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This podcast is for individual interviews on the Scott Horton Show. See the Q & A show feed to hear Scott answer listener questions and for the full show archives. Scott Horton is the author of Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan, and is the host of the Scott Horton Show podcast. He has conducted over 5,000 interviews with authors, journalists, activists, and whistleblowers on the most important foreign policy issues since 2003.
 
I am a firm believer that good quality health advice should be available and accessible for all. I have created this podcast to provide you with just that, quality advice to help you improve your health & wellbeing. This could be through fitness, nutrition or optimising yourself using cutting edge technology & forward thinking practices. Our guests are all people that have influenced my life & are pushing boundaries within the field of health & biohacking. I hope you enjoy the show! Michael ...
 
"Elite sport & exercise science support for all" Extreme Sports Performance was founded by Ryan Blake in 2008 and launched online in 2018. After spending all of our lives playing, competing and coaching school, county, national and international sport, we have followed a continuing education, pathway and profession in top end sport, health and wellness. We believe that there are many talented and aspiring athletes, of all ages in all sports, that do not have the appropriate guidance or recei ...
 
Follow Canadian Comedian Dana Alexander on tour as we are introduced to Comedians from all around the world (Sweden, Scotland, Holland, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Germany, South Africa, India, China, Thailand, Singapore, Myanmar, Kuala Lumpur, Norway and England) talking politics, history, hot local issues and how that relates to the local comedy scene. (September to December, 2016)
 
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Sam Husseini talks about the new film, "Official Secrets", which tells the story of Katharine Gun, a British intelligence analyst who leaked information about the false case for war in Iraq to the press in 2003. Scott and Husseini also talk about Joe Biden's record on opposing the war—at the time he was perfectly willing to go along with the wa ...…
 
On FPF #399, Phil Gibson comes on the show to talk about 9/11 and the ‘War on Terror.’ Kyle and Phil are both young enough to have grown up during the ‘War on Terror’ and discuss what that experience was like. They look at some of the wars that started since 9/11 and debunk the lies that started the wars. Phil Gibson is the host of the Boy Name ...…
 
54 Minutes PG-13 Pete invited Donnie Gebert to return to the show. Donnie starts off talking about an article detailing some of the biggest banks in the world moving their payment processing to JP Morgan’s Quorum blockchain and then launches into his opinion on the future of fiat currency, and how he sees cryptocurrencies overtaking its monopol ...…
 
Robert Naiman explains why the Saudi-led war in Yemen, which Scott calls the worst thing the U.S. is doing right now, is unjust and unconstitutional. President Obama started to support the Saudis in their campaign during his second term, supposedly as a favor in exchange for Saudi Arabia’s support of the Iran nuclear deal. Naiman says that Nanc ...…
 
Robert Naiman explains why the Saudi-led war in Yemen, which Scott calls the worst thing the U.S. is doing right now, is unjust and unconstitutional. President Obama started to support the Saudis in their campaign during his second term, supposedly as a favor in exchange for Saudi Arabia’s support of the Iran nuclear deal. Naiman says that Nanc ...…
 
Kelley B. Vlahos tells Scott about two of her recent American Conservative articles, one about the FBI’s investigation of antiwar.com on spurious grounds following the 9/11 attacks, and the other a review of the new book, Poisoner in Chief by Stephen Kinzer. The book tells stories about the American government’s experimental mind-control progra ...…
 
Kelley B. Vlahos tells Scott about two of her recent American Conservative articles, one about the FBI’s investigation of antiwar.com on spurious grounds following the 9/11 attacks, and the other a review of the new book, Poisoner in Chief by Stephen Kinzer. The book tells stories about the American government’s experimental mind-control progra ...…
 
Kelley B. Vlahos tells Scott about two of her recent American Conservative articles, one about the FBI’s investigation of antiwar.com on spurious grounds following the 9/11 attacks, and the other a review of the new book, Poisoner in Chief by Stephen Kinzer. The book tells stories about the American government’s experimental mind-control progra ...…
 
