Episode 16 (2/2/2021)
Edward Hasbrouck is a travel expert, award-winning investigative journalist,
author of travel how-to and consumer advice books, blogger, speaker, civil
libertarian, and advocate for the rights of travelers.
Hasbrouck's background as a travel industry insider includes 15 years of
work with airfares and airline reservation systems and software. Since 2006,
he has been a consultant to the Identity Project (PapersPlease.org) on
travel-related human rights and civil liberties issues, as well as
publishing his own newsletter and blog at Hasbrouck.org.
Hasbrouck has been quoted as an expert on surveillance and control of
travelers on the front pages of the New York Times and the Washington Post
and in other news outlets across the U.S. and around the world. He has
testified before the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Transportation
Security Administration, the Department of Homeland Security, state
legislatures, the Canadian Parliament, and the European Parliament.
Stan Gotshall, Ph.D.
Episode 15 (1/26/2021)
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Stan Gotshall earned his bachelors degree in Computer Science at the University of Portland in Oregon, and earned his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science at the University of Idaho in 2007 with his research in artificial intelligence. He has thirteen years of experience as a software and data engineer in multiple fields including big data and data architecture. Through the course of his independent research into VAERS, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, he designed VIVID, a custom database that makes VAERS data more accessible. To learn more visit www.vaccinedata.net.
Diane Miller, JD
Diane Miller JD is an attorney and Director of Law and Public Policy for National Health Freedom Coalition (NHFC) and National Health Freedom Action (NHFA). She works to protect the right of all people to access all health care information, services, treatments and products that the people deem beneficial for their own health and survival.
Episode 12,13 (1/13/2021)
Theresa Wrangham has been the National Vaccine Information Center's (NVIC) Executive Director since 2010. She brings to NVIC over 30 years of business administration experience, 15 of which were spent in non-profit organizations. Theresa's skills in project management, accounting, and risk assessment have greatly complimented her role with NVIC. Her current duties and responsibilities include coordination of NVIC's volunteer and counseling programs, website design and content management, drafting and implementation of organizational policy, monitoring of federal advisory committee activities related to vaccine policy-making, and audit and budget preparation. Theresa also served as a consumer reviewer for systematic reviews and their protocols that are undertaken by the Cochrane Collaboration with the Consumers United for Evidence-based Healthcare (CUE) for 10 years.
Peter H. Meyers is a Professor of Law Emeritus at The George Washington University Law School, where he directed the Vaccine Injury Litigation Clinic and currently teaches a seminar on Drugs and the Law. He served as Chairman of the Advisory Commission on Childhood Vaccines Workgroup of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and as a Designated Reviewer of nine publications on vaccines issued by the National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine. He is the author of several publications, including Fixing the Flaws in the Federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, 63 Admin. L. Rev. 785-851 (2011).
Dr. Henry Ealy, also known as Dr. Henele, is the Founder and Executive
Community Director of the Energetic Health Institute. He holds a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from SCNM, a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from UCLA, is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition by the NANP, and has over 20 years of teaching and clinical experience.
He is the lead author on four research papers on COVID-19 regarding significant inaccuracies and alleged violations of federal law, (1) Are Children Really Recovering 99.9584% of the Time From COVID-19? (2)
COVID-19…Have You Heard? There Is Good News! (3) If COVID Fatalities Were 90.2% Lower, How Would You Feel About Schools Reopening? (4) COVID-19 Data Collection, Comorbidity & Federal Law: A Historical Retrospective. He has documented and reported anomalies within COVID-19 data sets beginning in March, with over 1,500 dedicated hours to the investigation of ethical,
integrous and accurate COVID-19 metrics.
Jasmine graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas in December 2001 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and a Bachelor of Science in Economics.
Jasmine graduated from Queen’s University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Laws. While at Queen’s, Jasmine was the recipient of the Reuben Wells Leonard prize in Business law and an active volunteer within the Queen’s Law community. During the summer of 2003, Jasmine completed an International and Comparative Law Program through Tulane University that was hosted by McGill University.
