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In 2020 Greg Ellis set out on a journey to explore the condition of the male experience via a new video and podcast series, The Respondent. The Respondent is a multimedia conversation on positive masculinity; a whodunnit, in which Greg—as both lead detective and key perpetrator—works to track down the co-conspirators of men’s demise and the secrets to their reclamation. It’s also an exploration of how becoming a modern man today demands we reimagine masculinity, rethink fatherhood and revita ...
 
Albert Dadon AM aka Albare, the Entrepreneur and Jazz guitarist, goes deep into discussion with high calibre international musicians, and finds out what defines their success. They share intimate insights into their lives and stories that happen on the road that give you an authentic picture about the other side of the musical coin. Podcast weekly or therabout.
 
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Xander Berkeley is an actor who has appeared in The Walking Dead, 24, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Air Force One and much more. In this episode of The Respondent, Greg Ellis and Xander discuss family inside and outside of entertainment, Xander's efforts to bring film to Maine, Johnny Depp, political correctness and much more.…
 
Andrew Sullivan is a British-born American author, editor, and blogger. A political commentator, and former editor of The New Republic, Sullivan is the author or editor of six books. He started a political blog, The Daily Dish, in 2000, and eventually moved his blog to platforms, including Time, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, and finally an indepen…
 
Andrew Sullivan is a British-born American author, editor, and blogger. A political commentator, and former editor of The New Republic, Sullivan is the author or editor of six books. He started a political blog, The Daily Dish, in 2000, and eventually moved his blog to platforms, including Time, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, and finally an indepen…
 
In the first of a three part special, epistemologist Dr. Gary David leads The Respondent on an auditory journey through birth, development, and further learning of the 'self.' Drawing from some of obstetrician Frederick Leboyer's book, Birth without Violence (1975), Dr. David recites, in poetic form, the possible perceptions and feelings of embryos…
 
Naomi Schaefer Riley is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute focusing on issues regarding child welfare as well as a senior fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum. She also writes about parenting, higher education, religion, philanthropy and culture. Naomi is a former columnist for the New York Post and a former Wall Street Journ…
 
Juan Pablo Torres is a father facing 20 yrs in prison for kidnapping... his own daughter. Police helicopters, hostage negotiators, extradition proceedings, sensational news media stories about armed men wearing body armor, multiple law enforcement agencies in two states; the manhunt for Juan Pablo Torres stretched from PA to NY when Cheltenham Poli…
 
Steven Baskerville, PhD, widely recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on fatherhood and family policy, discusses the The Legal Horrors of The American Divorce Machine. He unmasks the victim perpetrators and unethical predators within family law and discuss the sinister sexual politics at play. Steven Baskerville is an adviser to the …
 
Cathy Young discusses false accusations of domestic violence within family law, false rape allegations on college campuses, the challenges men face reconciling modern vs traditional masculinity, the libel case between Johnny Depp and The Sun Newspaper, Amber Heard's lies, new wave radical feminists, intersectionality, the police state in the UK, #M…
 
Ben and Tom are joined by Phil Green, an alumni of the University of Washington who played on the 1991 undefeated National Champion football team alongside Mark Brunell and Steve Emtman. Phil is now an ALS warrior and they discuss how your child's environment shapes their view of the world, juggling their athletic pursuits, and the impact of footba…
 
Molly K Olson has been a fearless advocate for families, fathers & children for over twenty years, fighting tenaciously to expose the corruption in divorce courts and taking on law firms and legislatures to reform #TheCode of family law and make it harder for nefarious parents to use the 'silver bullet' false allegations of domestic violence to rui…
 
Greg and Nate discuss how Nate dealt with the media attention surrounding his interaction with Colin Kaepernick when he kneeled for the national anthem during an NFL game, the concept of 'earned' and 'unearned' privilege, serving in the military as a Green beret, being of service, taking an oath to defend the constitution, freedom of speech, and MV…
 
Maryanne Petri shares her shocking true story at the hands of a corrupt Judge, complicit attorneys and the State Bar Association who kidnapped her children, murdered her family and sent her to prison, all based on a false allegation of domestic violence and child abuse. False Allegations are made against innocent people every day. Yet in western ci…
 
Kevin and Greg (Mr.Gibbs and Lieutenant Commander Theodore Groves in The Pirates of The Caribbean film series) discuss Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard, Tom Cruise & Covid, Pirates 6, Family Law, politics, cancel culture, divorce court, false accusations of domestic violence against men, advice for young actors and a whole lot more in this riveting 2-hou…
 
Caitlin Flanagan discusses cancel culture, Johnny Depp's libel case, false allegations in the media, Piers Morgan, divorce, masculinity and the war on fathers. Caitlin Flanagan is an American writer and social critic. A contributor to The Atlantic since February 2001, she was a staff writer for The New Yorker in 2004 and 2005, contributing five art…
 
Mikhaila Peterson discusses her family, her dad (psychologist Dr. Jordan Peterson) 's work and recent health issues, critical race theory, radical feminists, politics, and her transformative (and controversial) lion diet that put her idiopathic juvenile arthritis, severe depression, and chronic fatigue into remission.…
 
