Podcast

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16
Nov
2013

In this week’s special documentary episode of the podcast, we explore the life and legend of Lee Harvey Oswald. Was he a poor, disgruntled loner or an overachieving marine? A presidential assassin or a sheep-dipped patsy? Find out in this week’s edition of The Corbett Report.

15
Nov
2013

In his 1901 novel Kim (audiobook here) Rudyard Kipling paints a vivid portrait of an orphaned vagabond in 19th century India. After joining himself to a Tibetan lama on a spiritual quest, Kim stumbles into the middle of the Great Game for imperial conquest of Central Asia between Russia and Britain. Joining us to examine the continuing importance of this novel is David L. Smith of the Geneva Business Insider.

9
Nov
2013

As James prepares to deliver a keynote address to an open source conference in France this month, he takes some time out of his schedule to answer some of the questions that have come in for #QFC. Topics include the depopulation agenda, localization, Japan’s “sexless” youth, Gladio B, anarchy and the environment, and the insurance on the Twin Towers.

2
Nov
2013

As Americans fret about the Obamacare website and wonder how the country became enslaved to the highest healthcare costs in the world, we turn back the pages to look at how the modern medical paradigm came together in the early 20th century, courtesy of the Rockefeller Foundation and their cronies. Join us this week as we explore the real history of modern healthcare and the real motivations behind the family that brought it to you.

27
Oct
2013

Is Noam Chomsky an anarcho-syndicalist or proponent of the Federal Reserve? A fearless political crusader or defender of the Warren Commission JFK orthodoxy? A tireless campaigner for justice or someone who doesn’t care who did 9/11? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we examine some of the subjects that Chomsky would prefer you didn’t think about.

21
Oct
2013

James takes a moment out of showing his family around Japan to answer some listener questions. This time, topics covered include the federal reserve and the national debt, the Golden Dawn in Greece, psychopaths in a free society, martial law, and that strange toy on the bookshelf behind James.

12
Oct
2013

As Philip Zelikow prepares to teach an online history course, we peel back the layers of propaganda from the former Executive Director of the 9/11 Commission. From cover up to predictive programming, we examine the ways that Zelikow helped to shape (and write) the history he’s now teaching.