Radio Liberty, Dr. Stanley Monteith’s Hot Audio: The Story Behind the Story — The Way It Really Is

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Dr. Stan is awesome, y’all! Not only is he a careful historian, having researched many of these issues for over 50 years, but he has a heart. Dr. Stan loves people!

God bless you, Dr. Stan!!!

As is sometimes the case, some of the guests listed aren’t those in the actual broadcast—for example: Dennis Cuddy and Bill Still.

The Bob Fletcher, Sonny Bono interview is outstanding! Listening to just this one hour will help get newbies to what’s really going on up to speed.

The Joel Skousen and Bob Chapman interviews shed brilliant light upon what’s really going on with this bailout scheme. And it looks like Joseph Farah is finally seeing the light; though, his WorldNetDaily still looks too pro-McCain.

Date: 09-29-08
Hour: a – 1 hr.
3:00: Dr. Dennis Cuddy, Korean Flight 007, and other issues
Hour: b – 1 hr.
4:00: Bob Chapman: Financial crisis
Hour: c – 2 hrs.
8:00: Bob Chapman: Financial crisis
9:00: Mike Shuler: Congress rejected the bailout
Date: 09-26-08
Hour: a – 1 hr.
3:00: open
Hour: b – 1 hr.
4:00: William Still The Money Masters
Hour: c – 2 hrs.
8:00: Bob Chapman: Financial Tsunami
9:00: William Grigg: Current affairs
Date: 09-25-08
Hour: a – 1 hr.
3:00: Pastor David Whitney: The informed jury
Hour: b – 1 hr.
4:00: Joel Skousen: World Affairs Brief
Hour: c – 2 hrs.
8:00: Bob Fletcher: The strange death of Sonny Bono
9:00: Arthur Bernklau: Veterans affairs
Date: 09-24-08
Hour: a – 1 hr.
3:00: William Grigg: Current affairs
Hour: b – 1 hr.
4:00: Joseph Farah: None of the Above
Hour: c – 2 hrs.
8:00: Dr. Stan: Open Lines
9:00: Pastor David Whitney: The informed Jury


Related: [Audio] Mysterious Death of Congressman Sonny Bono: Bob Fletcher on ‘Coast to Coast AM’ 10/4/08

Chuck Baldwin: U.S. Army Troops To Serve As U.S. Policemen?

From: News with Views

When the Democrat-controlled Congress passed the 2008 National Defense Authorization Act, however, the restrictions of Posse Comitatus were restored. But when President Bush signed the Act into law, he attached a signing statement (Executive Order) indicating that the Executive Branch did not feel bound by the changes enacted by the repeal. Translated: President Bush wiped out Posse Comitatus by Executive Order.

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Dr. Mercola: How Much Vitamin D?


New research has once again placed optimum vitamin D intake at much higher than the current recommended amount.

The study of 138 subjects suggested a daily dose of 3800 IU for those with adequate blood vitamin D levels, and 5000 IU each day for those who are vitamin D deficient.

The current recommended intakes for vitamin D are as low as 200 IU daily for those aged 19-50, and go only as high as 600 IU daily for those over the age of 70.

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Vitamin D improves memory and brain cell function


Lack of Sunlight Found to Greatly Increase Risk of Lung Cancer

Bankruptcy, not bailout, is the right answer

From: CNN

Editor’s note: Jeffrey A. Miron is senior lecturer in economics at Harvard University. A Libertarian, he was one of 166 academic economists who signed a letter to congressional leaders last week opposing the government bailout plan.

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts (CNN) — Congress has balked at the Bush administration’s proposed $700 billion bailout of Wall Street. Under this plan, the Treasury would have bought the “troubled assets” of financial institutions in an attempt to avoid economic meltdown.

This bailout was a terrible idea. Here’s why.

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