In 2013, China launched its ambitious Belt and Road Initiative. It’s often described as a 21st century silk road. But the multibillion dollar plan is also considered a state-backed campaign to dominate the world. Today we discuss China’s global ambitions, how they’re executing them, and what it means for the rest of the world.
Children across the country are being taught that gender is not based on the sex you were born with but on how you feel. If you speak out against this gender ideology, you face being ostracized or worse. So where is this coming from, and what are the motives? Today we welcome sociologist Gabriele Kuby to discuss these questions and more.
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?
In May of 2019, 39-year-old Cheron Golding was compensated by the vaccine court for injuries after receiving the flu vaccination in 2013. She was diagnosed with transverse myelitis, where part of her spinal cord became inflamed as result of damage to the nerve cells. She suffered from paralysis, loss of vision, and other injuries. Cheron was compensated more than $2 million, the highest settlement from the U.S. government so far. Today we speak to her lawyer, Randy Knutson.
In the United States, over one in four children live without a father in the home. This leaves many young men to navigate manhood on their own. Today’s guest is a YouTuber in Norway. He started out as a Viking bushcrafter, but now he has become a kind of mentor to young men finding their way in the United States and Canada.
When you’re young, everything is an adventure. But for many of us, as we get older, life gets in the way. Maybe that dream trip you always wanted to go on no longer seems possible because of time or money. Or maybe you put it off for retirement. Well, today’s guest says there’s no reason to wait for your next adventure, no matter how large or small it is.
Should the U.S. become more socialist? It’s going to be a big issue in the 2020 presidential election. President Trump has vowed America will never adopt socialism. Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has said democratic socialism is the future. And many look to the Nordic model in countries like Norway, Sweden, and Denmark as a possible way to adopt social services like universal healthcare. But can it work? And will it just mean high taxes?
In this three-part series, we look at the world of the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, established as a no-fault alternative to the civil courts, and that was supposed to provide efficient, fast, and fair compensation for people injured by vaccines. We also explore the workings of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims (also known as vaccine court).
President Trump’s first two years in office were marred by allegations that his campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election. Yet the Mueller investigation found no collusion and no obstruction. So how did the Russia collusion hoax start? And who was behind it? America Daily reporter Arleen Richards explains.