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Biden DOJ Pick: Blacks Born Superior To Whites
Is it possible that the woman slated to be the next head of the DOJ's Civil Rights Division believes in the superiority of one race over the other?
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China to launch new space station this year
It will be able to accommodate up to three humans, which is great news. Because if our species is to survive, clearly, we need to get more of us off this rock, STAT.
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Biden Admin - Redux Deep State, Empire & Censorship
On this show this week, Chris Hedges talks to Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald about the incoming Biden administration and what it will mean for a country in crisis, ravaged by a
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'Trump Is Like Bin Laden’ Says China Spygate Congressman
The media doesn't seem to have a problem when democrats call for violence against the president.
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Children of 2021: Adoption & Parenting During Pandemic
While millions of households have welcomed new pets since March, how has the pandemic impacted child welfare and adoption services?
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Former VT Governor Talks Transitional Tidal Wave
Just days now before president-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, and Americans are preparing for a transitional tidal wave with both the presidency and the senate flipped red-to-blue.
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Capitol Breach Worse Than Thought
Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos discuss the fallout from the DC riots on January sixth, impeachment, and the role of corporate America in politics.
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Biden proposes $1.9 trillion COVID package
President-elect Joe Biden has called the current rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine a “dismal failure." He says that once in office, his plan will turn the tide on the pandemic.
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Pope decrees women cannot be priests
This week, Pope Francis formally changed the laws of the Roman Catholic church to allow women to give readings from the Bible during Mass, act as altar servers, and distribute communion, and that…is
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NYPD hit with lawsuit over response to George Floyd protest
New York state's Attorney General is suing the NYPD and its leadership over its handling of the George Floyd protests last spring.
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Kung fu wunderkid hopes to be next Jackie Chan
10-year-old Ling Biao is going viral on social media for his impressive "drunken" kung fu. He hopes to make it mainstream one day like his idol Jackie Chan.
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US Support for Guaido uncertain as EU no longer acknowledges him
New reports reveal that some figures in the Biden team are considering throwing support to Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido.
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FULL SHOW: Russia withdraws from Surveillance treaty
Russia’s confirmed that it’s now pulling out of the Open Skies Treaty which allows unarmed surveillance flights over other countries and their military facilities.
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Over 20,000 National Guard troops authorized in DC ahead of inauguration
Days after the deadly riots at the US Capitol, Washington has transformed into a completely different city, with thousands of National Guard troops deploying there ahead of the upcoming inauguration.
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World leaders among millions joining privacy-friendly messenger apps
With the recent social media bans of President Trump, there’s one app that’s gaining popularity among world leaders.
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Chinese Company Cut Corners with Cancer-Causing Medication
A Chinese pharmaceutical company faces a wave of lawsuits after an ingredient in their blood pressure drug Valsartan was found to cause cancer.
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Steve Austin takes interviews to the extreme with his new show
Why just have a sit down interview with your guest, when you can take them on the ride of their life?
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KHL squad hopes woeful season turns around in 2021
In the KHL, the Kunlun Red Star have sat at the bottom of the Eastern Conference most of the season. However, their latest game on the road against Sibir ended with the squad winning 3-1.
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US & UK like status quo on Arab Spring 10th anniversary
Ten years ago, a wave of revolutions began to sweep across the Middle East. The Arab Spring, as we know it, promised to change the face of the region. But did it work?
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China calls US ban over Uighur abuses ‘hypocritical’
The Chinese government is swinging back after the Trump administration instituted a ban on tomato and cotton products coming from China's Xinjiang region over alleged human rights abuses of Muslim
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Ron Paul Temporarily Blocked from Facebook
In the wake of the violent riots that occupied the US Capitol last week, social media giants began removing accounts, but not all have been related to the mob.
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How US gov't UFO files got de-classified
Thousands of newly de-classified CIA documents on UFOs are now accessible on the internet, thanks to a UFO enthusiast. The massive dump of documents is known as the Black Vault.
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Why Trump would be in ‘big trouble’ in criminal trial
US President Donald Trump made history by becoming the first president to be twice impeached by the House of Representatives.
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Watchdog to crypto investors: be prepared to lose all your money
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) just issued a dire warning to cryptoasset investors in a release entitled, “FCA warns consumers of the risks of investments advertising high returns based
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FULL SHOW: Snyder & others charged in Flint case
With all eyes on the upcoming inauguration, President-Elect Joe Biden quietly announced Samantha Power, the Obama administration ambassador to the United Nations, would lead the US Agency for
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Biden picks Obama official Samantha Power to lead USAID
With all eyes on the upcoming inauguration, President-elect Joe Biden quietly announced Samantha Power, the Obama administration ambassador to the United Nations, would lead the US Agency for
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Insurrection Fallout: Trump Cabinet Jumping Ship
Members of the Trump administration have resigned one after the other in the aftermath of last week’s violent insurrection at the Capitol.
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Pompeo echoes ‘Axis of Evil’, says Iran new al Qaeda home
In his last days with the Trump administration, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has made allegations against Iran that many say are baseless.
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Rob Halford from "Judas Priest" on his struggle as a gay man in a time where it is illegal
Rob Halford has been the lead singer for heavy metal band Judas Priest for the past half century.
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BREAKING: Trump first president to be impeached twice
US President Donald Trump explained in a video posted on the White House Twitter account that he opposes any type of violence.
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