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Brandon Straka, The founder the #WalkAway campaign, is a former Liberal and former Democratic Party supporter who has very publicly walked away from the political Left and created a social movement encouraging others to do the same.His original YouTube video about his decision to leave the Democratic Party went viral in May of 2018, launching this explosive movement, uniting Americans across all demographics to leave the divisive left. President Trump publicly acknowledged Brandon’s success in organizing the first ever #WalkAway March on Washington DC, with over 5,000 attendees. Brandon’s charismatic leadership and the #WalkAway message of unity and standing up against the left’s attack on American ideals resonate with people around the globe.
Kathleen Willey (born June 2, 1946) is a former White House volunteer aide who, on March 15, 1998, alleged on the TV news program 60 Minutes that Bill Clinton had sexually assaulted her on November 29, 1993, during his first term as President. She had been subpoenaed to testify in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case. In October 2016, Willey joined Donald Trump for a press conference before the second presidential debate to air grievances against Hillary and Bill Clinton. The conference also included Juanita Broaddrick, (Interview I did with Juanita HERE) Paula Jones, and Kathy Shelton. At the time of the alleged assault by President Clinton, Willey was married to Edward Eugene Willey, Jr., a lawyer. He committed suicide on November 29, 1993. Willey was remarried in November 1999 to Bill Schwicker, whom she divorced in 2006. Currently, she works and resides in Powhatan County, Virginia.Source:
This week I have the great pleasure of sitting down for the second time with the first person I ever interviewed, the bestselling author,  J. Randy Taraborrelli. He has written a new book on the Kennedys called "The Kennedy Heirs" which has gotten rave reviews in the media.We also discuss his first ever book on Diana Ross, his book on the Hiltons, and a sneak preview of his upcoming book still in progress on the Bush family.Lastly, we discuss his several interviews with the man who would become our President,  Donald J. Trump!It was such a pleasure and I hope you enjoy.
Wilson earned a BA in classical studies and a BA and an MA in philosophy from the University of Idaho. In addition to his role as pastor of Christ Church, he is a founder and Senior Fellow in Theology at New Saint Andrews College, founder and editor of Credenda/Agenda magazine, and founder of Greyfriars Hall, a three-year ministerial training program. He also serves on the governing boards of New Saint Andrews, Logos School (a Christian private school), and the Association of Classical and Christian Schools. Wilson was instrumental in forming the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches. He is married to Nancy Wilson and has three children, including N. D. Wilson, and 16 grandchildren.'s note: Joeseph Conrad's novel was called "End of The Tether", not "Joy At The End Of The Tether".
David DiMuzio has accumulated over 200 million views on YouTube as a singer/guitarist and music performance coach, and has released hit songs in four different languages. He is also recognized for his gold medal at the 2001 International Juggler’s Association World Championships.David has written songs for and recorded with virtually every hot new recording artist in the Philippines including notably Yeng Constantino, Yassi Pressman, Mikey Bustos, Rivermaya’s Jayson Fernandez, and Monique Lualhati. In addition he’s recorded duets with other Asian stars like Singapore’s Kewei Tay, and China’s pop opera star Wang Fang for whom he wrote the 2017 movie theme song “Wake”. David’s one man show which he has headlined theaters in over 90 countries performing combines the best of all his talents including singing, guitar, juggling, ukulele, and comedy.For more info visit
 Juanita Broaddrick is a retired registered nurse and former nursing home owner.   In 1999, she burst into the public consciousness when she accused President Bill Clinton on national television of raping her as he ran for Governor of Arkansas.  It was a TV appearance she dreaded but felt compelled to come forward after being deposed by Independent Counsel regarding the events of April 25, 1978.   The NBC Dateline interview, however, was held by NBC until after the Impeachment hearing was over and finally aired two weeks later opposite the Grammy Awards.After the trauma of relating the horrific events on national TV, Juanita wanted nothing more to do with the media and faded from the public eye until the Presidential Campaign of 2016.    It was then she heard about a tweet Hillary Clinton had made late in 2015.  Hillary tweeted, "I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault.  Don't let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard.  You have the right to be believed….and we're with you".   Juanita could stay quiet no longer, remembering how she and the other victims of Bill Clinton had been harassed and threatened by Hillary Clinton. She asked her grandson to show her how to use Twitter.On January 6, 2016, Juanita tweeted, "I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton, Arkansas Attorney General, raped me and Hillary tried to silence me.   I am now 73….it never goes away."   The tweet went viral, instantly, and she has been tweeting in support of Donald Trump ever since.   Juanita, along with other victims of Bill Clinton, appeared with Mr. Trump at the 2nd presidential debate October 9, 2016, in St. Louis.  She has been interviewed numerous times on Fox News by Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Martha MacCullam, Judge Jeanine and Jesse Watters,  on CNN by Jake Tapper and SE Cupp, on OAN TV by Graham Ledger and on CRTV by Eric Bolling.  She continues to do  interviews on national radio shows, including the Sean Hannity radio show.  Juanita has written a book about her life and the years of trauma and emotions of being raped by a powerful man.   Now as we see the women coming forward telling their stories of sexual assault by another powerful Attorney General from New York, she remembers what it was like so many years ago.   Their comments in the New Yorker are a haunting reminder of what she went through.  One said, "What do you do if your abuser is the top law-enforcement official in the state?"   Exactly, …….her thoughts four decades ago.  And now we see the double standard by the Democrats by elevating the uncorroborated allegations of Dr. Christine Ford while turning their backs on Broaddrick during the impeachment of Bill Clinton 1999.   Juanita's book is titled, "You'd Better Put Some Ice on That".  Those are the words Bill Clinton said to her after he raped her, referring to her swollen, bleeding lip.  Those words will forever be a reminder of that day in 1978.  
