5G, EMFs, and Microchip Technology: A Deep Dive with Dr. Robert Young
The conversation between Seth Holehouse and Dr. Robert Young is both in-depth and detailed, as they explore the levels of EMFs and their potential effects on the human body, especially on blood health. They discuss how various devices, such as cell phones, televisions, and the emerging 5G technology, emit EMF radiation and how this radiation might impact human health.
Additionally, the episode delves into the controversial topic of microchip technology, examining its presence in both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.
This discussion provides viewers with valuable insights into the potential risks and concerns surrounding EMFs, 5G technology, and microchip technology in today's world.
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In the latest enlightening segment of "Trent on the Loos," our steadfast host, Trent Loos, continues his pivotal "Reclaiming Control for the Farmer" tour with part two of his insightful journey. This episode, rich with the soil of earnest discussion, takes us 'Across the Pond' to glean wisdom from the heart of the United Kingdom's farmland. It's here that the grassroots truth about modern dairy farming practices unfolds, revealing how the tendrils of global agricultural policies entangle and sometimes strangle the world's food supply channels.
Katie and David bring you an intriguing development that has bridged the political divide in America. In a truly surprising turn of events, a majority of both Republicans and Democrats have found common ground on the belief that American children should have the right to attend the public school that aligns best with their individual needs and aspirations.
The nation has seemingly been caught in a relentless downward spiral since the tragic events of 9/11, with each turn uncovering new facets of vulnerability. In a bold exposition, Captain Dan Handley, 9/11 whistleblower and the mind behind 911Pilots.org, comes forward with a groundbreaking theory: the jets that breached the World Trade Center were not manned by terrorists but were, in fact, guided remotely. This shocking revelation begs the question - who is the real enemy within?
Dr. Peter McCullough is a leading voice in the response to the Covid-19 medical disaster and is an esteemed internist, cardiologist, and epidemiologist. He has testified multiple times before the U.S. Senate concerning medical aspects of the Covid pandemic and is also the Chief Scientific Officer of The Wellness Company. Peter explains the science behind how mRNA can be given to animals and infused into various plants and vegetables.
In this stirring episode of "Trent on the Loos," Trent Loos, a voice of unwavering conservatism, sets the stage for a profound discussion steeped in the rich soil of American history and national pride. Joining him is LaQuita Shockley, the esteemed founder and owner of the Dakota Herald, whose journalistic pursuits have long echoed the sentiments of those who hold dear the traditional American values.
"Man in America," a compelling program steered by the dedicated and insightful host, Seth Holehouse, takes on the mission to delve into global politics, focusing on the preservation of American values and sovereignty. In a world teetering on the edges of a unified global regime, the show stands as a beacon for those advocating for national identity and individual country governance, directly opposing the looming threat of a one-world order. In a recent eye-opening episode, Seth warmly welcomes Mel K, a renowned analyst known for her hard-hitting commentaries on geopolitical affairs. With the world's attention riveted on the simmering tensions and complex play of power in the Middle East, Mel K offers an in-depth discussion on how these distant events hold the potential to ripple across continents, touching our lives in America. The episode unfolds the intricate and shadowy struggle between various cabal factions, clandestine powers believed to be the true puppeteers of international events, locked in a covert war for ultimate global control. In this high-stakes geopolitical chessboard, Mel K highlights the crucial role of Israel, a strategic piece whose position and actions seem to be pivotal in the grander scale of global diplomacy and power dynamics. Mel K's expertise untangles the knotted web of international relations, helping viewers understand that the Middle East is not a distant battlefield but a region vital to American interests and global peace. The conversation illuminates the dire need for vigilance, informed decision-making, and, more critically, a return to policies that fortify America's borders and national interests in the face of globalist agendas. This episode of "Man in America" not only sheds light on the undercurrents of world politics but also reinforces the view that recognizes and respects the sovereignty of nations, urging a cautious approach to international entanglements. It stands as a call to awareness and action for patriots, serving as a reminder that the fight for American ideals is far from over, and the stage it is fought on is without borders.
NDGOP Chairwoman, Sandra Sanford, joins the Ladies to talk about what she sees for the Republicans in North Dakota. She acknowledges the difference and wants to see the party come together. She addresses the misinformation that a Fargo blogger puts out and the Fargo Forum prints on the front page as "truth" without any sources.
Scott Oatsvall has a passion for helping people transform their health and nurture the whole person, rather than simply treat the symptom. As the President and CEO of LT360 Holistic Health, he is a certified health coach and cellular health scientist.
In a recent, eye-opening episode of "The Stew Peters Show," revelations were shared about the precarious state of fundamental American freedoms, spotlighting the seemingly deliberate actions of federal institutions in undermining the voices of millions of dedicated patriots who stand for the foundational values of the United States. Addressing this grave concern, General Thomas McInerney courageously stepped forward, offering insights into the disturbing manipulation of our electoral process, which he categorizes as an insidious operation by a government that has morphed into a treacherous corporate mafia, engaging in heinous acts to silence opposition.
In a recent event called "ReAwaken America Miami," Christina Bobb discussed her belief that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. Some conservatives, including Christina Bobb, believe that there were irregularities in the election process that may have affected the outcome. They feel that the election results were not accurate and that these issues need to be addressed to ensure fair and transparent elections in the future.
Dr. Jonathan Farley Champions Minority Students' Success in Math Through Innovative Education Reform
"The Dr. Duke Show,", recently spotlighted an inspiring figure striving to transform the educational landscape in America. Dr. Jonathan Farley, whose academic journey peaked with a prestigious doctorate from Oxford University, has pioneered an innovative program designed to catapult math proficiency among school students, with a dedicated focus on minority children.
In this compelling episode, Trent Loos, a steadfast advocate for truth and common sense in a time of political division, welcomes a special guest who shares these values, J.C. Cole of American Heritage Farms. Known for his unwavering patriotism and deep-rooted belief in America’s foundational principles, Cole joins Loos for an eye-opening discussion that no concerned citizen should miss.
On the next episode of Dakota Cowboy presented by Dakota Community Bank and Trust, The Badlands Circuit Finals were in Minot, ND recently. Dummy roping and team roping from kids to professionals were taking the stage. Tisa Peek of Dakota Horse Magazine visited with Jessica Billadeau Weldon who talks about this event. She also chats with professional barrel racer and circuit finalist, Amanda Lewis, who discusses her positive take on the Badlands Circuit rodeos.
In the latest episode of The Culture Crossroads Show with Andrew Southwick, American actor and patriot Kevin Sorbo was the special guest. Kevin Sorbo shared exciting insights about his new movie, "Miracle in East Texas," where he plays a significant role. He also discussed his experiences standing up against Hollywood's cancel culture, showcasing his unwavering commitment to his beliefs.
In the latest episode of "The Right Side with Doug Billings," Doug talks about the House of Representatives, which is a part of the government, and how the strong discussions and arguments about who should be the next Speaker of the House is a positive process.
For some people, the greatest gift they’ve ever received is the gift of an organ transplant. Marion Shuck, the Vice President of Relations at Gift of Hope, helps secure organ and tissue donations for those who need life-saving help.
In today's broadcast of "Ladies of Another View," we have an informative lineup of topics to discuss. First and foremost, we turn our attention to the esteemed Matt Vadum, who serves as the Supreme Court & Legal Reporter for the Epoch Times. Mr. Vadum brings us the latest updates on significant Supreme Court cases that are currently making waves in our legal landscape.
In the latest episode of "Trent on the Loos," host Trent had the pleasure of welcoming Brittany Miller, a skilled ranch bronc rider, as his guest. During their conversation, Trent and Brittany delved into her remarkable journey to becoming a ranch bronc rider and explored the intriguing history of women's bronc riding.
Exploring Money's Role in Israel-Palestine Conflict, Water Control, and More on The Stew Peters Show
On "The Stew Peters Show," we dive into the latest developments concerning the allocation of American taxpayer funds. While many Americans had begun to question the financial support provided for the war in Ukraine, a new financial commitment has emerged, this time directed towards Israel.
On the latest enlightening episode of "Across the Pond," co-hosts Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson delve into hearty discussions emblematic of the bedrock of traditional values: family unity, hard work, and the pioneering spirit that shaped our nations. With Andrew and fellow traveler Jim Ferguson en route to the US, Damien Buckley graced today's show before his departure back to New Zealand. The conversation kicked off with the quintessential topic of travel, highlighting the relentless global journey these gentlemen undertake to bridge ideas across continents.
In the latest thought-provoking episode of "The Dr. Duke Show," Dr. Duke warmly welcomes the esteemed Dr. Jacobs, engaging in a deeply moving conversation that unveils the heart-wrenching realities in Israel. With the death toll tragically ascending, our hosts confront the severity of the issue, underscoring that the Jewish community hasn't encountered such perilous times since the dark days of the Holocaust.
