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A roundup of top expert guests who can provide updates and commentary on today's national and international news stories. Be sure to follow us @TruthClips for continuous guest updates & breaking stories throughout the day. 

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Jackie Jones

Todd A McNutt
Topic: Privacy Expert
“RFID technology is the ultimate threat to the American People and our final right to privacy. If we let this one go, we will never recover.”

Author Todd A McNutt has spent the past 24 years in information technology with a focus on protecting individual privacy rights. The last 5 years has been focused on RFID technology.  He has also developed technology which detects RFID in any product, packaging, pet or person.

His latest book: Other People’s Secrets… Your Life UN-redacted” 
A fact-filled expose’ on the RFID industry and the strengths and weaknesses that make it what it is and limits what it can be. From product identification and tracking to human identification and tracking… including cloning your credit cards, violating your Civil Rights and even addressing the Mark of the Beast from the Book of Revelation. 

Felice Friedson
The Media Line
(Reporting from Jerusalem)
  1. After Major Flare-up In Gaza Strip, Tentative Calm Returns To Southern Israel

  2. The Evolution Of Iron Dome: Now Capable Of Intercepting Mortars

  3. Kuwait Keeps Up Push For International Mission To Protect Palestinians

Felice developed an American news agency specializing in coverage of the Middle East which has became one of the most prolific content providers to the region and around the world. Under Felice’s direction, The Media Line has become a primary source of reliable news and information to both the public and private sectors with a strong emphasis on economic coverage from Israel and Palestine. Additional reports can be found at The Media Line

Daniel Punose
VP of GFA World 

Topic: Global violence against women:
Why are women targets of such abuse and discrimination? Why does it seem almost like a requirement for women to silently endure the violence done against them?

Violence against women stretches from country to country and takes on many forms. It is estimated that 1 in 3 women—globally—have or will experience abuse in their lifetime.

Violence against women in South Asia is particularly high. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that the prevalence of violence against women in this region is at 37.7 percent, compared to “23.2% in high-income countries and 24.6% in the Western Pacific region.”

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