuss scenarios preceding the decline and demise of great civilizations, such as the United States, and how lessons from history can provide solutions needed to reverse the downward trend.

In the first hour, Dr. Gary Ridenour gives an update on a new flu mutation that is not covered by current vaccines, followed by independent journalist David Seaman who comments on the death of Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz.

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