In a recent episode, they covered several significant issues. They discussed a special session of the North Dakota Legislature, where lawmakers came together to address urgent matters. The program also delved into the budget of the State Office of Management, focusing on how taxpayer money is being allocated and managed in North Dakota. Senate Bill 2015 was another topic of discussion, with the hosts likely exploring its contents and potential impact on the state.
Today's episode of "Man In America" is centered on the theme of awakening our fellow Americans and addressing the growing influence of communism in our nation. Host Seth Holehouse engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Will Witt, a prominent podcaster and influencer who has authored the book "How to Win Friends and Influence Enemies: Taking On Liberal Arguments with Logic and Humor."
"Flyover Conservatives" is a popular online show hosted by David and Stacy Whited, where they share their viewpoints on various topics. In a recent episode, they delved into the role of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in global affairs, particularly in the Middle East.
"Across the Pond" is a weekly podcast hosted by Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson, offering discussions on various important topics. Every Thursday, they are joined by Jim Ferguson to delve into a range of subjects that concern many people today. During a recent episode, Trent Loos shared valuable insights from a meeting he attended in Colorado. The meeting revolved around a proposed Co2 pipeline, and Trent provided an update on its progress.
In this episode of "Trent on the Loos," Trent is joined by Kansas State Representative, Carrie Barth, who belongs to the Republican Party. Together, they engage in a conversation centered on the recent initiatives undertaken by the Kansas legislature. These initiatives aim to reverse regulatory actions that are perceived as threats to property rights and the production of energy.
In the show "Educated," Katie and David engage in a conversation regarding a recent development concerning a California teachers union that is considering the possibility of going on strike once again. The key issue at hand, as per official documents, is the union's demand for free yoga sessions and a proposal to allow homeless individuals to reside in security-protected school parking lots.
On this episode of The Stew Peters Show, disabled Navy veteran John Sabal, the founder and President of The Patriot Voice, leads a grassroots organization dedicated to uniting Patriots who share a deep love for God and their country. The Patriot Voice hosts engaging and enjoyable events, featuring dynamic speakers with timely and relevant messages. Their aim is to inspire attendees with newfound hope for America's future and a renewed passion to actively engage in their local communities.
In this episode of "Man In America", Seth Holehouse invites Martin Armstrong to discuss various important topics related to the United States. Holehouse begins by acknowledging that America is facing a multitude of challenges, such as border issues, international affairs, and economic concerns. He suggests that the world appears to be increasingly chaotic, and this state of affairs is becoming the new normal.
Kim Koppelman, a former North Dakota Representative with 28 years of dedicated service in the House, recently stepped into a different role as the President of the Valley Christian Leadership Association. In this capacity, she is overseeing the organization of the upcoming Harvest Leadership Prayer Breakfast, scheduled for October 21st at the Holiday Inn in Fargo, starting at 9 am.
On today's episode of 'Across the Pond' with hosts Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson, several important topics were discussed from a conservative perspective. First, they talked about the upcoming 'Across The Pond' tour, highlighting the need for female bronc riders for the Nebraska stop. This emphasis on female participation in traditionally male-dominated fields aligns with conservative values of individual choice and opportunity.
Today on Trent on the Loose, we had the pleasure of welcoming Gregory Wrightstone, who serves as the executive director of the CO2 Coalition and is the author of the book "Inconvenient Facts." The conversation between Trent and Mr. Wrightstone centered around the topic of carbon dioxide (CO2) and its often controversial portrayal in the context of environmental discussions.
Jill Stephenson is a Gold Star mother whose son and younger brother both gave the gift of life to others through organ donation when they passed away. Jill explains how her 11-year-old brother donated his eyes and kidneys when he was killed after being hit by a car.
In this episode of Ladies of Another View, the host welcomes Camille Pauley, the President and Co-founder of Healing the Culture, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting a deeply, authentic, and permanent pro-life stance among individuals. The organization is aptly named "Healing the Culture," as its mission is to change the way people think about life.
There is no middle ground when it comes to Christ, says Mike Signorelli. You’re either hot or cold - all or nothing! Mike is the pastor of V1 Church and the Executive Producer of The Domino Revival, a new documentary that is sweeping the nation.
On a recent episode of The Stew Peters Show, the host covered a range of topics with a conservative perspective. The show began by discussing an exclusive Newsweek article that caused a stir on Twitter.
On the Dr. Duke Show, host Dr. Duke was joined by Vicky McKenna to talk about a situation at a public school. This school had created a special private bathroom for students who didn't feel comfortable using restrooms next to students of the opposite sex.
In the article "Ladies of Another View," Shawn McFarland discusses several important topics related to politics and governance in a conservative tone. First, McFarland addresses the North Dakota Election Integrity Act and the issue of hacking in elections. He emphasizes the significance of safeguarding the integrity of elections, highlighting the importance of measures like the Election Integrity Act to ensure the fairness and accuracy of the voting process.
"Across the Pond" is a show where Trent and Andrew discuss their exciting upcoming tour of America, which they've named the "Regaining Control for the Farmers Tour." In this episode, they engage in a lighthearted conversation about various topics, all with a conservative tone.
"One Nation" delves into the profound insights of Dr. Jake Jacobs, who vividly recounts the tragic events where thousands of Israelis lost their lives to Hamas attacks.
In the latest episode of Culture Crossroads, host Andrew Southwick sits down with Krystal Parker, the President of the U.S. Christian Chamber of Commerce. Together, they delve into the pivotal role of small businesses in fostering a prosperous and liberated America.
Welcome to the October 15, 2023 episode of "Dakota Cowboy," brought to you by Dakota Community Bank and Trust. This week, viewers are in for a thrilling experience as the North Dakota State Fair and the MHA Nation present the Indian Relay Races. With fans filling every seat in the grandstands, this event promises more than just racing – it offers a deep dive into the history and culture of Indian Relay Racing.
In this episode of "Trent on the Loos," Trent Loos welcomes Nebraska rancher Ginalee Sinner to discuss a touching story that underscores the importance of community and family values. Ginalee shares the brave journey of her 5-year-old niece, who is courageously fighting leukemia.
In this enlightening episode of "Flyover Conservatives", David and Stacy Whited's son, Colton Whited, welcomes special guest Clay Clark to discuss a pressing international topic. Clark delves deep into the relationship between Israel, China, and Russia.
In a recent episode of "The Dr. Duke Show," Dr. Duke and Dr. Jacobs address the prevailing "cancel culture" trends in our society. Specifically, they discuss a mural in Syracuse that portrays Che Guevara and Malcolm X alongside iconic figures like Martin Luther King Jr. and Mother Teresa.
In a recent heart-wrenching event, the nation of Israel faced an immense tragedy. A staggering 22 Americans lost their lives, and 17 still remain unaccounted for. This brings forward an unsettling question - will some of these missing individuals be used as pawns for ransom? And considering the $6 billion that was recently released, is there a worrying trend in how we negotiate in times of crisis?
In this episode of Trent on the Loos, Trent is joined by Fergus County, MT Commissioner Ross Butcher. The central theme of the discussion revolves around the power and significance of local counties in safeguarding the freedom and rights of American citizens, particularly in the face of potential overreach from the federal government.
Today on the "Stew Peters Show", viewers are granted an exclusive and heart-wrenching insight into one of the darkest episodes in naval history. Direct from the epicenter of our nation's capital, Washington D.C., Stew Peters brings to light the tragic events of the 1967 Israeli assault on the USS Liberty.
In this engaging episode of "Across the Pond," Trent Loos welcomes a unique change of pace as Damien Buckley fills in for regular co-host Andrew Henderson. The conversation kicks off with a casual chat on gardening, fittingly so, as Damien sits outside on a London balcony, providing viewers with a scenic backdrop of London's famous landmarks.
In this riveting episode of "Man In America", host Seth Holehouse sits down with expert Todd Callender to delve into the intense and complex situation surrounding the Israel-Hamas conflict. Hamas, officially known as the Islamic Resistance Movement, has initiated multiple attacks against Israel, challenging the nation's right to exist and security.
On today's episode of "Ladies of Another View," we are set to unravel some of the pressing issues resonating both internationally and closer to home. We will first shed light on the deeply complex and ever-evolving situation in Israel, aiming to provide our listeners with an understanding of the latest developments in this historically significant region.
On this Counter Culture Mom Show, Guest Dr. Shawn Rowland, founder and CEO of Jase Medical, explains why and how his company provides emergency medication kits for those who want to be prepared in case a crisis arises.
In a recent episode of "Educated" with Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo, the hosts dive deep into President Joe Biden's recent decision to cancel $9 billion in student loan debt.
