Fairfax 7/16/2019 Channel 36

Our guest today is  Dr. William Scott Magill, Executive Director of “Veterans In Defense of Liberty” (VIDOL) discusses Veterans In Defense Of Liberty’s® Cav Division, Liberty Riders of America,™ announces the first Annual Missouri’s Vietnam Wall Run 2019. Kickstands up in Missouri to Honor Americas POW/MIA and Vietnam Veterans

Springfield, MO — (June 11, 2019) ─  Veterans In Defense of Liberty’s® (ViDoL) Board of Directors voted unanimously in favor of Liberty Riders of America™ (LRA) taking up the torch for the Midwest that was carried faithfully by Rolling Thunder, Inc® on the national level for 32 years. The affirmative vote authorized Liberty Riders of America™ to organize and coordinate the inaugural 256-mile ride from Springfield, MO to the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Perryville, MO. Future Rides will take place annually on the Saturday immediately following “The United States’ National POW/MIA Recognition Day,” which is on the third Friday of September each year.
Recalling the words of Calvin Coolidge, “The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten. Dr. William S. Magill, president, and Executive Director, stated, “Missouri’s ‘Sister Wall’ is identical to the one in Washington D.C., a permanent, full-sized Vietnam Veterans Memorial. It will provide millions of Americans, including veterans, who cannot go to Washington, D.C., the opportunity to experience the power the Wall has on national healing, remembrance, and honor. It is a fitting tribute to our brothers and sister who freely gave their lives for freedom, as well as our POW/MIA, with the same solemn celebration of their service and sacrifice as we have in Washington for the past 32 years. We will always remember, and we will always ride for them and the moral example they embody. Ut Prosim – that I may serve, de oppresso liber – to free the oppressed.”
On Saturday, September 21st, at 0800 hrs, we anticipate 400-500 motorcycles will go Kickstands up launching the “1st Annual State-Wide Missouri Vietnam Wall Run 2019.” Accompanying Bikes and other vehicles will be a tour bus provided for Vietnam veterans who cannot otherwise make the trip. A total of 12 law enforcement motorcycles will escort the ride; eight from Springfield Police Department, two from Joplin Police Department and two from the Missouri Highway Patrol. Joining the core group along the route will be groups from Kansas City, Saint Louis, Illinois, Iowa, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and other states. Also joining the ride will be those participating in the Perryville, MO “Bikers on the Square” event.
Many towns along the route are making plans to turn out their communities in full fanfare, with overpass and roadway demonstrations of support that will include citizens and firetrucks with flags, as well as police and other emergency vehicles.
The Missouri Highway Patrol anticipates some 5,000 motorcycles or more at the Vietnam Memorial Wall for the official event. This historical ride is open to all who wish to honor America’s POW/MIA, Vietnam veterans, and our Liberty they sacrificed to preserve.   For more information go to  https://vidolamerica.org/        

Our second guest is Dr. Barrie Tan, author of The Truth About Vitamin E. There is  Big medical news out of Europe. For the first time ever, in government-sponsored cancer research, human patients taking a specific dietary supplement lived longer than those who did not. The research showed a unique form of vitamin E, called tocotrienols, when used with the standard care for recurrent ovarian cancer patients, doubled their life expectancy.

Dr. Barrie Tan, author of The Truth About Vitamin E, is widely considered the world’s leading authority on tocotrienols and vitamin E. His is talking about the topic in an effort to educate the public on the study’s findings and how to properly take advantage of the supplement’s health benefits

Author Dr. Barrie Tan, is considered one of the world’s most foremost experts on Vitamin E, credited with discovering tocotrienol in 3 major natural sources; Palm, Rice and Annatto plants. Dr. Tan has dedicated the last 35 years to studying vitamin E and its benefits. He holds a Ph. D in Chemistry/Biochemistry and has taught as an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. For more information and a free book please go to www.barrietan.com.

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WCVX 1160 AM 7/06/2019

Our guest today is Dr. William Scott Magill, Executive Director of “Veterans In Defense of Liberty” (VIDOL)  it is especially important to honor our country on this Liberty weekend to have Dr. Magill on our show.  He will discuss Veterans In Defense Of Liberty’s® Cav Division, Liberty Riders of America,™ announces the first Annual Missouri’s Vietnam Wall Run 2019. Kickstands up in Missouri to Honor Americas POW/MIA and Vietnam Veterans.

