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08-18-17 -- James Lyons-Weiler - Scott Horton - Tom Woods (MP3s & Video LOADED)

James Lyons-Weiler (IPAK) on Aluminum being used to euthanize low birth weight infants - Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) new book: Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan - Tom Woods (Mises Inst) on the direction of the Libertarian Part
Media Type: Audio • Time: 169 Minutes and 0 Secs
Topics: Vaccines
Media Type: Audio • Time: 56 Minutes and 39 Secs
Guests: Scott Horton
Media Type: Audio • Time: 54 Minutes and 50 Secs
Guests: Thomas Woods

Hour 1 - 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 169 Minutes and 0 Secs
Topics: Vaccines

Hour 1 --  James Lyons-Weiler (IPAK) on  Aluminum being used to euthanize low birth weight infants

Hour 2 -- Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio)  new book: Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan

Hour 3 - Tom Woods (Mises Inst) on the direction of the Libertarian Party


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August 18th, 2017

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2017-08-18 Hour 1 James Lyons-Weiler from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Hour 1

James Lyons-Weiler


Dr. James Lyons-Weiler is the founder and CEO of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, also known as IPAK. He is the author of three books, one on Ebola, another on Cures vs. Profits and a third on The Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism". He, along with other scientists at IPAK, perform research in the public interest aimed at finding ways to reduce human suffering. He lives in Western PA with his fiance Gracie and his two well-adjusted teen aged boys.



Aluminum is being used to euthanize low birth weight infants and infants who genetically cannot tolerate corporate toxins.  The IPAK Report will be reviewed by James Grundvig soon (as soon as this week).

It's basic economics to the medical establishment.  These individuals were determined, in the open, in peer-reviewed journals, to be not worth treating.  So they kill them via vaccination with an otherwise pointless injection against HepB.  Babies are too young for the vaccine to work on day 1 - and they won't be in contact w/HepB til they are adults (unless mom has the virus).... pieces all fell into place w/this report.  


The Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge is a not-for-profit organization* which exists to perform scientific research in the public interest. We use the principles and practices of scientific research to help individual researchers, research teams, consortia, and companies push their project through roadblocks, or map their way around them via evidence-based alternatives. We provide independent views and intellectual effort on scientific progress in three main areas:

To help investigators in their efforts to reduce human pain & suffering through biomedical and related forms of scientific  research.

To help investigators increase their understanding of the universe using science as a way of knowing.

To educate the public in robust and reliable advances in medicine and science.

Our activities are varied, but they include:

Conducting and publishing independent and objective nonpartisan analyses, studies, and research on legislative issues that impact public health and scientific progress in light of peer-reviewed and published scientific findings.

Providing support in many forms to endeavors that advance understanding via science (publications, consortia, conferences).

Providing support to progress in science in specific critical areas that are likely to reduce human pain and suffering - and we go the extra mile to help make those successes in translation happen.

Voicing informed opinions and issues on select government agency and court rulings, and actions and positions taken by other government agencies that influence healthcare practice and affect public health.

To learn more about IPAK, write to us.

IPAK: Bringing knowledge & people together in the pursuit of successes in research via progressive science.

What's New at IPAK

IPAK/NDRR Technical Report 2017-1: The Case for Vaccine Safety Screening Published


Joshua Kuntz Science Integrity Fellowship (2017)







IPAK is a not-for-profit organization funded

by private donations from the public.

Press Releases & Publications

Watch for big news from IPAK in 2017!  Thanks to strong public support, we have studies ongoing on aluminum dose toxicity, power studies on past epidemiological studies, a new publication outlet for science-based medical opinions, and more.

Jan 28, 2016 IPAK VIID Research Program Press Release

Sept 1, 2015: IPAK Launch Press Release

Lyons-Weiler, J. 2016. Where the Power Lies: Clinical Trial Study Design in the Era of Big Science and Big Data. IPAK Technical Report TR2016-1:1-29.