Richard Carrier, Ph.D., is a philosopher and historian with degrees from Berkeley and Columbia, specializing in the contemporary philosophy of naturalism, and in Greco-Roman philosophy, science, and religion, including the origins of Christianity. He blogs and lectures worldwide, teaches courses online at The Secular Academy, and is the author of many books, including his defense of a naturalist worldview in Sense and Goodness without God, his academic case for the non-existence of Jesus in On the Historicity of Jesus, his work on historical methodology in Proving History, his study of ancient science in Science Education and The Scientist in the Early Roman Empire, his responses to 21st century Christian apologetics in Why I Am Not a Christian and Not the Impossible Faith, and an anthology of his papers on the subject of history in Hitler Homer Bible Christ. He has also authored chapters in many other books, and articles in magazines and academic journals, and on his namesake blog, covering subjects from politics and philosophy to feminism and polyamory. For more about Dr. Carrier and his work see
Laura Elizabeth Loomer (born May 21, 1993) is a conservative journalist, political activist, and Internet personality. She was a reporter for Canadian far-right website The Rebel Media during the summer of 2017, resigning that September.  Prior to June 2017, she worked for Project Veritas with James O'Keefe.Source:
Karen Straughan is a divorced mother of three who has been writing fearlessly on gender issues since 2010. An anti-feminist and advocate for men and boys, she has contributed to a body of non-feminist, evidence-based counter-theory with the aim of reconciliation between the sexes and a more positive view of masculinity. Though she has no academic background, her work has been featured in high school and university classrooms in the US, Canada and elsewhere to introduce students to a more holistic and empirical, and less divisive, approach to gender issues. She lives with her long-suffering partner of 9 years, her three horrible children and two ridiculous dogs in Edmonton Alberta Canada.You can find her heretical opinions on Twitter @girlwriteswhat and on YouTube at
Walter V. Robinson (born January 13, 1946) is an American investigative reporter for The Boston Globe, where he has worked as reporter and editor for 34 years. From 2007 to 2014, he was a Distinguished Professor of Journalism at Northeastern University in Boston. Robinson currently holds the title of Editor-at-Large at the Boston Globe, as well as the Donald W. Reynolds Visiting Professor of Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, and a Professor of Practice at Northeastern University.Robinson led the Globe's coverage of the Roman Catholic clergy sexual abuse scandal, for which the newspaper won, and he personally accepted, the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.[1][2] The last investigation Robinson led for the Spotlight Team, called "Debtors Hell", exposed the practices of debt collectors.[3] That work was a finalist for the Local Reporting Pulitzer in 2007. The Pulitzer Board cited the staff's "well documented exposure, in print and online, of unscrupulous debt collectors, causing two firms to close and prompting action by state officials."[4] Robinson has reported for The Boston Globe from 48 states and more than 30 countries.Robinson was portrayed by Michael Keaton in the 2015 film Spotlight, the winner for Best Picture at the 88th Academy Awards.[Source:
Walt Pavlo is a nationally recognized speaker who lectures on all aspects of white collar crime and federal law enforcement. In addition to speaking, Walt is the co-founder and president of Prisonology, an expert testimony, consulting and training firm for issues on the Federal Bureau of Prisons.Walt co-authored "Stolen Without A Gun" with Neil Weinberg (Reporter at Bloomberg) and is currently a contributor to and the New York School of Law's Compliance and Enforcement Program where he writes on white-collar crime and the federal legal system. He is a Loyola Law Journalism Fellow. Over the past 14 years Pavlo has presented at top ranked business schools, accounting firms, law enforcement agencies and professional societies as part of their training program. He recently appeared on CNBC's American Greed for his coverage of the Sky Capital trial. Pavlo is represented by the speaker's bureau 500 Pearl Street ('s story and work have been covered by Forbes, NY Times, Wall Street Journal, NBC Today Show, National Public Radio and ABC Nightline. He is a frequent contributor on white-collar crime on CNBC and Fox Business. When not speaking, he is covering white-collar crime for and his own website www.500PearlStreet.comVisit Walt's Website: .
