This week Guy and Mike challenge the dysfunctional loyalty towards the dominant civilized culture, while simultaneously challenging the narratives that some of our listeners may hold. Inspired by the comedy of Louis C.K., this show attempts to find the root of our core beliefs. We took calls and had some excellent contributions from our listeners.
This week’s show included a conversation with environmental writer Sean Prentiss. He is best-known for his book, Finding Abbey: The Search for Edward Abbey and His Hidden Grave. We conclude with a brief climate-change update.
Guy and Mike are joined by professor and clinical psychologist Steve Ilardi where we discuss depression being a disease of civilization. Guy also gives a substantial climate update.
Mike and Guy were joined by independent journalist Cory Morningstar. We discussed the largely unknown horrors of the non-profit industrial complex. We finished, as usual, with an update on the climate front.
Guy was joined today by Professor Jim Fetzer, known primarily for his work debunking the official narrative regarding historical events such as 9/11, mass shootings, and “false flags.” Four callers joined with questions, and the show wrapped with a short climate-change update.
We were joined today by award-winning author and public speaker Marty Essen. We also took calls from four callers, and we wrapped with the customary climate-change update.
This week we visited with Doug Peacock, a prolific writer who lectures regularly about wilderness and veterans issues. He served two tours in Vietnam as a Green Beret medic, trying to preserve life on the edge of the battlefield. He came home an emotional and spiritual wreck. With the publication of Edward Abbey’s The Monkey Wrench Gang in 1975, Peacock became a hero not only to other veterans, but to a nascent contingent of environmentalists. Peacock was the subject of a feature film about grizzlies and Vietnam called Peacock’s War. The film premiered on PBS Nature, and won the grand prizes at the Telluride Mountain film and the Snowbird film festivals. You can read more about Peacock at his website, dougpeacock.net
This week’s show included a conversation with Sarah Perry, author of the 2014 book, Every Cradle is a Grave. We wrapped with a climate-change update, consistent with our usual approach.
This week Guy, Mike and Paul discuss and analyze the words of prominent climate scientist, Michael Mann. Guy adds some climate news as well.
Mike and Guy interviewed Gail “the Actuary” Tverberg for her well-informed perspective on economic collapse. We included on an extensive climate-change update and comments about COP21 in Paris.
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