June 20, 2024 3-5PM ET

Thursday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:


Special Guest: Jonathan Emord


For the past 37 years, Jonathan W. Emord has litigated against the federal bureaucracy, winning over and over again. Ron Paul calls Jonathan “an expert in constitutional theory and history” and “an expert litigator with a long string of legal victories over the federal bureaucracy.” George Noory calls him “a Knight in Shining Armor” and “a warrior out to save our rights.” Congressmen Dan Burton and John Doolittle describe him as “an intellectual warrior for the rights and freedoms of people in America.” Jonathan has a unique, detailed knowledge of the federal bureaucracy, the deep state. He knows how to defeat it. Jonathan graduated from the University of Illinois (BA, political science and history, 1982) and DePaul University College of Law (JD, 1985). He served as an attorney in the Federal Communications Commission during the Reagan administration. A leading constitutional law and litigation expert, he is the author of five critically acclaimed books. He has won more cases against the Food and Drug Administration in federal court than any other attorney in American history, earning him the nickname “FDA Dragon Slayer.” He is a columnist for Townhall.com, PJ Media.com, Americangreatness.com, and the U.S.A. Today Magazine. He frequently appears on national radio and television programs. He is married to Sheryl Emord, and they have two children, twins Justice and Angelica. They reside in Clifton, Virginia.


Chevron Revisited: Natural Health Game Changer? The Supreme Court may soon overturn the Chevron doctrine, which has allowed federal agencies like the FDA and FTC significant leeway in interpreting laws.This could dramatically impact the regulation of natural health products, opening avenues to challenge restrictive rules that limit access to supplements and natural therapies. The Chevron doctrine, established in 1984, defers to agencies’ interpretations of ambiguous laws, making it difficult to contest their decisions. The case, brought by commercial fishing companies against the National Marine Fisheries Service, could lead to reduced agency power. Constitutional lawyer Jonathan Emord argues that eliminating Chevron would restore judicial checks on federal agencies, enhancing justice and the rule of law. Overturning Chevron could challenge the FDA’s restrictive new dietary ingredient (NDI) regulations, potentially preserving access to thousands of supplements and impacting other natural health sectors like homeopathy and CBD.

The Woke Movement Is Actually Corporate Enslavement – The Culture War Is A Fight To Stop It The article argues that the woke movement, driven by major corporations, is a form of corporate enslavement. It suggests that corporations are enforcing far-left ideologies, sacrificing profits, and attacking consumers who resist their messaging. This corporate behavior, likened to a “communistic erasure of consumer choice,” is viewed as a threat to free market principles and personal freedom. The article posits three theories: corporations expect government bailouts for adhering to woke policies, anticipate economic collapse making profits irrelevant, or are preparing for a future where consumer choice is eliminated. The author emphasizes that the culture war is about resisting this dystopian shift, urging awareness and action against corporate overreach and the erosion of individual freedoms.

New law requires all Louisiana public school classrooms to display the Ten Commandments Louisiana has passed a law mandating the display of the TenCommandments in all public school classrooms. Signed by Republican Governor Jeff Landry, the law requires a poster-sized display in “large, easily readable font” by the start of 2025. Proponents argue the commandments have historical significance and are foundational to state and national government. However, opponents question the law’s constitutionality, citing potential violations of the separation of church and state. Civil rights groups, including the ACLU, plan to challenge the law in court, arguing it prevents equal education and makes non-Christian students feel unsafe. The law also allows but does not require the display of other historical documents like the Mayflower Compact and the Declaration of Independence. Similar laws have been proposed in other states but have faced legal challenges and have not been enacted.

California Senate approves ban on requiring schools to notify parents of child’s pronoun change The California Senate has passed a bill prohibiting school districts from requiring teachers to inform parents if their child chooses to go by a new pronoun at school. The legislation aims to protect students, particularly those in unwelcoming households, by allowing them to control the disclosure of their gender identity or sexual orientation. The bill, which passed along party lines, reflects broader national debates on parental rights and LGBTQ+ student protections. Proponents argue it safeguards the well-being of gender-nonconforming students, while opponents believe it undermines parental involvement. The bill now moves to the state Assembly. Similar policies have faced legal challenges, with mixed rulings from judges across California. The measure’s supporters highlight the importance of trusted adults in students’ lives, especially for those grappling with their identity in potentially hostile environments. Critics, however, argue that not all parents should be presumed unsafe, and emphasize the need for transparency and cooperation between schools and families.

