Does China Want to Take Over the World with Belt and Road?
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Does China Want to Take Over the World with Belt and Road?

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.

Huawei Is Beijing’s Trojan Horse: Declan Ganley

Many European countries have still not made a decision about doing business with Huawei. Today we hear from telecommunications entrepreneur Declan Ganley on whether or not Europe has passed the tipping point or if they still have time to resist Huawei.

Why Is the Media Belittling the EMP Threat?

National security and EMP expert Dr. Peter Pry discusses how many in the mainstream media are purposely belittling the EMP threat. We also discuss why he supports President Trump's America First policy.

Gender Ideology and the New Totalitarianism: Exclusive Interview with Gabriele Kuby
Gabriele Kuby is a German sociologist, author and international speaker on the global sexual revolution. (Source: gabriele-kuby.de)

Gender Ideology and the New Totalitarianism: Exclusive Interview with Gabriele Kuby

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.

How to Cultivate Civility in the Modern Era

No matter who we are, we have to be part of society and interact with others. Today we will be looking at the role civility plays in society and how our understandings of it have changed over time.

Impeachment and America’s Cold Civil War

Today we hear from historian and national security expert Dr. Peter Pry. We discuss the impeachment proceedings, why he thinks we are no longer a constitutional republic, and how we're seeing what the Founding Fathers feared most of all--big government and the administrative state.

School Choice and the History of US Education Reform
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School Choice and the History of US Education Reform

In today’s episode, we will discuss the history of America’s education system, why it causes so much social conflict, and the pros and cons of school choice.

Questions Versus Coercion: The Dialectic between Socrates and Marx
"Alcibades Being Taught By Socrates." Painting by François-André Vincent. [Public domain]

Questions Versus Coercion: The Dialectic between Socrates and Marx

Today we will be discussing dialectics, or the art of refutation and understanding the "opposite" according to Socrates. We will compare his dialectics to Hegel and Marx's ethos of struggle.

Is Eating Meat Really Bad for Your Health?
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Is Eating Meat Really Bad for Your Health?

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."

How the Soviets Used Art to Further Their ‘Communist Utopia’
Russian stamp art, 1968, of a 1939 poster of a peasant kissing a soldier of the "Army of Liberation" on a Soviet propaganda poster issued after the joint Nazi-Soviet invasion of Poland. According to Soviet propaganda, the Red Army entered Poland to liberate and protect the "Ukrainian-Belarussian brothers." The text reads: "Our army is an army that liberates workers."

How the Soviets Used Art to Further Their ‘Communist Utopia’

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.

Can the US Break China’s Dominance in Rare Earth Elements?

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.

The Agenda to Take America Down from Within: an Interview with Curtis Bowers
Curtis Bowers, Director of Agenda: Grinding America Down

The Agenda to Take America Down from Within: an Interview with Curtis Bowers

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.

Is Society Teaching Children to Value Fame Above All Else?
Houston Rockets' Russell Westbrook and James Harden, right, are photographed together during NBA basketball media day Friday, Sept. 27, 2019, in Houston. (AP Photo/Michael Wyke)(Use courtesy SOH)

Is Society Teaching Children to Value Fame Above All Else?

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?

Did CNN’s Bias Decide Democratic Debate Winners Beforehand?
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., left, former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., right, participate in a Democratic presidential primary debate hosted by CNN/New York Times at Otterbein University, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019, in Westerville, Ohio. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)(Use courtesy SOH)

Did CNN’s Bias Decide Democratic Debate Winners Beforehand?

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?

Steve Bannon: CCP Will Collapse if US-China Economies Decouple
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He accompanied by U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, left, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, greets the media before a minister-level trade meetings at the Office of the United States Trade Representative in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)(Use courtesy SOH)

Steve Bannon: CCP Will Collapse if US-China Economies Decouple

"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.

Is Ideological Subversion to Blame for the Push Towards Socialism?
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Is Ideological Subversion to Blame for the Push Towards Socialism?

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.

Leadership Lessons Learned from Lakota Chief Crazy Horse
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Leadership Lessons Learned from Lakota Chief Crazy Horse

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.

70 Years of CCP Rule: Beijing Celebrates While Hong Kong Burns

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.

Can We Unify Our Divided America?
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Can We Unify Our Divided America?

The United States is extremely divided today. How did this happen? And is there a way for us to come together for the greater good?

What Impact Is the Trade War Having on China’s Economy?

The U.S.-China trade war started over a year ago. The Trump administration has imposed tariffs on $250 million worth of Chinese goods, with potential tariffs on even more. Is China's economy feeling the pain? And will we be able to come to a deal soon?

Should the Student Debt Crisis Make Us Think Twice About College?
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Should the Student Debt Crisis Make Us Think Twice About College?

Student loan debt is now the second highest consumer debt category. It’s second only to mortgage debt. Amidst this student debt crisis, is going to college actually more risky than not going? Today we discuss some interesting alternatives.

