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Paul Wheaton

HS 87 – Explaining Permaculture With Paul Wheaton

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’...

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Susan Saladoff

HS 86 – “Hot Coffee” with Susan Saladoff

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 dist...

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Tom Grier

HS 85 – Bad Science and Lyme Disease with Tom Grier

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:  Read More

Steven Wyer

HS 83 – “Violated Online” with Steven Wyer

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 a...

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Roger Roots

HS 82 – The Proper Constitutional Role of a Juror with Roger Roots

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 j...

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Dr. David Rock

HS 80 – “Your Brain at Work” with Dr. David Rock

Join Jason Hartman and co-founder and director of Neuro Leadership Institute, Dr. David Rock, as they explore conceptual issues of the brain as it pertains to work, such as focus, managing distractions, why our brains feel taxed, and how to maximize mental resources. Listen at:  Read More

George Maschke

HS 79 – Don’t Trust a Lie Detector with George Maschke

The lie detector is not a test for truth and the polygraphists know this. Join Jason Hartman as he interviews expert and co-founder of AntiPolygraph.org, George Maschke on the fallacy of lie detectors. George states that the practice of using a polygraph test has not been scientifically proven to...

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The Many Faces of Armageddon

The biblical version of Armageddon occurs in the New Testament Book of Revelation, generally referring to a coming epic battle between the forces of good and evil on earth. Modern usage of the term has come to mean a variety of end-of-the-world scenarios. During the 1950's, the primary worry was ...

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Robert Zimmerman

HS 78 – Exploring Global Warming and Space with Robert Zimmerman

Join Jason Hartman and Robert Zimmerman, space explorer and science journalist, as they explore the issues behind “global warming” and the impact these issues could potentially have on the human race. As Bob explains, science is being corrupted by political and governmental forces “either because...

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Linda Schurman

HS 77 – Predictions for 2012 and Beyond with Linda Schurman

Astrologer Linda Schurman feels 2012 is going to be a rough year for all people around the world due to physical and psychological conditions and events, based on a number of configurations.  Join Jason Hartman as he interviews Linda, editor and publisher of Soothesayer newsletter and author of <...

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