After completion of the Bar Admissions Course and exams, Jasmine commenced her articles in 2005 and was admitted to the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2006. While continuing to practice as a full-time lawyer, Jasmine studied at Osgoode Hall graduating in 2009 with a Master of Laws.
Jasmine has files in all areas of personal injury, she focuses on claims involving minors, club assaults, particularly those involving bouncers or nightclub security, bullying and cyberbullying which is a developing area in the civil law context, elder abuse and nursing home negligence and fatality claims and catastrophic claims arising from motor vehicle accidents.
The author of thirteen acclaimed books, including New York Times nonfiction bestsellers Case Closed, Why America Slept and God’s Bankers. Posner was a finalist for the Pulitzer in History. “A merciless pit bull of an investigator” concluded the Chicago Tribune. The New York Times said his latest book (2020), PHARMA, was “a withering and encyclopedic indictment of a drug industry that often seems to prioritize profits over patients…[it] reads like a pharmaceutical version of cops and robbers."
Toby Rogers, Ph.D.
Episode 6 (part 1 and 2)
Dr. Toby Rogers has a Ph.D. in political economy from the University of Sydney in
Australia. His doctoral thesis, “The Political Economy of Autism,” explores the
regulatory history of five classes of toxicants that increase autism risk. Dr. Rogers shows
that the public health problem of autism starts with the political economy problem of
regulatory capture. He also has a Master of Public Policy degree from the University of
California, Berkeley, where he was a researcher for former U.S. Labor Secretary, Robert
Reich. Dr. Rogers does grassroots political organizing with medical freedom groups
across the country working to stop the autism epidemic.
Marshall H. Tanick
Marshall H. Tanick is a senior partner with the law firm of MEYER NJUS TANICK, with offices in downtown Minneapolis, St. Paul, and St. Louis Park and branch offices in Chicago and Milwaukee.
He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and Stanford Law School and has been recognized for many years as a “Super Lawyer” and top “40 Attorneys” in Minnesota, as well as “2019 ATTORNEY OF THE YEAR”.
He is Certified as a Senior Civil Trial Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association and represents employers and employees in a variety of workplace-related issues and other matters.
Mr. Kenneth Feinberg, a Washington DC based attorney, a former prosecutor, former chief of staff to Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts, Special Master for Agent Orange, Asbestos, and 9/11 Compensation Funds. Member of two Presidential Commissions. Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, New York University and University of Virginia.
Author of two books, “What is Life Worth”, a personal account of a three year struggle to compensate grieving families for catastrophic loss from 9/11 tragedy. “Who Gets What” is an remembrance of more than 25 years of determining how much to compensate families, understanding how they react to tragedy, and what they expect in receiving a check.
Ms. Renee Gentry is the Director of the Vaccine Injury Litigation Clinic at George Washington Law School.
George Washington Law School Professorial Lecturer in Law and Co-Director.
Ms. Gentry founded her own firm, the Law Office of Renée J. Gentry, Esq. in Washington DC, specializing in vaccine injury litigation in June 2019. She is one of the leading experts on vaccine injury litigation in the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP).
A 1979 graduate from George Washington University Law School, Washington, District of Columbia. His law practice based in Manhattan, New York City, represents adults and children who have been injured by a vaccine. Mr. Krakow has a successful track record with personal injury and medical malpractice cases, particularly involving vaccine injuries, birth injuries and children with disabilities.
He is a co-author of Unanswered Questions, a paper published in 2011, that highlights 83 children who were compensated by the NVICP for vaccine induced autism.
Read paper here.
Mary Holland is Children's Health Defense General Counsel and serves as CHD's Vice Chair of the Board of Directors. Prior to CHD, Mary was a Research Scholar and Director of the Graduate Legal Skills Program at New York University School of Law. She is a founding board member of EBCALA. She researches and writes on legal issues related to children's health, autism, and vaccines and is a co-editor of the books Vaccine Epidemic and The HPV Vaccine on Trial.
Jacobson v State of Mass:
Zucht v King:
Her paper on Compulsory Childhood Vaccines: