China Expert Sean Lin on Hong Kong Mosque Attack, Suspicious Police Deaths
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, center, leaves a mosque in Hong Kong, Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. Lam and other officials apologized to leaders of the Kowloon Mosque after riot police sprayed the building's gate and some people nearby with a blue-dyed liquid from a water cannon. (AP Photo)(Use courtesy SOH)

China Expert Sean Lin on Hong Kong Mosque Attack, Suspicious Police Deaths

China expert Sean Lin discusses the Hong Kong mosque attack, police brutality, and the suspicious death of a Hong Kong police chief.

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?

China Expert on Hunter Biden’s China Dealings, Hong Kong Protests
FILE - In this Jan. 30, 2010, file photo, Vice President Joe Biden, left, with his son Hunter, right, at the Duke Georgetown NCAA college basketball game in Washington. Since the early days of the United States, leading politicians have had to contend with awkward problems posed by their family members. Joe Biden is the latest prominent politician to navigate this tricky terrain. (AP Photo/Nick Wass, File)(Use courtesy SOH)

China Expert on Hunter Biden’s China Dealings, Hong Kong Protests

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.

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.

Update on Hong Kong, NBA Fiasco, and Syria Troop Withdrawal
A man walks past statues of NBA players Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, left, and Lebron James of the Los Angeles Lakers holding Chinese flags in the entrance of an NBA merchandise store in Beijing, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019. Chinese state broadcaster CCTV announced Tuesday it will no longer air two NBA preseason games set to be played in the country. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)(Use courtesy SOH)

Update on Hong Kong, NBA Fiasco, and Syria Troop Withdrawal

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.

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.

How to Deal with Robocalls and an Interview with a Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Leader
Anti-government protesters as people sing during a rally inside a shopping mall at Sha Tin district in Hong Kong Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. Young protesters, many wearing masks to disguise their identity, filled the open area of a Hong Kong shopping mall Sunday and folded paper "origami" cranes in the latest twist in a pro-democracy movement that has stretched into a fourth month. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)(Use courtesy SOH)

How to Deal with Robocalls and an Interview with a Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Leader

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.

Retired CIA Officer on Whistleblower and Pres. Trump’s New Pick for National Security Adviser
President Donald Trump and Robert O'Brien, just named as the new national security adviser, speak to the media at Los Angeles International Airport, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci/Use Courtesy SOH)

Retired CIA Officer on Whistleblower and Pres. Trump’s New Pick for National Security Adviser

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.

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?

Brad Johnson: Why We Don’t Need 17 Intelligence Agencies (Part 8)

Brad Johnson, an intelligence expert, and former CIA operations officer, says the US intelligence community has grown to an excessive 17 agencies. In today's America Daily, reporter Arleen Richards talks to Brad Johnson about the lack of field operatives or government solutions and how bureaucracy is weakening the security of this country.

Trump’s New Hampshire Rally

President Trump spoke at the Manchester NH rally to crowds both inside and outside the venue. The rally in New Hampshire came after Trump drew around 17,000 people to a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio. While some expressed doubt about the claim, Manchester Deputy Fire Marshal Mitchell Cady said the crowd on Thursday numbered “just over 11,500.

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.

Stephen Moore: The Chinese Economy could Face a Free Fall if the Trade War doesn’t End
UNITED STATES - AUGUST 31: Stephen Moore of The Heritage Foundation is interviewed by CQ in his Washington office, August 31, 2016. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Stephen Moore: The Chinese Economy could Face a Free Fall if the Trade War doesn’t End

In the wake of the Fed’s lowering interest rate, Trump’s new tariffs on China, RMB falling to a historic low and the U.S. designation of China as a currency manipulator, we need to make sense of the whole sequence of events. How are they interrelated and why did they happen? What’s next for the U.S. - China trade war, how is it going to affect the 2020 election, your investment portfolio, your job security and more?

