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The Robert Scott Bell Show #21

Mon-Friday 3:30pm to 5:30pm Central 4:30pm to 6:30pm EST

Maryanne Godboldo Updates, Liam Scheff Slams Racist NPR, HIV Non-tansmissability, Sports Injury and More on The Robert Scott Bell Show August 30, 2011

Maryanne Godboldo goes free, but she still has to fight for custody of her child against an out-of-control state agency. RSB reviews the news and how to send bureaucrats away, peacefully, if at all possible! Charges dismissed against Mich. mother in standoff! 

In an unscripted bit of candor, University of Pennsylvania researcher Susan Watkins admits (on NPR’s “This American Life”) that “HIV is very difficult to transmit.” But public radio and television have been forwarding the notion that “HIV is a sexually-transmitted disease” which is affecting tens of millions of Africans? Why this sudden about face?

RSB and ‘The Conspiracy Realist’ Liam Scheff take the elites to task, and reveal how the Ivory Tower set truly views Africans.

In Malawi, in southeast Africa, not gossiping can be worse than gossiping. Sarah interviews a young Malawian woman named Hazel Namandingo, who explains that because so many people have HIV and AIDS in Malawi, they often rely on gossip to figure out who’s safe to date or marry. It turns out this kind of gossip is the basis for a huge research project about AIDS in Malawi. Links: This American Life “Gossip.” 

(Warning! There will be some adult and frank discussion of human sexuality during the second hour of today’s RSB Show broadcast – not for titillation – but to genuinely save lives.)

Tackling Obesity Epidemic Needs To Be Government Led? 

Thousands of California parents not vaccinating their children despite whooping-cough outbreak…

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