Josh Cook is with Ben Swan's Truth in Media and producer of the investigative film exposing a CDC cover-up in "Truth in Media: CDC, Vaccines and Autism". The exponential growth in the incidence of autism among our youth has become a national concern, but unfortunately, subject to much debate. As a result of the investigative work by Truth In Media, we now have a video to help clarify the issue.
We are pleased that Jacob Hornberger, President of the Future of Freedom Foundation, has agreed to return to our show. His book "The Kennedy Autopsy" provides us with some insight as to what actually transpired.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19TH @ 2:00 P.M. CENTRAL
We are pleased that Mr. Brian Rohlfing, creator of the app to record domestic violence and bullying abuse, has agreed to be on our show. His story as to how he developed an app to record domestic violence abuse is a fascinating one. We believe you will find this broadcast interesting and welcome your calls with questions, or maybe, some of your experiences. Just call 646-652-4620 during our live broadcast. Look forward to hearing from you. And don’t be a victim, get the app!
Nicholas Sarwark is an unabashed, second generation Libertarian with a strong commitment to fighting on the party’s behalf against unfair ballot access obstacles and exclusion of qualified candidates from public debates.
Mr. Sarwark has been an active member of the Libertarian Party since 1999 and has served on the Judicial and Bylaws committees of the national party. He also served as chair of the Libertarian Party of Maryland and as vice chair of the Libertarian Party of Colorado where he played a key role in recruiting the state's 42 Libertarian candidates in 2014 and supported the passage of Colorado's historic marijuana legalization initiative in 2012.
Bobby Cenoura is an African/African American literary artist born and raised in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Cenoura writes about topics that inspire conversation and thought, such as “Male Angst” the post-modern dating market displacement, “own group preference/detanglement” phenotypic preference economic, social and cultural discrimination, and currently has one screenplay and a TV series concept under his belt.
Cenoura has seen sweeping change in the Washington D.C. area since the 1980s, which inspires a lion’s share of his literature. Bobby holds a double undergraduate degree in business and social sciences from the University of Maryland.
During this broadcast we will be discussing his book which addresses why black names matter.