On today’s episode of Fault Lines, host Shane Stranahan was joined by guest co-host Garland Nixon, and they discussed a variety of issues from the latest on the accusations against Russia in the poisoning of Alexei Navalny to President’s Trump statement on the military industrial complex to the Julian Assange trial to the fires in California.
Have universities become breeding grounds for corporate America? Does the model for education actually equal the American dream?
On this edition of The Critical Hour, Co-hosts Dr. Wilmer Leon and Garland Nixon pay tribute to activist and writer Kevin Zeese, who died unexpectedly on Saturday, and talk to Ray McGovern about the extradition trial of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange.
On today’s episode of Double Down, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert talk to Rick Ackerman for his analysis of the ‘tech bloodbath.’
Join George Galloway on the new home for the Mother of All Talk Shows - this week we talk about 9/11, Japanese slavery during WWII, Assange, UK Royal Family, and coronavirus.
The US is a two party system, but is it time for one more? The People's Party says they have America's best interest in mind.
On today’s episode of Fault Lines, hosts Shane Stranahan and Jamarl Thomas talked about a variety of issues from the police killing of the suspect in the murder of a Trump supporter in Portland to the People’s Convention to the “Rittenhouse Method” of avoiding being killed by police.
On this edition of The Critical Hour, co-Hosts Dr. Wilmer Leon and Garland Nixon talk to Dr. Yolandra Hancock and Dr. Lisa Lewis about a COVID-19 model predicting that the disease's American death toll will exceed 410,000 by January 1.
Former MEP Mike Hookem is Jon Gaunt's guest and is fuming that “four years after voting to leave the EU that we still have not got our waters back, we need to stop the EU plundering our waters.”
On this edition of The Critical Hour, co-hosts Dr. Wilmer Leon and Garland Nixon talk to Ray McGovern about a US federal court ruling that the National Security Agency (NSA) program that collected phone metadata from US citizens violated the law.
How does the US Labor Department calculate unemployment numbers, and who does it benefit?
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan discussed the news of the day as well as issues like the situation Belarus, the upcoming elections, and how the world will look after the protest and the pandemic subside.
On this edition of The Critical Hour, co-hosts Dr. Wilmer Leon and Garland Nixon talk to Dr. Margaret Flowers about the Trump administration's decision that the US will not take part in an international effort to create and distribute a COVID-19 vaccine, as the World Health Organization (WHO) is involved in the project.
What's going on at Fort Hood in Texas? Finally, there will be an investigation into the deaths of more than a dozen soldiers at the base this year.
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan discussed a variety of issues, including who progressives should vote for or not vote for, the future of Republicans, and the People’s Party Convention.
Why has it taken a 17-year legal battle for the US federal government to agree to take some responsibility for plutonium waste near the Savannah River in South Carolina?
The Trump administration is upping the ante in its confrontation with China in the waterways of the South China Sea.
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talked about the news of the day as well as topics including modern monetary theory, the Democratic National Convention, and Roger Stone.
On today’s episode of Double Down, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert talk to Wolf Richter of WolfStreet.com about the latest market insanity.
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talked about the news of the day and issues ranging from the protests and violence in Portland and Washington, DC, to Russia’s response to COVID-19 to Christianity in politics.