What’s most noteworthy about President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office, says Leid Stories, is how the president has normalized what not too long ago we would have called madness, and how, as a nation, we seem to be adapting well to life in the age of psychopolitics. Download this episode (right click and save)
Now that Hillary and Bill Clinton have taken all those restorative walks in the woods and rested up from her bruising 2016 presidential campaign, you’d think they’d be putting things in order at the family foundation (the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation) to comply fully with U.S. and international law—especially since then-candidate Donald Trump had practically put a prosecutorial bounty on their heads for using the foundation as a pay-to-play political operation.
: A new book, SHATTERED, reports reasons why the Clinton campaign failed to resonate with the public. TV media reports on Trump’s first 100 days have been 89% negative, but have taken a stunning reversal making him a neocon idol for his cruise missile attack on Syrian and saber-rattling with North Korea. The Saker provides a searching evaluation of the alleged …
Guest George Webb. Discussed his investigation into the Ratlines set up by Hillary Clinton, the CIA and Dyncorp for child sex trafficking, drug and arms running and the human organ harvesting operation in Syria, Iraq, Haiti and many other countries including in the United States.
Joel takes this week off for personal reasons, so Walt gets joined by some old friends here on LOA Today: his brother Mark and sister-in-law Uohna to continue our discussion of The Secret by Rhonda Byrne.
Bernie Sanders wowed ’em in Boston last Friday as the big draw at a sold-out fundraising event sponsored by Our Revolution, the political action group that grew out of Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign. U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the popular Democratic U.S. senator from Massachusetts, preceded Sanders to the lectern with a long list of reasons to oppose the Trump regime.
Today is April 4th and let us be the first to wish YOU a happy National School Librarian Day to all of our Librarian listeners. For this special day Gary kicks off the show discussing the latest in the world of health and healing. Gary sets a lot of time aside today to open the audio vault to play clips on “The Emoluments Clause in the U.S. Constitution says that, “No one, nor their spouse, can take money from foreigners.” Hillary Clinton has to be guilty of 70 or 100 counts just on that one charge! When will the media be honest about how much lawlessness the Clintons stand for and how much they have ripped off the American people?” and “We are grateful to The Autism Intensive – Expert Interview Series for providing this and over 30 additional interviews featuring functional medicine experts” and finally “America is not a country, it’s a business ..” To wrap up the show Gary opens up the phone lines for a talk back segment.
“Eleanor LeCain talks about running campaigns with Rick Ridder, author of Looking for Votes in All the Wrong Places and past president of the International Association of Political Consultants.”
Hillary Clinton is back and ready for a fight. Months after her devastating loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election forced her into retreat, a refreshed Clinton keynoted the annual conference in San Francisco of the Professional Business Women of California. Her speech centered on increasing the presence and power of women in all forms of governance, but it was clear she was sending a message about her political future. Leid Stories decodes her speech and finds clues.
Why are some politicians more dangerous than others – our shame culture, inequality, unemployment and is association with violence