Commentary

Elizabeth Dougherty comments on the news of the day.

Fluoridating Water Is Ridiculous, Outdated And Dangerous

Fluoridating Water Is Outdated And Dangerous. From the Food Nation Radio Archives, Elizabeth spoke with Professor Joe Cummins, Professor Emeritus at the University of Western Ontario about his paper entitled, Water Not Fit to Drink. This paper was written for the Institute of Science in Society. Professor Cummins has written …

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Who Owns the Public Water Supply?

Who Owns the Public Water Supply? So how much power does an average citizen have against both the government AND one of the largest companies on the planet?  A LOT! Who Owns the Public Water Supply? During of of the longest droughts in California history, Bob Saunders watched as the …

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IS COVID 19 A WORLDWIDE FRAUD?

IS COVID 19 A WORLDWIDE FRAUD? Listen to this show highlight and then you decide. We are NOT medical experts.  We are NOT scientists or researchers.  We host a program that looks at the issues facing the restaurant, travel and hospitality industries and we ask questions.  We ask the questions …

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Autopsy Not Allowed in Covid Death

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Autopsy Not Allowed in Covid Death Autopsy Not Allowed in Covid Death – This is a story that directly affects all in the hospitality industry regarding Covid transmission. Documents obtained by Food and Travel Nation show a study was done by Italian pathologists indicating possible fraud related to Covid cases. …

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Harvard Chan School Doctor Freaks About Mask Questions

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Harvard Chan School Doctor Freaks About Mask Questions Harvard Chan School Doctor Freaks About Mask Questions – On Food Nation Radio, we’ve been concerned for months about the long-lasting effects of wearing a mask to help avoid contracting Covid-19.  Now, we’ve uncovered a document, when read and fully comprehended, may …

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Shopping Cart – Post Covid-19

From the Food Nation Radio News Desk Shopping Cart – Post Covid-19 It’s a certainty that some of the measures implemented at large grocery stores and big-box retailers during the pandemic will stick around for awhile.  While smaller family-owned retailers, the backbone of our economy pre-Covid 19 were forced to …

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