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The Dark History of the Minimum Wage

04/14/2019


There's something strange about the idea of a minimum wage. It's one of those subjects that everyone has a strong opinion about, even if they have no idea what makes actual economic sense. But perhaps the most surprising thing of all is that the minimum wage has a dirty secret that most economists don't want you to know about. Today we explore The Dark History of the Minimum Wage.

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Episode 355 - The Dark History of the Minimum Wage

04/13/201957 Comments

There's something strange about the idea of a minimum wage. It's one of those subjects that everyone has a strong opinion about, even if they have no idea what makes actual economic sense. But perhaps the most surprising thing of all is that the minimum wage has a dirty secret that most economists don't want you to know about. Today we explore The Dark History of the Minimum Wage.

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History Is Written By The Winners

12/16/2018


Who gets to write the history textbooks? Where do the history teachers learn about history? What documents are allowed into the historical record, and what documents are excluded? These are not merely academic questions, they go right to the heart of the question of history itself. Join James Corbett for today’s edition of The Corbett Report and an in-depth exploration of the formation of the historical record about World War One.

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Episode 350 - History Is Written By The Winners

12/14/201834 Comments

Who gets to write the history textbooks? Where do the history teachers learn about history? What documents are allowed into the historical record, and what documents are excluded? These are not merely academic questions, they go right to the heart of the question of history itself. Join James Corbett for today's edition of The Corbett Report and an in-depth exploration of the formation of the historical record about World War One.

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Gerry Docherty on the Hidden History of WWI

12/13/2018


Gerry Docherty, co-author with Jim MacGregor of Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War, joins us for an in-depth discussion about the real origins of WWI. In this wide-ranging discussion, Docherty reveals the machinations of the Secret Elite that ensnared Europe, and, ultimately, the world, in war. We also talk about the teaching of history and who controls the historical narrative on key global events.

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Interview 1405 - Gerry Docherty on the Hidden History of WWI

12/12/201811 Comments

Gerry Docherty, co-author with Jim MacGregor of Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War, joins us for an in-depth discussion about the real origins of WWI. In this wide-ranging discussion, Docherty reveals the machinations of the Secret Elite that ensnared Europe, and, ultimately, the world, in war. We also talk about the teaching of history and who controls the historical narrative on key global events.

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Longest Bull Run in History!!! What Could Go Wrong???

08/26/201839 Comments

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"Just Be Evil" - The History Google Doesn't Want You To Know

08/12/201759 Comments


With Google's outrageous moves toward censorship increasingly in the news, perhaps it's time to review the history of Google's censorship, spying and governmental collusion. Join James for this classic Eyeopener report from 2012 about how Google's real motto should be "Just Be Evil."

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A Brief History of Fake News

08/07/201735 Comments


Military deception is an ancient and time-honoured art. Throughout recorded history, military commanders have attempted to spread false news and seed false information as part of psychological warfare operations to deceive, confuse, and demoralize the enemy...

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Browser History, Unraveling Hacks, Floating Cities - New World Next Week

04/01/2017


This week on the New World Next Week: Congress just passed a bill allowing ISPs to sell your search history; the Russian hacking story is falling apart at the seams; and liberty takes to the seas with free, floating cities.

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