The day after his explosive performance on Question Time, actor Laurence Fox joined Brendan O’Neill to discuss the woke world of Hollywood, the myth of white privilege, and the wisdom of ordinary people. Become a regular spiked donor: https://www.spiked-online.com/donate-to-spiked/
El exsecretario del Departamento de la Vivienda, Fernando Gil Enseñat, aseguró en Exclusiva en el programa Sin Miedo por NotiUno 630 que la gobernadora Wanda Vázquez y otros funcionarios sabían de la existencia de varios almacenes con suministros en varios puntos de la Isla.
The latest Irish Times / Ipsos MRBI poll, conducted in the days after the calling of the general election, shows Fianna Fáil edging ahead of Fine Gael and Sinn Fein gaining significant support. Pat Leahy is here with all the numbers and analysis.
Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on January 20, 2020. Visit: www.thetrumpet.com/stephen-flurry [02:00] ‘Megxit’ (11 minutes) Harry and Meghan are no longer royals, the Queen announced over the weekend. The couple will no longer hold royal titles, no longer receive public funds, and will no longer formally represent the royal family. It’s a hard break! In this segment, I look at the rapid changes in Britain’s royal family over the past three years, and how they relate to an extraordinary Bible prophecy! [13:30] Impeachment (10 minutes) Democrats have said impeachment was a serious and somber duty, even as they have laughed, cheered and fist bumped along the way. In this segment, I look back at an article my father wrote after the 2000 presidential election crisis and explain how relevant it is today. [23:00] End Times Are Upon Us (12 minutes) A recent article in Real Clear Defense took an honest, sober look at the world as it is today. It almost read like an article from theTrumpet.com. More and more people are beginning to see that calamity and war are a reality that we must prepare to face. [37:30] Bible Study: ‘I Serve’ (18 minutes) Queen Elizabeth II’s motto back in the 1950s was “I serve.” In the midst of today’s royal soap opera, I review what it means to be true servants.
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at ‘reflexivity’ and whether or not increased stock prices are themselves pushing rates up as buyers chase the markets higher without any consideration of fundamentals. They also consider the rise of passive index funds – the opposite of value investors, as passive investors don’t look at any fundamentals but merely buy a basket of the highest-performing shares in whichever sector they are investing. In the second half, Max continues his talk with Egon von Greyerz of GoldSwitzerland.com about value investors like Warren Buffett sitting on huge piles of cash while passive index funds gobble up the market. They also discuss the latest developments in the gold sector.
An article in the Washington Post called for the impeachment of Donald Trump just 17 minutes after his inauguration. Then came the two-year, $25 million Muller witch-hunt over Russian collusion. The verdict? No collusion. Now the Democrat controlled house voted to impeach him on charges of obstructing Congress. What is really behind all of this? We’ll explain on today’s edition of End of the Age.
Activists Netfa Freeman and Perry Redd join us to discuss the real legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., beyond whitewashing and distortion. Then we discuss the controversial gun rally that took place in Richmond, Virginia this week.
In this episode of NL Hafta, Abhinandan Sekhri, Manisha Pande, Raman Kirpal, and Mehraj D Lone of Newslaundry are joined by Anuradha Bhasin of Kashmir Times. Abhinandan begins the discussion by asking Anuradha about the significance of the arrest of Davinder Singh, a deputy superintendent of police in Kashmir, along with two militants he was ferrying in his private car. She responds that Singh has a shady record. “Obviously these people are not operating on their own,” she adds, “That there’s somebody patronising them, to which level and how deep does this go, these are very vital questions.” Abhinandan agrees, “It is not unheard of for governments to use militants or other people, or even the armed forces.” On whether Singh’s is a case of a cop gone rogue, Raman argues, “If nothing comes out, let’s say in the next two months, three months, then obviously the government has something to hide.” Mehraj doesn’t buy the argument of the cop gone rogue. It’s preposterous, he says. Pointing out that there’s evidence of Singh enjoying patronage, he adds, “A person who is admitting in an interview, on record to a journalist, that he tortured people is sent as a peacekeeper.” Talking about the Indian media’s silence on the matter, Manisha remarks, “I thought it was very fascinating that there was complete silence from this ecosystem for about 24 hours till Sambit Patra gave his press conference blaming the Congress.” Abhinandan believes that it wasn’t a case of the media ignoring the story, it was them being told not to talk about it. Discussing India Today’s JNU sting, Abhinandan expresses his discomfort with the news channel’s “monkey balancing” act on the matter. “Dude, one party was trying to break people’s heads with hammers and hiding their faces doing it, the other party was pulling cables and not hiding their faces doing it.” Mehraj adds that the leftist students were disrupting services which is a legitimate form of protest. Anuradha agrees, saying the whole balancing act was disproportionate. On the ethics of sting, Raman says, “I always say that a sting can be part of an investigation, but it can’t be an investigation in itself.” Manisha’s concern is with the idea of stinging the lowest common denominator. “I would be happy if you sting the VC, sting the Delhi police guy who was incharge, sting the top ABVP guys.” Mehraj echoes her view, noting the Indian media usually go after small fry. The panel also discuss the hanging of Nirbhaya’s rapists becoming a campaign issue in Delhi, Bipin Rawat’s remarks about deradicalisation centres, and much more. Tune in!