In the latest episode of "Across the Pond," we're welcomed by the engaging trio of Trent Loos, Andrew Henderson, and their Thursday regular, Jim Ferguson. The show took a humorous turn right at the start as Jim and Andrew playfully nominated each other for the position of the Speaker of the House in the US.
In this episode of The Stew Peters Show, we delve into pressing matters that are shaking the foundation of our nation. With a rising enthusiasm among some in the country for engaging in a major conflict, it's time to scrutinize what's really at stake. Jon Miller, previously with Blaze TV, joins us to shed light on Israel's policies and how they might have played a role in intensifying the ongoing tensions in the Middle East.
In a compelling episode of "Flyover Conservatives" hosted by David and Stacy Whited, the spotlight is handed to guest host Colton Whited, who navigates pressing concerns dear to the conservative community. The episode kicks off with a poignant discussion between Colton and Joeylynn Mesaros about a rising trend: the infiltration of sexually explicit content in public libraries.
On a recent episode of "Man In America", host Seth Holehouse sits down with guest Ann Vandersteel, who has just returned from an investigative trip to the southern border. Vandersteel paints a concerning picture of what she believes is unfolding there.
In today's engaging episode of "Across the Pond", Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson dive deep into a mix of topics that are close to many conservative hearts. They kick off with the buzz around their upcoming 'Across The Pond Tour' and take listeners on a verbal journey through the majestic Great Plains.
In this insightful episode, David Lowery, a notable figure from PROJECT 21, dives into an alarming trend affecting our cities. Taxpayer money, originally earmarked to assist and uplift impoverished black communities, is being redirected to support illegal immigrants.
In 2018, Dr. James Giordano gave an unsettling lecture at West Point, highlighting the human brain as the potential battleground of the future. This alarming topic is discussed and further expanded upon with special guest Karen Kingston, who shares her insights into nano technology and its impact on the human body.
In a riveting episode of "Man In America," Seth Holehouse welcomes special guest Dr. Carrie Madej to discuss the pressing issues of health and medical freedoms in today's America.
One of the most dangerous things a woman can do is go running alone in a secluded place. This is a real-life concern for athlete and passionate runner Whitney Heins, who was attacked while running several years ago.
Last year, a 16-year-old boy from Maine struggled to secure high placements in boys' cross country races. Surprisingly, this year, he's become a dominant force, but not in the boys' races — he's now competing and winning against girls.
In the recent episode of "Trent on the Loos," host Trent Loos has a candid conversation with South Dakota State Representative, Karla Lems (R). She's known for her advocacy for personal freedom and limited government, expressed deep concern about America's current trajectory, especially regarding the rise of government overreach.
Arthur Lih was deeply moved when he heard about a seven year-old boy who passed away after choking on a grape. It was such a tragic and avoidable death. Arthur was so struck by this story that he was determined to invent a device that could easily and quickly remove blockages from a child’s airway in the event that they were choking.
In a recent episode of "The Dr. Duke Show," host Dr. Duke was joined by Vicki McKenna, a renowned commentator, to discuss a concerning new report. This study has made a shocking revelation about the state of our education system, particularly focusing on students' writing skills.
In a compelling episode of "Flyover Conservatives", hosted by David and Stacy Whited, the duo is joined by guest Mel K to delve deep into the concept of "cognitive warfare."
In today's episode of "Across the Pond," Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson dive into the recent conflict in Israel. They raise questions about the similarities between this situation and the previous unrest in Ukraine, contemplating if there's a World Economic Forum (WEF) connection behind it.
In recent times, North Dakota has been the epicenter of several noteworthy events that have drawn significant attention and spurred varied opinions. At the forefront is the challenge thrown at ND Rep. Brandon Prichard by the Freedom From Religion Foundation. They've voiced concerns over Prichard's incorporation of his personal religious beliefs into his political stance, suggesting that there ought to be a clearer delineation between personal beliefs and public office.
Doug Billings dives deep into recent significant changes in our country's political landscape.
On Dakota Cowboy, we're behind the chutes and in the warm-up pen! Tisa Peek meets with ND High School rodeo athletes at the latest fall high school rodeo in Valley City, ND. Whether its barrel racing or bull riding, the story is here.
Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the year in Judaism. It's a time of reflection, fasting, and prayer, where people seek forgiveness for their sins and make amends with God.
In a recent heartbreaking incident, journalist Josh Kruger was tragically shot and killed within the confines of his own home, highlighting the urgency for addressing safety in our communities. Josh Lekach from “Wrong Opinion” joins the conversation, shedding light on how, despite the surge in violent crime, many proud liberals seem to overlook the unintended consequences of certain Democrat policies.
The Stew Peters Show delves deeply into pressing topics that resonate with many concerned Americans. One of the subjects recently explored was the assertion that the United States, while not always achieving outright victories in battles overseas, has been influential in promoting certain Western Values globally. Some argue that these values might not always align with the traditions and beliefs of other cultures.
"Man In America" with Seth Holehouse presents a crucial conversation you won't want to miss. Dive deep into the world of investigative journalism as we sit down with the esteemed Lara Logan, a renowned war correspondent and fearless reporter.
In the latest episode of "Across the Pond", hosts Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson discuss and raise questions around a controversial list alledgedly naming politicians suspected of receiving money indirectly from the Ukraine conflict; potential political connections and money laundering. **What**
The Ladies of Another View say as we navigate the complexities of the ever-evolving energy landscape, it's essential to remain objective and informed about the true impact of certain "green" initiatives. Often, well-intentioned projects that aim to address climate concerns end up creating additional environmental problems, both foreseen and unforeseen.
In the latest episode of "Trent on the Loos," Trent warmly welcomes Dr. Lee Merritt from TheMedicalRebel.com. The show delves into the burdensome challenges that countless healthcare workers face due to overreaching COVID policies.
In a recent episode of "Educated" with hosts Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo, the spotlight was on an alarming trend in America: the soaring costs of childcare. For many families, sending their children to daycare is now more expensive than sending them to college. This is a concerning issue, especially from a conservative viewpoint.
People make a lot of excuses for drinking, but ultimately, pursuing drunkenness is a lie that Satan is selling to millions. Rose Ann Forte was one of those people who “bought the lie,” and after struggling with an alcohol problem, she finally broke free of this horrible addiction and is now the founder of The Plans He Has For Me.
Join host Seth Holehouse on "Man In America" as he sits down with Jeffrey Prather, a renowned intelligence officer with vast experience and knowledge about the intricate workings of America's internal and external affairs. In this must-watch episode, they tackle a pressing question: "Who are we really at war with?"
In a heartrending turn of events, the tragic plane crash that took away the esteemed Senator Doug Larsen and his family has left our community in deep sorrow. Senator Larsen was more than just a political figure; he was a beacon of dedication and hard work, representing the unwavering commitment to the betterment of our nation.
In the latest episode of "Across the Pond", hosts Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson invited guest Jim Ferguson for a deep dive into some of the most pressing issues in American politics today. Trent shared a noteworthy story about MN Rep. Ilhan Omar and another Democrat representative who approached President Biden with a letter. They passionately urged the President to cease all CO2 pipeline operations due to the perceived grave risks associated with them.
Hosted by the passionate and thought-provoking conservative voice, Seth Holehouse, the latest episode of "Man In America" dives deep into the financial realm, addressing concerns that every American should be aware of.
Rodney Williams was cooking meth in his trailer when a spark from a heat lamp set his entire home aflame. Paranoid and terrified, he managed to escape with severe burns - but right then and there, he was a broken man. Learn more about this traumatic event turnaround on Counter Culture Mom Show with host Tina Griffin.
On today's episode of "Across the Pond," Andrew initiated the discussion by shedding light on a recent development in Switzerland. Due to prevailing energy shortages, the Swiss government has chosen to impose limitations on the usage of Electric Vehicles (EVs).
Recently, Syracuse University unveiled a new mural that has been causing quite a stir. The artwork showcases three prominent figures from history: Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Che Guevara. While Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King, Jr. are widely revered for their humanitarian and civil rights work respectively, the inclusion of Che Guevara has sparked a debate.
In a recent episode of "Educated" with Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo, a concerning situation unfolding in Maine is discussed. A father, concerned about his daughter's well-being, was left stunned when his child came home from school with a bag of prescription medications. The alarming part? He was never informed, nor did he give consent.
On this episode of "Trent on the Loos," Trent warmly welcomes a very special guest, John Feltham, who once served our nation with pride and honor as a United States Marine. Now retired, John is passionate about ensuring the freedoms he fought for are protected here at home.
As we see increasing encroachments on freedom, Christians are recognizing the importance of standing against misinformation and advocating for authenticity. Dinesh D'Souza joins The Stew Peters Show, presenting his new film, “Police State”, which sheds light on how Christians might anticipate and brace for potential challenges ahead.
