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February 13, 2022

The Trucker Revolution--The Role Of Civil Disobedience In A Healthy Democracy & Autopsy Of A Pandemic
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The Trucker Revolution--The Role Of Civil Disobedience In A Healthy Democracy
In hour one, Richard welcomes a U.S. constitutional lawyer to discuss the massive trucker protest sweeping across Canada and the world. He'll explain the role of civil disobedience in democracy and when it crosses the line.

​ Guest: Jonathan W. Emord has been practicing constitutional and administrative law before the federal courts and agencies since 1985. Having begun his career as an attorney in the Federal Communications Commission during the administration of President Ronald Reagan, Emord has maintained an abiding conviction to achieve full First Amendment protection for the freedoms of speech and press. In 1991, he authored the critically acclaimed Freedom, Technology, and the First Amendment in which he chronicled the intellectual foundations of the First Amendment and advocated replacing government control over the airwaves with a title registry, private property rights approach.

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Autopsy Of A Pandemic
Richard welcomes a researcher/writer to discuss the mysterious disappearance and reappearance of the flu, natural vs. vaccine-induced immunity, the inability of the vaccines to control the virus and other extraordinary lessons about the end of the pandemic. Plus the former head of Alberta's Emergency Management explains how governments across Canada did the exact opposite of what they were supposed to do in response to the pandemic.

​ Guest: Julius Ruechel is a former organic cattle rancher who spent time in the financial markets. He now dedicates his time examining COVID data and writing about the pandemic.

​ Guest: David Redman has worked with all orders of government and extensively with the private sector to develop emergency management in Alberta, Canada and North America. Prior to work in EMA, he had a twenty-seven career as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. His military experience was predominately in command appointments in operational field positions, including three tours as a Commanding Officer, responsible for massive strategic, operational and tactical international logistical operations (i.e. the withdraw of all Canadian personnel and resources from Canadian Forces Europe in Lahr following the end of the Cold War, the withdraw of all Canadian United Nations personnel and resources from the Former Republic of Yugoslavia during the 1995 War and the deployment of Canadian NATO Forces into Bosnia). During his military career, he served in nineteen geographic locations, including three NATO postings to Germany, a posting to California, and postings or employment in most Provinces and Territories in Canada. He also was deployed on operational tours in support of the United Nations and NATO; in Egypt in 1978, Croatia in 1995 and Bosnia in 1996.

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