Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D. & Part II of Michael Hichborn

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Katherine Albrecht, Ed.D. 

Privacy Expert and Consumer Activist

Dr. Katherine Albrecht is a privacy expert, award-winning author, and broadcaster who helped develop www.Startpage.com, the world's most private search engine. She co-authored the bestselling RFID book Spychips, and hosts a daily, syndicated radio program 4-6 PM, M-F (on GCN, between Alex Jones and Free Talk Live). Katherine's efforts have put an end to human micro-chipping trials since 2007 and slowed many other invasive programs.

Katherine has authored legislation and testified before the FTC and lawmakers around the globe. She has written for Scientific American and granted over 2,000 media interviews to the New York Times, NPR, the Today Show, Coast to Coast AM, and the CBS Evening News, to name just a few. Katherine was appointed by New Hampshire Governor John Lynch to serve as an expert member of the state's two-year RFID study commission.

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Michael Hichborn is American Life League’s director of Defend the Faith, a project devoted to assisting bishops across the country defend the Catholic Church from attacks both from without as well as from within. In this capacity, Michael has researched and produced an annual report on organizations receiving grant money from the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). This annual report, exposing dozens of grantees that are promoting abortion, birth control, homosexuality, and Marxism, has led to a nationwide review of the CCHD and a tightening of its guidelines. Michael has also conducted research on Catholic hospital systems that are involved in the performance of abortions and sterilizations, and produced a detailed report on Obamacare and its danger to women, preborn babies, and the elderly.

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