In a recent episode of "Across the Pond," Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson dive into a range of intriguing subjects. The show kicks off with the exciting details of their upcoming "Across The Pond" tour. Henderson, ever the history buff, shared some intriguing factoids about various tour destinations, painting a rich tapestry of the locales they will be visiting.
In this episode, Dr. Duke is joined by Vicki McKenna to talk about a recent event in Texas.
In this intriguing episode of "Man in America," host Seth Holehouse sits down with Kent Heckenlively to navigate through a conversation aimed at unraveling the complex web of globalism, and to shed light on the vision of birthing a new renaissance.
In today's eye-opening episode of "Across the Pond" with Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson, a lively conversation ensued covering some unexpected tales and critical global issues. Andrew shared a bit of irony from the UK where a renowned coffee chain astonishingly ran out of coffee to serve, yet had ample coffee available for customers to buy and brew at home. The snag was, the take-home coffee was incompatible with the chain's in-house machines.
In the latest episode of Ladies of Another View, the conversation covers a variety of essential topics, engaging the viewers with an informative dialogue. It begins with a conversation on suicide prevention with Crisis Counselor Trisha Kuntz.
In the latest episode of Trent on the Loos, Trent heads over to Lake Hill Winery to dive into the world of young entrepreneurs in the winemaking industry.
In recent times, a wave of change has been stirring in Tennessee, led by individuals who wish to repossess control over the state's education system from federal authorities. Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo, staunch advocates of a conservative approach, shed light on this unfolding scenario through their platform, "Educated." They delve into the intricacies and the backdrop of the situation, unearthing the roots of the disagreement between state and federal overseers of education.
In the recent episode of "Man In America," host Seth Holehouse welcomes Dr. Kirk Elliott for an eye-opening discussion on the current state of our nation. The show takes a dive into analyzing the present-day scenarios unfolding in the United States through a conservative lens, stressing the essence of traditional values and principles.
In a recent live episode from 'The Big Iron Ag Show' in Fargo, ND, the focus was on the ever-enthralling world of ranching and the industrious individuals who steer it. Tisa Peek from Dakota Cowboy and Dakota Horse Magazine graced the event, introducing us to some notable figures.
Join host Seth Holehouse in a profound episode of "Man In America," as he delves into the undercurrents shaping our nation with guest Dr. Lee Vliet. They tackle topics concealed beneath mainstream narratives, striving to shed light on the matters that concern every American. In this episode, he discusses the Depopulation Agenda with Dr. Lee Vliet.
Flyover Conservatives is a show hosted by David and Stacy Whited who share conservative perspectives on various topics. In one of the episodes, their son Colton Whited takes their place as host, and welcomes guests Liz Crokin and Clay Clark. They delve into some intriguing discussions during this episode.
On "Ladies of Another View," the hosts dive into a range of contemporary issues, illustrating alternative perspectives that challenge mainstream narratives. This episode ventures into the ongoing climate discourse, political showdowns, and even societal dissections of divisive foods.
In a recent episode of "The Stew Peters Show," a medley of pressing issues and revelations are explored providing the audience with insights on topics ranging from political scandals to ideological debates. Among the headlining topics is the alleged substance abuse by Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, during the G20 summit. This potentially scandalous behavior was explored in depth, aiming to shed light on the character and capability of the northern neighbor's leader.
The Dr. Duke Show dives into the heated discussions surrounding illegal immigration in New York City, which has stirred both social and political debates recently. In a noteworthy episode, Dr. Duke and Dr. Jacobs turn their focus towards a significant event where protesters vocally opposed Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) and other Democratic figures over their stance on this pressing issue.
In their insightful series "Educated," Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo, two conservative thinkers, unravel a concerning issue looming over Baltimore's public schools. Despite a whopping nearly $2 billion investment aimed at bolstering the education system, the results have been far from satisfactory. Alarmingly, 40 percent of students in Baltimore high schools are failing to make the grade. Through a conservative lens, Petrick and Fiorazo explore where the money has gone and why the hefty investment has not translated into academic success.
On a recent Thursday episode of "Across the Pond" with hosts Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson, guest speaker Jim Ferguson was invited to unravel his insights regarding the World Economic Forum (WEF) and its worldwide influence. This session predominantly revolved around Jim's ongoing endeavor to unveil the sinister motives he believes are at the core of the WEF's operations.
In the episode "Trent on the Loos," Trent Loos welcomes a special guest, Leila McDougall, to his show. Leila is not only a filmmaker but a farmer too, which makes her a unique guest full of insights into a world that not many are familiar with. She has recently completed a heartfelt and impactful film called "Just A Farmer." The film unravels the often overlooked issue of mental health and the tragically high rates of suicide within the farming community.
On today's episode of "Ladies of Another View," meet Ed Van Buskirk, the heart and soul behind the 'If U Love Me' initiative. With a compassionate focus on remedying the widespread epidemic of loneliness that plagues our society, Mr. Van Buskirk shares his unique perspective on how his initiative stands as a beacon of hope and connection amidst the storm of isolation many are facing.
On a recent episode of "Educated" hosted by Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo, a shocking incident at a Texas middle school is discussed. A teacher found herself at the center of a storm when parents unearthed that she had been making students read a sexually explicit rendition of "Anne Frank's Diary."
In this riveting episode of "Flyover Conservatives," hosts David and Stacy Whited are joined by Dr. Bryan Ardis to shed light on some of the modern-day concerns regarding the pharmaceutical industry. The duo along with Dr. Ardis delve into the common phrase often touted - "safe and effective," challenging the mainstream narrative surrounding certain drugs, and highlighting why it's vital to be well-informed and cautious.
Upholding the Agrarian Legacy: A Glimpse into "Across the Pond" with Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson
In a time when urban sprawl and bureaucratic red tape threaten the time-honored tradition of landownership, Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson are avid heralds of agrarian rights and agricultural sagacity on their engaging show "Across the Pond". In a recent episode, the duo shed light on some crucial issues affecting the landowner rights and agricultural practices in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
In this episode of 'Man in America,' Seth Holehouse engages with guest Mike Adams to discuss the metamorphosis of American societal systems. Adams articulates his perspective on how the failing and dying systems in the country are largely those rooted in evil or misguided ideologies.
In the latest episode of "Across the Pond" with the insightful Trent Loos and the candid Andrew Henderson, crucial discussions delved into the heart of several pressing matters facing society today. The discourse eventually navigated its way to birth rates, unexplained deaths and abortion - topics that carry significant weight in the current socio-political climate. The duo dissected these issues, unearthing the underlying concerns that demand attention and dialogue.
In this episode of Flyover Conservatives, hear the story of Aaron Antis, who found some old artwork made years ago by his father. As he looks closer at these artworks, he finds out that they carry hidden messages about faith and God.
On the latest episode of "Across The Pond" with hosts Trent and Andrew, a variety of topical issues were discussed, reflecting a broad spectrum of international concerns and updates. The conversation opened with a discourse on the recent meeting between the Mayor of London and the Mayor of New York City, during which a mutual commitment to the World Economic Forum’s 30 by 30 agenda was pledged. This pledge indicates a move toward greater environmental and urban sustainability, aligning with global efforts to combat climate change.
A former Biden staffer comes forward with her horror story of sexual harassment from the current president, not to warn of the incident itself, but to show Americans abuse of power does happen, and we are not stopping it.
In a special edition of "Man In America," host Seth Holehouse welcomes renowned author Jack Roth, best known for his investigative work "Killing Kennedy." Together, they embark on a captivating journey into the underworld of global power structures, unmasking the strategic plots of the world's elites.
On the next Dakota Cowboy presented by Dakota Community Bank and Trust, the Mandan Horse & Saddle Club, a youth organization that promotes rodeo and many events. Meet up with some contestants that were participating in one of their summer rodeos at the new Dale Pahlke Arena.
Lara Logan's Journalism, Dr. Kirk Elliot's Economic Insights, & An In-Depth Examination of January 6
"Flyover Conservatives" with David and Stacy Whited is a refreshing dive into the heartland of America, providing a platform for voices often overlooked by mainstream media. Through their candid discussions, David and Stacy bridge the gap between coastal elites and the everyday American, bringing to the forefront the true essence of conservative values.
Trent Loos delves deep into one of the most pressing concerns for American conservatives – the integrity of our elections. He's joined by Jessica Pollema, the driving force behind the South Dakota Canvassing Group, a patriot who's dedicated her efforts to safeguarding the pillars of our democracy.
California's Proposed AB-957: Parents Must Agree to Child's Gender Transition or Risk Losing Custody
Dr. Duke welcomes Alex Newman onto the show to discuss an important issue currently taking place in California. Could their new law mandate that parents support their child changing their gender or risk losing custody?
