Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Dr. Ron Paul, Liberty Defined, Health Freedom, OTC NSAIDS, Troop Protection from Vaccines & Alan Phillips on The Robert Scott Bell Show May 5, 2011

Congressman Ron Paul returns to discuss his new book, “Liberty Defined: 50 Essential Issues That Affect Our Freedom” and his potential presidential candidacy. Dr. Paul has long been an outspoken advocate of health freedom, hemp freedom, raw milk freedom, supplement freedom and more. Later this evening, he will participate in the South Carolina Republican Presidential Primary debate as well. We may find out when he plans to introduce The Health Freedom Act, written for him by Jonathan Emord.

Today’s broadcast will be simulcast by to coincide with the May 5th Radio Marathon and Book:

How best can we protect our troops? Alan Phillips, J.D. joins me to discuss religious vaccine exemptions for members of the military. Does the First Amendment apply to the troops? Alan was successful at getting the Navy to change its vaccine policy. This is an amazing story! and and

How risky are OTC non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs? Serious damage is being done, but it is FDA-approved. Is that good enough for you? How about the rest of America?

How many organizations does it take to help the FDA change a light bulb?

How’s the Constitution? How is your constitution? I shall discuss.

Do you know what the Law of the Terrain is and how it is related to political healing as well? I’ve got some explaining to do…

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