• Shooting from the Lip cover
    Last update: 17:23 28.06.2019
    17:23 28.06.2019

    Why Do We Have an Obesity Epidemic?

    by Jon Gaunt

    "Eat fat to lose weight and reverse Type 2 Diabetes." So, states leading Cardiologist and author of the Pioppi Diet. Aseem Malhotra, who is Jon Gaunt’s guest this week on Shooting from the Lip.

  • Brave New World
    Last update: 16:01 28.06.2019
    16:01 28.06.2019

    Another Trump-Kim Summit on the Cards?

    by John Harrison

    It is difficult to follow what is actually going on in North Korea. First there is a deal then there isn’t a deal, letters are exchanged, then summits are hastily organised and cancelled. Just what is going on now?

  • The Critical Hour
    Last update: 03:41 28.06.2019
    03:41 28.06.2019

    Immigration & Healthcare Take Front Stage In Democratic Debate, Tonight Round Two

    by Wilmer Leon

    On this episode of The Critical Hour, Dr. Wilmer Leon is joined by Bob Schlehuber, Sputnik news analyst and producer.

  • By Any Means Necessary
    Last update: 03:09 28.06.2019
    03:09 28.06.2019

    Dem Debates 2020, One Down, One to Go!

    by Sean Blackmon, Eugene Puryear

    With one night of Democratic debates over, what performances can we expect from Sanders, Biden and company during the second night?

  • Loud & Clear
    Last update: 00:53 28.06.2019
    00:53 28.06.2019

    Tulsi Gabbard’s Anti-War Message at Debate Spreads Nationwide

    by John Kiriakou, Brian Becker

    On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Lee Camp, a writer, comedian, activist, journalist, host of the television show “Redacted Tonight” on RT America, and at www.leecamp.com.

  • Fault Lines
    Last update: 18:01 27.06.2019
    18:01 27.06.2019

    Who Won Democratic Debate #1; Was Speaking in Spanish a Good Idea?

    by Lee Stranahan, Garland Nixon

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan react to last night's first Democratic Presidential debate which saw ten hopefuls make their case to a televised audience. What were the main policies that were discussed, and were Julián Castro, Beto O'Rourke, and Cory Booker smart or not for speaking Spanish during this event?

  • Fault Lines
    Last update: 17:05 27.06.2019
    17:05 27.06.2019

    Who Will Shine for Democrats on the Presidential Debate Stage in Miami?

    by Lee Stranahan, Garland Nixon

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss their expectations for the first Democratic Presidential debates of the 2020 cycle which will take place tonight and tomorrow in Miami, Florida. Will there be major infighting between the candidates, and how should this event be approached from a strategic perspective?

  • By Any Means Necessary
    Last update: 17:04 27.06.2019
    17:04 27.06.2019

    First Round of Dem Debates Separates the Wheat from the Chaff (Kinda?)

    by Sean Blackmon, Eugene Puryear

    As 2020 Democratic hopefuls prepare for the first of two debates, Honduras marks 10 years of coup repression and the US' hopeless campaign in Afghanistan drags on.

  • Loud & Clear
    Last update: 17:04 27.06.2019
    17:04 27.06.2019

    NSA Continues Illegal, Mass Spying on American People

    by John Kiriakou, Brian Becker

    On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Bill Binney, a former NSA technical director who became a legendary national security whistleblower.

  • The Critical Hour
    Last update: 17:03 27.06.2019
    17:03 27.06.2019

    Democrats Face Off in First Debate: Who's The Best Matchup Against Trump In 2020?

    by Wilmer Leon

    On this episode of The Critical Hour, Dr. Wilmer Leon is joined by Bob Schlehuber, Sputnik news analyst; and Wayne Messam, American businessman and politician who has served as the mayor of Miramar, Florida, since 2015.

  • The Critical Hour
    Last update: 16:52 26.06.2019
    16:52 26.06.2019

    Border Commissioner Resigns as Congress Battles Over Forgotten Migrant Children

    by Wilmer Leon

    On this episode of The Critical Hour, Dr. Wilmer Leon is joined by Dr. Jack Rasmus, professor of economics at Saint Mary's College of California.

  • By Any Means Necessary
    Last update: 16:51 26.06.2019
    16:51 26.06.2019

    What Will Come First - Student Debt Forgiveness or Reparations?

    by Sean Blackmon, Eugene Puryear

    Efforts to decolonize Puerto Rico at UN; Trump sanctions Ayatollah Khamenei; The history of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran.

  • Loud & Clear
    Last update: 16:51 26.06.2019
    16:51 26.06.2019

    Will the Democratic Debate Topics Include “Imperialist” Foreign Policy?

    by John Kiriakou, Brian Becker

    On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Dr. Gerald Horne, a professor of history at the University of Houston and the author of many books, including his most recent “Jazz and Justice: Racism and the Political Economy of the Music,” newly available from Monthly Review Press.

  • Fault Lines
    Last update: 16:50 26.06.2019
    16:50 26.06.2019

    Google Wants to Control What You See and How You Think

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss the new undercover videos from 'Project Veritas' which have shed some light on Google's internal operations and how the company manipulates search content. How does tech giant Google impact real-world perceptions and views, and should you switch to a new search engine?

  • Double Down
    Last update: 13:19 25.06.2019
    13:19 25.06.2019

    Bad Banks and Bond Markets

    by Stacy Herbert, Max Keiser

    On today’s episode of Double Down, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert talk to Wolf Richter of WolfStreet.com about the stock market vs bond market dichotomy.

  • Fault Lines
    Last update: 13:17 25.06.2019
    13:17 25.06.2019

    Neither Side is Safe: Twitter Suspensions Hit Both the Political Left and Right

    by Lee Stranahan, Garland Nixon

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan talk with guests from both sides of the political aisle who have recently been suspended on Twitter. What is the standard for who maintains the ability to post on social media, and is a criticism of establishment narratives the common denominator in many of these situations?

  • Loud & Clear
    Last update: 13:14 25.06.2019
    13:14 25.06.2019

    Trump’s War Against Immigrants Rages On

    by John Kiriakou, Brian Becker

    On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Juan Carlos Ruiz, cofounder of the New Sanctuary Movement.

  • By Any Means Necessary
    Last update: 13:12 25.06.2019
    13:12 25.06.2019

    Been There, Done That, Got the Jim Clyburn T-Shirt

    by Sean Blackmon, Eugene Puryear

    Boris Johnson's rough weekend; US tries to buy peace between Israelis and Palestinians; US cyberattacks against Iran

  • The Critical Hour
    Last update: 13:10 25.06.2019
    13:10 25.06.2019

    Trump Ramps Up Sanctions On Iran, UN Calls It A Violation Of Human Rights

    by Wilmer Leon

    On this episode of The Critical Hour, Bob Schlehuber, Sputnik News Analyst takes over for Dr. Wilmer and is joined by Daniel Lazare, journalist and author of three books: "The Frozen Republic," "The Velvet Coup" and "America's Undeclared War."

  • Fault Lines
    Last update: 11:37 22.06.2019
    11:37 22.06.2019

    Is Facebook's 'Libra' Coin a Mechanism to Control Your Behavior?

    by Lee Stranahan, Garland Nixon

    On this episode of Fault Lines,hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan talk about Facebook's new cryptocurrency coin, Libra, and the different companies who are backing this project. Is Mark Zuckerberg's latest endeavor a positive for the public, or is it a means to gathering more private information and controlling what people are able to purchase?