The crypto savage himself, Vin Armani, graces me with his presence once again to cover the basics of getting into crypto. Spotify https://open.spotify.com/episode/1BeoFLylJYeiuFWxSBfciC?si=5LGsXIDnRManQP8hZAjGpg iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/91-vin-armani-crypto-boot-camp/id1477843916?i=1000449959216 YouTube https://www.youtube.c ...…
 
Joanne Leon – host of the Around the Empire podcast – returns to the show to discuss the firing of John Bolton. Kyle and Joanne look at some the wars he attempted to stir up during his time as Trump’s NSA. They explain Bolton’s legacy will be a war hawk who destroyed arms control deals. Joanne and Kyle examine the list of possible replacements ...…
 
50 Minutes Suitable for All Audiences Per Bylund returns to the show to talk about the role of the entrepreneur not only in society, but according to the Austrian School of Economics. Per on Economics for Entrepreneurs – Please Subscribe! Per on Twitter “Man on Matter: How the Former Gains Ownership of the Latter” Lions of Liberty Podcast Indie ...…
 
Scott talks to Ryan McMaken about the true costs of America’s “national security” state, both in dollars and in secondary effects on the daily lives of Americans. Even though the official number is quite a bit lower, McMaken has estimated the true cost of the U.S. military and intelligence apparatus at close to a trillion dollars per year, sinc ...…
 
Scott and Dan McAdams rehash some of the heroic legacy of Ron Paul in light of Scott’s new book of his interview transcripts with Dr. Paul. Paul had both an authentic charisma with his constituents, and a real passion for what he felt was his calling in Washington D.C. Both are rare in politics today. McAdams reminds us how much of Paul’s job i ...…
 
Daniel Davis is back, this time discussing his recent USA Today op-ed on John Bolton’s ouster as President Trump’s National Security Advisor. Bolton was a fierce war hawk who pushed Trump toward war on almost every front, explains Davis, often apparently contravening Trump’s own good instincts. Davis is hopeful that Bolton’s replacement will he ...…
 
After a blissful month off we are back to our regular Democratic debate schedule (ugh) One night, ten candidates, one exhausted libertarian (I did manage to find a few bright spots but boy it wasn’t easy)By The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts.
 
Scott talks to Ryan McMaken about the true costs of America’s “national security” state, both in dollars and in secondary effects on the daily lives of Americans. Even though the official number is quite a bit lower, McMaken has estimated the true cost of the U.S. military and intelligence apparatus at close to a trillion dollars per year, sinc ...…
 
Scott talks to Ryan McMaken about the true costs of America’s “national security” state, both in dollars and in secondary effects on the daily lives of Americans. Even though the official number is quite a bit lower, McMaken has estimated the true cost of the U.S. military and intelligence apparatus at close to a trillion dollars per year, sinc ...…
 
Scott and Dan McAdams rehash some of the heroic legacy of Ron Paul in light of Scott’s new book of his interview transcripts with Dr. Paul. Paul had both an authentic charisma with his constituents, and a real passion for what he felt was his calling in Washington D.C. Both are rare in politics today. McAdams reminds us how much of Paul’s job i ...…
 
Scott and Dan McAdams rehash some of the heroic legacy of Ron Paul in light of Scott’s new book of his interview transcripts with Dr. Paul. Paul had both an authentic charisma with his constituents, and a real passion for what he felt was his calling in Washington D.C. Both are rare in politics today. McAdams reminds us how much of Paul’s job i ...…
 
Daniel Davis is back, this time discussing his recent USA Today op-ed on John Bolton’s ouster as President Trump’s National Security Advisor. Bolton was a fierce war hawk who pushed Trump toward war on almost every front, explains Davis, often apparently contravening Trump’s own good instincts. Davis is hopeful that Bolton’s replacement will he ...…
 
