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The America Daily Podcast is a Monday – Friday 29min podcast show exploring the American landscape. We delve into our history & today‘s social issues to see how we have changed and why.
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Today’s guest, Dr. Judith Reisman, has been exposing Alfred Kinsey’s fraudulent sex science for decades. Today she joins us to talk about the biggest Kinsey myths and how his research has impacted the porn industry and our laws–at the expense of our children.
On September 1st, 1939, the invasion of Poland by the Nazi troops marked the beginning of WWII. The greatest and most destructive war of our history and it’s epic stories have been retold countless times in books, songs, and movies. However, one particular group of heroes still remains unsung. They were called “The Smoking Snakes.”
Today’s podcast is a Veterans Day special episode. Vanessa Rios Gomez talks with Marine Corps veteran Michael Boscia, who is one of the coordinators for Irreverent Warriors, an organization committed to helping veterans survive the darkest moments in their lives outside of military service.
Today we have a very special and inspiring guest, Dr. Wenyi Wang. She’s here to talk about the atrocities, specifically the evil medical practices happening in China, and she also has a special message for the liberal TV personality, Rachel Maddow, host of her MSNBC namesake show, who made some erroneous and insulting comments on her show about Wenyi.
Special guest Rosa Koire joins us today to discuss the United Nations’ Agenda 21–the U.N.’s global plan to take control of all land use and reduce individual rights.
Today’s guest, Alex Newman, has written extensively about the United Nations and its communist roots. We’ll discuss the people behind the UN; how the UN is trying to dictate American policy; and why countries like China are being put in leadership positions.
The United Nations claims that it makes the world a better place. But is that true? America Daily reporter Vanessa Rios-Gomez explains what you need to know about the United Nations.
We wrap up our series on Soviet communism by digging into how communism was spread to China. Chinese people did not accept Marxism’s class struggle, so Mao came up with a strategy.
Today we hear about a new meat study that challenges years of research that says meat is bad for your health. We also hear from Wendy Maltz, author of “The Porn Trap.”
Today we welcome back artist and Soviet expat Yulia Tullar. She gives us an insight into the art world and how the Soviet Union viewed and utilized the arts to further their communist utopia.
Today we discuss the infamous Soviet Gulag system–and the man who exposed it to the West. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn spent years in the Soviet Gulag, and he was an outspoken critic of the Soviet Union and communism.
Today we start a special series on the Soviet Union, beginning with the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917. We also hear from a woman who grew up in the Soviet Union. She shares how living under communism has affected her and her family.
China dominates the production of rare earth elements–elements that are critical to new energy and national security applications. Simone Gao talks to David Wilcox from Central America Nickel about how the rest of the world can break China’s dominance in this critical field.
Today we hear from national security expert Dr. Peter Pry on the deep state’s resistance to President Trump’s EMP executive order and why Turkey is an important ally.
After U.S. troops pulled out of Syria, Turkey attacked in a move called Operation Peace Spring. But who exactly are the Kurds? Who are they fighting in Turkey and Syria, and what does President Trump have to say about U.S. troops leaving the region? Listen to this podcast episode and find out!
Director Judd Saul discusses his upcoming film and the Marxist campaign to subvert Judeo-Christian values and culture from within the church itself.
China expert Sean Lin discusses the Hong Kong mosque attack, police brutality, and the suspicious death of a Hong Kong police chief.
Today we revisit an interview we did with director and former Idaho state representative Curtis Bowers. His first documentary, “Agenda: Grinding America Down,” was released in 2010. The film follows his investigation into America’s cultural shift towards the left.
With the rise of social media and fame-motivated children’s content, children want to be famous above all else. But is this healthy? And if not, what can parents do to help steer their child towards more worthy goals?
Project Veritas published the second installment exposing CNN’s political bias on Tuesday before the Democratic debate. The undercover footage not only shows anti-Trump bias, but bias against certain Democrats as well. Does this mean that CNN decided winners and losers before the debate even started?