In this episode of "Man In America", seasoned host Seth Holehouse delves deep into the growing exodus of investors from the Big Banks. With his characteristic analytical approach, grounded in conservative values and a commitment to uncovering the truth, Holehouse reveals the undercurrents of mistrust and apprehension that have been building in the financial sector.
In this revealing episode of "Educated," Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo delve into the recent shocking revelation from Columbia University's Teachers College Reading and Writing Project. Once hailed as a groundbreaking approach to education, the program now faces intense scrutiny and backlash after admitting its shortcomings, essentially promoting illiteracy among generations of American students.
Join the "Ladies of Another View" for an episode packed with riveting discussions that resonate deeply with those who value tradition, the sanctity of family, and the preservation of our nation's rich heritage.
We were created by God to be in relationship with others and to have community, Tina Yeager says. Tina is a therapist and the author of Upcycled: Crafted for a Purpose, which walks readers through craft-oriented lessons that foster community teamwork and relational activities.
David and Stacy Whited delve into the comforting message of divine protection. Grounded in timeless biblical truths, this discussion offers solace and encouragement to conservatives who often feel beset on all sides by cultural shifts and political pressures.
Trent and Andrew are joined by Jim Ferguson to mark the anniversary of Benedict Arnold's infamous betrayal, cleverly drawing parallels to current debates on governance and questioning whether America still, in a manner of speaking, bows to a king.
The State of Florida has made a surprising decision to introduce a classical college admissions test, positioning it as an alternative to the proven SAT and ACT. Known for their thorough examination of educational shifts, Katie and David question the real motives and potential pitfalls of this decision.
The Ladies of Another View engage in a rich dialogue with their esteemed guests from Turning Point USA Faith Coordinators. Today's conversation will traverse a range of pertinent topics that echo the sentiments of many freedom-loving Americans.
In this episode, Stacy and David engage in a profound conversation with the eminent Clay Clark and Dr. Kirk Elliott on the emerging dynamics of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) and the BRICS alliance, which encompasses Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.
The spotlight shines on the recent inflammatory statement by the head of America's second-largest teacher's union. The union boss has controversially likened the conservative advocacy for parental rights and choice to the historical and reprehensible tactics employed by racists during the era of school segregation.
“Whatever is the loudest gets your attention, and whatever gets your attention gets your life." Julia Gentry founded “Dream Factory and Co.,” and travels the country speaking, encouraging, and helping people bridge the gap between their dreams and reality.
On today's episode of "Across the Pond," Andrew Henderson kicks things off with an enlightening discussion about an upcoming landmark announcement from the UK. The government is poised to prohibit the sale of fossil fuel-powered vehicles by 2035, aligning with the European Union's aggressive environmental strategy. But is it as clear-cut and environmentally proactive as it seems?
Seth Holehouse delves deep into the concerning vulnerabilities of our nation's power grid, an issue that has been alarmingly overlooked by mainstream outlets. In today's technologically advanced era, our society's reliance on electricity is greater than ever before. But what happens when this lifeline is severed?
Join David and Stacy Whited, the dynamic duo behind Flyover Conservatives, as they delve deep into pressing health and freedom issues facing America today. In this special episode, recorded live from Clay Clark's Reawaken America Tour in Las Vegas, NV, the Whiteds sit down with three esteemed experts in the medical field: Dr. Bryan Ardis, Dr. Eric Nepute, and Dr. Simone Gold.
**In this episode of Educated, Louisiana Senator John Kennedy shakes the halls of Congress.** Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo delve into the recent shockwaves sent through Congress. Senator Kennedy, Republican from Louisiana, broke from the traditional niceties of the Senate floor, reading out graphic excerpts from two controversial books that are finding their way into the hands of young students in schools and public libraries nationwide.
In this episode, Dr. Duke is joined by special guest Vicki McKenna. The duo discusses a concerning topic: some school libraries in Wisconsin have books that many believe are not appropriate for kids.
In today's insightful episode of "Across the Pond," Andrew offers a thorough overview of traveling through Europe, sharing his experiences, tips, and insights on exchange rates and the nuances of driving across the diverse European landscape.
So many people misunderstand the difference between passion and purpose, which leads to major confusion, explains dynamic speaker, concert pianist, and team leader Jade Simmons.
"The Stew Peters Show" is a program that shines a light on topics that many mainstream media outlets tend to overlook. Recently, a lot of attention has been given to the events of January 6th, with many calling it an "insurrection". However, there's another side to the story that isn't being told as much.
In a poignant and insightful episode of "Across the Pond," Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson bring to light some of the most pressing issues from both sides of the Atlantic. Trent is visiting Maryland, and couldn't help but celebrate the immense agricultural heritage of the state. Immersing himself in the rich history, Trent emphasized the significance of Maryland's contribution to American agriculture and the pivotal role it plays in today's food landscape.
**Ladies of Another View** is excited to spotlight the inspiring Ana Vasquez! Ana Vasquez isn't just any figure; she is a staunch patriot, embodying the principles of liberty and freedom upon which our nation stands. Beyond her patriotic fervor, Ana is an entrepreneurial force to be reckoned with, offering invaluable insights as a Business Coach.
The Roughrider Rodeo Association Finals were held at the Healing Horse Ranch in Parshall, Sept 1-3. A family rodeo association that is full of rodeo events from young to veteran competitors was in full swing. ‘Trailer talk’ and ‘behind the chutes chats’ were all live at the finals, with contestants and your co-host, Tisa Peek of Dakota Horse Magazine.
In a recent episode, Doug Billings delves into the intensifying issue of division within the Republican party, particularly in light of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's latest comments. As Governor Kemp firmly takes a stand against some of his fellow Republicans who are targeting Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, Billings unpacks the layers of this political rift.
In this deeply revealing episode of "Man In America", host Seth Holehouse offers an urgent exploration of the escalating events in France, with a stark warning from General McInerney: the riots unfolding across the French landscape may serve as a blueprint for the U.S.
**Ladies of Another View** welcomes the illustrious Mandy Iverson, Mrs. North Dakota International, in a riveting session of profound discussions and delightful tales.
"The Stew Peters Show" dives deep into the latest claims and controversies surrounding world health events. Today, the spotlight is on the World Health Organization. Some believe that the organization might not be completely transparent about its future plans.
In this captivating episode of "Across the Pond," Trent Loos is joined by Andrew Henderson to recount Andrew's enlightening journey through Europe. Navigating the changing landscape of European agriculture, they discuss the worrisome trend of small-scale farms disappearing at an alarming rate.
In this illuminating episode of "Man In America," host Seth Holehouse welcomes the fearless Dr. Carrie Madej. A bastion of free thought and a champion for medical transparency, Dr. Madej sheds light on the undisclosed narratives that have been silently shaping the course of public health and policy.
Christie Hutcherson quit a lucrative job supplying the military and pentagon to fight for America! She has spent numerous hours traveling along the US/Mexican border and tells of the atrocities at the border including rape trees, sex trafficking, drug smuggling, slaughter houses for human parts among other crimes.
"Flyover Conservatives" with David and Stacy Whited is an enlightening and engaging show aimed at delving deep into the conservative ethos. Driven by unwavering commitment to traditional values, the Whiteds engage in insightful dialogues and feature thought-provoking guests from a range of backgrounds. In this episode, prophecies are discussed and the Prophetic Report with Stacey Whited.
On the latest episode of "Educated" with Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo, we delve deep into a concerning trend that has been quietly emerging in our nation's esteemed institutions of higher learning. As it turns out, many college professors feel they are being pressed into a corner, with no choice but to dilute the academic rigors of their courses. The reason? A significant portion of the incoming students, having graduated from high school and being admitted to colleges, are reportedly struggling with basic math skills.
Pastor Scott Mitchell talks about underground tunnels, bases, UFO technology, a coming grand delusion, and the genetic makeup of the Antichrist being a Nephilim hybrid.
In this episode of "The Dr. Duke Show," we dive into the heated debate between Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida and President Joe Biden. Governor DeSantis takes a stand against what he believes are extreme views on climate change. He challenges some of the claims made by climate activists, whom he calls "climate lunatics." The show will explore both sides of the argument and why it's important for our country. If you're interested in politics and how different leaders think about big issues, this episode is a must-watch!
In the latest enlightening episode, Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson welcome their esteemed guest, Damien Buckley. Fresh off his experience at the National UK Dairy Show, Damien opens the door to a rich dialogue on the invaluable role farm shows play in today's world. These gatherings, as Trent and Damien articulate, serve as crucial hubs of interaction, fostering the kind of face-to-face discussions that seem to be slipping through the cracks of our digital age.
There are many things about Biblical history and ancient culture that the world keeps hidden, and one of those topics are the facts behind the Nephilim and giants of old. Scott Mitchell is a pastor, teacher, and the host of the mind-blowing Bible Mysteries Podcast.
