Alex once again talks with Bob Chapman of the International Forecaster about the economic meltdown. Alex also welcomes Dr. Stanley Monteith, Radio Liberty talk show host, and also discusses the issues of the day and takes your calls.
Bob Chapman BIO - From http://www.coasttocoastam.com/guests/794.html
Robert Chapman is the editor and publisher of the International Forecaster, a publication that covers business, finance, economics, and social and political issues all over the world. Mr. Chapman has spent 45 years in the finance and investment business, 28 of which were as a stockbroker, specializing in gold and silver shares. For a number of years he owned his own brokerage firm.
Mr. Chapman attended Northeastern University and spent several years in counterintelligence with the US government. He has made a number of very important predictions and is probably one of the most unpopular people in Washington, DC, as he spares no one in government who is not doing what they should be doing.
Dr. Monteith BIO - From http://www.coasttocoastam.com/guests/789.html
Dr. Stanley Monteith practiced orthopedic surgery in Santa Cruz for 35 years. During that time he developed a great interest in history and studied extensively, taking the time to go through the personal papers of many people who charted the course of history. He is the author of “AIDS: The Unnecessary Epidemic,” and his video, “The Brotherhood of Darkness,” was also made into a book.
In 1994 he retired to devote full time to passing on the knowledge he had gained to the American people. He chose radio as a means of disseminating the information and now currently spends 5 hours live every weekday on radio. The programs can be heard on the Internet at http://www.radioliberty.com/
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