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This podcast features the true story of AQ Khan, the man who more than any other individual helped spread the threat of nuclear war around the world. When we hear stories of North Korea, Iran, Pakistan, India and the bomb, at least one of our thoughts should go to...
DISCLAIMER: This perspective is neither pro-immigration nor anti-immigration. It is neither pro-Trump nor anti-Trump. This perspective is written to point out the facts to what is actually taking place today. These facts are not the same as what the popular media is focusing upon. Yesterday President Trump, through Attorney...
This podcast episode looks to the future and explains that the impeachment of President Donald Trump is not only inevitable but it's not even the biggest shift we can expect.
In light of all the outrage surrounding the issue it might be appropriate for us to recognize how this list of nations recognized as “countries of concern” was developed.
The influence of the American media has empowered and accelerated the decline of American democracy. We are quickly changing to a media-ocracy.
On Friday President Donald Trump appeared to keep his campaign promise and issued an executive order to stop immigration into the US from 7 countries – all of which have predominantly Muslim populations. The uproar of the last week is what followed. This continues a general national tone which is apparently the...
In this podcast episode we take a brief look at the long history of election meddling which the US has helped to write since 1915.
This final episode in our podcast series on the religious right explores how the religious right ends in America. We go from the heights of power to 2016.
The 1980s saw great prominence for the rise of the religious right. The beliefs and politics of this group transitioned from a subculture to the mainstream and set the stage for the Culture Wars of the 1990s.
After the tumult of the 60s and Watergate, Americans were burnt out by the mid 1970s. Jimmy Carter entered the scene as America’s first born again president. He wouldn’t be good enough for the standards of the religious right and the newly formed organization of the moral majority.