Tuesday, May 26, 2015


Listen Live: America In Crisis Public Q&A; 
Coalition of Concerned Citizens; The Betrayal Papers


AMERICA IN CRISIS – Public Q&A with Panel of Experts

Tuesday, May 26, 8-10pm EST

SPECIAL GUEST HOST EPISODE of Uncommon Knowledge!

Guests from the Coalition of Concerned Citizens of THE BETRAYAL PAPERS will discuss and address questions on many of the most burning political and national security topics of the day, including:


  • The Clintons long history with the international terrorist group, the Muslim Brotherhood.
  • Our broken immigration system, both legal and illegal, and some basic steps that can be taken to fix it
  • The federal takeover of local and state police
  • Continuing crisis of American inner cities and the Obama’s fanning of racial flames


The panel of experts will be there to take your calls on these topics, and more!

The program will be hosted by Denise Simon, Senior Research/Intelligence Analyst for Foreign and Domestic Policy forStand Up America US as well as the aide de camp for MAJOR GENERAL PAUL E. VALLELY, US ARMY (ret).

Panelists include:

Mary Fanning founder of the Coalition of Concerned Citizens and The American Report.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton is a Constitutional Conservative. She owns and blogs at NoisyRoom.net, is the Editor ofTrevorLoudon.com, and is a researcher at KeyWiki.org. Terresa specializes in national security, constitutional, and communist issues, and writes for multiple outlets and owns Monroe Virtual Services.

Wallace Bruschweiler, active with intelligence and counter-terrorism on four continents for three decades. Fluent in four languages, and an expert on national security issues with over 30 years experience operating in Europe, Middle East, and North Africa.

William Palumbo, founder of the Coalition of Concerned Citizens, a group of retired military, law enforcement, analysts, and journalists who are focused on exposing the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States.

We get underway at 8pm EST.  The call-in number is 714-888-7404.

The link to listen: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/prnradionetwork/2015/05/27/uncommon-knowledge