An Informed Life

An Informed Life Radio brings cutting edge health and wellness science to listeners. In an age when the term “misinformation” is used to silence criticism and debate, An Informed Life Radio host and guests present “the missing information,” challenging listeners to research deeply and to think critically, in order to live informed and healthy lives.

Latest Episodes

August 25, 2023 – The Date Digital Censorship Escalates Globally

Attorney Greg Glaser and truth advocate James Roguski discuss current and looming data and privacy rights issues. On August 25, 2023, aspects of the EU’s Digital Services Act (DSA) go into effect for large social media and digital platforms, even those based in the U.S., with legal ramifications and penalties for those who violate the terms. Terms includes the requirement to prevent the spread of “illegal content and systemic risks”, which include being on the deemed-wrong-opinion side of topics such as fundamental rights, electoral processes, public security, DEI, and more.

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Removal of Personal Exemptions to MMR: Does Coercion Work?

A new study claims that the 2019 WA State law that removed the personal exemption to MMR (measles-mumps-rubella vaccine) for school and daycare was “effective”. The authors assert that MMR exemptions overall decreased 41%, and yet religious exemptions increased 367%. What is going on? School immunization data expert Karl Kanthak explains what the data really says and why it matters.

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New WA State Law Legalizes Government Child Abduction

Sharon Hanek of My Family, My Choice, discusses grassroots referendum and initiative efforts underway to repeal WA State’s new law that permits hiding runaway minor children from their parents when the children are seeking “gender affirming treatment” or reproductive health care services.

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Persecuted for Whistleblowing About HVAC Systems?

Dale Richardson and his daughter Kaysha discuss how their attempts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 utilizing Dale’s HVAC mechanical engineering expertise led to their persecution and ultimately to their current mission to expose the crimes exacerbated during the Covid 19 “Pandemic”.

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The Path Forward: Seeking Justice & Doing Business

Lynnette Madsen discusses an affidavit campaign for medical professionals regarding their personal experiences with the COVID agenda that will create testimonial evidentiary support for a criminal complaint. And Ashlea Hogancamp, co-founder of the natural food store Urban Market, gives insights into running a business that aligns with your values.

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Helping Build a Better Bob

Bob Schwartz is one man, but he is all of us. He’s a guy who trusted his doctor, was given a prescription without fully informed consent, and the side effects changed his life forever. Multiply his story by a few hundred million, or more, and the problem is massive. Luckily, the solution includes something relatively simple and small. In this episode, learn what happened to Bob, what he is doing to drive change, and what we must all do to protect ourselves and our communities

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The Courage to Change Course

Independent researcher Robbie Rose discusses the history of drugs known as SSRI’s, the dangers they pose, and the need for us all to take action. And Nikki Holland explains the journey of re-inventing herself after a COVID-19 shot injury left her disabled and unable to follow the life path she had been working toward.

Informed Consent? Black Box Drugs & College Vax Mandates

Kim Witczak, a leading global drug safety advocate who is a consumer rep on the FDA Psychopharmacologic Drugs Advisory Committee, speaks about her personal loss due to a pharmaceutical drug and current actions needed to warn consumers, and their loved ones, about dangerous products. In the second hour, Joni Ruller McGary discusses the upcoming historic roundtable discussion to take place at Dartmouth College on college COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

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It’s More Than A Job – Dare To Live Your Beliefs

Kevin Krause of Liberty Trace Farms and Andrew McGarry, the executive producer of Standing in the Gap, discuss their career choices that allow them to live and work each day in support of their beliefs. Are you feeling frustrated at a job that does not reflect your values and beliefs? Tune in to be inspired to move toward change and a more fulfilling future.

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Fact Check on a Regional Health District and More!

One of our favorite guests Karl Kanthak provides a fact check on a Spokane Regional Health District opinion published in the Spokesman Review, and in the second hour, Bernadette & Bob fact check public health’s claims about the Jynneos mPox vaccine, Kaiser Permanente’s outreach to young teens to enter clinical trials, and more.

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