August 26, 2021

An Afghan War Veteran And American Soldier Shares His Story, Afghanistan, What’s Next?  Observation-Taboo Topics That Really Aren’t Shocking


3 Very Independent and Compelling Hours of Experts, and Authors Pursuing The Truth No Matter Where It Leads


9:06-9:29a ET – Tom Norton – An America-First, Conservative Veteran running for Congress as a republican in Michigan’s Third District shares his stories from the Afghan War.  As one British soldier put it, if you weren’t there in the fight, maybe you should listen more and comment less. 



9:32-9:58a ET – Dr Wilfred Reilly – Afghanistan, what’s next?  Does Biden Admin get shamed enough by the Taliban that he has no other choice but to go in and save Americans?  And from his Random Observation File, often data that is “Taboo” to talk about turns out to be totally non-shocking. The professor of political science at Kentucky State University and the author of Taboo: 10 Facts You Can’t Talk About, explains.


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10:06-10:29a ET – Megan Barth – The ripples of Kabul are more extensive than the Biden Administration wants you to know and believe, and US General tells British special forces: “Stop rescuing people in Kabul, you’re making us look bad.” The founder proprietor of reports.


10:32-10:42a ET – Carlos Nunez – Sleep is essential to our overall immunity and well-being; so disruptive sleep can affect personal health, family life, and work. When you don’t get optimal sleep, it can hold you back from feeling energized, productive, and healthy. Here to talk about sleep health is Resmed’s chief medical officer.


10:46-10:58a ET – Dr Ted Baehr – It’s all about Hollywood and Entertainment from a Biblical worldview from the Founder & Publisher of Movieguide.  He discusses theater owners fear “What’s Next,” should COVID-19 regulations persist and AMAZING GRACE Producer and Friend of Movieguide® Ken Wales Dies.


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11:06-11:29a ET – Natasha Owens – She is one of Christian Music’s most beloved voices, and returns with her latest studio album, STAND. The new album was produced by GRAMMY-nominated and multiple Dove Award-winner Ian Eskelin. She is talking about her new album and her powerful advocacy for mental health awareness.


11:32-11:58a ET – Nazareth – Comedian plans on helping the Afghanis who are fleeing Kabul acclimate to the U.S. He has always seen his comedy as- a-means to an end. For nearly three decades, he has used his platform to help raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for Voice of Refugees.  He joins us to explain his latest efforts.


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