Part-time host of Coast to Coast AM, Ian Punnett, is ordained to the Holy Order of the Diaconate in the Episcopal Church in America, and a professor of mass communication and journalism at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. In the first half, he discussed his new book on millennial leadership in relation to the ancient prophet Moses. For this work, Ian teamed up with an Israeli-born rabbi and a Pakistani-born Muslim scholar for a synthesis of Judaism, Islam, and Christian viewpoints. Millennials have a different understanding of the world than Baby Boomers, Ian pointed out, and "it's really time...to start pushing for millennial leaders to take over because they're the ones who are going to live long enough to deal with the repercussions of their decisions."
Millennials have grown up with diversity, and their typical traits include being slow starters and doing things within groups rather than individually, including leadership. Moses could be thought of as the "first Millennial," Ian commented, noting that he was a privileged late bloomer who took a while to get motivated to make changes and become a great leader. After the exodus from Egypt, Moses kept his followers in the desert for 40 years, so there would be a generational changeover in outlook before entering the promised land. "And in a way," Ian noted, "that's...what every generation represents. A new way of thinking that will take us to the promised land." By recognizing a leadership model that brings diverse ideas together, America can strengthen its democracy, he added.
Author Lynne McTaggart is one of the central authorities on the new science of consciousness. She is also editorial director of What Doctors Don't Tell You, one of the world's most respected health magazines. In the latter half, she analyzed what governments and authorities have told us about COVID, the tests and the potential vaccine, and what sorts of integrative and alternative treatments are working. She doesn't question that COVID is a nasty virus but believes its dangers are exaggerated, the tests for it are inaccurate, and promising treatments by top-level doctors are being suppressed. And if you challenge the mainstream medical viewpoint, you're considered part of an extremist group, she lamented, which is not how she sees herself.
She cited the MATH+ Protocol as an effective treatment for COVID patients in which methylprednisolone is used for inflammation, as well as the use of simple supplements like Lugal's iodine, which can be put into a nebulizer. Vitamin D and glutathione help regulate the immune system for those at higher risk, she added. McTaggart expressed concern that some of the COVID vaccines are being made from prototypes never used before, and might be pushed through for approval before they're proven to be safe and effective. She mentioned the Great Barrington Declaration, a petition that argues for "focused protection" of those at risk, rather than complete societal lockdowns. McTaggart has organized the Get Well Show, a virtual conference in November with panel discussions and presentations on alternative health (Coast listeners can use the code COASTTOCOAST20 for a discount). She also updated her work with intention experiments (she conducts live experiments every Wednesday via her Facebook page).
News segment guests: John M. Curtis, Charles Coppes