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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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On today’s show we welcome back China expert Sean Lin to discuss Hunter Biden’s business dealings in China; developments in Hong Kong; and what to watch out for with the partial U.S.-China trade deal.
Today we discuss what the latest Project Veritas insider from CNN reveals about the mainstream media and its impact on public opinion. In part two, Chris Chappell from America Uncovered digs into the origins of the opioid crisis.
In part one, we discuss fascism and whether it’s really on the rise in America. In part two, we hear from national security expert Dr. Peter Pry on why the intelligence community is focusing on issues like climate change–and what that says about the state of our intelligence community today.
“Zooming In” host Simone Gao interviews former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon at this critical moment for Hong Kong, China, and the U.S.
Today we discuss how Seneca, the ancient Stoic philosopher, suffered with grace–and how we can learn from him in dealing with our own personal challenges.
China expert Sean Lin joins us to discuss the Hong Kong mask ban, the NBA’s China problem, and the Trump administration’s decision to pull U.S. troops out of Syria.
Today we welcome back Dr. Peter Pry to discuss whether or not the impeachment inquiry is justified; whether ideological subversion from the Soviet era can be blamed for our problems today; and what threat China’s new weapons pose to the United States.
Today we discuss how a person’s core principles–whether they believe in the soul or not–affect their approach to leadership, what made Crazy Horse a great leader, and what leadership looks like today.
Today we hear from Dr. Kirk Allison on China’s practice of killing prisoners for their organs; whether it’s a global responsibility to stop it; and a trend he’s worried about in Europe.
Today we hear from environmentalist Dr. Patrick Moore. Dr. Moore explains the science of climate change, why he doesn’t think it’s an emergency, and why he left Greenpeace.
After 70 years of Chinese Communist Party rule, do the Hong Kong protests signal the beginning of the end for the CCP? Or does the increasing police brutality in Hong Kong signal another Tiananmen Square massacre for the pro-democracy protesters? China expert Sean Lin shares his thoughts.
It has been 70 years since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) took control of mainland China. Today we discuss how American globalist leaders helped the CCP gain international influence–at the expense of American values.
Today we hear why the Ukraine “whistleblower” is an excuse to launch an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. We also hear from Chris Chappell of “America Uncovered” on the vulnerability of America’s power grid and meat’s environmental impact.
Today we hear from World War II veteran Richard Kern, who was stationed in India. He shares his memories of missions bombing the bridge over the River Kwai and flying the “hump” over the Himalayas.
In the first half of today’s episode, we hear some tips on dealing with robocalls. In the second half, we have an interview with one of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy leaders.
Today we hear from China expert Sean Lin on the historic UN religious freedom event and how the Chinese Communist Party took over in 1949.
Retired CIA officer Brad Johnson shares his thoughts on the intelligence whistleblower, President Trump’s new pick for national security adviser, and what to watch for in the next two weeks.
At the beginning of a new Cold War era in a globalized world, what role do big tech companies play, and who do they identify themselves with? Former Senior Director for Strategic Planning General Robert Spalding gives his take.