(1) John J. Higgins & Barb Adams, The Year in Review
Goodbye 2017! Join Barb and John as they take a look at the year’s top moments as well as Trump’s first year as president.
(2) Richard Gordon
Do our thoughts affect the outer world and what is consciousness? The relationship between matter and consciousness is profound and the implications vast. When you understand the hidden nature of matter, you unlock secrets about your true identity.
Richard Gordon will discuss the rarely explored intersection of science and spirituality. In his latest work, Gordon reveals the secret nature of matter through a series of 58 jaw-dropping experiments which challenge many of our most fundamental assumptions.
During the interview, you’ll discover how your love and intent operates beyond the boundaries of your brain as well as how to infuse your love and intent into any physical object, and then transfer it to other people or objects.
Richard Gordon is recognized as one of the pioneers in the field of energy healing. He has been developing new healing techniques that are powerful yet simple and easy to learn, teaching them in workshops worldwide, and making them accessible to everyone in books since the mid-1970s. Today, as the founder of Quantum-Touch, Richard is an internationally acclaimed speaker at conferences, medical centers, chiropractic colleges, and holistic health institutes. He has been on the faculty at Heartwood Institute and The Holistic Health Institute. His worldwide Quantum-Touch workshops sell out quickly, and his original Quantum-Touch video workshop is now available online at QuantumTouch.com. He actively posts videos of amazing Quantum-Touch healing stories and demonstrations on the YouTube/QuantumTouch channel.
For more information, visit https://www.quantumtouch.com/en/.
(3) William W. Keller
Former U.S. security analyst and security surveillance expert William W. Keller joins the show in the third hour to discuss his new book, Democracy Betrayed: The Rise of the Surveillance Security State.
In the aftermath of 9/11, in lockstep with booming technological advancements, a new and more authoritarian form of governance began supplanting liberal democracy. Former security analyst for the U.S. Congress William W. Keller calls this new governance a “secure democracy.” In his new book, Democracy Betrayed, Keller explores the creation of our heightened surveillance state—an “internal security state-within-the-state” fueled by tech companies, private security firms, and others to the tune of $120 billion a year, which intrudes on civil liberties to an extent never before seen in our history.
Politicians tolerate it; the average citizen at times welcomes it, thinking it is the way to keep the homeland safe in a time of uncertainty and terrorism. But is it worth the loss of our individual privacy? Is it worth betraying a freedom once championed by our democracy?
Keller will discuss the rapid rise of this new “secure democracy” and what it means to our society and, more importantly, what we can do to halt our march toward intrusive and widespread surveillance. An urgent clarion call for a country in crisis, Democracy Betrayed is a timely and deeply important book about the future of America.
William W. Keller is a graduate of Princeton University with a Ph.D. in Government from Cornell University. He served as a security analyst for the U.S. Congress for ten years, as executive director of the Center for International Studies at MIT, and as Director of the Ridgway Center for International Security Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. He is a professor of international affairs at the University of Georgia, where he directed the Center for International Trade and Security. Keller has held the highest security clearances and has written extensively about the FBI, defense technology, multinational corporations, the intelligence community, and the arms trade. He is the author or editor of six books including Myth of the Global Corporation and The Liberals and J. Edgar Hoover: Rise and Fall of a Domestic Intelligence State.
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