Dr. Laurie just sent in this email regarding her show schedule:

“Hi Walt,

Thanks for the great posting on your cool site! I’m hoping its not a big change but the times are wrong. My network changed my show times a few months back. I air live 7-10pm PAC each night and pre record my show 3-6pm PAC. People won’t be able to hear live until Wednesday 7-8pm PAC (You and I record this at 4-5pm PAC but no one can listen until 7) Thursday 6-7pm PAC (You can I record this at 3-4pm PAC) Friday7-9pm PAC (You can I record this 4-6)

After the show is done airing on Satelite from 7-10pm PAC 10-1 Eastern, then people can listen to archives when ever they want to. They are free.

Sorry for any confusion.”

Dr. Roth: “WE WILL STAND AND SPEAK THE TRUTH!!!!” Click on image for Dr. Roth’s show page!

Listener interview schedule update:

-Wed., 28 Nov. 2012 – 8:00 to 9:00 pm PST (11:00 to 12:00 pm EST)

-Thursday, 29 Nov. 2012 – 7:00 to 8:00 pm PST (10:00 to 11:00 pm EST)

-Friday, 30 Nov. 2012 – 7:00 to 9:00 pm PST (10:00 to 12:00 pm EST)

Link to Dr. Roth’s show page: Click here




Barack Obama tried for Treason?

From Dr. Laurie Roth


“This could be the most important set of interviews I have ever done.” Wednesday, the 28th from 8-9pm PAC, Thursday 7-8pm PAC and Friday 7-9pm PAC Dr. Laurie Roth will be hosting on her national radio show a Treason mini series with former military officer Walter Fitzpatrick as her guest. He has currently filed treason charges against Barack Obama and is currently looking nationwide for a Grand Jury to have the guts to follow through with his treason charges. His case against Obama has been ruled meritorious by several Judges.

Why talk Treason regarding Barack Obama? What behaviors by Obama equal treason charges? What does the Constitution say for the people to do when a President has failed the people on the level of Treason? Roth and Fitzpatrick will take the gloves off and explore all of these issues and what should be our course of action to save our country.

Listen live at: www.therothshow.com or on your local talk station. You can also listen to archives for those dates anytime after the show for free.