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How to Slow the Aging Process

How to Slow the Aging Process

Dr. Aubrey de Grey, a biomedical gerontologist, joins Jason Hartman on this episode to discuss how close we’re getting to finding the proverbial Fountain of Youth. Dr. de Grey explains that the aging process is simply the collection of early stages of the illusion of old age, i.e. cell damage and loss....

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Victimizing America's Small Farmers

Victimizing America’s Small Farmers

On this episode of Holistic Survival, Jason Hartman talks with Karine Bouis-Towe, founder of Grassfed on the Hill Buying Club, about the benefits of raw milk over commercially pasteurized milk and how the government, including the FDA, has launched aggressive and forceful raids against America’s small...

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Freedomnomics: Free Market vs. Half-Baked Ideas

Freedomnomics: Free Market vs. Half-Baked Ideas

Jason Hartman and economist and best-selling author, John Lott, discuss Lott’s book, “Freedomnomics: Why the Free Market Works and Other Half-Baked Theories Don’t.” Listen at www.HolisticSurvival.com/radioshows. In his book, Lott answers many common economic questions, such as are free market...

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The Fiscal Cliff was Just the Beginning - Say Hello to the Debt Ceiling

The Fiscal Cliff was Just the Beginning – Say Hello to the Debt Ceiling

With our Washington DC politicians, it’s always something. They managed to scrape together a deal that prevented America from plunging over the “fiscal cliff,” whatever that was, just in time to stare a February debt ceiling debate right in the face. Haven’t we been here before? Yep, and it’s...

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Atlas Shrugged - Sometimes a Movie Matters

Atlas Shrugged – Sometimes a Movie Matters

We’re not going to sit here and pretend that tomorrow’s release of the conclusion to the cinematic adaptation of Ayn Rand’s classic dystopian novel, Atlas Shrugged, is likely to set the world on fire. It might not even be a decent movie. Hollywood has a knack for squandering excellent source material. So...

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