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    On today’s episode of The Backstory, host Lee Stranahan and co-host John Kiriakou discussed current events, including California creating the first state-funded program of guaranteed-income payments to certain residents, and a Reuters journalist killed covering clashes between Afghan forces, and Taliban.


    Peter Oliver - RT European Correspondent and Sputnik European Correspondent | Floods in Germany, and Thousands Reported Missing 

    Jeremy Tate - Co-Creator of CLT Exam  | Critical Thinking, K-12 American Education Curriculum, and Western Education Tradition 

    Keri Smith - Former SJW, Co-Host of Unsafe Space Podcast | Marriage, Family, and Wokeism in Education 

    In the first hour, Lee and John spoke with Peter Oliver on the floods in Germany, the flooding in the Netherlands, and the government unprepared. Peter talked about the insurance companies evaluating climate change damage, and Angela Merkel overseeing the rescue missions.

    Lee and John spoke with Jeremy Tate about the Classic Learning Test (CLT), formal education failing Americans, and teaching Marxism. Jeremy discussed the lack of civics taught in present-day America, and Canada labeling mathematics racist. Jeremy talked about American universities in fear of teaching certain subjects because the fringe left might label it racist.  

    In the second hour, Lee and John spoke with Keri Smith about the family structure under attack, Black Lives Matter, and Austin, Texas. Keri spoke about the importance of family, and the BLM website attacking the two-parent family. Keri talked about the politicization of COVID19, and the media feeding into tribalism. 

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