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Gordon Chang

HS 101 – A Candid Look at North Korea and China with Gordon Chang

Jason Hartman is joined by author, Gordon G. Chang, to discuss the looming proliferation of nuclear weapons, particularly in North Korea. Gordon talks about the skepticism surrounding North Korean intentions, noting that the KNO-8 missile was unveiled and was to be transported on TELs, Transporter Erector...

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Clay Jenkinson

HS 100 – Original Intent of Our Founding Fathers with Clay Jenkinson

We have hit our 100th episode of Holistic Survival and want to thank all of our listeners for your continued interest and dedication to our show, as well as all of our guests who have helped us make this show a success with their interesting stories and insights! To celebrate our 100th episode, Jason...

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Alex Haddox

HS 98 – Real World Self-Defense with Alex Haddox

With a growing wealth disparity across the U.S. as the middle class moves out of expensive states or is significantly reduced to poverty in other areas, there comes ripe ground for a battle between the “haves” and “have-nots.” It is becoming more and more important to protect oneself and family...

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Ted Sumner

HS 97 – “Deep Cover Cop” with Ted Sumner

Join Jason Hartman as he leads author, Ted Sumner, through a fascinating true story about Ted’s undercover police work with the San Jose Police Department and how the War on Drugs could be approached much differently. Ted began his undercover work in the ‘70s at the age of 25, as an undercover cop...

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John Long

HS 96 – “Darwin’s Devices” with John Long

How can robotics teach us about history, while showing us the future potential of technology? Hollywood depicts robots overthrowing the world. Is this actually possible? Join Jason Hartman as he interviews Professor of Biology John Long about how using robotics can help us understand evolutionary processes....

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Scott Cleland

HS 95 – “Search and Destroy: Why You Can’t Trust Google, Inc,” with Scott Cleland

Google has created many incredible and intuitive products to make our lives easier. But at what cost to people’s privacy? They can take pictures of your house; they can track your searches and emails to bring you ads and information relevant to your habits and content, and much more. Jason Hartman...

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Daniel Vitalis

HS 94 – “Rewild Yourself, Rewild the Planet” with Daniel Vitalis

Human domestication from a less natural diet and lifestyle has slowly but surely led to degeneration of our species. Jason Hartman is joined by Daniel Vitalis, health and nutrition specialist, for a discussion of getting back to the “wild,” understanding the effect of our processed and hybrid foods,...

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Ken Presner

HS 93 – Alternative Healing Therapy through Zapping with Ken Presner

Join Jason Hartman as he interviews The Ultimate Zapper inventor, Ken Presner, about an interesting alternative to healing from many illnesses and diseases. Ken shares some of his story about his amazing recovery from Multiple Sclerosis and near fatal experience with Crohn’s disease. Ken was inspired...

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Rosa Koire

HS 92 – “Behind the Green Mask” with Rosa Koire

On this episode, Jason Hartman interviews author and Executive Director for The Post Sustainability Institute, Rosa Koire. This is an incredible interview regarding UN Agenda 21 Sustainable Development, a plan that was designed by the United Nations, signed on by George H. W. Bush in 1992, to inventory...

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McKay Jenkins

HS 91 – “What’s Gotten into Us?” with McKay Jenkins

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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