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Lost Arts Radio Show #25 - Special Guests Larry Pratt and Christina Hildebrand

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Larry Pratt and Christina Hildebrand, Freedom Warriors

Larry Pratt is the Executive Director of Gun Owners of America (www.gunowners.org), which has been called by Ron Paul "the only no-compromise gun lobby in Washington." At Lost Arts Radio, we want to help our listeners become aware that our health is impacted by just about every aspect of our life. Security and safety are major health factors in our lives. This is, in our view, what firearms rights are about and why they are positioned so prominently in the U.S. Constitution Bill of Rights. Freedom to own and carry firearms always means less violent crime, compared to areas where gun rights are restricted. Crime is highest where gun rights are most restricted.

Our second guest, Christina Hildebrand, and her organization called "A Voice For Choice" (www.avoiceforchoice.org) is also working for our health and our ability to retain the right to choose what we will or won't do to keep our own bodies healthy, free from government coercion. A major focus of A Voice For Choice is to preserve the right of Californians to reject some or all vaccinations, free to make their own choices for health. The California legislature is moving closer to sending a bill to Governor Brown that will take away vaccine exemption rights. This is a violation of state and federal constitutions, and the Nuremburg Code, an unmistakable move toward total tyranny. That in addition to the inconvenient truth about vaccines, namely that they don't work and can spread disease and cause death. Christina is an inspiration to show all of us how much we could be doing to help bring freedom back to America, as an antidote to the crimes of government and its industry partners and bosses. We think you'll find Christina's presentation highly educational.

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