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On this rainy day in central Illinois, why not pull up next to your radio at 3p CST and tune in to Saturday Session on 970 WMAY?!

Through the looking glass

During hour one, Bishop talks about the Waco siege nearly 20 years later

Tonight on the show we'll talk about Waco then and now.  It's been nearly twenty years since two different sieges between the ATF/FBI and the Branch Davidians--sieges that took the lives of 84 people.  There were some fatalities on the Fed's side, but the vast majority of the dead were people inside the compound.  

What do we know now that wasn't known then?  We'll discuss how the charges of pedophilia were alleged up front, before and during the siege but that's not what the surviving Davidians were charged with.  Most of what they were charged with was dropped by the courts.  Was there ever a trial against the Feds for the death and destruction?  Could that type of thing happen again?  Go even further by watching the documentary Waco: The Rules of Engagement.

Watch a preview of the documentary A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995

OK City

Also, this time of the year jars loose a remembrance of yet another deadly incident in America's history.  In 1995, two years after the violently bloody and unresolved Waco sieges, a federal building was blown up in Oklahoma City.  Most Americans put that story to bed when Timothy McVeigh was sentenced to death.  America had their terrorist behind bars and they could go on with their day.  But there's more to the story that many don't know.  

Be sure to listen at 4p CST today for an interview with the makers of the recently released documentary A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995.  We'll break down that day and discover the alarming cover-up that ensued thereafter.  Who knew what when?  Who was intimidated and worse tortured and murdered because of what they knew?  What players from that tragedy are still in power to this day?  Connect the dots tonight with Saturday Session!

Part 1

Part 2

During hour two, Bishop talks with Holland Vandennieuwenhoff, one of the creators of A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City 1995 

The shackles of the income tax

Listen to "Rafael" from the IRS why tax day has been delayed

Then Saturday Session will explore the different methods of protesting ... taxes.  The deadline to file Illinois state and Federal income taxes is just around the corner, which has actually been postponed because the annual deadline, April 15th, falls on a Sunday and the next business day just so happens to fall on Emancipation Day.     

You can't have the slaves pay taxes on the day that is set up to remember when enslavement was abolished in this country. That would be just way to ironic.  We'll talk about emancipation through tax protestation tonight on Saturday Session. Disclaimer: In no way is Greg Bishop or 970 WMAY encouraging anyone to break the law. The above mentioned information to be broadcast is merely educational for free thinking people in a free country to think about and take upon themselves responsibility for their own actions.

During hour three, Bishop takes calls and talks briefly about the income tax and ways to reisist taxes

Wait, there's more!

In a very firery hour of Saturday Session, Bishop welcomes in Terry Reed from the Springfield and Central Illinois Trades and Labor Council ... plus phone calls 

We may also get a preview of what all the fuss is over Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker being a special guest by the Illinois Chamber of Commerce this coming Tuesday.  It's gonna dominate the news next week and Saturday Session will be the first to shed light on the controversy.  

If there's time, News on the March will cover stories from the past week in a frame you find anywhere else on terrestrial radio in central Illinois.  It's live and local with Saturday Session on 970 WMAY, The news and Talk of Springfield.

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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.

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