In this episode, Front Running looks at the signature policy from presidential candidate Andrew Yang. If Wall Street is getting richer thanks to the trillions of dollars the Fed has deployed to bailout the financial system, why shouldn't the ordinary citizen also get some of this 'free money?' Yang is proposing a $1000 per month no questions asked 'freedom dividend' for all US citizens. Is this a solution to the problems of globalization? For this episode of Front Running, Max and Stacy are joined by guests, Sinclair Skinner, an entrepreneur with a background in engineering, Marshall Auerback, a market analyst and a researcher at the Levy Institute, and Josh Crumb, a businessman and former Wall Street banker. They discuss the issue of justice, and how voters feel they have been ripped off by the current political and economic setup, where only some are too big to fail. They also debate whether or not automation or trade deals are the route source of the declining incomes of the working class. Is a universal basic income the right answer? Would Bernie Sanders' idea for a 'jobs guarantee' work better? And what about the ideas from the right rather than the left? F.A. Hayek, the Austrian-British economist, had originally proposed a sort of universal basic income (UBI) policy decades ago, when he suggested that a minimum floor would create a fairer market for jobs, as it would put the employee on a more level playing field with employer. Tune in to learn more about the possibilities and perils of UBI.
Microaggression monitors, the Labour leadership race, and the latest awards show controversies. Tom Slater, Ella Whelan and Fraser Myers discuss. Support spiked by becoming a regular donor today: https://www.spiked-online.com/donate-to-spiked/
Trump at Davos, an attack on freedom of speech, school choice at the Supreme Court, the peace agreement within weeks, world government and prayer in public schools—all in the news today. We will discuss the prophetic implications of these events on today’s edition of End of the Age!
One month after Labour's catastrophic defeat, James Butler is joined by Richard Seymour to dig into attempts to understand the loss, and how the left moves on from it. https://novaramedia.com/?p=16881
On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses the outsized influence of the writer, Ayn Rand, on America's business and financial elite with New York University professor and author, Lisa Duggan. Duggan's new book is entitled 'Mean Girl: Ayn Rand and the Culture of Greed.'
Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on January 21, 2020. Visit: www.thetrumpet.com/stephen-flurry [00:30] Megxit Update (3 minutes) The former Prince Harry gave his first public speech since leaving Britain’s royal family. [03:30] Impeachment Day (8 minutes) Democrats know they don’t have enough evidence to try their impeachment case in the Senate. Now, they’re calling for more investigations into President Donald Trump. This is the only strategy they have left—the never-ending investigation. [11:00] Virginia Gun Laws (25 minutes) Democrats hold all the power in Virginia, and they’re hurriedly using it to write new, unconstitutional gun laws into the books. Pro-Constitution demonstrators gathered at the state’s capitol yesterday to rally against the new laws being proposed. The left-wing media repeatedly referred to the protesters as white nationalists, and were eagerly hoping for another Charlottesville-type tragedy to unfold. In this segment, I talk about the prophesied civil war coming to America. [37:30] Arms Race (12 minutes) A recent report highlighted the surging weapons sales—and not just purchases by individuals, but by nations. Trends like this indicate that terrible times are ahead. Where should you put your trust and confidence for protection? [50:30] E-mails (4 minutes)