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Health Threats From Household Items

Health Threats From Household Items

Following a cancer scare, during which he was approached by researchers and asked about his exposure to chemicals from common household items, i.e. weed killers, glue, detergents, plastic meat wrap, etc, McKay Jenkins set about doing his own research for clues into the toxins that are getting into our...

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The Newsletter Guru: Overcoming Challenges

The Newsletter Guru: Overcoming Challenges

Whether your biggest challenges are in your business or personal life, pushing through the fear and challenges to success begins with realizing you’re not alone and adopting the attitude of never giving up. Jason Hartman interviews co-author of It’s Okay to Be Scared But Never Give Up, Jim Palmer...

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U.S. National Debt - How High Can We Go?

U.S. National Debt – How High Can We Go?

Join Jason Hartman and Craig R. Smith, Chairman of Swiss America Trading Corporation, for a discussion of the U.S.’s monetary policy, distorted pricing, creating money out of thin air, the outrageous national debt, inflation, and more. Craig says he is thoroughly convinced that governments around the...

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Dumbing Down Our Kids - On Purpose

Dumbing Down Our Kids – On Purpose

Teaching basic reading, writing, and arithmetic has been systematically replaced with an agenda-based curriculum run by government organizations, shifting America’s educational system from one of learning facts and figures to changing values and beliefs, i.e. brainwashing. Join Jason Hartman and whistleblower...

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Can Permaculture Save the World?

Can Permaculture Save the World?

Join Jason Hartman as he interviews Paul Wheaton, founder of Richsoil.com and Permies.com, on the benefits of permaculture, which is a different way of gardening without irrigation. Listen at: www.HolisticSurvival.com for more details. Paul’s definition of permaculture is creating a more symbiotic...

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Too Much Justice for Big Business?

Too Much Justice for Big Business?

We all remember the famous McDonald’s hot coffee case where Stella Liebeck sued McDonald’s after her scalding coffee spilled and burned her. But do we know the actual facts? Jason Hartman interviews Susan Saladoff, former attorney and producer of the documentary “Hot Coffee,” regarding the distorted...

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The Hidden Dangers of Lyme Disease

The Hidden Dangers of Lyme Disease

With spring coming into full swing, so are ticks and the warnings of Lyme disease. But just how serious is this disease? Jason Hartman interviews Tom Grier, Executive Director of Pathology Studies at MIBDEC, a non-profit organization. Listen at: www.HolisticSurvival.com. Tom tells his horrendous personal...

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The LaRouche PAC and Economic Sufficiency

The LaRouche PAC and Economic Sufficiency

Join Jason Hartman for an interesting interview with Harley Schlanger, the Western States Bureau Chief for the controversial and interesting LaRouche Pac. Harley defines the purpose of LaRouche Pac, describing it as based on the intersection of philosophy, history and science, looking at economics as...

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Slandered Online? Here's What to Do

Slandered Online? Here’s What to Do

A friend Googles your name and on the front page, in the No. 1 position, is something negative about you. It could be a bad review, an old incriminating photo, or even an old criminal mug shot for some petty crime you committed in college. How did it get there and by whom? Join Jason Hartman as he interviews...

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Role of Jurors - by the Constitution

Role of Jurors – by the Constitution

The original intent of a jury was to keep government tyranny in check. In today’s legal system, jurors are rarely told that they have this power. Jason Hartman interviews legal scholar and civil liberties activist, Roger Roots, on the responsibilities of juries and the Constitutional purpose of juries....

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