Thursday, December 01, 2016

The Foxes are guarding The Hen House...

Celebrating it's 14th year of publishing

HealthBlogger Special Report

If you think The FDA is protecting YOU, you will be very surprised by this. 

Health freedom attorney Jonathan Emord discusses the dangers of prescription drugs that are on the market. Find out how many people potentially die each year from taking properly taking drugs that are prescribed by their doctors!

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About Jonathan W. Emord

Jonathan W. Emord is an attorney who practices constitutional and administrative law before the federal courts and agencies. See He served as an attorney at the Federal Communications Commission during the Reagan Administration and is a strong and consistent advocate of individual rights and limited government. He has defeated the Food and Drug Administration in federal court a remarkable eight times, seven on First Amendment grounds, including in the landmark Pearson v. Shalala decision. Congressman Ron Paul calls Jonathan "a hero of the health freedom revolution." He is the author of five critically acclaimed books: Freedom, Technology, and the First Amendment; The Ultimate Price; The Rise of Tyranny; Global Censorship of Health Information; and Restore the Republic. Jonathan is the only non-scientist member of the Board for the Certification of Nutrition Specialists (BCNS). He is a columnist for U.S.A. Today Magazine and a guest lecturer at Georgetown University Medical and Law Schools. Born in Brockton, Massachusetts, Jonathan is the son of the late Ernest A. Emord (aka Tommy Reardon)(1926-2004), a professional boxer (1942-1947: 57 wins; 3 losses; 1 draw). See

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