Interview 1355 – Ryan X. Charles Introduces

04/16/201863 Comments

Continuing our series exploring Social Media Alternatives, this week we talk to Ryan X. Charles about

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Interview 1354 – Dan Dicks on Steemit, DTube, and the Alt Media

04/11/201835 Comments

In this inaugural edition of the Social Media Alternatives series we talk to Dan Dicks of Press For Truth about how Steemit and DTube are helping independent media fund their journalism in this age of GooTube demonetization, Facebook censorship and Twitter shadowbans.

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Interview 1353 – Dr. William Pepper on the Assassination of Martin Luther King

04/06/201835 Comments

An interview with Dr. William F. Pepper, Esq., on his four decade long investigation into the assassination of the Martin Luther King, Jr., and his third book on the subject, The Plot to Kill King: The Truth Behind the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. This interview was conducted by Dan Dicks of on March 10, 2018, in New York.

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Interview 1352 – Dr. Paul Connett on the Case Against Fluoride

03/21/201847 Comments

Today we talk to Dr. Paul Connett of the Fluoride Action Network ( about Food & Water Watch Inc., et al. v. United States Environmental Protection Agency, a lawsuit that could bring an end to the practice of water fluoridation in the United States. We discuss the Toxic Substances Control Act under which the suit is being filed, how recent court rulings have allowed the case to proceed, and the incredible significance of the chance to depose the EPA’s experts under oath. Please help spread the word about this exciting development.

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Interview 1351 – Derrick Broze on Crypto-Anarchy and Holistic Self-Assessment

03/12/201831 Comments

Today James welcomes back Derrick Broze of for a wide-ranging conversation on the pros and cons of cryptocurrency and its potential to fund independent journalism. We also go in-depth into Derrick’s new (free) Holistic Self-Assessment and the importance of better understanding and improving ourselves before we change the world.

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Interview 1350 – Daniel McAdams on the State Department’s Troll Farm

03/08/201820 Comments

Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Liberty Report and joins us today to discuss the State Department’s “Global Engagement Center,” an online troll farm dedicated to countering “foreign disinformation” on the web…with their own disinformation. We talk about the origins of the center and how it connects to the grander neocon-created #Russiagate disinfo campaign.

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Interview 1349 – The Ripple Effect on ETs, UFOs and Other Unknowns

03/05/201838 Comments

James Corbett joins Ricky Varandas (The Ripple Effect podcast) and Vinnie Caggiano (vincognito) for another edition of The Ripple Effect roundtable. In this wide-ranging conversation we discuss aliens, unidentified objects, government psyops, military technologies, and how conspiracies may be implanted in the public consciousness. Enjoy! (Warning: for those with sensitive ears, there is the occasional cuss word used.)

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Interview 1348 – The Last American Vagabond on Social (Media) Engineering

03/01/201824 Comments

Were we led to believe that long-told lies were finally being exposed, only to lull the masses back into a state of subservience and blind patriotism? How would that even be done? What type of massive control structure would be needed to execute such a manipulation? Is that even possible?

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Interview 1347 – The Hagmann Report on Social Media and Psych Warfare

02/26/201816 Comments

James Corbett joins The Hagmann Report once again to discuss the use and abuse of social media to shape the public into smartphone-addicted lab rats in a giant social engineering experiment.

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Interview 1346 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

02/23/201826 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: Florida sheriff calls for power to detain over social media posts; Congo slides back into bloodshed as new mining royalty law comes in; and Lockheed is in the money with another $35 billion from American taxpayers last year.

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