The Dangers, Sacrifices, and Hopes: An Interview with Stephen Yates on Hong Kong (Part Two)

Amidst the ongoing protest in Hong Kong, My interview with Stephen Yates, He was the Deputy National Security Adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney from 2001 to 2005, and an expert on China and Taiwan. Stephen and I discussed what the Hong Kong protest could do to Taiwan’s presidential election in 2020, to the U.S. China trade war and the broader U.S.- China confrontation, and finally to the inspiration of the mainland Chinese people in their own struggle.

Jeffrey Epstein’s Life & Death_Who was he really?

Jeffrey Epstein, 66, was found unconscious in his cell on Aug. 10 at around 6:30 a.m., the Manhattan prison, Metropolitan Correctional Center, said in a statement. He was transported to the New York Presbyterian-Lower Manhattan Hospital and was dead on arrival, officials said. Many are asking how did it happen? Why would Epstein kill himself if he was talking and making deals?

Hillary Clinton, The Root of the Fake Collusion Story (Part 6)

In 2013, a committee of 9 federal officials approved a deal that gave Russia control over 20% of America's uranium production capacity. Amid rumors that the deal was linked to the Clinton Foundation, the attorney general's office launched an investigation. The special counsel appointed to lead the probe was none other than Robert Mueller.... the same Special Counsel who led the charge in the Russia collusion investigation.

Who is the UK’s new PM Boris Johnson and how does this affect America?

So Just who is Boris Johnson? Alexander Boris De Pfeffel Johnson as is his full name and he grew up as the eldest of four children. According to friends and family. Boris grew up believing that life was one big competition and he wanted to come out on top. In fact, as a young boy  he was asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, he answered, “I want to be King.”

Does Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Help with Infertility?

For many couples in the United States, having a baby is not as easy as it was decades ago. Infertility is on the rise. 7.4 million women of childbearing age are not able to get or stay pregnant. Today we speak with Dr. Xiaoyan Hu, a licensed acupuncturist about how this ancient practice is helping more women become pregnant.

Election Security Is Not Just Paper Ballots

Former special counsel Robert Mueller testified last Wednesday that Russia continues to work to interfere in US elections. The question is do we need to change our election rules and process. Here is an Election update with Arleen Richards.

Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Up Close

Chinese medicine is one of the oldest documented medicines in the world, with a history of over 2,500 years. In the United States, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are the two best known treatment modalities of Chinese medicine.

Conference Highlights Freedom to Believe in 106 Countries

That's Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, speaking to a packed house last week. He kicked off the second annual Ministerial for the Advancement of Religious Freedom. Representatives from 106 countries attended, including religious leaders, rights activists, and government officials.

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 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?

The Power of Positive Media 

What we watch could help shape who we become! There are a slew of studies and information conducted out there about how the media has played a negative role in our contemporary lives. But could the media be an influential force in shaping our society for the better?

Exposing Child Sex Trafficking with Beth Holger (The Link) and Lara Powers (Polaris Project)

On Monday, federal prosecutors charged Jeffrey Epstein with sex trafficking and conspiracy. Court documents show Epstein sexually abused and exploited dozens of underage girls in the early 2000's. Despite over a decade of such allegations, he has avoided major jail time. Is Epstein’s case an example of a bigger problem in the United States? And if so, where are the victims coming from, and why hasn’t more been done to combat child trafficking?

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
Mark Sadaka, Esq., with Robert Kennedy Jr. (Courtesy Mark Sadaka, Esq.)

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.

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
A screenshot from Bjørn Andreas Bull-Hansen's YouTube channel.

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
(AP Photo via SOH/Alex Brandon, File)

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.

Exclusive Interview with Tank Man Photographer Jeff Widener
The iconic Tank Man photo from June 5th, 1989. (Photo courtesy Jeff Widener)

Exclusive Interview with Tank Man Photographer Jeff Widener

Thirty years ago Chinese troops opened fire on protestors in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. The most recognizable image from the crackdown is the Tank Man photo. Today we speak to Jeff Widener, the photographer who took that iconic image.

