The Genesis Communications Network (GCN) is proud to announce our new program "Stone Cold Truth" that will broadcast every Saturday from 1pm-3pm ET / 12pm-2pm CST. The Stone Cold Truth is two hour show in which the public gets the inside scoop about what is really going on in American politics from a real political insider Roger Stone, a forty year political veteran who worked as a political Aide in nine Republican Presidential campaigns from his mentor Richard Nixon to Ronald Reagan to Donald Trump. Stone spent forty years in the corroded rectum of our corrupt two party system to emerge as a whistle blower to expose both Republicans and Democrats, Political dynasties, Wall Street, Lobbyists, Multinational corporations and the 'New World Order " ushered in by both parties. Stone will cover the 2016 Presidential race with an insiders knowledge and legions of sources. Roger Stone is a New York Times Bestselling Author of the "Clintons' War on Women" and "Jeb and the Bush Crime Family- the Inside story of an American Dynasty" -rabble rouser, Libertarian conservative who exposes the shocking secrets of the ruling elite and tells it like it is. Roger Stone is a seasoned political operative and…
The Genesis Communications Network (GCN) welcomes our newest affiliate KDIA 1640 AM in San Fransico, CA (visit them at: http://www.kdia.com/) picking up Bill Martinez Live. The Sons of Liberty gained another station, broadcasting at 10,000 watts on Brunswick, GA on WCGA 1100 AM. New on GCN, Jenni & Jody's POP Parenting brings on their first station KCAM 790 AM (http://www.kcam.org) in Glennallen, Alaska. The Alex Jones Show completes Operation Sleeping Giant, a special 28-hour broadcast; a historic event to take place in the middle of Queen Hillary's coronation at the DNC on Wednesday, July 27th and feeds straight into Thursday, July 28th.
To help combat critical blood shortages being reported by blood banks throughout the United States, nationally syndicated GCN radio host and Las Vegas family physician and assistant professor at Touro University Nevada, Dr. Daliah Wachs is joining forces with American Red Cross, United Blood Services and blood banks throughout the country to create a National Blood Donation Week and individual state blood donation days. September 4th - 10th, is National Blood Donation Week and many states including Vermont, Mississippi, Rhode Island, Oklah......
Each week, Gene speaks directly to the industry's movers and shakers, including corporate leaders, industry analysts, and regular panels that feature the most respected journalists who cover personal technology.
On this week's all-star episode, we present commentator and columnist Rob Pegoraro <http://robpegoraro.com/>, who writes for USA Today, Yahoo Tech and Wirecutter, who discusses, at length, the new wireless data plans from AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, and why "unlimited" data plans are actually not quite "unlimited." He'll als......
Gene and Chris present Renaissance Man Paul Davids <http://lifeafterdeathproject.com/>, an author, artist, filmmaker and amazing story teller. His latest work is "An Atheist in Heaven," a follow-on to the DVD "The Life After Death Project," which is heavily focused on synchronicities. Paul will also talk, at length, about his friendship with Bill and Hillary Clinton, how he fed them UFO information over the years, and their reactions. He'll also discuss his long-time friendship with the late sci-fi/fantasy/horror film fan/writer/editor Forres......
Former Education Secretary under Ronald Regan said, In America today, the longer you stay in school, the dumber you get..." -William Bennett
Outside of the fact the federal government is illegally (Violation of Article 10 of The Bill of Rights) and intentionally indoctrinating American students in public schools through International Baccalaureate, No Child Left Behind, and now Common Core, you have to ask the question, "Why are 86% of them that complain about what is going on dropping their kids off at the school gate?" The 86% just happen to be Professed Christians, Patriots, and Conservatives? This 86% should also realize that which is being taught today is not what was taught 50 years ago in this country.
Case and point: In complete contradiction to America's foundational principles, the National Education Association agrees with humanism. Humanism is summed up in the following excerpt by John Dunphy in his article, "A Religion for a New Age":
"The Bible is not merely another book ... it has and remains an incredibly dangerous book. ... I am convinced that the battle for humankind's future must be waged and won in the public classroom by teachers who correctly perceive their role as the proselytizers of a new faith. ... These teachers must embody the same dedication as the most rabid fundamentalist preachers, for they will be ministers of another sort, utilizing a classroom instead of a pulpit to convey humanist values in whatever subject they teach. ... The classroom must and will become an arena of conflict between the old and the new - the rotting corpse of Christianity, together with all its adjacent evils and misery, and the new faith of humanism, resplendent in its promise of a world in which the never-realized Christian ideal of love thy neighbor will finally be achieved."
Furthermore, here are examples of what the public indoctrination center are teaching concerning various subjects.
In Texas, the State Board of Education found a total of 109,263 errors in math textbooks reviewed for use in 2008 alone. Yes, I said 109,263 errors. The board had to go so far as to place a possible fine of $5,000 per error found if they were not fixed by spring of the same year.
In textbooks all across America, science (the study of Creation) is well-known for being laced with the dangerous theory of evolution, which wars against Christianity, the Bible, God and His Law, which is the foundation of our Republic.
Antidepressants are one of the most commonly prescribed drug classes. Four out of five physicians prescribing antidepressants are not even psychiatrists, and the drugs are increasingly being given for non-psychiatric uses.
This dramatic increase in usage could possibly be in direct connection to the controversial TeenScreen survey given to children as young as 9 years old in public schools. TeenScreen has been responsible for policing the mental health of students over the past decade.
More and more public schools have brought in the manipulative survey for children, setting them up for a prescription. For example, one of the questions asked is: "Has there been a time when you felt you couldn't do anything well or that you weren't as good-looking or smart as other people?" Another question is: "In the last year, has there been any situation when you had less energy than usual?"
Nearly 20 percent of students who take the survey are then labeled mentally ill, which leads to a prescription. This process is being sold as suicide prevention; however, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force found "no evidence" that screening for suicide risk reduces suicide attempts.
In past generations, parents would train their children in the way they should go, using the rod of correction (Proverbs 22) to drive foolishness from the hearts of their children, while the pharmaceutical companies compete for the position contrary to that which God commanded.
In the meantime, pharmaceutical companies are raking in hundreds of millions of dollars a day while America's students are used as political and medical guinea pigs.
Most Americans don't even realize that Obama is attempting to deputize the medical industry to screen the mental health of every American.
Herein lies the "attention deficit." The deficit lies within the responsibility of the parents, not the child.
To further add insult to injury with the help of the NEA, students are being made a prey to teachers.
The real question to ask here is "Why are there public schools?"
"What has happened down here is the winds have changed Clouds roll in from the north and it started to rain The river rose all day The river rose all night Louisiana, Louisiana They're tryin' to wash us away"
Louisiana poet laureate Randy Newman's poignant lyrics, written 42 years ago, were right on the money throughout South Louisiana last week. Locals watched helplessly as the rain poured down, day and night, for 10 straight days. And when the deluge of water slowed to only dai......