"The Stew Peters Show" dives deep into some of America's most talked-about mysteries. Today, Andrew Johnson joins the show to discuss a thought-provoking theory: Could direct energy weapons have been used to turn the Twin Towers to dust on that fateful day, September 11th, 2001?
Join David and Stacy Whited as they host "Flyover Conservatives," a dynamic podcast aiming to give voice to the heartland of America. This episode features the incisive commentary of former federal prosecutor and previous Chief of Staff to the Department of Defense, Kash Patel. Patel takes listeners on a deep dive into the intricate web that is the 'deep state,' shining a light on its key players, their roles, and the implications they have on our government and the nation.
In a landscape saturated with coastal elitism and media bias, David and Stacy Whited stand out, embodying the authentic spirit of Middle America with their show, "Flyover Conservatives." The couple seeks to engage their audience with pressing issues, timeless wisdom, and genuine conversation that resonates with the heartland of America.
On the latest episode of "Across the Pond," we had the pleasure of welcoming back Damien Buckley, filling in for the venerable Andrew Henderson. As ever, Damien brings a firsthand perspective from the fields of the UK, quite literally this time! He spent the day amidst the waving stalks of a cornfield, offering listeners an in-depth look into the state of the UK’s corn crop.
In Matthew 24, Jesus says that the prelude to the seven years of tribulation will echo the culture of the wickedness of the days of Noah. According to Paul Wozniak, a Bible teacher and gifted researcher, the days of Noah are clearly here, along with the depravity of the days of Lot.
On this episode of “Ladies of Another View”, delve deep into the pressing concerns that impact our nation today. Esteemed Congressional reporter for Epoch Times, Mark Tapscott, sheds light on the college loan quandaries affecting countless Americans.
Naomi Rossow was a strong supporter of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame as well as assisting is the resurgence of the Medora Ranch-o-Rama rodeo. She passed away 2 years ago. Her daughter Emily Vernlund speaks about her mother and talks about her struggles with grief, lupus and harsh mental health issues.
In this heartwarming episode of "Ladies of Another View", we pay homage to the bedrock of our families: our grandparents. As Grandparents Day approaches, our hosts delve into the time-honored values, stories, and traditions passed down through generations that have shaped our nation.
Dive deep into America's rich past with Trent Loos, as he is joined by distinguished Civil War reenactors, Sergio Jimenez and Tyler Sponsel. Together, they underscore the imperative of genuinely grasping our nation's history.
Join David and Stacy Whited on "Flyover Conservatives" as they delve deep into America's rich heritage with William J. Federer. Nationally recognized as a prolific speaker and best-selling author, Federer serves as the president of Amerisearch, Inc., an esteemed publishing house committed to unearthing and celebrating America's noble lineage.
On this special Red Shirt Friday edition of "Trent on the Loos," Trent pays tribute to the valiant souls who have served or are currently serving our nation. These individuals, both past and present, are celebrated for their sronf commitment to protecting the freedoms and values that the United States stands for.
On **The Stew Peters Show**, a beacon for truth seekers, Stew grapples with the pressing questions of our time. As the nation grapples with the actions of the "Covidians", a pertinent query rises: Should these individuals face trial for their alleged betrayal of the nation?
In this enlightening episode of *Ladies of Another View*, the hosts invite a special guest, Representative Lori Van Winkle from North Dakota's District 3. The discussion kickstarts with pressing state-level concerns, notably property taxes, as they dive deep into the nuances and impacts on the residents of North Dakota.
"Flyover Conservatives" with David and Stacy Whited delves into a deep and insightful discussion on the intricate intersections of modern prophecies, the enigmatic figure of Donald Trump, the spiritual significance of Hawaii, and the timeless truths contained within Psalm 24.
On this episode of "The Dr. Duke Show," Dr. Duke is joined by special guest, Alex Newman, to talk about a big decision from a Federal Court in Maryland. This court said that parents do not have a basic right to say no to a certain lesson about gender.
There is no doubt about it: cancer is the pervading disease of the modern age. At Oasis of Hope, cancer patients are given a chance to optimize their mind, body, and soul.
In recent times, libraries, often considered the cornerstone of a society built on knowledge, have been part of several controversies controversy. Susan Harmon, a dedicated librarian, dives deep into the intricacies of these library controversies, particularly shedding light on Montana's bold move to sever ties with the National Association. Her insights provide a glimpse into the deeper implications of such decisions on the sanctity and freedom of knowledge dissemination.
In this riveting episode, esteemed guest Jim Ferguson joins hosts Trent Loos and Damien for a deep dive into the iconic origins of 'Uncle Sam'. Their shared insights set the stage for a timely and important debate on the topic of "Net Zero" and discussed what tree burying is.
In this inspiring episode, Trent Loos welcomes the indomitable spirit and world-class rower, Jayme Linker, to the platform. Rising above adversity and shattering expectations, Jayme opens up about her personal journey, confronting and conquering a daunting eating disorder to eventually dominate the world stage.
In a riveting episode of *Flyover Conservatives*, hosts David and Stacy Whited sit down with economic analyst and market expert Edward Dowd to unpack the data pointing towards some unpredictable shifts in the political and socio-economic landscape over the next 3-5 years.
In an age where America's educational institutions seem infiltrated by propaganda and history re-writes, Stew Peters offers a voice of clarity. He goes deep into the pressing topics of our day, ensuring that the truth is notrovershadowed by narratives that serve special interests.
In this episode of Counter Culture Mom Show, hear from physician and Fox News Contributor Nicole Saphier, M.D. regarding her nine-year-old son, Hudson, who received a scary diagnosis last year that changed his life forever.
On this episode of "Across the Pond", Damien Buckley jumps in for Andrew Henderson. Damien and Trent chat about how modern farmers are pulling off growing more food, even when it seems like they've got less to work with. It's not just about having food on the table but making sure everyone's fed in the future.
Dive deep into America's rich past with Trent Loos, as he is joined by distinguished Civil War reenactors, Sergio Jimenez and Tyler Sponsel. Together, they underscore the imperative of genuinely grasping our nation's history.
"Man in America," hosted by Seth Holehouse, tackles one of the most controversial and pressing topics of our time in this gripping episode. Dr. McCullough, a respected expert in the field, presents startling evidence suggesting that 500k-600k Americans have tragically lost their lives due to the vaccine, and forewarns of more dire consequences on the horizon. This episode is an essential watch for those who seek an unfiltered, conservative perspective on the intricacies and potential repercussions of the nation's health decisions.
In this episode of "Flyover Conservatives" with David and Stacy Whited, Dr. Mark Sherwood shares rare insights, while Aaron Antis, in Part 6 of his series, discusses discerning God's subtle messages. Dive into a mix of faith-based perspectives and enlightening truths seldom addressed in mainstream channels.
On this episode of "Across the Pond," Trent Loos is joined by Damien Buckley, filling in for regular co-host Andrew Henderson. The two kick things off by reveling in the splendid UK weather, underscoring its positive implications for agricultural producers.
In this episoe of Ladies of Another View, rural communities in rural North Dakota will receive high-speed broadband internet soon. Hear about how grant dollars are helping to connect communites that have been waiting years. Learn how to survive grief, and why children should not be ostracized for not being vaccinated.
In this intriguing episode of "Man In America", host Seth dives deep into the transformation of global economics, placing his focus on the BRICS nations: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.
MHA (Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara) Nation Rodeo Finals were held in Twin Buttes, North Dakota. Young, Senior and competitors in between competed for year end championships and prize money doing what they love and do best...rodeo! This event has a long and stories history which Tisa Peek of Dakota Horse Magazine digs into as she chats with some interesting people like Kiera Mavity, Marvin Driver and Kroy Fitzpatrick.
In this enlightening episode of The Stew Peters Show, we delve deep into the pressing matter of election integrity, questioning the authenticity of our electoral system's division into "swing states" and the "red and blue" classifications. Is it all a facade?
In this episode of "Flyover Conservatives", the show dives into pressing national conversations from a conservative lens. Key topics include an expose on President Biden and a supposed lie, as highlighted by Dan Bongino.
Join us on 'Man In America' as host Seth Holehouse delves into an enlightening conversation with Anna Khait.
In a recent viral video, a Colorado student faced an unexpected lesson in modern-day political correctness. He was pulled out of class and instructed to remove a Gadsden flag patch from his backpack on the grounds that it "represents slavery."
In today's episode of "Across the Pond," Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson discuss what caused so many people to attend a rivalry Nebraska volleyball game. Plus, a livestock ballot initiative causing a ruckus in Oregon. And, don't miss video of one man's travel companion who takes up the entire side of his vehicle!
Big Tech platforms have been cracking down on free speech over the last decade. Jason Sheppard witnessed corrupt Covid lockdown protocols where he worked in 2020, and saw the threat to our freedoms. He kickstarted a free speech social media platform, Wimkin (World Must Know Now), to provide social media alternatives for Americans to post and read what they wanted, without being deplatformed.
