He was shocked to discover what many art students eventually come to realize, that most of the fundamentals of the craft of drawing, painting, and sculpture were no longer being taught. “Something had happened to art training, and art itself and I struggled to piece together the enormity of this disaster.”
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?
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.
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 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....
Celebrated investigative journalist Ethan Gutmann discusses forced organ harvesting in China: How it started 20 years ago in Xinjiang, how foreign doctors helped China develop this technology, how much profit is being made by killing people for their organs, and how the Western medical community has tried to cover it all up.