Declassified: The Key that Unlocks Spygate
President Donald Trump waves as he takes the stage to speak at the U.S. Air Force Academy graduation Thursday, May 30, 2019 at Air Force Academy, Colo. (AP Photo via SOH/David Zalubowski)

Declassified: The Key that Unlocks Spygate

President Trump authorized the declassification of surveillance documents of the 2016 Trump campaign. Politics reporter Arleen Richards updates us on the latest news.

Inspiring Volunteerism One Lawn at a Time
Boy mowing lawn for the first time. (Ryan McFarland/CC by 2.0)

Inspiring Volunteerism One Lawn at a Time

It’s officially the summer season. That means children on vacation, and maybe some summer jobs, like mowing lawns in the neighborhood. Instead of mowing for cash, one young man started a free lawn care service. His mission is to give back to the community and inspire children to do the same.

Venezuela: Supported by Russia, Cuba, Iran, and China
Nicolas Maduro and Vladimir Putin in Tehran in 2015. (http://kremlin.ru/CC BY 4.0)

Venezuela: Supported by Russia, Cuba, Iran, and China

The Venezuela Crisis has become a major threat to the U.S., as militaries from Russia, Cuba, Iran, and China gather to support Nicolas Maduro and his regime. Will U.S. military intervention be needed? And what will happen to Juan Guaido?

Did the Navy Admit Aliens Are Real?

Real footage of UFO sightings from Navy personnel has the U.S. Navy issuing new guidelines for reporting UFOs. Since 2014, unidentified flying objects have been entering U.S. military airspace and the U.S. Navy wants to know what they are.

US Faces Russian and Chinese Threats in Arctic
(March 14, 2016) Sailors and civilians, assigned to Arctic Submarine Lab, clear the ice from the hatch of USS Hampton during Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2016. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tyler Thompson)

US Faces Russian and Chinese Threats in Arctic

The United States is facing a military threat from Russia and China in the Arctic Circle. As the ice caps melt, new trade routes are opening. And the competition for trade, natural resources, and military position is on.

Should the House Start Impeachment Proceedings?
The western front of the United States Capitol.

Should the House Start Impeachment Proceedings?

The House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees contend that Trump and his administration are stonewalling lawful congressional oversight. Yet, they haven't set impeachment proceedings into motion. America Daily's Arleen Richards explains.

US Challenges China’s Belt and Road
Interchange in Shanghai, China. (Denys Nevozhai/Unsplash)

US Challenges China’s Belt and Road

The U.S. teams up with Japan, Australia, Canada, and the EU to offer an alternative to China's Belt and Road Initiative, which has been accused of being debt trap diplomacy. It comes as the White House is pushing trade negations with China that may result in major new tariffs, and Italy joins with the Belt and Road.

Why Are Democrats Calling Barr a Liar?
President Donald J. Trump participates in swearing-in of William P. Barr administered by U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on February 14, 2019. (Official White House Photo by Tia Dufour)

Why Are Democrats Calling Barr a Liar?

Attorney General William Barr released the redacted Mueller report on April 18. But now the House Judiciary Committee is demanding more. America Daily's political reporter Arleen Richards explains.

2020 Election Candidates Flock to Iowa
A display of 2016 presidential runners ahead of the 2016 Iowa caucus. (Phil Roeder/CC)

2020 Election Candidates Flock to Iowa

Democratic presidential candidates flocked to Iowa this past weekend. In the race to the 2020 primary, it's not unusual for Iowans to see a flood of candidates months before the election.

Was the CIA Behind Raid on North Korea’s Embassy?

A shadowy group called Free Joseon with possible ties to US Intelligence, like the CIA, raided the North Korean embassy in Madrid, Spain in February, days before President Donald Trump met with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un at the nuclear summit in Hanoi, Vietnam.

The Dark Side of DNA Testing
A home DNA testing kit with a saliva tube.

The Dark Side of DNA Testing

People are using home DNA testing kits from companies like 23AndMe and Ancestry to find out about their past. But law enforcement and police are also using DNA test kits to catch criminals with genes. And it has some worried about major potential for misuse.

Bizarre Laws in All 50 States
In Minnesota, it's illegal to have greased pig contests.

