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01-27-17 -- Kevin McKernan - Scott Horton - Karen Kwiatkowski (VIDEO & MP3s LOADED)

Kevin McKernan (CSO & Founder of Medicinal Gonomics) brings DNA technology expertise to cannabis - Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) world news update; Trump Administration - Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) on 'The March

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HOUR ONE

Media Type: Audio   •  Time: 169:0 Mins and Secs
Guests Kevin Mckernan
Topics Medical Genomics


Hour 1 --  Kevin McKernan (CSO & Founder of Medicinal Gonomics) talks about bringing DNA technology expertise to cannabis

Hour 2 -- Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) provides world new update; thoughts on the Trump Administration

Hour 3 - Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) on 'The March of Madness'

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Kevin McKernan

CSO & Founder of Medicinal Genomics

Webpages:

http://www.medicinalgenomics.com/
http://www.kannapedia.net/
http://www.cannmedevents.com/

 

ABOUT KEVIN...


CSO & Founder Medicinal Gonomics

I have spent my career researching and developing various DNA sequencing technologies in both the research and clinical industries. In addition, I have a parallel interest in driving the tools used for personalized medicine into the world of cannabis medicine. In fact, the intersection of personalized medicine, genomics, and cannabis is, in my opinion, one of the most exciting growth opportunities in our lifetime.  My experience spans the gamut of working with incredibly bright scientists at the Whitehead Institute to entrepreneurs and business professionals from the most successful and innovative life science companies in the world. When I am not decoding DNA and unraveling the mysteries of cannabis medicine, I enjoy boating, skiing, and gardening.

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Medical Genomics:Bringing DNA Technology Expertise to Cannabis

Medicinal Genomics uses state-of-the-art DNA technology to better understand cannabis genetics and develop products that help growers, dispensaries, and testing laboratories ensure the safety and quality of cannabis.

When it comes to cannabis genetics, Medicinal Genomics is in a class of its own. Medicinal Genomics was born from Courtagen Life Sciences, a CLIA certified genetics testing laboratory that specializes in identifying rare pediatric neurological conditions. Courtagen and Medicinal Genomics share a Chief Science Officer, Kevin McKernan, who worked on the Human Genome Project and was the first scientist to sequence the Cannabis genome. The collective expertise between Courtagen and Medicinal Genomics puts our teams in a unique position to begin to understand the relationship between human and cannabis genetics.

LEARN HOW WE ARE CONNECTING HUMAN AND CANNABIS GENETICS 

Kannapedia

Medicinal Genomics created Kannapedia to publish genetic information obtained using the company's StrainSEEK™ Identification and Registration service. Kannapedia will provide the identity, heritage, and chemistry of the cannabis and hemp plants that have been tested using the StrainSEEK service. For the first time, growers, consumers, patients, and clinicians will be able to identify the exact strain and key characteristics of the cannabis and hemp they are purchasing, enabling confidence in the quality and reliability of the product.

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COURTAGEN LIFE SCIENCES AND MEDICINAL GENOMICS

APRIL 9-11, 2017

THE JOSEPH B. MARTIN CONFERENCE CENTER

AT HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL


ABOUT THE CANNMED CONFERENCE

The Cannabis plant is truly remarkable, producing a broad spectrum of pharmacologically active phytochemicals, including cannabinoids, terpenoids, and phenolic compounds.

The major cannabinoids, THC and CBD, have been extensively studied in recent decades and have been shown to have therapeutic effects on the endocannabinoid system and other important signaling pathways. Animal studies and clinical trials in human subjects suggest potential benefits across a broad range of therapeutic areas, including: epilepsy, spasticity in multiple sclerosis, post-traumatic stress disorder, psychosis, chronic pain, migraine, fibromyalgia, neuroinflammation, inflammatory bowel disease, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, and the treatment of a variety of cancer types.

This research has caused a lift of cannabis prohibition in a number of states and countries, as voters and government officials now recognize the many therapeutic benefits cannabis provides. Now more than ever, research into the safety, quality, and efficacy of cannabis is critical as these municipalities draft legislation that will regulate how the plant is produced, distributed, and consumed.

