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Lost Arts Radio Show #37 - Special Guests Tom DeWeese and Michael Chapman

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This week Lost Arts Radio welcomes back American Policy Center president Tom DeWeese, to bring us up to date on the continuing implementation of United Nations Agenda 21 across the United States and beyond. Tom is one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence. Tom will cover for us not only the continued destruction of our individual freedoms under the advancement Agenda 21, but also the victories that have occurred under his organization’s guidance in evicting groups like ICLEI and other promoters Agenda 21 policy from American communities, and how you can do the same to save your own home town, county and state from the damage they do.

Following our discussion with Tom, we will have the privilege of talking with author, speaker and educational researcher Michael Chapman. Michael is the founder of American Heritage Research, which is dedicated to restoring the truth of America’s founding principles within our country’s educational curriculum. When Michael Chapman and Tom DeWeese first met, they realized they were working for the same goals and their contributions to the mission of restoring individual freedom were complimentary. They have worked in cooperation with each other ever since. Michael’s research into education and real American history has been praised by well known leaders in the field like Charlotte Iserbyt and many others. He has helped to awaken parents all over America and beyond to the mortal danger that state-controlled public and private education pose, and how to bring their children back to an understanding of their real heritage, so the unique American experiment in freedom is not lost.

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