Bizarre Laws in All 50 States

The USA has some pretty crazy laws on the books. Here's a list of one for each of the 50 states in the United States. Interesting facts to impress people at parties.

The Crisis at the Border — Part 2
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The Crisis at the Border — Part 2

Today we talk about the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. In part one we talked about the history of this border and how the wall and immigration developed in the U.S.

America’s Student Loan Problem

College and university student loan debt has gone up 350 percent to a staggering $1.5 trillion dollars for today's millennials. And it looks like it will become a big topic for the 2020 presidential race.

Tax Reform: Is It Working?
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Tax Reform: Is It Working?

Tax reform arguments have existed since the 1700s in the United States. Despite many changes, taxes remain a common issue among politicians. Today we discuss tax reform and the 2020 election.

Can the US Win the 5G Race Against China?
Man holding smartphone. (Photo by Joanna Malinowska)

Can the US Win the 5G Race Against China?

5G is the future of wireless communication. But the biggest competitors in the market are from China: Huawei and ZTE. And they're a national security concern. So now, the U.S. government wants American companies to step up to the plate, with a massive 5G spectrum auction by the FCC and $20 billion for rural development.

History of the US-Mexico Border
Henry Wellge (attributed) (1850-1917).

History of the US-Mexico Border

In this episode, America Daily reporter Tabitha Smiles explains the history of the U.S.-Mexico border. This will be a 3 part Series on the Border.

Trump-Russia Collusion: How Did the Media Get it Wrong?
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Trump-Russia Collusion: How Did the Media Get it Wrong?

Mainstream media, like CNN, MSNBC and Rachel Maddow, were blindsided when the Mueller Report came out—and said Trump did not collude with Russia to win the election. How did they get Russiagate so wrong for so long? And will they face a reckoning?

Post-Mueller: What Was It All About, Anyway?

Is the Russia probe really over? After Mueller's Act I is over, is it Congress's turn to carry out Act II? And just how deep is the interlocking of top political powers, national security agencies and the media during the 2016 campaign and afterwards?

Is Amazon Using Facial Recognition to Spy on Americans?

Amazon has secretly given police around the country new facial recognition technology to catch criminals. Is this an invasion of privacy like China's surveillance state of facial recognition used in Xinjiang against Uighur Muslims? Or will there be better security by tracking your face?

What You Can Do to Protect Against the EMP Threat

Green New Deal supporters have said climate change is the greatest existential threat to humanity. But one can argue there is an even greater threat: electromagnetic pulse, or EMP. In March, President Trump signed an executive order to protect the United States against EMPs. America Daily spoke with EMP expert Dr. Peter Pry about the EMP threat, President Trump’s executive order, and what Americans can do to protect themselves.

SpaceX vs. NASA: Who Will Get to Mars First?

The Space Race is on! And it's not just between the US and Russia. Could private tech companies like Elon Musk's SpaceX be the future of space travel? Can SpaceX rockets, like the SpaceX Dragon or Falcon make a moon landing? Or a Mars landing?

Are China and American Leftists Colluding to Subvert Free Societies in America?

As conservative students across numerous college campuses in the US struggle against dominant liberal classmates, faculty, and administrators for the right to free speech, China-funded language institutes are permitted to populate college campuses and infuse a pro-China viewpoint into the minds of future leaders. Today, reporter Arleen Richards speaks to Gordon Chang, a political pundit and China expert about the infiltration of Confucius Institutes on college campuses; and Charlie Copeland, a former Republican Senator and current president of the Intercollegiate

Is Marijuana Really a Medicine? With Alex Berenson
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Is Marijuana Really a Medicine? With Alex Berenson

An eye-opening report from an award-winning author and former New York Times reporter reveals the link between teenage marijuana use and mental illness, and a hidden epidemic of violence caused by the drug—facts the media have ignored as the United States rushes to legalize cannabis.