The CannMed 2017 Conference will be a gathering of the greatest minds in medical cannabis research, where they will discuss the work they are doing to better understand this remarkable plant and how their work will shape future cannabis regulations.

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Guests Scott Horton

Topics Scott Horton Radio


Hour 2 -- Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) provides world new update; thoughts on the new Trump Admistration

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Scott Horton

ScottHorton.Org

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TOPICS: Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) provides a world news update...

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Scott's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

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HOUR THREE

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Guests Karen Kwiatkowski , Karen Kwiatkowski

Topics Trump Protests , March of Madness


Hour 3 - Karen Kwiatkowski (Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel) on 'The March of Madness'

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Karen Kwiatkoswki PhD

 

 

Retired Lt Colonel

(Retired Air Force Lt. Colonel, Former Pentagon Officer, Professor)

Karen Kwiatkowski (ka-tao-skee) was commissioned in 1982 as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force. She served at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska, providing logistical support to missions along the Chinese and Russian coasts. After tours in Massachusetts, Spain and Italy, Kwiatkowski was assigned to the National Security Agency, eventually becoming a speech writer for the agency's director.

Col. Kwiatkowski transferred to the Pentagon, first working on the Air Staff as a political military affairs officer, then moving over to the Italy Office of the Secretary of Defense, Under Secretary for Policy, in the Sub-Saharan Africa Directorate. From May 2002 to February 2003, she served in the Pentagon's Near East and South Asia directorate (NESA). While at NESA, she wrote a series of anonymous articles, "Insider Notes from the Pentagon" that appeared on the website of David Hackworth, protesting neoconservatism inside the Pentagon and the pro-war propaganda being put forth by Pentagon appointees. Kwiatkowski was in her office inside the Pentagon when it was tragically attacked on September 11, 2001. She left NESA in February 2003 and after 20 years of service, retired from the Air Force.

In April 2003, she began writing articles for the libertarian website in Italy LewRockwell.com. In June 2003, the Ohio Beacon Journal, published her op-ed "Career Officer Does Eye-Opening Stint Inside Pentagon" which attracted international notice. Kwiatkowski became publicly known for criticizing a corrupting political influence on the course of military intelligence leading up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Her most comprehensive writings on this subject appeared in a series of articles in The American Conservative magazine in December 2003 and in a March 2004 article on Salon.com.

Kwiatkowski has become a respected columnist for various international media outlets. She is a regular contributor to Lewrockwell.com and has had articles about her work with the Department of Defense published in the American Conservative. She has hosted the popular call-in radio show American Forum, and blogs occasionally on Liberty and Power. Since her retirement, she has taught American government related classes at Lord Fairfax Community College and James Madison University, and teaches information systems related classes for the University of Maryland. She and her husband raise beef cattle in Shenandoah County, Virginia. They have been married

since 1982 and have four children.

Karen's Webpages: 

Facebook.Com/Karen.Kwiatkowski.12

Archive.lewrockwell.com/kwiatkowski/kwiatkowski-arch

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Karen's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

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March of Madness

By 

January 26, 2017 - LewRockwell.Com

Protest in America is worth thinking about.  Notwithstanding many new and growing secession movements — Godspeed them all — we have to live together and get along in some basic ways.  Modern American trends in protest don't bode well for peace and prosperity if the recent women's revolution marches are any indicator.

Real change at any level comes through a combination of awareness and investment – a shared knowledge of how things might be "better" and skin in the game.  The internet has promoted the knowledge side of the equation, facilitating widespread understanding and awareness of how things might be better.  Art and literature, history, images, a flattening of communication about and between humanity, all of this is unleashed, on demand and on fire.