‘Microaggressions’ May Cause Oregon Doctors to Lose Licenses if Proposed Rule Adopted The Oregon Medical Board (OMB) is finalizing a new ethics rule that could revoke doctors’ licenses for committingmicroaggressions, which would be categorized as unprofessional conduct. The rule mandates that physicians report any unprofessional conduct within 10 business days, or they may face severe consequences, including license revocation. Critics, such as Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, argue that this rule could have a chilling effect on doctor-patient communication, potentially deteriorating the patient-physician relationship. The rule expands the definition of unprofessional conduct to include implicit and explicit bias, encompassing microaggressions or subtle behaviors that reflect negative attitudes towards non-majority groups. Despite concerns, the OMB states that this change aligns with existing federal laws and medical facility bylaws that already consider discrimination unethical. The board will consider adopting the rule in a meeting scheduled for July 11.

Putin and Kim pledge ‘mutual assistance’ against ‘aggression’ in colorful visit Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un have committed to mutual support against perceived aggression, deepening ties between Russia and North Korea. During Kim’s visit to Russia’s Vostochny Cosmodrome, the leaders discussed strategic cooperation, including potential military collaboration. This meeting marks a significant step in the evolving relationship between the two nations, both isolated by international sanctions and seeking to counter Western influence. North Korea, in particular, may seek advanced technology and support for its missile and nuclear programs. The visit underscores a broader geopolitical shift, with Russia and North Korea strengthening their alliance amid rising tensions with the West. Critics warn that this partnership could destabilize regional security and complicate global efforts to manage North Korea’s nuclear ambitions. The meeting highlights the strategic calculus of both nations as they navigate international isolation and pursue their respective agendas against Western adversaries.


Hour 2

1 in 4 US Yards May Have Unsafe Levels of Lead A new study reveals that one in four U.S. yards have soil lead levels exceeding the new federal screening level of 200 parts per million (ppm). Gabriel Filippelli, abiochemist at Indiana University, expressed surprise at the high number of contaminated yards, which could affect about 29 million households. Lead, a toxic heavy metal, has long-term neurological effects, especially on children. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently lowered the acceptable lead level in soil from 400 ppm to 200 ppm, with some states like California setting even stricter guidelines at 80 ppm. Remediation costs using traditional “dig-and-dump” methods could exceed $1 trillion. An alternative, cheaper solution is “capping,” where contaminated soil is buried under a foot of soil or mulch. This method is quick and reduces exposure immediately. Despite the challenges, Filippelli remains optimistic, noting that lead contamination is a solvable problem if action is taken.

Special Guest Alexandra Bruce

I graduated from Brown University with a BA in Semiotics, additional studies of cultural criticism, film theory and production at l’Université de la Sorbonne in Paris and NYU Film School. When I was youngster, I had my own production company and I produced/directed/edited over 40 music videos for the major music conglomerates during the heyday of the video music era, including Sony, Universal, Polygram, Def Jam, Profile Records, Jive Records, Island Records, MCA, etc. (The ownerships of these companies switch hands so often, it was and is a real-time blur). I’ve been in the trenches for the past two decades, in film/television/catalog/book production, DVD publishing and marketing, cable TV advertising sales, and the promotion of my six published books on television, radio and the Internet. I am Brazilian-American. I have a huge dynamic family. I have one full-, one half- and five step-brothers and sisters. I have 15 nieces and nephews and so many cousins and second-cousins, whose children who I consider to be my own nieces and nephews, as well as lifelong family friends who *are* family, including their kids… My family lives on three or four continents (when last I checked). It’s gotten to the point, where I just see everyone as family…

 


Question of The Day!

Hi Robert and Super Don, I have been putting Sovereign Silver on a stye I started to get a few days ago. my eye is
red and sore underneath my lower lashes. Is there anything else I should do? Thank you for your help!
Yolanda


Welcome back to “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we focus on Chininum Sulphuricum, a homeopathic remedy derived from quinine sulfate.
Known for its potent effects in treating fevers and neuralgic pain, Chininum Sulphuricum offers a natural approach to managing these conditions.
Let’s explore the therapeutic benefits of this versatile remedy.

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