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Lost Arts Radio Show #28 - Special Guests Shane Trejo and Ingri Cassel

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Continuing the theme of freedom as a primary requirement for our health, this week's show features two more world-class freedom fighters: Shane Trejo and Ingri Cassel.

As founder and state director of the Michigan Tenth Amendment Center (www.tenthamendmentcenter.com), Shane Trejo works to promote the decentralization of government power in the Wolverine State. He is also the National Campaign Lead for Peace on our Streets (www.peaceonourstreets.com), a campaign that works for marijuana and industrial hemp reform in state legislatures across the country. Previously, he led the Offnow Project to deny much needed state-level compliance and material support to the NSA.

Ingri Cassel is the director of Vaccination Liberation, a national grassroots association dedicated to providing difficult to access information on vaccinations so that one can make the only truly informed choice, complete avoidance and refusal. Vaccination Liberation is an all volunteer association that was founded in 1998 and has grown to 20 state chapters throughout the country. Their websites are www.VaccineTruth.com, www.VaccineTruth.net and www.VacLib.org. Vaccination Liberation is a critically important piece of the national resistance to laws mandating forced vaccination, and Ingri's unique talent for expressing a clear understanding of vaccination and why it must be avoided and its spread stopped before it harms more innocent children (and then the rest of us) makes her a key player in the effort to stop the vaccine companies from achieving their goal to vaccinate all of us to our great detriment, while at the same time taking no responsibility for the consequences.

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