"Educated" with Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo dives deep into a recent decision by an Oregon school district that, in a bid to promote equity, now mandates teachers to accept late assignments without any penalties and prohibits them from awarding zero grades, even in instances of academic dishonesty.
Today's edition of "Across the Pond" offers listeners a laid-back and light-hearted conversation between our hosts, Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson. While Jim Ferguson, a regular Thursday guest, added his usual touch of humor and insight, the trio seems to lean into the spirit of banter more than hard-hitting topics today.
Join the "Ladies of Another View" as they delve into the riveting journey of Zane Brosowske, a recent college graduate who braved the elements, embracing the spirit of traditional American tenacity, as he kayaked solo around Lake Superior in just 63 days.
Sam Anthony understands the media better than most people. Twenty-three years ago, he predicted that brick-and-mortar newspaper and magazine companies would go out of business in the face of an oncoming digital age.
In this episode, we unpack a startling incident from Oklahoma where a third-grade teacher seemed reluctant to leave her summer break behind.
"Flyover Conservatives" with David and Stacy Whited offers an engaging deep-dive into pressing topics from a conservative lens, shedding light on the stories mainstream media might sideline. In this episode, former Green Bay Packer, Ken Ruettgers, challenges prevailing narratives by sharing candid insights about vaccine injuries.
Paul Dragu escaped Communist Romania with his family when he was just eight years old, and he has never lost his appreciation and love for the uniqueness of American freedom. Today, he is the communications director for The John Birch Society and host of The New American TV Show.
On today's episode of "The Stew Peters Show", we're diving deep into the realm of tennis to explore whether Novak Djokovic, beyond his undeniable skills on the court, might just be the greatest tennis player of all time. But it's not just about his athletic prowess.
Join Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson on the latest episode of "Across the Pond," where they engage in thought-provoking discussions into the growing influence of individuals of Indian and Pakistani descent in the global political arena, examining the implications of this trend on traditional values and policies.
Join the esteemed panel of "Ladies of Another View" as they delve deep into some of the most pressing topics of our time. Scott Shephard, the insightful Director of the National Center for Public Policy Research, shines a light on the controversial lawsuit the Free Enterprise Project has lodged against Starbucks.
"Trent on the Loos" welcomes esteemed guest, Rebecca Terrell, Senior Editor for the renowned New American Magazine. Together, Trent and Rebecca offer an incisive and thoughtful analysis of GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy.
On today's "The Stew Peters Show," delve deep into the hidden machinations of the Medical Industrial Complex as we explore the possibility of more lockdowns and the looming threat of another orchestrated pandemic.
Ladies of Another View presents an enlightening session with former abortion chain owner, Carol Everett. Carol bravely shares her personal journey, beginning from an abortion that she herself did not desire, to her later role in actively selling abortion services in her own chain of clinics.
"Man In America" with host Seth Holehouse delves into the eye-opening perspective of Todd Callender, who presents a controversial yet intriguing argument; Elected or just Acting?
In the latest episode of "Across the Pond," Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson tackle a variety of topics with the insight and depth listeners have come to expect. The show kicks off with Trent's recounting of the Nebraska State Fair, where his daughter exhibits animals, sharing a poignant and significant moment in their family's journey.
At at the bustling North Dakota State Fair, Tisa Peek met with Andy Gores who proudly showcased his incredible black Percheron draft horse team. The amount of effort he poured into these horses was clear, as they not only looked stunning but also snagged the first-place title. And it wasn't just about the horses; Andy’s whole family was in on the action, including his granddaughter.
"The Stew Peters Show" brings to light the pressing issues that America faces today. As we reflect on the past events of the pandemic, it's crucial that we stand firm and ensure such orchestrated crises don't blindside our nation again. Join us as Clint Russell from "Liberty Lockdown" delves into what might be brewing next in the globalist's agenda.
In today's insightful episode of "Across the Pond", hosts Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson delve into a myriad of pertinent topics. From the eagerly awaited "Across The Pond" tour set for late October to the intricacies of dairy farming, the duo ensured no stone was left unturned.
In this captivating episode of "Trent on the Loos," journey with Trent as he visits the vibrant Ho-Chunk Village, the Winnebago Indian reservation in Nebraska. Engage in a deep and meaningful conversation with Ho-Chunk Inc.'s CEO, Lance Morgan.
Join the "Ladies of Another View" for a deep exploration of North Dakota's political and cultural narratives. The episode takes a detailed look at the ND Legislative Scorecard presented by the North Dakota Family Alliance. With insights from Executive Director Mark Jorritsma, the scorecard offers a transparent overview of how the recent legislative session resonates with the core values of families and businesses in North Dakota.
Dive deep into the controversial incidents that stirred up the American educational and political sectors. Join our hosts as they unveil the audacious attempts of a communist-admiring, far-left activist group to tarnish the efforts of Moms For Liberty and the esteemed education expert, Dr. Duke Pesta.
As the world keeps a keen eye on Elon Musk's groundbreaking endeavors, one has to wonder, are we entrusting too much in the capabilities and decisions of one influential innovator? Meanwhile, the battle against free speech continues to wage on.
In this riveting episode, David and Stacy Whited welcome Jane Clement and Donne Clement Petruska to delve into life's most profound question: "What is your purpose and why are you here?" The discussion hones in on the role of faith, conservative values, and the belief in American exceptionalism in shaping one's sense of purpose.
On the captivating show "Man In America," host Seth Holehouse fervently delves into some of the most pressing and contentious topics of our times. The central theme revolves around Holehouse's vehement concerns about what he perceives as a dual threat: the communist and satanic forces that he believes are working to overthrow the values and foundations of the U.S. and, on a larger scale, the global community.
Twitter/X, rising as the beacon of "free" social media, is gaining increasing attention. But is it time for users to question their trust in tech giants like Elon Musk? Plus, an alarming rise in lawlessness among the youth, particularly in major cities, has become a focal point of concern. Are Democratic policies to blame? And a look into Trump's immigration plan.
A California mom says she was fired after voicing her concerns at a school board meeting regarding the school's new Sex Education curriculum. Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo unpack the details of the case and the disturbing allegations of grooming in the curriculum and the pressure this mother faced from other moms in the community and ultimately, her employer.
The Stew Peters Show discusses concerns about Twitter's reputation as a "free" platform while being governed by former WEF member Linda Yaccarino and requiring users to submit personal data for verification. The show also covers the need for a Republican candidate to challenge Trump on the Covid response and criticizes candidate Vivek Ramaswamy for his ties to Big Pharma.
The Ladies of Another View discuss the upcoming Presidential Debate in Wisconsin, the lineup of candidates, and notable absences like Donald Trump. They express concerns over allegations linking Hunter Biden's emails to President Joe Biden's involvement in Ukraine. The Ladies stress the importance of adhering to the U.S. Constitution as intended by the founding fathers and criticize Democrats for allegedly circumventing it. The discussion concludes with a challenge to name states with Native American names.
"Trent on the Loose" features a riveting conversation between host Trent Loos and special guest David Schneider, Regional Director for Convention of States. The two discuss the necessity of empowering Americans to regain the freedom and liberty that are integral to the Constitution.
"Educated" hosts Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo discuss the ongoing controversy in Wisconsin, where female athletes are facing a growing trend of boys competing in girls' sports. While the spotlight is often on issues like shared locker rooms, our hosts highlight that the primary concern for these young women is a level playing field.
The discussion on the Dr. Duke Show takes a more critical turn as Dr. Duke and Vicki McKenna express concerns about the potential dangers of the "Adult Babies" trend. They argue that this trend, along with the broader shifts within the LGBTQ community, could lead to adults making inappropriate sexual decisions on behalf of children.
In this episode of "Ladies of Another View," host Mary Graner talks with U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer and security expert Ross Kennedy. Senator Cramer shares his work in Washington and views on the Second Amendment. The conversation shifts to land ownership in America, focusing on national security concerns related to foreign ownership near military bases with Ross Kennedy.
Examine the rebuilding efforts in Maui following devastating fires and hear about Governor Josh Green's commitment to ensuring that Lahaina remains an affordable place for locals. With an eye towards preserving the unique character and cultural heritage of Lahaina,The Ladies discuss Green's proposal to acquire land for workforce housing or a memorial for those lost.
"Flyover Conservatives" with David and Stacy Whited is back with another eye-opening episode, revealing the sinister workings of the Chinese Communist Party. Joining them is cybersecurity expert Ava Chen, who details how the CCP is infiltrating our digital lives through hacks and surveillance.
"Across the Pond" with Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson takes on another episode with special guest Jim Ferguson, offering a unique perspective on the recent Mike Lindell election integrity conference. Trent, who was in attendance, provides a firsthand account of the proceedings, including insights from a conservative standpoint.
