December 8, 2023 3-5PM ET

Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Hour 1

To Whom Should the Right of Speech Belong?
The debate on free speech, particularly in light of the Missouri v. Biden court ruling, is explored. This ruling halted the federal government’s efforts to induce Big Tech to censor political opponents. Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, a plaintiff in the lawsuit, argues against the government’s covert social media censorship campaign. The discussion challenges the idea that speech should be controlled by any person or entity, highlighting that free speech is a constitutional liberty not to be controlled by government entities, bureaucrats, or health officials.

Will Congress Recognize that Food is Medicine?
Recent studies from Tufts University and the Public Health Institute demonstrate the health and economic benefits of using food to treat and prevent chronic diseases. These studies focus on medically tailored meals and produce prescription programs, showing significant health improvements for participants. The article advocates for Congress to formally recognize the medicinal value of food and expand consumer access to health-promoting food options, while addressing the legal challenges faced by food products making medicinal claims under current FDA regulations.

‘Significant’ Levels of Glyphosate Found in Pregnant Women Living Near Farm Fields
Pregnant women living near farm fields exhibit significantly increased concentrations of glyphosate in their urine during periods when glyphosate is sprayed on the fields, according to a new scientific study. The study, involving researchers from various universities and the CDC, raises concerns about the potential vulnerability of the developing fetus to glyphosate. The research team plans to investigate the routes of exposure further. Glyphosate, the active ingredient in many herbicides, including Roundup, has been linked to various health issues and is a subject of ongoing legal and scientific scrutiny.

Question of The Day!

Hi Robert and Super Don, My husband’s kidney doctor told me give him a Tums tablet to help remove excess phosphorus that showed up on his lab work, do you have any suggestions to help remove or lower the phosphorus?

Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
In this episode, we’re focusing on Lachesis, a homeopathic remedy often used for circulatory issues, menopausal symptoms, and conditions where symptoms are worse on the left side or during sleep.
Let’s explore the various applications of Lachesis, especially in these health scenarios.

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Hour 2

7 out of 10 Americans consider themselves spiritual: survey
A Pew Research Center survey reveals that 7 out of 10 U.S. adults consider themselves spiritual in some way. The survey explores various interpretations of spirituality, with most respondents believing that a connection with something larger than themselves is essential to being spiritual. The findings also indicate a shift away from organized religion, with many Americans identifying as spiritual but not necessarily aligning with a specific religion.

Kids Developed Headaches, Stomach Pain, Sleeping Issues While at Vacation Home Near Multiple 5G Antennas
A case study published in the Annals of Clinical and Medical Case Reports details how three children and their parents developed multiple health problems, including sleep difficulties, headaches, stomach pain, and skin rashes, while staying at a summer home near a cell tower with multiple 5G antennas. The symptoms subsided after returning to their regular home with lower 5G exposure. This study is one of the first to report on how 5G affects the health of young children.

Fasting could reduce signs of Alzheimer’s disease, studies suggest: ‘Profound effects’
Recent studies suggest that intermittent fasting could lead to a reduced risk of cognitive deterioration associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Research conducted at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine involved adjusting the feeding schedule of mice to a six-hour window daily, equivalent to 14 hours of fasting for humans. The fasting mice showed improvements in memory, reduced hyperactivity, fewer sleep disruptions, and less buildup of amyloid proteins in the brain, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease.

Exclusive: Rand Paul Wants To Kill Electric Car Subsidies and Mandatory A.M. Radio
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is proposing an amendment to stop legislation that mandates automakers to include A.M. radio in cars and to eliminate electric vehicle subsidies. This amendment challenges the AM For Every Vehicle Act, introduced by Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.), which aims to preserve A.M. radio in vehicles. Paul argues that mandating A.M. radio in all cars is contrary to the principle of limited government and that the decision should be left to consumers and the market.

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