Springfield, MO — (June 11, 2019) ─  Veterans In Defense of Liberty’s® (ViDoL) Board of Directors voted unanimously in favor of Liberty Riders of America™ (LRA) taking up the torch for the Midwest that was carried faithfully by Rolling Thunder, Inc® on the national level for 32 years. The affirmative vote authorized Liberty Riders of America™ to organize and coordinate the inaugural 256-mile ride from Springfield, MO to the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Perryville, MO. Future Rides will take place annually on the Saturday immediately following “The United States’ National POW/MIA Recognition Day,” which is on the third Friday of September each year.
Recalling the words of Calvin Coolidge, “The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten. Dr. William S. Magill, president, and Executive Director, stated, “Missouri’s ‘Sister Wall’ is identical to the one in Washington D.C., a permanent, full-sized Vietnam Veterans Memorial. It will provide millions of Americans, including veterans, who cannot go to Washington, D.C., the opportunity to experience the power the Wall has on national healing, remembrance, and honor. It is a fitting tribute to our brothers and sister who freely gave their lives for freedom, as well as our POW/MIA, with the same solemn celebration of their service and sacrifice as we have in Washington for the past 32 years. We will always remember, and we will always ride for them and the moral example they embody. Ut Prosim – that I may serve, de oppresso liber – to free the oppressed.”
On Saturday, September 21st, at 0800 hrs, we anticipate 400-500 motorcycles will go Kickstands up launching the “1st Annual State-Wide Missouri Vietnam Wall Run 2019.” Accompanying Bikes and other vehicles will be a tour bus provided for Vietnam veterans who cannot otherwise make the trip. A total of 12 law enforcement motorcycles will escort the ride; eight from Springfield Police Department, two from Joplin Police Department and two from the Missouri Highway Patrol. Joining the core group along the route will be groups from Kansas City, Saint Louis, Illinois, Iowa, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and other states. Also joining the ride will be those participating in the Perryville, MO “Bikers on the Square” event.
Many towns along the route are making plans to turn out their communities in full fanfare, with overpass and roadway demonstrations of support that will include citizens and firetrucks with flags, as well as police and other emergency vehicles.
The Missouri Highway Patrol anticipates some 5,000 motorcycles or more at the Vietnam Memorial Wall for the official event. This historical ride is open to all who wish to honor America’s POW/MIA, Vietnam veterans, and our Liberty they sacrificed to preserve.   For more information go to  https://vidolamerica.org/        
                                                

WCVX 1160 AM June 22, 2019 7:00 PM ET

Our guest today is  Dr. William Scott Magill, Executive Director of “Veterans In Defense of Liberty®” (VIDOL) discusses the question, “WOW! Did you feel that yesterday?”

Veterans in Defense of Liberty® was honored to file on behalf of our WWI brothers – and Religious Liberty for every American –  not one but two Amicus Briefs with the SCOTUS in support of the Bladensburg Cross. The decision of the Supreme Court announced on 20 June 2019 is a significant historical recognition that there is NO separation between Church and State but rather between State and church.

Although Justice Alito did not mention any Amici Briefs in his opinion, he did use many of the citations we offered in our Brief. These citations provide support against the litany of abuses Religious Liberty has suffered for many years. They provide support for the truth expressed by George Washington in his Farewell Address, “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. In vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism, who should labor to subvert these great pillars of human happiness, these firmest props of the duties of men and citizens.” For the first time in years, the SCOTUS has turned America in the direction of freedom by beginning to re-strengthen these “indispensable supports.

A key stumbling block to Religious Liberty has been weakened significantly through this decision.  The Lemon Test may not be dead, but it has been mortally wounded and is presently on life support awaiting the next case that will, “pull the plug.”

The Lemon test is to review (1) whether the law has a secular purpose, (2) whether its primary effect advances or inhibits religion, or (3) whether it fosters an excessive entanglement with religion. The strict separationist view espoused by AHA and the panel majority unhooks this test from the overarching purpose of the Establishment Clause —that being to prevent the government from interfering with religious institutions and their doctrines. It ignores the salutary, secular benefits to society that religious organizations and the practice of religion provide benefits the Founders did not prohibit, but understood and welcomed.

Every American of faith should have felt just a little lighter on 20 June 2019; they should have thought it just a little easier to breathe the sweet aroma of freedom and liberty for their Religious Liberty was just made more secure. Americans are now freer than they have been for decades.   A Calvin Coolidge observed, “The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten.

Veterans in Defense will always remember, and we will always stand tall for them and the moral example they embody. Ut Prosim – that I may serve, de oppresso liber – to free the oppressed.”  In the Bladensburg Cross case, it was American Religious Liberty and all Americans who were oppressed. Read Veterans in Defense of Liberty’s Amicus Curiae here :https://vidolamerica.org/ 

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