Ethnic Studies: Education or Indoctrination?

California is proposing a mandatory ethnic studies class that is so far-left that even California’s liberal media are expressing concern. It will teach California high school students that capitalism is an oppressive system akin to white supremacy. Is this education or propaganda?

Steve Bannon: If There Is Another Tiananmen in Hong Kong, the CCP Will Collapse
2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition law protest on July 7, 2019, in Tsim Sha Tsui. (Photo by Studio Incendo/Flickr)

Steve Bannon: If There Is Another Tiananmen in Hong Kong, the CCP Will Collapse

"Zooming In" host Simone Gao interviews former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon. They discuss Hong Kong’s future, what’s next for the U.S.-China trade war, and above all, the nature of this grand conflict.

The Real Epstein Conspiracy

Host Chris Chappell from "America Uncovered" analyzes the strange circumstances surrounding Jeffrey Epstein's death and how it has made us all conspiracy theorists.

Modern-Day Eugenics and the Real Population Growth Crisis
Logo for the Third International Eugenics Congress in 1932. (Wellcome Library/CC BY 4.0)

Modern-Day Eugenics and the Real Population Growth Crisis

Population growth in the U.S. hit an 80-year low last year and infertility is rising. What's causing this crisis? And was it set in motion over a hundred years ago? We discuss these questions with Corey Lynn from Corey's Digs.

How to Avoid Cognitive Dissonance and Spreading Fake News

The spreading of fake news has created a lot of confusion, and that makes it difficult for people to make informed decisions. Today we talk to investigative journalist Corey Lynn on cognitive dissonance and how to stay vigilant against spreading false information.

How Chinese Medicine Treats Mental Illness
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How Chinese Medicine Treats Mental Illness

Treatment for mental illness varies from person to person, but it typically involves psychotherapy and medication. Alternative treatment such as traditional Chinese medicine is being more sought out due to its natural approach to treating the whole person--physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Who Will the Epstein Scandal Bring Down Next?

Jeffrey Epstein has been accused of sex trafficking underage girls, some as young as 14 years old. And he has connections to some of the world's richest and most powerful people. How much will the Epstein scandal and his weird island Little St. James threaten to reveal?

How We Can Take Back the US Economy
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How We Can Take Back the US Economy

Guest Paul Skousen discusses the Federal Reserve, what really causes recessions, and how we can fix our economic system.

How Chinese Medicine Can Help Treat Children with Autism
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How Chinese Medicine Can Help Treat Children with Autism

With the rise of autism in the United States, and with no known causes or cures, parents are turning to alternative treatments. Today we hear from two acupuncturists on how Chinese medicine can help.

The Healing Effects of Nature
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The Healing Effects of Nature

Studies have shown that nature is a very effective healer, both mentally and physically, and even spiritually. Today we talk about the healing effects of nature and guided healing nature trails.

One Lawyer’s Fight to Make Vaccines Safer
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One Lawyer’s Fight to Make Vaccines Safer

Today we hear from a personal injury lawyer who is working to make vaccines safer. He explains some critical problems with the vaccine court and how his current lawsuit against Merck could have a big impact.

Former CIA Officer Analyzes Russia Collusion Investigation: Part 1
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Former CIA Officer Analyzes Russia Collusion Investigation: Part 1

Former CIA Operations Officer Brad Johnson talks about how agencies used FISA to get permission to spy on a U.S. citizen, the unverified evidence they used to show probable cause, and the current investigation into whether or not intelligence officials should be indicted for their actions.

The Shocking Origins Behind the Modern Art Movement
The Desperate Man, 1843, Gustave Courbet, French.

The Shocking Origins Behind the Modern Art Movement

Do you ever wonder how modern art became what it is today and what motivated that change? Today’s guest asked himself that question. What he has to say might surprise you.

Tony Rezac on Why Fathers Are Important
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Tony Rezac on Why Fathers Are Important

Families across the country are celebrating Father’s Day this weekend. We wanted to join in the celebration with a special episode. Today we discuss why fathers are important, how young men can navigate manhood on their own, and some words of wisdom for new fathers.

Why Does the Vaccine Court Mostly Compensate Adult Flu Vaccine Injuries Now?
A nurse administers a vaccine to an adult. (Photo by Rhoda Baer)

Why Does the Vaccine Court Mostly Compensate Adult Flu Vaccine Injuries Now?

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.

How a Norwegian YouTuber Is Inspiring Manhood in America’s Young Men
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How a Norwegian YouTuber Is Inspiring Manhood in America’s Young Men

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.

Summer Inspiration from Adventure Pro Alastair Humphreys
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Summer Inspiration from Adventure Pro Alastair Humphreys

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.

Is Norway Really a Socialist Paradise?

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?

The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program — Then and Now

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).

How John Brennan Started the Russia Hoax
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How John Brennan Started the Russia Hoax

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.

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