"Flyover Conservatives," hosted by David and Stacy Whited, is a show that explores conservative perspectives on national and global issues. In this episode, they discuss the socio-economic challenges in Maui with entrepreneur Clay Clark, plus an historic virtual event featuring former President Donald Trump.
Guest Jeff Lindsay has personal experience with Artificial Intelligence, and says the Tech Is NOT the Problem
On "The Dr. Duke Show", Governor Ron DeSantis boldly confronts the 'Deep State' and its perceived unchecked authority. A strong advocate for constitutional rights and conservative ideals, DeSantis probes potential excesses and confronts established beliefs, promoting transparency, accountability, and foundational American values. This episode offers valuable insights into the deep state's impact on the nation.
"Across the Pond" with Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson offers a sharp, conservative perspective on the pressing issues of our times. Joining them every Thursday is the ever-insightful Jim Ferguson, delving deep into a medley of topics that challenge mainstream narratives.
Totalitarian states are threatened by Christians firmly grounded in their faith. Stew Peters uncovers the power dynamics in such states. He also celebrates with Gabriel Rench, who recently secured a notable legal victory against the city of Moscow, Idaho, underscoring the importance of standing resolute in our convictions.
On a recent episode of The Stew Peters Show, viewers were taken through a series of deeply unsettling events highlighting concerns from various corners of the globe. Beginning with the alarming raid on Alfredo Luna's residence, military veteran Luna detailed the disturbing actions of FBI agents and made claims about their intentions, notably around remarks related to President Trump and the broader issues plaguing American law enforcement.
In a recent episode of the conservative talk show, "Ladies of Another View," the focus shifted to the ever-evolving world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the sociocultural implications surrounding the transgender debate. The episode provided insights from professionals in the AI domain and healthcare, while also offering a touching personal story of family.
As a parent, model behavior that you want your children to exhibit when they become adults. Start a K-12 program in your area easily through the EQUIP 210 Partnering Program. Lesley Russell's program aims at helping kids see their value and worth in the eyes of their Creator.
Andrew Henderson delves into the unexpected intricacies of his Visa application, highlighting a peculiar question regarding his social media accounts.
Farm Life Unveiled: Chickens & Eggs with Trent Loos
Defamation Lawsuit, Malaria Outbreak, and Glacier National Park: An Enlightening Discussion with Clay Clark on Ladies of Another View
DeSantis Fires Back: Analyzing Kamala Harris's Claims about Florida's Controversial History Curriculum Revision
Laura Bartlett, formerly of Four Funny Females, is a patient advocate who founded the Hospital Hostage Hotline amid COVID-19. This resource assists patients who feel forcefully confined in hospitals. Bartlett emphasizes the importance of informed consent, patient rights, and urges patients to be prepared with crucial documents from OurPatientRights.com. She also highlights the issue of medical boards being misused to target good doctors and equates treatment without consent to "medical rape."
In this "Across the Pond" episode, hosts Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson, along with guest Jim Ferguson, delve into the implications of electronic tracking in farming, discuss a UK parliamentary inquiry into Covid vaccine mishaps amidst rising myocarditis cases, and expose the dismissive attitude of an expert at a South Dakota CO2 pipeline hearing, all from a conservative viewpoint.
Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo explore why less than 25% of young people see capitalism as good on "Educated." From a conservative standpoint, they challenge misconceptions and advocate for a balanced understanding, delving into education, society, and the real impacts of capitalism.
"Across The Pond" delves into significant issues affecting the United States and the global community, disscusing an amendment to the National Defense bill controlling land sales to foreign adversaries, the complexities of a Ukraine-Russia peace deal, and the impacts of a CO2 pipeline on landowner rights and politics. They also address Chinese involvement in the pipeline project and the implications of India's decision to stop exporting rice.
In this episode of "Across the Pond," hosts Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson analyze the controversial UK energy policy and rising US gas prices due to dwindling oil supplies. They question the authenticity of low unemployment rates, known as "Bidenomics," and discuss the conservative Free Soil Coalition's objectives. They also address the public apathy caused by Covid lockdowns.
"The Stew Peters Show" invites guests Mindy Robinson, Andrii Telizhenko, Simon Ateba, and Mike Dillon to tackle diverse topics. Discussions include Homeland Security's troubling surveillance of Americans, the Biden family's corruption with insights from a whistleblower, the New York Times' dishonest campaign against Ateba, and the environmental impact of Canadian wildfires. The episode also highlights a product for securing clean air, the TriadAer system.
"Trent on the Loos" features Trent Loos and NeAnne Clinton in a compelling discussion about the importance of local leadership and the need to end centralized government planning and control. They highlight the significance of community-driven initiatives for a self-reliant America.
In this episode of "Educated" with Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo, the hosts discuss the imminent opening of a taxpayer-funded queer middle school in Arizona.
In this episode of "Flyover Conservatives," hosts David and Stacy Whited discuss the film "Died Suddenly and Final Days" with director Matthew Skow. They also explore the current financial crisis, with an in-depth look at the situation where banks have limited cash reserves and the potential steps individuals can take to safeguard their finances. The episode serves to inform, empower, and foster a conservative viewpoint on modern issues.
Danielle Baker, a 17-year veteran hospice nurse, was pressured to take the Covid shot two years ago or face losing her job and health benefits. Tragically, she experienced a severe adverse reaction, leaving her permanently disabled and diagnosed with transverse myelitis. Despite her expertise, there is little knowledge on how to help Covid-injured Americans with neurological problems, leaving many suffering without proper support.
In this episode of "Ladies of Another View," Epoch Times reporter Nanette Holt discusses a range of topical issues. She explores the reported decline in foot traffic at Walt Disney parks and its potential impact on the tourism industry. Holt also examines the alarming emergence of malaria cases in the U.S., providing insights into the affected regions and the CDC's response. Lastly, she analyzes the political dynamics between former President Donald Trump and Governor Ron DeSantis, shedding light on the implications of their conflicting statements about DeSantis's political ambitions.
In "Educated," hosts Katie Petrick and David Fiorazo discuss traditional parenting methods, underpinned by Biblical principles. They, alongside experts, explore the wisdom of simpler child-rearing techniques, fostering resilience and faith in the next generation.
Join us for a provocative episode of Across the Pond, where the hosts discuss the important contributions of freed slaves to the establishment of cowboy culture, as well as the the necessity of careful monitoring and managent of immigrants and refugees (referencing incidents such as the shooting in Fargo as a context for their concerns. They also talk over their frustration that the filem "Sound of Freedom" is struggling to get recognition in mainstream media outlets, and question media bias and it's threat to protecting free speech.
In this compelling episode of The Stew Peters Show, Stew engages with Patriot J on Barack Obama's controversial policies, notably his alleged defense of grooming children. Jonathan Choe joins to discuss the underlying chaos in Seattle, offering an in-depth look at the city's transformation. David Marcus gives his perspective on the recent Hollywood strike and its potential silver lining for Americans. Lastly, Stew delves into the early Christian beliefs about the end times and the second coming of Christ, providing historical context to contemporary Christian faith.
"Ladies of Another View" offers an in-depth analysis of the economy, job growth, and inflation trends with Epoch Times business reporter Andrew Moran, stressing the need for sound fiscal policies. The show also features Lori Hinz, discussing Turning Point USA Action's ACTCON2023, a conference aiming to empower young conservatives. A highlight is the "Fun Fact or Fiction" segment that sparks debate on inflation trends, making it a must-listen for insights on crucial economic topics and conservative discourse.
Guided by time-honored values and Biblical teachings, the hosts, along with expert guests Dr. Jerry David, Sarah Mwania, and Shirley David, challenge the complexity of contemporary parenting. They propose a common-sense, faith-based approach to child-rearing, focusing on fostering resilience and wisdom in the next generation.
In this episode, Joe Biden's assertion of Ukraine's triumph over Russia and Ukraine's NATO membership rejection are discussed with Edward Szall from Cross Talk News. Dan Hartman joins to talk about the tragic death of his son, allegedly due to the Covid-19 vaccine, raising questions about the roles of government and big pharma. Lorina Troy, featured in Netflix's 'Take Care of Maya,' shares her heart-wrenching experience with CPS. Finally, Mike Dillon returns to examine a strange drill involving a 'non-toxic' gas in NYC's subways in 2021.
In this episode, Dr. Rick Becker advocates for abolishing property taxes in North Dakota, suggesting the state could leverage the Legacy Fund instead. He also criticizes the proposed CO2 pipeline and Governor Doug Burgum's ambiguous stance on pro-life issues. Guest Jared Hendrix proposes a political age cap of 80 years to maintain a cognitively sharp legislature. The episode concludes with a charming dance competition featuring an elderly couple.