Lawrence Maxwell Krauss (born May 27, 1954) is an American-Canadian theoretical physicist and cosmologist who is Foundation Professor of the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University, and director of its Origins Project.[2]He is an advocate of the public understanding of science, of public policy based on sound empirical data, of scientific skepticism and of science education, and works to reduce the influence of what he regards as superstition and religious dogma in popular culture.[3]Krauss is the author of several bestselling books, including The Physics of Star Trek (1995) and A Universe from Nothing (2012), and chaired the Bulletin of the Atomic ScientistsBoard of Sponsors.[4]After some time in the Harvard Society of Fellows, Krauss became an assistant professor at Yale University in 1985 and associate professor in 1988. He was named the Ambrose Swasey Professor of Physics, professor of astronomy, and was chairman of the physics department at Case Western Reserve University from 1993 to 2005. In 2006, Krauss led the initiative for the no-confidence vote against Case Western Reserve University's president Edward M. Hundert and provost John L. Anderson by the College of Arts and Sciences faculty. On March 2, 2006, both no-confidence votes were carried: 131–44 against Hundert and 97–68 against Anderson.In August 2008, Krauss joined the faculty at Arizona State University as a Foundation Professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at the Department of Physics in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. He also became the Director of the Origins Project, a university initiative "created to explore humankind's most fundamental questions about our origins".[2][8] In 2009, he helped inaugurate this initiative at the Origins Symposium, in which eighty scientists participated and three thousand people attended.[9]Krauss appears in the media both at home and abroad to facilitate public outreach in science. He has also written editorials for The New York Times. As a result of his appearance in 2002 before the state school board of Ohio, his opposition to intelligent design has gained national prominence.[10]Krauss attended and was a speaker at the Beyond Belief symposia in November 2006 and October 2008. He served on the science policy committee for Barack Obama's first (2008) presidential campaign and, also in 2008, was named co-president of the board of sponsors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. In 2010, he was elected to the board of directors of the Federation of American Scientists, and in June 2011, he joined the professoriate of the New College of the Humanities, a private college in London.[11] In 2013, he accepted a part-time professorship at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics in the Physics Department of the Australian National University.[12]Krauss is a critic of string theory, which he discusses in his 2005 book Hiding in the Mirror.[13] In his 2012 book A Universe from Nothing Krauss says about string theory "we still have no idea if this remarkable theoretical edifice actually has anything to do with the real world".[14][15] Another book, released in March 2011, titled Quantum Man: Richard Feynman's Life in Science, while A Universe from Nothing —with an afterword by Richard Dawkins—was released in January 2012 and became a New York Times bestseller within a week. Originally, its foreword was to have been written by Christopher Hitchens, but Hitchens grew too ill to complete it.[16][17] The paperback version of the book appeared in January 2013 with a new question-and-answer section and a preface integrating the 2012 discovery of the Higgs boson at the LHC. On March 21, 2017, his newest book, 'The Greatest Story Ever Told—So Far: Why Are We Here?' was released in hardcover, paperback, and audio version.A July 2012 article in Newsweek, written by Krauss, indicates how the Higgs particle is related to our understanding of the Big Bang. He also wrote a longer piece in the New York Times explaining the science behind and significance of the particle.[18]source:
Mark Edward Whitacre (born May 1, 1957) is an American business executive who came to public attention in 1995 when, as president of the Decatur, Illinois-based BioProducts Division at Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), he became the highest-level corporate executive in U.S. history to become a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) whistleblower. For three years (1992–95), Whitacre acted as an informant for the FBI, which was investigating ADM for price fixing.In apparent retaliation for his role as an informant,[7] ADM investigated Whitacre's activities and, upon discovering suspicious activity, requested the FBI investigate Whitacre for embezzlement. As a result of US$9.5 million in various frauds, Whitacre lost his whistleblower's immunity, and consequently spent eight-and-a-half years in federal prison. He was released in December 2006. Whitacre is currently the chief operating officer and President of Operations at Cypress Systems, a California biotechnology firm.The Informant! is a Warner Bros. feature film released on September 18, 2009. Produced by Jennifer Fox and directed by Steven Soderbergh, the dark comedy/drama film stars Matt Damon as Whitacre. The screenplay by Scott Z. Burns is based on Kurt Eichenwald's book, The Informant, with most of the filming done in Central Illinois (Moweaqua and Decatur).