Today's guest is Stephen Kohn and he is one of the nation’s leading advocates for corporate and government whistleblowers and has a long record spanning over 25 years of court victories on behalf of individuals bringing the truth to the public about corruption, fraud and misdemeanors. He is the Executive Director of the National Whistleblower Center in Washington and a Trustee of the National Whistleblower Legal Defense and Education Fund. Stephen has testified in Congress and counseled the Senate Judiciary to protect whistleblower well being. He is the author of the first legal treatise on whistleblower back in 1985 and has since published numerous articles and books .
Also, we have Dean Zerb and he is a special counsel who conducted congressional investigations into government waste, fraud and abuse for over 25 years. He served as Senator Charles Grassley’s chief investigative counsel on the Senate Finance Committee. Dean was instrumental in the creation of the Whistleblower Office at the IRS and the drafting of Whistleblower laws. The National Journal named him one of the top staffers in Congress, and he is listed among the Hill’s top 100. He has conducted investigationis into the Dept. of Health and Human Services, the Red Cross, non profit hospitals, Enron, the IRS, the Department of Defense and many others. As an expert in taxation law and its oversight, Dean is frequently recognized in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Forbes and other publications.
Today's guest is Gene Stone and he is a New York Times bestseller author of “The Bush Survival Bible” and “The Engine 2 Diet.” A graduate of Stanford and Harvard, Gene has been a screenwriter, television producer and a journalist writing for Esquire, the Huffington Post, New York, the Los Angeles Times and for several publishing firms.
Today's guest is F. William Engdahl and he has been one of our most important independent investigative scholars and authors who uncovers the hidden motives behind corporate globalization and geopolitics, oil, GMO foods, vaccine controversies and the global banking industry. Living in Germany, William’s essays have been addressing crucial topics facing our world. He is the author of the very important book “Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of GMOs” that details how corporate control of the planet’s food sources, through the free market schemes, threatens humanity.
Today's guest is Ellen Galinsky and she is the president and co-founder of the Families and Work Institute at Bank Street College of Education and the former president of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. She is also a fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources. Ellen and her organizations focus on conducting research on how current American culture, the change in working conditions and family life have an impact on the growth and development of children.
Today's guest is Marian Green and she is the Co-Founder and Chairperson for the organization Truth About Gardasil.org, an organizational website that brings to public attention the on-going adverse effects of the HPV vaccine and as a network for parents with children who have suffered from inoculation. The organization also provides counseling support and information resources for parents wish to inquire about the vaccines before submitting their children to the needle. Marian became involved in the Gardasil controversy after her 16 year old daughter Holly, a first class athlete with Olympic ambitions, almost died shortly after a single does shot of Gardasil.