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Action Radio: Didn't the Gov't Used Go After You for Taking Dangerous Drugs?

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Showdate:  10/21/21   *** OMG this was an incredibly packed show with reporters, guests and callers!!!  You have to listen!

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Action Radio Show Notes:  Use the pink Timeline at the top to click anywhere in the show!

0:00 - Topics, Guests and Callers with Jean and Greg.  215 383-3832.  Main topic of the show.  Funny how what the gov't can't stop, they engage in, like the Mafia "numbers game" is now the Lottery.  Drug enforcement is now drug mandate.

30:00 - Cindie Cagle, with the Citizens for Medical Freedom Report.  There is a whole movement starting because of the Covid mandates.

1:00:00 - Bill Fetke, with The Fetke Report.  Bill returns with a scathing critique of gov't intrusion under the moniker, "if you've got nothing to hide..."

1:30:00 - The Legal Report, with Jonathon Moseley.  We had a call about a free speech case and how can folks who can't afford great lawyers can get help.

2:15:00 - Clare Lopez with the Intelligence Report.  We had a fascinating chat about Chinese philosophy in terms of the game "Weiqi" or "Go" and how that influences policies and actions of the Chinese Communist Party.

Show Producer: Jean Virnig.

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