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Joe Allen on understanding transhumanism
Joe Allen on understanding transhumanismMark McDonald on celebrating toxic masculinityDaniel Satchkov on why Bastyon is superior to TwitterA Russian opinionVasily Prozorov is a former Ukrainian spyPiers Robinson on navigating the fog of war propagandaAleksandr Dugin on the Fourth Political TheoryAstrid Stuckelberger on the WHO’s ’Pandemic Treaty’Isa Blumi on why the West ignores the US-backed war in YemenMichael Capuzzo on journalism, fake news, and conspiracy theories
Micheal Capuzzo is a journalist and author. Because his legacy is so profound, I’m going to simply quote his website. Michael Capuzzo is one of the country’s most honored writers. A native of Boston, his six books include two critically acclaimed New York Times nonfiction bestsellers, Close to Shore and The Murder Room.  His books and articles have been nominated six times for the Pulitzer Prize, twice for the National Book Award, and for the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America. Among more than 100 journalism awards, Mike is a winner of the National Headliner Award and was a finalist for the Livingston Award and for the Gold Dagger Award for best nonfiction book of the year from the British Crime Writer's Association in London. His books are international bestsellers and his stories have been widely anthologized.   ​ Mike was a newspaper reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Miami Herald,  covering everything from hurricanes to the trials of the last Unconquered Seminole Medicine Man in the Everglades, has written for The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, and was an award-winning United Feature Syndicate humor columnist for Newsday and forty other newspapers. His magazine stories have appeared in Smithsonian, Esquire, Life, Sports Illustrated, and Reader's Digest. He helped produce a special episode of ABC's 20/20 about his book The Murder Room that helped solve the cold murder of a 15-year-old girl, and his books have been widely optioned by leading Hollywood studios. Chatting with Mike was an absolute pleasure and very uplifting. Please support my work.
Apr 11 2022
1 hr 9 mins
Iain Davis on Russia versus technocracyDustin Broadbery on the subversive origins of the internetJohn Titus on Russian sanctions and how it’s killing the dollarWhitney Webb on deep diving into Epstein, 9/11, Covid, and moreCatherine Fitts and Robert Kennedy on Fauci and vaccine fraudDmitry Orlov on Russia not needing the WestKees Van Der Pijl on NATO, Russia, Ukraine, and the dying WestMikki Willis on people waking upAlison Morrow on why journalism is rubbishDel Bigtree on vaccine fraud and misinformation