Deanna's Guests for August 2020
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Saturday, August 1: Greg Felton author of The Host & The Parasite: How Israel's Fifth Column Consumed America; Greg Felton; AMERICA IS NOW FULLY CONTROLLED BY ZIONIST SAYS CANADIAN RESEARCHER; Audio File

Saturday, August 8: 3-4: Dylan Howard, author of Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales; Audio File; 4-5: Melanie Infinger talks about the murder of her daughter, Caitlynne Guajardo; Man accused of murdering his pregnant wife days after domestic abuse allegation; Audio File; 5-6: Open Line: Callers welcome; Expose Bill Gates Day; Call in & express your feelings about Bill Gates; Find out more:; Audio File

Tuesday, August 11: 9-10 pm (CDT) Deanna will be a guest of Alex Exum.

Saturday, August 15: Thomas Goodrich, author of Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947 and Summer, 1945 Germany, Japan, and the Harvest of Hate; Paul English, the narrator of the audio of Hellstorm; Audio File

Saturday, August 22: 3-4: John O'Connor, author of Postgate: How the Washington Post Betrayed Deep Throat, Covered up Watergate and Began Today's Partisan Advocacy Journalism;
4-5: Scott Dow, Why are Liberals So Passionate about wanting to Keep Kids out of School?; 5-6: Dr. Habib Sadeghi, Multi-disciplinary approach to chronic illnesses such as cancer & auto-immune disease,

Saturday, August 29: 3-4: Tracy Malone, Narcissistic Abuse Support, You Were Targeted By An Abuser For A Few Reasons, Tracy's YouTube; 4-5: Christy McGlothin, of Home Rule; 5-6: Wayne Rohde, author of The Vaccine Court: The Dark Truth of America's Vaccine Injury Compensation Program


September Programs

Truth can withstand the most intense scrutiny and does not fear investigation but rather invites exploration.
If you think you can or you think you can't, you are right! (Henry Ford); Readers are Leaders (Jim Kwik)