March 14, 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, PJ,, 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.


Latest Draft of WHO Amendments to International Health Regulations Still Contain References To Power Over “Misinformation,” Vaccine Passports explores concerns surrounding the World HealthOrganization’s (WHO) ongoing efforts to amend the International Health Regulations. Critics argue these amendments could grant the WHO excessive control over national health policies, particularly in areas related to misinformation and vaccine passports. The draft includes provisions that empower the WHO to take measures against what it deems as misinformation during health emergencies. Additionally, the draft discusses implementing vaccine passports, raising privacy and civil liberties issues. Opponents of the amendments fear that such measures could infringe upon national sovereignty and individual freedoms, citing the need for a balance between public health security and personal rights. The debate intensifies as member states and stakeholders scrutinize the potential impacts of these regulations on global health governance and individual rights.

COVID-19 Shows Why the World Needs a Pandemic Agreement argues for the necessity of a global pandemic agreement under the auspices of the WHO, highlighting the COVID-19 pandemic as a critical example of the challenges faced by the international community in responding to health crises. The article emphasizes the inadequacies in global health infrastructure, coordination, and resource allocation, which were laid bare by the pandemic’s scale and severity. It advocates for a legally binding agreement to ensure countries’ commitment to collective action, including sharing information, resources, and technologies. The proposed agreement aims to bolster global surveillance systems, improve transparency and accountability, and enhance the world’s ability to prevent, detect, and respond to future pandemics. The piece underscores the importance of global solidarity and shared responsibility in tackling health emergencies, advocating for a stronger, more equitable global health system.

House passes bill that could lead to a TikTok ban; fight shifts to the Senate reports on the U.S. House of Representatives passing legislation that paves the way for a potential ban on TikTok, shifting thebattleground to the Senate. The bill seeks to address national security concerns associated with foreign-owned apps, with TikTok, owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, at the center of the controversy. U.S. lawmakers express apprehension over the Chinese government’s potential access to American users’ data and the possibility of misinformation campaigns. The move has ignited a debate about free speech, privacy, and the geopolitical implications of banning an app popular among millions of Americans. The article captures the legislative process, the arguments from both sides of the aisle, and the anticipation of a contentious debate in the Senate as the nation grapples with the challenges of digital sovereignty and cybersecurity.

TikTok ban would make US look like China: GOP Sen. Rand Paul features Senator Rand Paul’s critique of the proposed TikTok ban, suggesting that such a move would align the United States more closely with China’s approach to internet censorship. Senator Paul argues against the ban, emphasizing the importance of freedom of speech and warning against the dangers of government overreach in regulating social media platforms. He expresses concerns that banning TikTok could set a precedent for further governmental control over digital content, potentially infringing upon Americans’ First Amendment rights. The Senator’s stance underscores the complex debate surrounding TikTok, balancing national security interests with the principles of free expression and the potential consequences of government intervention in the digital space.


The White House Claims Borrowing $16 Trillion Over the Next Decade Is Fiscally Responsible discusses the administration’s financial strategy, whichincludes plans to borrow an additional $16 trillion over the next ten years. This approach is deemed fiscally responsible by the White House, asserting that the borrowing is necessary to fund essential programs and initiatives that will drive economic growth and stability. Critics, however, express concern over the long-term implications of such substantial borrowing, fearing it could exacerbate the national debt and lead to economic instability. The article examines the potential impacts of this strategy on future generations and the overall economy, questioning the sustainability of relying heavily on borrowing. It also explores the administration’s rationale, which includes arguments that the investments made with this borrowed money will yield sufficient returns to offset the debt incurred, thus promoting a healthier economy.

West Point Removes ‘Duty, Honor, Country’ from Its Mission Statement reports on the United States Military Academy at West Point’s decision to remove the iconic phrase “Duty, Honor, Country” from its mission statement. This move has sparked a wave of criticism from alumni, military personnel, and the public, who view the phrase as a core tenet of the academy’s values and traditions. The change is part of a broader update to the institution’s mission statement, which West Point officials argue is aimed at reflecting a more modern approach to leadership and education in the military. Critics, however, see the removal of these foundational words as diminishing the academy’s commitment to the principles that have long defined military service in the United States. The article explores the reasons behind the change, the reaction from various stakeholders, and the implications for the academy’s identity and future graduates.


Hour 2 – ENCORE!

Special Guest – Rolf Christian Mueller-Uri

Born in Germany based in London, UK for 20 years. Working in global hotspots on corporate finance and development projects for international institution. Extensive travel to over 30 countries with ambassadorial status. Political analyst and international guest speaker.

In an intriguing and thought-provoking interview with Rolf Christian Gabrielle Mueller-Uri, a range of profound topics were explored, shedding light on the human experience and spiritual understanding. Mueller-Uri delved into the historical context of the fall of the Soviet Union, reflecting on the profound impact it had on individuals who were experiencing freedom for the first time. He discussed how the dissipating fear paved the way for new perspectives and opportunities. The conversation then shifted to the Law of Balance, a principle that underscores the importance of equilibrium in our lives and the universe. Mueller-Uri also touched upon the concept that outer abundance, while seemingly desirable, can lead to a spiritual slumber, suggesting that material wealth and comfort might detract from deeper spiritual pursuits and awareness. Finally, the topic of reincarnation was broached, offering a unique lens through which to view our allegiances and oppositions in life. Mueller-Uri proposed that understanding reincarnation could profoundly shift our perspective on who or what we align with or stand against, encouraging a more holistic and interconnected view of life and our role within it.

Incorporating insights on “HU: The Sound of Soul,” the interview with Rolf Christian Gabrielle Mueller-Uri takes on an additional layer of depth. The website delves into the concept of HU, an ancient name for God, revered as a sacred sound or mantra used in various spiritual traditions. It emphasizes the significance of sound in uplifting the individual, with HU serving as a key to open one’s heart to the divine presence. This concept aligns seamlessly with Mueller-Uri’s discussion on spiritual awakening and balance. The site describes HU as a universal sound, present in the wind, rain, and even in human emotions like laughter and weeping, suggesting a profound interconnectedness of all life. This perspective enriches Mueller-Uri’s dialogue on outer abundance and spiritual slumber, as well as his views on reincarnation, by highlighting the omnipresence of the divine in everyday life and the continuous journey of the soul. The interview, thus, not only explores historical and philosophical themes but also connects them to a timeless spiritual practice that transcends religious and cultural boundaries, offering a holistic view of human experience and spirituality.

HU: Experience the Sound of Soul from ECKANKAR on Vimeo.

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