Greg Bishop talks with envrio-chemist Dr. Paul Connett about fluoridation of the public water supply
It's Easter weekend and everyone is spending the holiday somewhere--be it at home, at the family's or maybe at work finishing up that last project before taking Sunday off. Saturday Session would be honored to be part of your weekend. Listen live from 3 to 7p CST on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield!
|Dirty cops with immunity to do anything more dangerous than terrorists|
To start the show we'll talk about the abuse of power and how devastating that can be. There are several examples (here, here and here) this week, including a local story, where police are accused of some pretty heinous things. The implications of this are staggering and quite frankly scare me more than the threat of terrorism. Where's the accountably?
They say "aiding rebels," I say funding terrorists ...
Can't we all just get along? There are several amazing double standards we'll talk about tonight including the sentencing of Viktor Bout and the "rebels" in Syria. When the US government does something, it's OK. But if another government or individual does what the US government does (against the wishes of the powers that be) then there's hell-fire. What are some other examples? Call those on in! 217.629.7970
|If you live in Illinois, your tap water is laced with fluoride|
Also tonight, we'll discuss the issue of fluoride in the drinking water with environmental chemist Paul Connett. We had Dr. Connett on last year to talk about the issue of fluoridated water after the City of Springfield passed an ordinance to buy another contract for more of the toxic chemical to put into our drinking water. Well a story last week was put out that the Illinois Department of Public Health awarded specials honors to municipalities around the state for complying with fluoridation levels. We'll get into all the details with Dr. Connett at 5p CST. For more info on how to act against fluoride in the water, visit The Fluoride Action Network website at FluorideAltert.org
In addition to all these compelling topics, we've got News on the March--stories that can't go by without being aired! Have some examples? Sound off! Call 217.629.7970 or email Bishop@WMAY.com
Saturday Session airs every Saturday from 3 to 7 PM CST on 970 WMAY, the News and Talk of Springfield. You can contact Bishop many different ways. Check out Bishop's Google Profile for more links and information. Get the latest podcasts and "Like" Bishop ON Air on Facebook. During the show, call 217.629.7970 and email anytime Bishop@WMAY.com.