The protests in Washington and all over the country last weekend reflected this culture, blending it with raw emotionalism and a festival atmosphere.  There was a general idea among protesters that something could be better, but it was not articulated, beyond Trump not being President.  Presumably, the chanting crowds also wanted Vice President Pence gone as well, and from there, it gets a bit murky as to how much they really would like to see rolled back.  All Trump appointees gone? A reverse of November's GOP sweep in the House and Senate?  Was it to retain a fantastical third Obama term, or to go back in time to prevent Clinton's people from eliminating Bernie's people during the DNC Convention?  The protesters identified as progressives, but the solutions they promoted were remarkably conservative, even reactionary.

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Progressives as reactionary conservatives.   That's far more alarming than half a million pussyhats, outsized vagina jackets, the F-word, XX chromosomism, threats to blow up the White House, and crotch grabbing for conversational emphasis.

To give the movement credit, the pussyhats were almost entirely hand knit and crocheted – a testament to the value of tradition and Pinterest.  The disturbingly popular vagina costumes, again, apparently all made by hand.  I have nothing against threats to blow up any government building; we the people should be able to decide what to do with our property, and some institutions are way past their usefulness.  Sadly, I don't think Madonna actually meant what she said.  The F-word, to be fair, is in such common usage that it has probably jumped the shark.  I have nothing good to say about crotch grabbing, except the protesters didn't seem to want others to do it.  Perhaps it is a libertarian display of self-ownership.

XX chromosomism permeated the protests, with all other biological combinations subordinate, subordinated, and held in contempt.   This wasn't planned, of course, that would be exclusive and intolerant.  But it is an innate aspect of the movement.  Like white supremacy and other racist movements, XX chromosomists first exclude on genetic and morphological grounds, and then further differentiate those who meet the biological criteria but refuse to accept the ideology.  Pro-life women were not welcome, Trump-supporting women not welcome, women who question government goodness in general, again, not welcome.

Beyond the ugliness of XX chromosomism, the reactionary nature of the marches, the lack of focus on what was being protested, and the lack of an articulated vision, there are several fundamental problems that ultimately reflect the rest of America pretty accurately.  These are problems worth doing something about.

1) Too many well-meaning people don't understand where their natural rights originate, and misunderstand the fundamental role of government.

2) Many Americans have plenty to eat and nothing to do.  The increase in numbers of non-working adults in the American economy (labor participation rate) means not so much that there are no jobs, but that many more adults have everything thing need, often at the expense of others, directly and indirectly, and yet are still unhappy.

3) Protests are not the same as actual resistance, which costs a lot more and is not nearly as much fun.  But the child of  "knowledge of a better way" and "skin in the game" is resistance, not protest.  A popular meme explained it this way:  "Protesting is not an act of freedom, it is an appeal to authority.  You aren't fighting for your rights, you are slaves begging for longer chains."

4) A lot of people in this country believe they understand how things work, and are justifiably cynical about political power.  But their understanding is shallow, untethered to an actual philosophy or principle, and utterly dependent upon the nodding agreement (or thumbs ups and social media shares) of others in order to move forward.

karen head shot benchIt might have been very different.  But this time, they went to war with the army they had, and not the one they might have liked.  A massive march of women who value equality – or just anti-Trumpism – materialized as a living, breathing, the crotch-grabbing 18th-century stereotype of the fairer sex – confused, anti-intellectual, craving strong leadership and without it, animated entirely by their sexual organs and desire.

The reactionary conservative "progressivism" evident over the inaugural weekend is frightening.  That the protest failed to gain intellectual ground on natural rights and the role of government is disappointing.  That it succeeded in supporting and fueling ancient anti-woman stereotypes is simply outrageous.

I despise government and I like knitted hats.  Hopefully, more than a few networking and entrepreneurial activities will be spawned as a result of people meeting people, complaining and learning.  Otherwise, it is a wake-up call to those of us who truly care about liberty to help a sister out by sharing what we know, in a way that grows a more effective resistance to authoritarianism and statism.

The Best of Karen Kwiatkowski

Karen Kwiatkowski, Ph.D. [send her mail], a retired USAF lieutenant colonel, farmer and aspiring anarcho-capitalist. She ran for Congress in Virginia's 6th district in 2012.

Copyright © 2017 Karen Kwiatkowski

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