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Mike discusses the possibility that the government will require you to get a Wuhan virus vaccine
Mike Slater explains the relationship between humans and viruses and why it’s so important to get our immune systems to adapt to COVID-19. Mike also gets the latest on General Flynn and Obamagate from national security expert Dave Reaboi
Mike Slater explains why we need to rethink the notion of “safety first” as we try to reopen the american economy. Mike also talks about potential vaccines with a top virologist and highlights the gap between small business and big business when it comes to reopening
The spirit of America is alive and well as the nation fights the Wuhan virus. From the CEO of My Pillow to the Salvation Army, americans are pitching in to help each other and those in other nations deal with the fallout from the coronavirus.
Mike Slater says the U.S. likely went into lockdown too soon and it’s causing unnecessary suffering. Mike is also joined by country superstar Lee Greenwood to talk about home schooling during lockdown and Lee’s book, “Proud To Be An American”
Mike Slater expands on the notion of personal responsibility during the pandemic. Mike also breaks down Dr. Fauci’s testimony on Capitol Hill and says both Fauci and Rand Paul were right
Mike Slater explains why human nature must be taken into account when politicians make rules and laws to fight the virus.
Mike Slater explains how the liberal media uses misinformation about ventilators to try and make the President look bad.
Mike Slater continues his series of specials on the Wuhan virus with a look at some of the progress being made to get America back to work.
Mike Slater asks some tough questions about America’s strategy in the war on the Wuhan virus. Mike also reminds folks to be skeptical of the media, and especially some of the images they bombard you with.
Mike Slater discusses the importance of being calm and patient as we battle through the pandemic. Mike also speaks to former NY governor George Pataki about the similiarities between 9/11 and the current crisis.