*IPAK is registered with the State of Pennsylvania as a not-for-profit pure public charity. Our federal 501C3 status is currently pending their processing of our application.  You can help with your donation!


NDRR IPAK Technical Report 2017-1

After a year of focused review, IPAK has produced a definitive Technical Report outlining the case for screening individuals away from current vaccines, with a plan for a major paradigm shift both in the science of artificial immunization and the associated economic markets.

Donation: $100


NDRR IPAK Technical Report 2017_1


IPAK NDRR Technical Report 2017_1 The Case for Vaccine Safety Screening



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NDRR IPAK Technical Report 2017_1

Hour 2

Media Type: Audio • Time: 56 Minutes and 39 Secs
Guests: Scott Horton

Hour 2 -- Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio)  new book: Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan


2017-08-18 Hour 2 Scott Horton from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Hour 2

Scott Horton



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Scott Horton is managing director of The Libertarian Institute, host of Antiwar Radio for Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and 88.3 FM KUCR in Riverside, California, host of the Scott Horton Show and the opinion editor of Horton has conducted more than 4,500 interviews since 2003. He lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, investigative reporter Larisa Alexandrovna Horton.

To listen to Antiwar Radio, tune in to KPFK 90.7 FM, Pacifica, in the Los Angeles area at 8:30 am Pacific time Sundays, subscribe to the podcast feed of the shows at Scott's website, on iTunes or on Stitcher.


TOPICS: Scott Horton's New Book...



Time to End the War in Afghanistan

"In Fool's Errand, Scott Horton masterfully explains the tragedy of America's longest war and makes the case for immediate withdrawal. I highly recommend this excellent book on America's futile and self-defeating occupation of Afghanistan." — Daniel Ellsberg, Pentagon Papers whistleblower and author of Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers

"The real story of the disastrous U.S. war in Afghanistan must be written so that future generations may understand the folly of Washington's warmongers. Scott Horton's Afghan war history is an important contribution to this vital effort." — Ron Paul, M.D., former U.S. congressman and author of Swords into Plowshares: A Life in Wartime and a Future of Peace and Prosperity

"Scott Horton's, Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan, is a definitive, authoritative and exceptionally well-resourced accounting of America's disastrous war in Afghanistan since 2001. Scott's book deserves not just to be read, but to be kept on your shelf, because as with David Halberstam's The Best and Brightest or Neil Sheehan's A Bright Shining Lie, I expect Horton's book to not just explain and interpret a current American war, but to explain and interpret the all too predictable future American wars, and the unavoidable waste and suffering that will accompany them." — Capt. Matthew Hoh, USMC (ret.), former senior State Department official, Zabul Province, Afghanistan, Senior Fellow at the Center for International Policy

"Fool's Errand is a hidden history of America's forgotten war, laid bare in damning detail. Scott Horton masterfully retells the story of America's failed intervention, exposes how Obama's troop surge did not bring Afghanistan any closer to peace, and warns that the conflict could go on in perpetuity — unless America ends the war. As Trump threatens to send more troops to Afghanistan, Horton shows why the answer to a brutal civil war is not more war, which makes Fool's Errand a scintillating and sorely needed chronicle of the longest war in American history." — Anand Gopal, journalist and author of No Good Men Among the Living: America, the Taliban, and the War Through Afghan Eyes

"Scott Horton's new book Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan has a title that tells you where it is going, but to think that is all it is about would be to sell short a comprehensive work that takes the reader on a long journey starting in the 1980s. Indeed, if there were a university course on what went wrong with Afghanistan, starting with Ronald Reagan's Holy Warriors and continuing with George W. Bush's ouster of the Taliban leading to 15 years of feckless nation building, this book could well serve as the textbook. Horton provides insights into key decision-making along the way as he meticulously documents the dreadful series of misadventures that have brought us to the latest surge, which will fail just like all the others. The book is highly recommended both for readers who already know a lot about Afghanistan as well as for those who want to learn the basics about America's longest war." — Philip Giraldi, former CIA and DIA officer, executive director of the Council for the National Interest


Hour 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 54 Minutes and 50 Secs
Guests: Thomas Woods

Hour 3 - Tom Woods (Mises Inst) on the direction of the Libertarian Party


2017-08-18 Hour 3 Tom Woods from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Hour 3

Tom Woods


11824951_10153115537235197_1735738332075933668_nThomas E. Woods, Jr., is a senior fellow of the Mises Institute and host of The Tom Woods Show, which releases a new episode every weekday. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from Harvard and his master's, M.Phil., and Ph.D. from Columbia University. Woods has appeared on CNBC, MSNBC, FOX News Channel, FOX Business Network, C-SPAN, and Bloomberg Television, among other outlets, and has been a guest on hundreds of radio programs, including National Public Radio, the Dennis Miller Show, the Michael Reagan Show, the Dennis Prager Show, and the Michael Medved Show.

Tom is the author of twelve books, most recently Real Dissent: A Libertarian Sets Fire to the Index Card of Allowable OpinionRollback: Repealing Big Government Before the Coming Fiscal Collapse and Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century.

His other books include the New York Times bestsellers Meltdown: A Free-Market Look at Why the Stock Market Collapsed, the Economy Tanked, and Government Bailouts Will Make Things Worse (read Ron Paul's foreword) and The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, as well as Who Killed the Constitution? The Fate of American Liberty from World War I to Barack Obama (with Kevin R.C. Gutzman), Sacred Then and Sacred Now: The Return of the Old Latin Mass33 Questions About American History You're Not Supposed to AskHow the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization, and The Church and the Market: A Catholic Defense of the Free Economy. His critically acclaimedbook The Church Confronts Modernity was released in paperback by Columbia University Press in 2007. A collection of Tom's essays, called W obronie zdrowego rozsadku, was released exclusively in Polish in 2007.

Tom's books have been translated into Italian, Spanish, Polish, Lithuanian, German, Czech, Portuguese, Croatian, Slovak, Russian, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese.

Tom edited and wrote the introduction to five additional books: Back on the Road to Serfdom: The Resurgence of StatismWe Who Dared to Say No to War: American Antiwar Writing from 1812 to Now (with Murray Polner), Murray N. Rothbard's The Betrayal of the American RightThe Political Writings of Rufus Choate, and Orestes Brownson's 1875 classic The American Republic. He contributed the preface to Choosing the Right College and the foreword both to Ludwig von Mises' Liberalism and to Abel Upshur's A Brief Enquiry into the True Nature and Character of Our Federal Government. He is also the author of Beyond Distributism, part of the Acton Institute's Christian Social Thought Series.

Tom's writing has appeared in dozens of popular and scholarly periodicals, including the American Historical Review, the Christian Science MonitorInvestor's Business DailyCatholic Historical ReviewModern AgeAmerican StudiesIntercollegiate Review, Catholic Social Science ReviewEconomic Affairs (U.K.), Quarterly Journal of Austrian EconomicsInside the VaticanHuman EventsUniversity BookmanJournal of Markets & MoralityNew Oxford ReviewCatholic World ReportIndependent ReviewReligion & LibertyJournal of Libertarian StudiesJournal des Economistes et des Etudes HumainesAD2000 (Australia), Christian Order (U.K.), and Human Rights Review.

20841488752_c3a4d049dc_oTom won the $50,000 first prize in the prestigious Templeton Enterprise Awards for 2006, given by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and the Templeton Foundation, for his book The Church and the Market. He was the recipient of the 2004 O.P. Alford III Prize for Libertarian Scholarship and of an Olive W. Garvey Fellowship from the Independent Institute in 2003. He has also been awarded two Humane Studies Fellowships and a Claude R. Lambe Fellowship from the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University and a Richard M. Weaver Fellowship from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.

For eleven years Tom served as associate editor of The Latin Mass magazine; he is presently a contributing editor of The American Conservative magazine. A contributor to six encyclopedias, Tom is co-editor of Exploring American History: From Colonial Times to 1877, an eleven-volume encyclopedia.

Tom also co-hosts Contra Krugman, a weekly podcast with economist Bob Murphy that provides a free-market response to Paul Krugman's New York Times column.

Tom created 400 videos on history and government for the Ron Paul Curriculum, a K-12 homeschool curriculum.

Finally, Tom operates The Happy Earner, an online entrepreneurship website.



LP Chairman Takes a Swipe at Your Host

14th August 2017 

Today's Tom Woods Letter, which all the influential people receive every weekday. Be one of them.

If I didn't know for a fact you all were lying when you said you weren't interested in libertarian gossip, I wouldn't periodically share some with you.

First (I'll get to the gossip in a second), today I had jury duty. I could have kept quiet about my views on jury nullification, but in practice that was easier said than done.

The judge asked the 56 of us something like, "Are there any of you who, no matter how silly or stupid what I tell you may sound when giving you [legal] instructions, would have any hesitation in following those instructions?"

I couldn't just sit there.

So I raised my hand — the only person to do so.

The judge was not confrontational or unfriendly, but when he asked me about this, I explained that I believed juries had the right to judge both the law and the facts.

As we went into recess, I was approached and told I had been dismissed.

No matter how silly or stupid, will you obey? Yes.

We have lots of work yet to do.

OK, here's the gossip.

I kicked off the Mises Institute's Mises University program this year with a talk called "What I Learned From Murray Rothbard."

I talked about all the history and economics I've learned from him, what his specific contributions were, and his willingness to look all over for the truth — even to people with whom he otherwise disagreed.

Nicholas Sarwark, the chairman of the Libertarian National Committee, didn't bother to listen to the speech before retweeting it with a little lecture:

Of course, I uttered not a single word about political strategy in the speech. Those of you who have listened to it know that.

I gave a speech celebrating everything about Rothbard that no libertarian worth the name could deny.

After all, why would somebody, given the chance to discuss the brilliant Murray Rothbard, want to waste time on anything other than his areas of specialty: economics, history, philosophy?

You think Sarwark, who tweets out safe, boring, chic-libertarian crap all day long, has read any of that?

And why should we take advice on political strategy from — of all people! — the chairman of the Libertarian National Committee?

Now Woods, why the infighting? you say.

Well, when someone misrepresents me to the point of saying up is down, I respond.

Plus, it's fun.

Sarwark takes no position on anything that isn't at least tacitly approved by the New York Times.

Any libertarian who falls outside the libertarianism-is-all-about-pot axis he attacks and ridicules.

"Please, Mr. Good Newspaper Editor, sir, understand that I'm a good and safe libertarian who keeps safely on the 3×5 card of allowable opinion that you have so wisely laid out for us!"


For what it's worth, our friend Michael Malice gave the LP National Twitter account a severe beatdown the other day when it celebrated North Korea for its marijuana laws.

Nobody emerges from a fight with Malice unscathed, so the LP withdrew the Tweet.

(Well, I escaped unscathed when I debated Michael on Alexander Hamilton in an Oxford-style debate before a live audience in New York, and beat the daylights out of him, but….)

Incidentally, I spoke at the Libertarian National Convention last year, and I've spoken at numerous state conventions. So the people seem to like me even if daddy-o doesn't.

Anyway, if these virtue-signaling ninnies are making you lose heart about libertarianism, join me in my private Facebook group when you become a Supporting Listener of the Tom Woods Show, and you'll have great discussions and form wonderful friendships with some truly outstanding folks.

But I warn you: we don't spend time announcing that we're against slavery, or cancer, or whatever. And we don't ask you to, either. We don't assume you're guilty until proven innocent.

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