Category Archives: Podcasts

On the Process of Awakening

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds We cannot help but feel a hunger for authenticity, honesty, spiritual solace and human connection, but these are precisely what is scarce in our social and economic structure. There is a tremendous … Continue reading

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Did the Clinton Foundation Steal from the Poor?

By Dady Chery Source: News Junkie Post Introduction The Clintons have many problems these days, but the worst of them is probably the information that Charles Ortel started to release from his website and Twitter account (@charlesortel) in early May … Continue reading

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How Tommy Chong Beat Cancer with Homegrown Cannabis Medicine

By Alex Pietrowski Source: Waking Times As the movement for the liberation of cannabis gains momentum, and attitudes toward this relaxing and healing plant evolve, we are witnessing an explosion in innovation around how cannabis is used, both as a … Continue reading

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Podcast Roundup

3/11: Srini Rao has an interesting conversation with animal rights activist Peter Young covering community activism, communication, survival tips, and his former life as a fugitive on the “Unmistakable Creative” podcast. 3/11: On the latest “Guns and Butter”, Bonnie … Continue reading

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Podcast Roundup

12/2: On The Progressive Commentary Hour host Gary Null has an in-depth conversation with Peter Levenda on the Nazi legacy, its survival and influence in world events, and its continuation to this day: Show link:   12/3: Host KMO … Continue reading

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We’re all criminals and outlaws in the eyes of the American police state

By John Whitehead Source: Intrepid Report “Never in the civilised world have so many been locked up for so little.”—“Rough Justice in America,” The Economist Why are we seeing such an uptick in Americans being arrested for such absurd “violations” … Continue reading

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Podcast Roundup

9/7: On Expanding Minds, hosts Maja D’Aoust and Erik Davis have a conversation with Andy Sharp of English Heretic about death, Horror films, Hiroshima, psychogeography, and his latest release, The Underworld Service. 9/8: R.U. Sirius joins hosts Chris … Continue reading

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Podcast Roundup

7/12: Host Douglas Lain has a freewheeling discussion with Steven Michalkow connecting an odd episode of Columbo with psychoanalysis, theology, philosophy, surrealism, “The Prisoner” TV series and beyond: 7/13: On Expanding Minds, author Mitch Horowitz discusses the history of … Continue reading

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