Beth Clay ~ Roman Bystrianyk

Beth Clay, who was a staff worker for former congressman Dan Burton was Deanna’s first guest today. She is currently an International Commissioner with the Citizens Commission for Human Rights. (MP3)
Related: Psychiatric Drug Side Effects Search Engine

Roman Bystrianyk who along with Dr. Suzanne Humphries co-authored Dissolving Illusions was Deanna’s guest once again during the final hour to continue the discussion on the history of diseases and the introduction of vaccinations to treat some of those diseases, the majority of which were already in decline, due to the practicing of better hygiene and the implementation of proper sanitation.
Visit the Dissolving Illusions website. (MP3)

Spingola and Friends, #14

Dr. Jennifer Daniels joined Deanna during the second half of today’s broadcast. Dr. Daniels MD/MBA is the co-author of Do You Have the Guts to Be Beautiful? and author of The Lethal Dose (Murder By Medicine is No Accident). She does a radio broadcast twice a week, archived here. (MP3)
Deanna recommended: How to Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of Your Doctor

Allison Folmar ~ Dr. Kaayla Daniel ~ Roman Bystrianyk

Allison Folmar, the attorney who has assisted Maryanne Godboldo multiple times “pro bono” in her defense against the State Of Michigan who kidnapped and drugged her daughter Ariana was Deanna’s first guest today. Related: CCHR Launches Investigation into Michigan Mental Health Policies
Justice for Maryanne Godboldo (MP3)

Dr. Kaayla Daniel, a past guest and the author of The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America’s Favorite Health Food was Deanna’s guest during the second hour to talk about the new book, Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World which she co-authored with Sally Morell, president of The Weston A. Price Foundation.
Read the Nourishing Broth Blog (MP3)

Roman Bystrianyk who along with Dr. Suzanne Humphries co-authored Dissolving Illusions was Deanna’s guest during the final hour today.
Visit the Dissolving Illusions website. (MP3)
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Spingola and Friends, #12

For over forty years there has been a deadly code of silence pertaining to “brain death”, which was invented for the sole purpose of organ transplantation.

Deanna’s guests today on Spingola and Friends were Dr. Paul Byrne and Bernice Jones of Life Guardian Foundation. They talked about why it is a really BAD idea to sign up as an organ donor. (MP3)


And the propaganda has not stopped yet.

Sheila Matthews ~ David McGowan

Deanna’s guest for the first hour was Sheila Matthews, co-founder of AbleChild to talk about the organization’s efforts to gain access to Adam Lanza’s medical records in Connecticut. (MP3)
Related: Request to Dr. Carver, Suicidality

David McGowan returns to discuss his most recent book, Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream. (MP3) David’s Amazon book page, David’s Fake book page

Evelyn Hutcheson ~ Frederick Shaw ~ Buthaina from Iraq

Deanna’s guest today for the first hour was Evelyn Hutcheson, the mother of Matt Hale who she and others believe was wrongfully imprisoned by the United States Government. (MP3) Related: The Creativity Movement

Frederick Shaw from southern California joined Deanna during the second hour to discuss California’s Foster Care Crisis. (MP3)

Buthaina, who was born and raised in Iraq and left in 2004 after Iraq was invaded by the ‘US’ military visits with Deanna and shared with listeners her views on what is currently taking place in the middle east. (MP3)

Dr. Toby Watson ~ Mark R. Elsis

Deanna’s guest for the first hour was Dr. Toby Watson, a clinical psychologist and past Executive Director of The International Society for Ethical Psychology & Psychiatry. He is currently the Executive and Clinical Director of Associated Psychological Health Services in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, an outpatient mental health clinic that offers free local services. Dr. Watson has repeatedly served as an expert witness regarding ineffective forced medication commitments, is an expert in peer-reviewed outcome research and has worked with people throughout the United States. (MP3)

Mark R. Elsis returns for two hours to discuss the demise of Robin Williams and his recent article, American Exceptionalism. (MP3)