Nasser Arrabyee is back with an update from Yemen, where civilian casualties resulting from the Saudi-led war there have climbed past 100,000, by even conservative estimates. This number doesn’t include any of the people who have died from malnutrition and easily preventable diseases, which surely includes tens if not hundreds of thousands more ...…
 
Nasser Arrabyee is back with an update from Yemen, where civilian casualties resulting from the Saudi-led war there have climbed past 100,000, by even conservative estimates. This number doesn’t include any of the people who have died from malnutrition and easily preventable diseases, which surely includes tens if not hundreds of thousands more ...…
 
Dan Cohen comes on the show for an update on the protests in Hong Kong. Though positioned as a popular pro-democracy movement, some of the protest leaders have alarming ties to American think tanks like the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, which may be trying to influence the movement in a direction that will benefit U.S. interests in the ...…
 
Dan Cohen comes on the show for an update on the protests in Hong Kong. Though positioned as a popular pro-democracy movement, some of the protest leaders have alarming ties to American think tanks like the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, which may be trying to influence the movement in a direction that will benefit U.S. interests in the ...…
 
Giorgio Cafiero comes back on the show to talk about how the utter disaster of America and its allies' policies in the Middle East for the last 20 years. It seems like at every turn America's wars—ostensibly undertaken to make the region free of terrorism and safe for democracy—have done nothing but strengthen our "enemies" and make the positio ...…
 
Giorgio Cafiero comes back on the show to talk about how the utter disaster of America and its allies’ policies in the Middle East for the last 20 years. It seems like at every turn America’s wars—ostensibly undertaken to make the region free of terrorism and safe for democracy—have done nothing but strengthen our “enemies” and make the positio ...…
 
Scott talks to Melissa Etehad about the effects of U.S. sanctions on ordinary Iranians. The “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran is meant to inflict suffering on the whole country in order to pressure its government into meeting America’s demands. Unfortunately, it is poor civilians who bear most of the brunt of these policies, and it’s not ...…
 
Scott talks to Melissa Etehad about the effects of U.S. sanctions on ordinary Iranians. The “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran is meant to inflict suffering on the whole country in order to pressure its government into meeting America’s demands. Unfortunately, it is poor civilians who bear most of the brunt of these policies, and it’s not ...…
 
Scott interviews Matthew Hoh about the apparent peace deal in the works between the United States and the Taliban in Afghanistan. The American side has announced such a deal as basically finalized, but as yet nothing has come from the Taliban to officially confirm that. The usual clamor has been coming from prominent neocons about how withdrawi ...…
 
Asa Winstanley reminds us about the incredibly important documentary, The Lobby USA, which was produced but then shut down by Al Jazeera, and finally released by Winstanley’s organization, The Electronic Intifada. The documentary exposes the unbelievable power and reach of Israeli lobbying in American politics through undercover reporting, mean ...…
 
Scott interviews Matthew Hoh about the apparent peace deal in the works between the United States and the Taliban in Afghanistan. The American side has announced such a deal as basically finalized, but as yet nothing has come from the Taliban to officially confirm that. The usual clamor has been coming from prominent neocons about how withdrawi ...…
 
John Kiriakou fills in some of the details of the real story of Maria Butina, the alleged Russian spy who is said to have conspired with the 2016 Trump campaign. The problem with the official narrative, explains Kiriakou, is that Butina is not a spy at all and there’s no evidence for illegal activity, except for a Foreign Agents Registration fo ...…
 
Danny Sjursen explains why staying in Afghanistan, even indefinitely, won’t make any difference in its eventual outcome. Right now the U.S. military is only enforcing the Kabul government’s grip on a small part of the country, and if they leave, either the Taliban will take over the country, or Kabul will hang on to an even smaller sliver. Thes ...…
 
Scott interviews Jim Bronke about Joe Biden’s role, as chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, in militating for the invasion of Iraq in 2002. He deliberately stacked hearings meant to examine the potential threat of Iraqi WMD with war hawks that he knew would support the conclusions he wanted them to. Today, most democratic politician ...…
 