American director, producer, and actor Robbie Duncan McNeill is best known for his role as Lieutenant Tom Paris on the television series Star Trek: Voyager shares deeply personal stories about Hollywood, fatherhood and family.. Robbie was an executive producer and frequent director of the television series Chuck and is currently the resident direct…
 
Greg highlights the film Erasing Family - which exposes the trauma children suffer when a loving parent is erased by the divorce courts, a problem that affects over 25 million families in the US alone - and the profound effect it is having on repatriating children with their erased parents. Yet in the strangest, most contentious episode of the seas…
 
Today on the pod I'm joined by Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman of Cespedes BBQ. We're right in the middle of the World Series so today is all about baseball. We find a written list of the unwritten rules of baseball and offer our rating and assessment of each one, explore the alternate timelines of Cespedes BBQ's name, talk about the pain of never…
 
Marilyn York is the sole owner of an all-female firm that specializes in Father's Rights - the only firm in Nevada to exclusively represent men through divorce, custody and other family law battles. Her Ted Talk has over 2.5 million views. Marilyn and her ten female employees focus on representing men for two reasons: 1. Fathers are crucial in the …
 
Molly Knight is back on the pod! Pirate certainly makes his presence known as well and maybe even jumps into her neighbor's car? Hard to say. We're gearing up for the MLB playoffs...I guess. We talk about how the 2017 World Series ruined sports for us and how the Astros cheating deeply affected so many people in different ways. Molly has a billion …
 
Getting raw, real and honest with you in this one. An unedited (yikes!) riff on what happened with the podcast but more importantly this episode is chock full of insights I gained in the process of overthinking my own life. I share the year-long experiment I am currently in the middle of, what I learned about getting clarity in my life and what Rut…
 
We're back! After a long hiatus The Lana Berry Show with Lana Berry makes its grand return. This week Rachel Nichols makes her grand reappearance on the pod, directly from the middle of the NBA bubble in Disney World. Come for the behind-the-scenes of what being in the NBA bubble is like, stay for the important life lessons and our story about meet…
 
Greg Ellis (Pirates of the Caribbean, Titanic, Star Trek, 24) & Chloe Valdary (NYT) discuss modern masculinity, the war on fathers, movies, pop culture and more in episode seven of the agitating new video and podcast series The Respondent. Chloe Valdary has been published in the New York Times, the Wall St Journal and Atlantic Magazine. After spend…
 
Greg talks with actor, writer and intellectual savant Stephen Fry about the coronavirus, philosophy, religion, men’s mental health, masculinity, comedy, literature, acting, directing, sport, and much more in the remastered series premiere of The Respondent. For more information visit www.therespondent.com #TheCode🏴‍☠️ Greg Ellis official Website: h…
 
Greg talks with New York Times, #1 bestselling author Gregg Hurwitz about masculinity and the shadow Self, politics and the patriarchy, the concept of the reputation savage, God, his work to end polarization in politics and college campuses, the personality traits of President Trump that helped get him elected and the biggest challenges democrats f…
 
Greg Ellis talks with Heather Mac Donald, Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, about family and criminal law, BLM, covid, race, sex, gender, #MeToo, identity politics, the APA, toxic feminism, STEM, main stream media, and positive masculinity in a live Q and A special recorded on August 16th 2020. Heather Mac Donald is a contributing …
 
Greg Ellis talks with Bret Weinstein about evolutionary biology, racism, politics, cancel culture, masculinity, growing up with his brother Eric Weinstein, the cosmic joke, the adaptive landscape model, #Unity2020 & #TheCode🏴‍☠️ of chivalry and their plans to #FreeAndrewYang. Bret Weinstein is an American biologist, evolutionary theorist, and philo…
 
Greg Ellis (Cullen Rutherford, Dragon Age) & Clancy Brown (Hank Anderson, Detroit: Becoming Human) discuss the social impact of Twitter mobs at the intersection of our real world & video gaming experiences with Berkley Professor and legendary video game architect Phil Campbell. This special event was created in response to a twitter mob going after…
 
After episode 4 of 'Andy Ngo is The Respondent' aired, Greg Ellis attempted to do what the BBC tried and failed last year - bring together two high ranking members from two movements with two seemingly polar opposite perspectives - Antifa and The Proud Boys - for a civil discourse. We confirmed participation from both sides before the event. Greg h…
 
Controversial journalist Andy Ngo discusses positive masculinity, the ever shifting Overton window, hate crime hoaxes, the reactive news cycles, and the rise of Antifa. Andy received national attention in 2019 while covering the culture war between Antifa and The Proud Boys when he was physically assaulted by counter protesters at a Portland street…
 
Order of Australia recipient and #MenToo pioneer Bettina Arndt joins Greg Ellis to discuss Amber Heard's silver bullet ruination strategy of Johnny Depp. In the video podcast Professor Janice Fiamengo joins for the post episode QandA to discuss how toxic feminism is destroying so much of our society and culture. #TheCode🏴‍☠️…
 
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