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June 19, 2021 100 min
In hour one, Ken talks to Dr. Alex del Carmen of Tarleton State University on the sustained violence in Portland, Oregon over the last year and what it's like to be a police officer in today's world. He then explains why we are to blame for the root of COVID-19. In hour two, Ken talks to cybersecurity expert Dr. Ed Peters on ransomware attacks and other related topics in this country. He then talks to forensic psychologist Dr. John Huber on understanding people's behavior. In hour three, Ken talks to gun law expert Edwin Walker on those buying a gun being videotaped. He then talks to business strategist Mike Zeller on how COVID-19 has impacted people and what they want to do with their lives.
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