Show Info 4-21-2015 – News, Guest Jamie Hanshaw

Show Info 4-21-2015 – News, Guest Jamie Hanshaw

April 21

News and Guests


Second Hour Guest

Jamie HanshawIn the second hour, JD is joined by author, researcher and occult expert, Jamie Hanshaw for a discussion about the dubious history of Walt Disney and the Disney organization. What exactly is their agenda and what are they covertly showing our kids? Jamie is a second generation conspiracy theorist. Growing up in the 80's and 90's she was exposed very early to the growing world of truth seekers, alternative historians, Clinton scandals, FEMA activities and witchcraft in Saturday morning cartoons. Jamie, with co-writer Freeman, is compiling all of this information into a fully illustrated, well-referenced compendium of the occult mind pattern programming of Hollywood and the Mainstream media in their new book, Weird Stuff Operation: Culture Creation. Full Bio: Website: Twitter: Facebook: YouTube: Book: Weird Stuff [Color Edition]: Operation: Culture Creation (Volume 1) Here is a link to a readable version of Part 1: It takes a long time to load. Once you see the cover art it is finished. Click on the picture and use the arrow keys on your keyboard to tun the pages.
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World News

Greek Extreme Right Party Goes on Trial Flights diverted at Manchester airport as drone sighted over runway Saudi Arabia signals a more muscular foreign policy less reliant on U.S. Houthis vow resistance as Saudis claim 80% of priority targets in Yemen destroyed US WARSHIP SENT TO BLOCK IRAN WEAPONS OFF YEMEN Is it likely Gitmo prisoners will return to the battlefield? Israel’s Netanyahu given 14 more days to form government as he struggles to build coalition US 'TRAINERS' ARRIVE IN UKRAINE FOR OPERATION FEARLESS GUARDIAN Mexican Police Capture Leader of Juárez Cartel Egypt recovers looted ancient artifacts that were smuggled to US

US News

6 from Minnesota charged with trying to join Islamic State VIDEO: ARMED NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS CONDUCT EXERCISE NEAR CHILDREN’S PLAYGROUND Homeland Security steps up screening of aviation employees Smart meter opt-out fees rescinded in Arizona, commissioners fearing liability Man critically injured by Baltimore police has died in hospital Californian arrested for trying to scale White House fence 2nd Shooting Hours After 1st at Delaware State University Reasons Why Many Feel That Martial Law Is Very Close

Economic News

Greece Seizing all Public Funds in Country Greek Debt Crisis Coming To Head - Contagion? China to invest $46bn in economic corridor with Pakistan - media Expect Lower Gold Prices During The Next Two Years – Morgan Stanley Morgan Stanley in talks to pay $500 mn fine to settle mortgage-bond probe Monsanto Profits Fall Another 15% In April. Are They In Trouble? The Other 4/20: Peeking Through The Smoke Of America's Pot Industry

Science & Tech News

Norway to Become First Country to Switch Off FM Radio in 2017 CHINESE SHIPYARD LOOKS TO BUILD GIANT FLOATING ISLANDS Japan plans moon mission in three years Virgin Galactic aims to begin testing another spaceship this year PayPal exec wants to replace passwords with injectable chips Cisco Shipping Hardware to Bogus Addresses to Throw off NSA Intercept-and-Implant Efforts Next-Gen VW Westfalia Could Be An EV

Health News

Canada quarantines chicken farm infected with bird flu Mini 3D printed organs mimic beating heart and liver Breast cancer cases in U.S. projected to rise as much as 50% by 2030 Mild electric brain stimulation boosts creativity, may tackle depression Tylenol Ingredient Found to Suppress Emotions, Dull Feelings

Energy & Environment

6.8 quake off Taiwan coast prompts tsunami alert in southwestern Japan

Home, Farm & Garden

How to grow mushrooms in your garden path How to Get a Building Permit to Build a New Home Plant a Perennial ‘Backbone’ for Your Vegetable Garden How to Make a Pallet Garden This apartment building covered in trees filters air pollution, lowers electricity costs and brings residents closer to nature

Housing News

Private mortgage insurers see gains as FHFA PMIERS, g-fee changes sink in Fannie Mae: First quarter a bust but annual growth forecast holds

Weird, Funny & Good News

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