John R. Lott, Jr. is the president of the newly formed Crime Prevention Research Center and is an economist who has held research and teaching positions at places such as the University of Chicago, Yale University, Stanford and UCLA. John was the chief economist at the United States Sentencing Commission during 1988 and 1989, and is the author of "More Guns, Less Crime."
In the first half, economist and gun rights advocate John Lott shared his belief that Americans have been bombarded by well-funded anti-gun studies and stories that perpetuate false statistics to frighten people into giving up their guns. Midweek Open Lines were featured in the latter half of the show, with a number of callers weighing... More »
Earthfiles investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed the bizarre story of the alleged human-alien hybrid found dead in Los Angeles and said to be involved with the CIA; mysterious and spectacular crop formations found in the wheat fields of Wiltshire, England on the summer solstice this past June, and the breaking story... More »
In the first half, political commentator and economist John Lott discussed his latest book Dumbing Down the Courts, in which he contends that intelligence has now become a liability for judicial nominees.
In the first half, research scientist John Lott commented on a variety of gun-related topics. Regarding recent reports that the Dept. of Homeland Security plans to stockpile ammunition, he noted that the... More »
A doctor of psychology, and metaphysics, Eldon Taylor, discussed his work researching the mind-body connection, and how science is repeatedly demonstrating the power of belief. What you hold to be true can and does have a huge impact on the quality of your life, and can either sabotage or serve you, he argued.
In the first hour, research scientist John Lott reacted to the Newtown school shooting and, in the second hour, author and psychologist Dr. Peter Breggin shared his thoughts on the tragedy. Open Lines followed for the remainder of the program.
Noted author, editor and publisher, Byron Belitsos, discussed revelations from the celestial authors of the mysterious Urantia Book, including newer material transmitted by channels such as Jerry Lane. The original Urantia Book is infused with divine truths like the Bible or the Koran, and contains four sections-- one is about God,... More »
In the first two hours, research scientist John Lott offered commentary on the economy, and also spoke about the banning of certain types of guns and ammunition. The EPA may ban traditional lead ammunition, but the kind of ammunition that would be allowed is less useful for self-defense.
Remote Viewing instructor and technical dowsing practitioner Paul H. Smith discussed practical ESP, including how dowsing can be used to find items and make decisions. Interestingly, if people are less invested in a particular outcome, ESP efforts are typically more successful as the subconscious has more interplay, he... More »
Dissident intellectual Michael Cremo discussed his continuing work in forbidden archaeology - artifacts and discoveries that don't fit into the conventional timelines and theories in academic and scientific communities.
Appearing during the first three hours, research scientist John Lott joined George Noory to discuss his theory of 'Freedomnomics,' as well as share his views on gun control and concealed weapons. Free markets bring out the best in society, Lott contended, while efforts to constrain such markets lead to an increase in... More »
UFO researcher and former U.S. Army Sergeant, Clifford Stone spoke about his covert work with the military, helping to recover crashed discs, and communicating with ETs. First hour guest, research scholar John R. Lott talked about gun control.