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February 23, 2021 97 min
This Week I sit down with Cornell University professor and all around gadfly David Collum for a classic 'Get-to-Know-You' session where two data-driven, science-trained guys try to parse the conflicting narratives surrounding everything from election fraud, to the threat to the U.S. posed by China, Europe and our own governments.

We explore both of our journeys through the haze of Climate Change, the history of the data mani...
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This week I sit down with investigative journalist Patrick Henningsen of 21st Century Wire to discuss the conundrums that are would-be tech oligarchs Jeff Bezos of Amazon and Elon Musk of SpaceX/Tesla to try and figure out what their real plans are for profiting off the space race that is just now taking shape.

Bezos shocked the world with his announcement of his stepping down as CEO of Amazon and the question is did he do this to f...
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Trial Lawyer and fierce critic of all things woke, Robert Barnes joins me this week to discuss the best way to go after the big Tech firms for their over-application of their Terms of Service, why Section #230 is a trap for conservatives and free speech advocates and how AOC just torpedoed her chances of every being taken seriously outside her 3% echo chamber on Twitter.

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The world is now completely different post-Trump and post-Capitol Assault. The incoming Biden Administration will use this event, which unnerved them greatly, to justify an insane ramping up of power. This week I sit down with the brilliant Alexander Mercouris of The Duran (www.theduran.com) to discuss the ramifications of this post-Trump, post-Coup United States.

From Europe's role in these events to the backlash the European ...
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I fielded questions from my Patrons on any number of subjects and with the help of Guest Host Jay Fratt, the Conservative Hippie, we answered them and a few others. From cultural issues to monetary policy and the big picture on cryptocurrencies and bitcoin, we give voice to what I think is the most wise and interesting audience in the world, validating he entire Gold Goats 'n Guns community.

Thank you all for the questions and ...
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I don't think anyone would disagree that 2020 was a difficult year. 2021, in my view, will be worse along a number of vectors. This week I give you 7 predictions, some specific, some general, about where we are headed and why.

Bottom line watch the crypto-space carefully and for politicians to have eyes in the backs of their heads.

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With the electoral college casting their votes today and Joe Biden declaring himself President, I sat down with former diplomat and adviser to the GOP Senate Jim Jatras to get some distance from the ins and outs of the election wrangling and project into the future regardless of who is inaugurated on January 20th.

Jim's insights into the bigger picture, both spiritual and pragmatic, are certainly valuable and a great addition to...
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This week I had the great pleasure of sitting down to a chat with James Howard Kunstler author of more than twenty books including The Long Emergency, The Geography of Nowhere, and the World Made by Hand series of four novels set in post economic crash small town America.

We cover a wide range of issues surrounding the election fraud of 2020, the hypocrisy of the COVID-19 crisis and how the forces of decentralization will overwhelm...
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Bitcoin is all the rage right now, angering gold bugs, drawing attention of corporate sponsors. But what is lurking below the surface is the issue of privacy. In a dramatic push for the end of privacy governments and corporations around the world are deep into building a medical passport system that bypasses national and local governments and makes a mockery of the ideas of human individuality and dignity.

Into this discussion are...
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We're two weeks out from the U.S. presidential election and the way I see things now, this is our moment to stand up and demand these people stop beating us or we're going to get everything we deserve from them.

The choice now is between struggle sessions and secession. But secession starts in your heart and your head. Become #Ungovernable or be destroyed, because that is the choice in front of you. No deep political stra...
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You say you want a revolution? Well, how about exposing systemic voter fraud and the consequences for running an operation of that magnitude. This week I ponder the outcome of Trump's legal challenges in the state of Pennsylvania in conjunction with Samuel Alito's order to sequester late ballots there.

It's possible justice will be served in all of this but the D.C. swamp is deep and the corruption vast. Trump faces a ...
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Election day is a singular moment in time with the potential to change a great number of things. It was important to me to sit down with someone working on what some of those changes may look like and what those coming behind me are thinking about.

This week's talk is with The Uberboyo, a rising star on YouTube's philosophy corner who, I feel demands a wider audience and whose interpretations of Nietzsche and Jung overlap r...
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One week from the U.S. election and everything is coming together into a perfect singular moment. This election has become a singular point in time that will tell us what the world will look like on the other side of it.

We are truly entering a black hole and it all depends on what statement the American people make on November 3rd. Will the forces of collective control beat down the natural human opposition to tyranny or will w...
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This week Investigative Journalist Whitney Webb is with me to discuss what's happening with Operation Warp Speed, the deep connections to DARPA, the DoD, U.S. Intelligence and how that ties into the planned total surveillance state which it seems no one, not even President Trump, can or even wants to stop.

Whitney's one of the finest journalists working today and it is an honor for me to have her on as a regular guest. Her ...
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President Trump exited last week's shambolic debate with Joe Biden supposedly in real trouble except that he wasn't trying to convince the blue-check marks on Twitter and the media. He spoke to the right people, the voters to whom leadership through example and strength of character matter.

Then he contracted COVID-19 the bogeyman of our age and beat it like a boss in three days while his people targeted CIA Director Gina H...
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While presidential politics are all the rage here in the U.S. on the other side of the world Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is making a mess of things in a place called Nagorno-Karabakh between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

And while that may not seem all that important in the grand scheme of things, this ages old conflict is actually both interesting and important to the future of the geopolitical landscape in the Middle East and...
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Eulogizing tyrants is simply the wrong thing to do. Ginsburg was a tyrant of the worst kind, one who thought of herself as the Hero of her own story. It is that type of thinking that allows tyrants to justify any and all behavior no matter how rotten.

Her clinging to power was an object lesson to her disciples that power is all that matters because all ends justify the means to achieve it. I won't eulogize her or her "a...
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This week I sit down with the Editor-in-Chief of The Duran, Alexander Mercouris, to discuss how the latest twists in the Brexit saga are having far-ranging influences on not only American politics but most especially European politics.

There is a fascinating parallel between the political fortunes of Boris Johnson in the U.K. and Donald Trump in the U.S. Both have the extraordinary opportunity to crush their 'liberal' oppo...
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The Russian COVID-19 vaccine, Sputnik-V represents a threat to the plans of The Davos Crowd to effect a Great Reset on the world through economic and social destruction.

The vilification and rejection of this vaccine should be all the proof you need to finally be convinced that most of the response to COVID-19 was a media-created psy-op to effect political change and concentrate power further in the hands of very dangerous people.

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We seem to be turning a corner on the Meaning Crisis which has been building for nearly 300 years. And it may have found its way into popular culture in the most unlikely of places, Doom Patrol.

As Hollywood struggles with a new normal where they are marginalized in an economic depression, the emphasis on stories that move us rather than wow us is what they will have to do to survive. And that means coming to real terms with the o...
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