PROGRAMS – Jan 1, 2018 – June 30, 2018



 JAN 13, 2018 – FIRST HOUR

George covers important current news – exposes Facebook censoring, Veritas investigations of Twitter Shadow Banning, Hannity Reports, Adam Schiff, Barack Obama interviewed by David Letterman




……..Tom Philpott – Who labored tirelessly to protect our children!

Boys For Sale – Part 1 and 2

George welcomes Henry Vinson and Nick Bryant authors of Confessions of a D.C. Madam – Henry W. Vinson is the former funeral director for W. W. Chambers Funeral Home, who also owned and operated the largest gay escort service in Washington, DC. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Author’s Book Site – Buy here or here - Amazon

An insider’s look into a nefarious governmental smear and cover-up campaign

A firsthand account of how public officials and other well-connected individuals have been compromised or blackmailed by their sexual improprieties, Confessions of a DC Madame relates the author’s time dcmadamrunning the largest gay escort service in Washington, DC, and his interactions with VIPs from government, business, and the media who solicited the escorts he employed. The book details the federal government’s pernicious campaign waged against the author to ensure his silence and how he withstood relentless, fabricated attacks by the government, which included incarceration rooted in trumped-up charges and outright lies. This fascinating and shocking facet of government malfeasance reveals the integral role blackmail plays in American politics and the unbelievable lengths the government perpetrates to silence those in the know.


It should be noted that during the period that Henry Vinson operated his Gay escort service in Washington D.C. – though he was pressured to supply underage children he never did so!


 JAN 6, 2018 – FIRST HOUR

George covers important breaking news stories,

hillary clinton – problems

SpaceX Delays Mysterious Zuma Spacecraft Launch to Sunday

The mystery of Miles Kwok and Steve Bannon

THE PRINCIPLES OF MEDICAL ETHICS – With Annotations Especially Applicable to Psychiatry
2013 Edition

Section 7

3. On occasion psychiatrists are asked for an opinion about an individual who is in the light of public attention or who has disclosed information about himself/herself through public media. In such circumstances, a psychiatrist may share with the public his or her expertise about psychiatric issues in general. However, it is unethical for a psychiatrist to offer a professional opinion unless he or she has conducted an examination and has been granted proper authorization for such a statement.

“The attack on President Trump in some cases is coming from Psychiatrists who have professional obligations, the above Section 7 paragraph 3 states how they may state profession opinions.”


George and Charlotte welcome Fran Shure author of 20 articles on The Psychology of 911 published on  in a series of articles entitled “Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11?” – listed are the articles below, these articles address the problem of the American Public dealing with the 911 event that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001 when The World Trade Center in lower Manhattan New York experienced an attack. – Charlotte and I thank Fran Shure for her hard work and dedication to truth.

Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse—About 9/11?

Our human tendencies toward denial in order to avoid the discomfort of cognitive dissonance

How new ideas become accepted in societies and a look at the possibilities for acceptance of the truth about what really happened on 9/11

The authority experiments of Stanley Milgram, Jane Elliott, and Philip Zimbardo

The concept “doublethink,” developed by George Orwell

The defensive mechanisms of denial and cognitive dissonance

The Solomon Asch experiments on conformity and Elizabeth Noelle-Neumann’s theory of the “spiral of silence

An especially maladaptive form of conformity called “groupthink

How beliefs—and our tendency to hold onto beliefs—are encoded in our DNA and our central nervous system

The interface of brain research and moral psychology

How the fear of our own death and the need to feel good about the cultural system in which we live create resistance to the evidence presented by 9/11 skeptics.

How people perceive information amid external and internal distractions

How our prior knowledge of state crimes by governments, as well as our knowledge of the deep state affects our reception of evidence that indicates we have been lied to about 9/11

A conditioned response to trauma or adversity that involves ongoing pain as well as actual or perceived lack of control

The “nothing we can do about it” reaction may be a result of toxic early relationships which bring about feelings of powerlessness, shame, or apathy in adulthood

Repressed traumas can be activated by information conveyed by 9/11 skeptics, causing some individuals to dissociate once again

The False Self and Excessive Identification with the U.S.A.

Why those who are privileged tend to be hesitant to accept the evidence

Projection, scapegoating, and the conundrum of those people who suspect or know they are being lied to, but cling to the web of lies told to them.

The true sociopaths