[23] In the movie, the character of Whitacre is portrayed as exhibiting bizarre behavior, including delusions, mania, and compulsively lying. It was eventually learned that Whitacre was suffering from bipolar disorder.[23]Source: also recommend taking a look at these links that Dr. Whitacre was nice enough to provide me with personally:The links that I was referring to about FBI support is (and their take on the movie is linked below): the short trailer of the 2010 Discovery Channel Documentary of the real FBI agents including Brian Shepard linked below:
Reston was an assistant to U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Stewart Udall (1964–1965) and served in the U.S. Army (1965–1968) as an intelligence officer. He was a lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of North Carolina (1971–81).[1] Reston is a Senior Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington D.C.[2] and has been a fellow at the American Academy in Rome and a resident scholar at the Kluge Center at the Library of Congress.Reston is the author of 17 books, three plays, and numerous articles in national magazines. His works of both fiction and non-fiction cover a wide range of historical and political topics. Five of his works, Galileo: A Life, The Last Apocalypse, Warriors of God, Dogs of God, and Luther's Fortress have been translated into thirteen foreign languages. Warriors of God was an international best seller. The Last Apocalypse was a main selection of the Book of the Month Club in 1999. His 2015 book, Luther's Fortress, was nominated for the prestigious Philip Schaff Prize for the best book about church history published in 2015-16. Reston was David Frost's Watergate adviser for the historic Nixon Interviews which forced ex-President Nixon to apologize for his Watergate crimes and remains the most watched public affairs television program in broadcast history. (The Watergate interrogation had an audience of 57 million viewers.) His book on the historic interviews, The Conviction of Richard Nixon, is the basis for the hit play, Frost/Nixon, in which the Jim Reston character is the narrator. In the Hollywood film adaptation of the play, directed by Ron Howard, Reston is played by the actor, Sam Rockwell. The movie received 5 Academy Award nominations. Reston's 2013 work, The Accidental Victim, is a non-fiction book about John F. Kennedy's assassination which argues that Texas Governor John Connallywas Lee Harvey Oswald's intended victim.[3]In 1985 Reston was the Newsweek, PBS, and BBC candidate to be the first writer in space on the NASA space shuttle. That program was scrapped after the Challenger accident in January 1986.Reston's three plays are: "Sherman the Peacemaker" which premiered at the Playmakers Repertory Company in Chapel Hill, N.C. in 1979; "Jonestown Express" premiered at the Trinity Square Repertory Company in 1982; "Galileo's Torch", which adapted from his biography of Galileo, has had seven productions between 2014–17, including at the University of Oklahoma, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, and the Castleton Festival in 2017.Reston's articles have appeared in The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Time, The New York Times Magazine, George, Esquire, American Theatre, Playboy, and Rolling Stone.r In recent years he has lectured widely in the United States and overseas on the millennium and the Crusades, citing their relevance to modern issues.Source:
      Thank you for tuning in! I am your host Josh Cohen. In my debut interview, I have the pleasure of speaking with best-selling author and television personality, J Randy Taraborelli. He has written 14 New York times bestsellers!We discuss our mutual love of Martial Arts, how he got his start as a journalist, his friendship with and experience writing the famed biography of Michael Jackson., as well as his various Kennedy books and much more!I hope you enjoy and please feel free to leave any feedback!Thank you!
Peter Hitchens Interview

Peter Hitchens Interview


Thank you for tuning in! I am Josh Cohen. This week I talk with famed Journalist and author Peter Hitchens. You probably know him as the younger brother of famed atheist and public intellectual Christopher Hitchens. We discuss a myriad of subjects including his thoughts on the freedom of speech, his capacity as the unofficial obituarist of Britain, Islam, feminism, keynesian economic theory and indeed we discuss his brother has well. He was quite gracious with his time and we talked for about an hour.It was a pleasure and I think you will enjoy the discussion immensely.
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