David Sumrall joins us today to discuss his documentary Righting History: The Journalistic Battle of January 6th. We will also get into the evidence of deep state backing, agent provocateurs, and police violence during the events in DC on January 6th.
David Sumrall created StopHate in 1992 as a result of the L.A. Riots to bridge the divide and bring peace and healing, through educating people of the division supported by the media, with a focus on communication and community. We have participated in peaceful protests, rallies, and community meetings to help open communication and educate people that not everyone chooses hate as a first response. In the mid-90’s we stood against groups including the KKK, and rhetoric against certain leaders in groups including the Nation of Islam. Fast-forward to now, we’ve been active in local communities, and developing relationships with other social media influencers to build a bigger team, pool resources, spread our message to a bigger audience, and organize toward what our vision of victory looks like.
Alan Myers joins us to discuss women of the American Revolution, Red Pill Expo, and the lessons we can learn from history. We will also delve into current events and more.
Dr. Jack Cashill joins us today to discuss the history to discuss the background of Barack Obama, his communist connections, and legacy. We will also delve into Dr. Cashill’s new book Barack Obama’s Promised Land: Deplorables Need Not Apply.
Jack has written for Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Weekly Standard, American Thinker, WND, The American Spectator, the Washington Times, and serves as executive editor for Ingram’s, a regional business magazine.
Jack has published fifteen books under his own name and collaborated discreetly on twenty others. He has produced a score of documentaries for regional PBS and national cable channels.
Jack has a Ph.D. from Purdue University in American studies, has taught media and literature at Purdue and at Kansas City area universities, and served as a Fulbright lecturer in France.
Debbie Bacigalupi is a Californian cattle rancher who is in-demand throughout the west as an educational speaker on Agenda 21, the 2030 Agenda, Cap and Trade, Sustainable Development, property rights, dams and water rights, “conservation” and other related issues.
She attends many conferences including the 2012 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, COP21 and the 2015 UN Paris Climate Change Conference, Navigating the American Carbon World on Cap and Trade, the Western Governors Association Crucial Habitat Conferences, and many Fish and Wildlife meetings and hearings on the Endangered Species Act.
Ms. Bacigalupi co-produced and/or inspired timely documentaries: Blue, No Water No Farmer No Food, and Wolves in Government Clothing – all focusing on how aggressive environmental policy is harming rural America.
Discouraged by the erosion of rural America, she ran for the U.S. House of Representatives in 2012. Ms. Bacigalupi holds a BS degree in Business and a Masters in Business Administration and is a Certified Meeting Professional and Sommelier. Her entrepreneurial spirit and passion to free rural America and change lives through education inspired her to open her own business with Rodan+Fields (dbacigalupi.myrandf.biz). She is Ambassador-at-Large for Technocracy.News.
National recording artist and patriot Jordan Page joins us today to discuss his upcoming concerts, COVID, and the state of the Republic. He will also share two of his songs and how to wake people up.
Chris Marcus joins us to discuss the silver market, the economy, and the rigged economic system.