Peter Lee, editor of China Matters, discusses the possibility of a nuclear arms race in East Asia where Japan, South Korea and Taiwan could easily become nuclear powers and create their own deterrent to Chinese dominance, hastening the end of US hegemony.
Jeffrey Carr, a cyber intelligence expert and CEO of Taia Global, Inc., discusses the hack of an NSA server containing powerful hacking tools and malware used to infect computers around the world; the vulnerabilities in computer and networking hardware made by US tech companies like Cisco; and how cyber warfare between the US and Russia could escalate.
Michael Bell, a retired Air Force pilot and activist-father of a police shooting victim, discusses how he found common cause with police union boss Jim Palmer to enact a Wisconsin state law mandating independent investigations of police violence.
Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi discusses the July 2016 Turkish coup and its aftermath; President Erdogan’s purge of political opponents with no connection to US-exile and supposed coup-plotter Fethullah Gulen; and why he doesn’t believe the CIA was involved.
Eric Margolis, a journalist and author of American Raj, discusses the seemingly endless and pointless US war in Afghanistan, exacerbated by the “bumbling, stumbling” Obama administration foreign policy team of Susan Rice, Samantha Power and Hillary Clinton.More Interviews
Scott tells you how to get your hands on a brand new book of long-lost Murray Rothbard essays.More Shows
Check it out yall!: Exclusive to listeners of this show! Anyone who donates $50 or more to support the show gets a copy of the brand new Never a Dull Moment: A Libertarian Look at the Sixties a collection of lost Murray Rothbard essays from 1967 and 1968 on Vietnam, the civil rights movement, LBJ, Nixon and much more.
So help support the show and be the first to get your eyes on this badass brand new Rothbard book!
Never a Dull MomentMore from Stress