Exclusive on Abortion in America with Professor Paul Kengor
Paul Kengor

Exclusive on Abortion in America with Professor Paul Kengor

The concept of legalizing abortion originated from communist ideology, which seeks to destroy the family and put everyone under public control. Paul Kengor is a New York Times best-selling author and professor of political science at Grove City College. He is executive director of The Center for Vision & Values, a Grove City College think-tank/policy center and is a contributor to many TV and radio shows on American policy.

Today’s Top Stories | America’s $60 Billion Plan to Counter China Overseas

A new front in the US-China trade war has opened up and that’s foreign investment. In the beginning of October, President Trump signed the Better Utilization of Investments Leading to Development, or BUILD Act. It combines several smaller government agencies into the new US International Development Finance Corporation, or IDFC with 60 billion dollars to invest in developing nations around the world—mostly in Africa. The goal is to counter Chinese investment in Chinese leader Xi Jinping's Belt and Road Initiative.

The Mysterious Death of Shane Todd, an American Engineer Who Worked In Connection With Huawei

Today we speak with Mary Todd, the mother of Shane Todd. Dr. Shane Todd was an American engineer who died under disputed circumstances in Singapore in June 2012. Local authorities said Dr. Todd had committed suicide, though his family insists that he was murdered. His involvement in Huawei and the technology he worked on was top secret at the time and Huawei needed Shane to be able to complete this project. He complained to his family about being threatened and then he died....

28 Principle Series with Paul Skousen: Principles 26-28 explained
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28 Principle Series with Paul Skousen: Principles 26-28 explained

Join us today as we conclude our book review on W. Cleon Skousen's inspirational book "The 5,000 Year Leap". We will explore the last 3 principles used by the Founding Fathers to create the American Constitution. We continue our discussion with Paul Skousen as we review his father's book.

Exclusive Behind the Scenes: Curtis Bowers, Director of “Agenda: Grinding America Down”
Curtis-Bowers Agenda: Grinding America Down

Exclusive Behind the Scenes: Curtis Bowers, Director of “Agenda: Grinding America Down”

In 1992 Curtis Bowers was a Graduate student at the Univ. of California Berkeley. After gaining an invitation at the Communist Party USA meeting and came back as a changed man. This was a 3-day meeting with Academics & scholars, and activists openly discussing in a State University about how to subvert American values in order to bring Communism to America.

Interview with Jay Barrett & his sister Bridgette on his call From President Trump!
(Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

Interview with Jay Barrett & his sister Bridgette on his call From President Trump!

44-year-old Jay Barrett from West Haven Connecticut received his dying wish to have a call from President Trump last Tuesday. Jay's message is that we all need to unite no matter what our differences are. Jay's sister who is a 100% Democrat worked it out for his brother to have this call. We had the honor to speak with Jay about his message of unity that is needed in America today.

PBR Series Part 3 – Learning about the bull athletes with Tiffany Davis
Keyshawn Whitehorse attempts to ride Broken Arrow Bucking Bulls's Chain Smoker during the first round of the Milwaukee PBR 25th Anniversary Unleash the Beast. Photo by Andy Watson

PBR Series Part 3 – Learning about the bull athletes with Tiffany Davis

Welcome to another episode in our behind the scenes look into the world famous PBR, the toughest sport on dirt. Today we will be learning about the bull athletes of this sport.

The Great American Outdoor Show

This year America Daily got to go to the biggest outdoor show in America. We spoke to many people including the NRA, vendors, and even the Duck Commander himself, Phil Robertsons.

America Remembers D-Day During SOTU

2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the Allied liberation of Europe in 1944. President Trump renewed the American people’s memory of how this country helped end the Second World War.

Part Two Interview with the PBR’s Rookie of the Year Keyshawn Whitehouse & Bull Fighter Cody Webster
Keyshawn Whitehorse attempts to ride Jane Clark/Gene Owen's Cochise during the 15/15 Bucking Battle round of the Springfield PBR 25th Anniversary Unleash the Beast. Photo by Andy Watson

Part Two Interview with the PBR’s Rookie of the Year Keyshawn Whitehouse & Bull Fighter Cody Webster

What does it take to be a world class bull rider or bullfighter in the PBR? Today we speak to Keyshawn Whitehorse, Rookie of the Year and Bullfighter Cody Webster, the 2014 PBR World Finals Bullfighter & 3x PRCA Bull Fighter of the Year Nominee, on what it takes to be in the PBR.

