Jonathan W. Emord has been practicing constitutional and administrative law before the federal courts and agencies since 1985. Having begun his career as an attorney in the Federal Communications Commission during the administration of President Ronald Reagan, Emord has maintained an abiding conviction to achieve full First Amendment protection for the freedoms of speech and press. In 1991, he authored the critically acclaimed Freedom, Technology, and the First Amendment in which he chronicled the intellectual foundations of the First Amendment and advocated replacing government control over the airwaves with a title registry, private property rights approach.
Author and financial analyst Benjamin Baruch shared his views about climate change, how current events are in sync with prophecy from the Book of Revelation, and how Russia and the destabilization of the Middle East play into Bible prophecy and a coming global war.
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Author and researcher Steve Quayle discussed details of the Jade Helm 15 exercise going on right now and also covered his ongoing research into giants, including details on an expedition to South America, and manuscripts from the Conquistadors which have been hidden for 450 years.
In the first half, constitutional lawyer specializing in food and drug law, Jonathan Emord, talked about the passage of the California vaccination bill, and how it may reduce the scope of liberty for citizens.
Attorney Jonathan Emord joined John B. Wells to discuss the corrupt relationship between the FDA and 'Big Pharma', the state of medical care in the U.S., as well as recent developments around the NDAA and similar draconian legislation.
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Constitutional lawyer specializing in food and drug law, Jonathan Emord, talked about the FDA's raids on raw milk producers, and how FDA guidelines are eroding Americans' freedoms. He was joined during the third hour, by Karine Bouis-Towe and Laurie Cohen-Peters, both consumer leaders in the More »
Associate professor and science writer, Charles Seife, discussed the state of science including the end of the Space Shuttle program, as well as recent discoveries and theories in physics and astronomy. "Good riddance" to the Shuttle program, he said, noting that the program ate up a lot of NASA's budget ($400 million per... More »
Father & son paranormal investigators Paul & Ben Eno discussed their new adventures exploring the multiverse which include communications with humanoids from parallel dimensions who have knowledge of major changes between 2012 and 2016.
Constitutional lawyer Jonathan Emord discussed the conflict of interests found within the FDA as well as his research into unmanned military technology. In the first hour, author John Ronner talked about encounters with angels.
Constitutional attorney Jonathan Emord, who has defeated the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) seven times in federal court, discussed how the government is complicit with the drug industry in exploiting the public.