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Airing the show that was scheduled for last week, I have adapted it slightly, after receiving information that the FEMA camps may have a use after all. This is the question we have all been asking around the world: What and who are the... more

THIS IS A RANDOM REPEAT! PHONELINES ARE CLOSED! CHATROOM IS CLOSED! After many weeks of dealing with negative energy, it is definitely time to tip the balance. In this show, I will be looking at the first 3 insights from James... more

On last week's show, the big question was: Why is Bergdahls life worth more than Foley, Sotloff and Haines put together? As promised, I have been looking into this and hopefully have found AN answer to this question. What was so... more

In this weeks show, Rob and I are following up on the show we produced last week called 'Did The Earth Move For You?'. We are looking at Fracking. Is it undermining the Earths core? Is this why we are seeing a rapid increase of... more

What causes an innocent bystander to spring into action when a life is in danger? What inspires ordinary people to become heroes? Why do everyday people put their own lives on the line to save the lives of people and animals they... more

In this weeks show, of course we are looking at Earthquakes. In light of the recent devastation in Napa Valley, experts say there is more to come. How much more? People need to know. Secondly, in light of the last 3 shows, we will be... more

This week I will be speaking to ex-volunteers about the way a certain Tennessee shelter has changed its caring ways, jumping on the band wagon of not keeping adoptable dogs around and disposing of them when its not convenient for the... more

The Van Buren County death rate for all cancers combined was 10.5% below the Michigan rate in the 1970s, but is now 12.0% above the state (2005 - 2010). This rate is the highest of the 34 most populated Michigan counties.... more

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