Who built China’s Firewall? 

In this week's episode of "Zooming In," we discussed who built China's Great Firewall and how American Tech companies, such as CISCO, helped the Chinese communist regime with the Internet blockage and surveillance technology. We interviewed Yu Chao, a graduate of China's equivalent to MIT. Mr. Yu is a Falun Gong practitioner who revealed the persecution of his faith by the Chinese Communist Party to foreign journalists.

America Uncovered – The US and Venezuela’s New “President” Guaido.

The #Venezuela crisis is reaching a peak as National Assembly head Juan #Guaido declares himself interim #president, calling current president Nicolas #Maduro's election a sham. President Donald #Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have thrown their weight behind Guaido as the socialist economy of Venezuela collapses and people starve.

28 Principle Series with Paul Skousen: Principles 1 – 5 explained

Today we review the principles 1-5. “W.Cleon Skousen began his research for his book The Five Thousand Year Leap in the 1930s while attending law school, combining archives in the Library of Congress for the original writings of such Founding Fathers like John Adams and Thomas Jefferson and continued to work on the manuscript for the next 50 years, finally publishing it in 1981.”

Special Coverage of the PBR | Part One Interview with CEO Sean Gleason on the Rise of the sport. 

Today we will be taking an inside look at the PBR or Professional bull riding. It is called the toughest sport on dirt. If you have not had the opportunity to attend one of the PBR events in your area, I hope after our in-depth visit with some of the folks who make up this organization, you will not miss your chance. It is some of the most exciting couple hours you will ever experience in a sport event

Why Violent Video Games Aren’t Regulated

About 15 years ago, a string of states enacted laws designed to prevent minors from purchasing violent video games. But before the laws were activated, the Entertainment Software Association, which is a lobbyist for the video game industry, went to court and had the laws abruptly stopped. Today we speak with a psychology professor and a former Minnesota attorney general about why 15 years ago judges decided that the First Amendment allows kids to buy violent video games.

Interview with former Principal Reagan Advisor Dr. John Lenczowski (Part 1)

On today’s show, we have an interview with Dr. John Lenczowski. He has some interesting things to say about the state of America & Communism that is happening here today. Dr. Lenczowski is the President of The Institute of World Politics, he was also the Former Principal Advisor to President Reagan on Soviet Affair,  as well as a Former Director of European and Soviet Affairs, and was on the National Security Council.

Today’s Top Stories | Hiking the Appalachian Trail the Grandma Gatewood Tale

Have you ever wondered what exactly it is that drives someone to leave it all behind and set out on an adventure or attempt the unknown? There certainly are many names that come to mind of heroic men and women who risked their lives and livelihood for a chance to explore or pioneer something or someplace for the first time. Today's tale is about Emma Gatewood? and how she attempted an almost impossible feat.

Today’s Top Stories | Has Trump Undone Communist China More than We Realize?

In addition to the U.S.-China trade war, U.S. withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty and the proposed U.S. Space Force puts increasing pressure on China’s communist regime. Can this be compared to the U.S.-Soviet situation 30 years ago, and what can we learn from President Reagan’s handling of the situation? We explore these questions in this week’s episode.

Today Top Stories | Will America Encounter A Cyber Pearl Harbor?

China is on the verge of winning the fifth strategic domain, which is the cyber domain. One of its main strategies to accomplish this is through the world's 5G networks. Can the United States reverse this trend? How would China's dominance in the cyber domain affect the rest of the world? We explore these questions in this episode.

Naked Communist-Interview with Paul Skousen (Part 2)

The Naked Communist is a 1958 book by American and political theorist W. Cleon Skousen, a former FBI special agent. Today in part two we have the honor of speaking to his son Paul Skousen about his father’s work and how much of what his father predicted has come true in today’s society. Did we learn anything from history?

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