Today's guest is Dr. Martin Feldman and he graduated from Yale and Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. He was a professor of neurology at Mt. Sinai Medical School and is now a researcher and practitioner of complementary medicine in New York City. Dr. Feldman has co-authored several books including Reversing the Aging Process Naturally.
Today's guest is Dr. Paul Craig Roberts and he is one of today’s more progressive analytical writers and commentators on the state of the nation: governmental dysfunction, political corruption, global and domestic economic threats and decay, our wars on terror and our Middle East conflicts, 911, and the decline in human values in American society. He was an Assistant Secretary of Treasury during Ronald Reagan’s first term, and is a former editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal.
Today's guest is Michael Ruppert and he is a former LAPD narcotics investigator and whistleblower who was forced out of the police department while holding its highest ratings and with no disciplinary action. Since then, Michael has become an investigative reporter and an author focusing on the oil cartels, peak oil and a post-oil society. He has served as a questioner before a Congressional briefing addressing flaws in the Keane Commission report on 911.
Today's guest is Dr. Tad Daley and he is a doctoral attorney, a scholar on nuclear disarmament and a Fellow with the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War – the Nobel Peace laureate recipient in 1985. In the past he served as a member of the International Policy group at RAND, where Cold War nuclear theories were forged, and has been a policy advisor to Dennis Kucinich, Congresswoman Diane Watson and the late Senator Alan Cranston.
Today's guest is Dr. David Rasnick and he is medical researcher specializing in AIDS, cancer, protease inhibitors and clinical diagnostics. He was the first scientist to synthesis peptidyl-fluoromethanes, inhibitors of cysteine proteases used to destroy tissue related to arthritis, cancer and various parasites. In 1978, he helped establish the Diagnostic chemistry group at Abbott Laboratories and was a founder of Enzyme Systems Products and Prototek. After leaving Khepri Pharmaceuticals as a senior scientist, David, along with his colleague Dr. Peter Duesberg at the University of California at Berkeley, David further developed the aneuploidy theory of cancer, which pertains to chromosomal imbalance. Over the years he has been a sharp critic of the current dominant AIDS hypothesis, has been a former President of the group Rethinking AIDS and was a member of the Presidential AIDS Advisory Panel of South Africa started by President Thabo Mbeki.