In this episode Ryan Blake chats problems, solutions, technology & freestyle sports with Chris Chapman. We ask him the questions we ask all our guests... Who are you? Where have you come from and what have you done along the way? What are your top areas of interest? What are the most valuable things you have learnt? Who are your top influencers ...…
 
Historian Gar Alperovitz shares the history of America’s use of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Contrary to what most of us learned in school, many of the top military officers and intelligence officials were adamant at the time that use of the bombs was unnecessary to get the Japanese to surrender, which they expected to happen as s ...…
 
Scott interviews Philip Weiss about Israel’s occupation of Palestine and the way the Palestinian people have been completely deprived of their rights there. Weiss is glad that the recent fiasco around Rashida Tlaib’s and Ilhan Omar’s visit to Israel has brought publicity to the BDS movement, but is baffled that most Americans are either unaware ...…
 
Jacob Hornberger explains why the American president has become a democratically elected dictator, largely through the president’s power to manage the economy by threatening businesses, negotiating trade agreements with foreign countries, and issuing executive orders that impact the way private companies run their businesses. Donald Trump has p ...…
 
Scott talks to Peter Van Buren about the effects of war on American culture. They discuss the fact that America has been at war almost constantly for its entire history, ever since the nation was formed by overthrowing the British. Having an external enemy supposedly allows people to put their differences aside and feel unity as a country, but ...…
 
The Intercept’s Trevor Aaronson joins the show to talk about the travesty of justice in the trial of Hamid Hayat, who has finally been released after nearly 15 years in prison. Hayat was an alleged terrorist, convicted based on a coerced confession he gave to FBI agents under duress, as well as recordings from his conversations with an FBI info ...…
 
Gareth Porter explains why the claim that the Russian government “hacked all 50 U.S. states” is false—namely, the states themselves know that their systems were intact! The narrative has nonetheless been pushed continuously, as democrats try to justify Hillary Clinton’s 2016 loss by any means necessary.Discussed on the show:“U.S. States: We Wer ...…
 
Scott interviews Cato’s John Mueller about why it’s time to leave Afghanistan. Fundamentally, the Taliban cannot be defeated at any remotely acceptable cost of American lives and U.S. dollars, says Mueller, and at the same time military interventions has only made the Al-Qaeda problem—America’s original enemies—even worse. Fortunately, it seems ...…
 
Alan Kuperman explains the true story of the 2011 civil war in Libya, which the United States famously and disastrously supported. Contrary to the narrative that this uprising was started by regular, educated citizens like doctors and lawyers, Kuperman and his research assistants discovered that the key actors fomenting revolution were actually ...…
 
Max Blumenthal explains how the policies of the Obama administration, pushed by Joe Biden in particular, have fueled the migration crisis in Latin America we see today. Notably, America gave material support to the Colombian regime that massacred thousands of innocent civilians and dressed them as guerrilla revolutionaries in order to claim the ...…
 
Scott talks to Jim Bovard about Bill Clinton’s bombing campaign in Serbia twenty years ago, which at the time was widely heralded as a triumph of the “forces of good.” It was also, apparently, something that Bill Clinton did as a way to appease Hillary after the fallout from the Monica Lewinsky scandal. The entire narrative of “ethnic cleansing ...…
 
Nasser Arrabyee discusses the latest Saudi war crime against Yemeni civilians, the bombing of a family on the first day of Eid al-Adha. He also gives a summary of the last few months of the horrific war there, replete with complex political nuances that will not be resolved by a simple and total military victory. The war goes on only because th ...…
 
Jason Ditz discusses a recent Taliban suicide attack in Kabul and a report finding that about 40,000 soldiers on the books of the Afghan army don’t really exist. These so-called “ghost soldiers” often abandon their posts, but army officials don’t report it, since it’s in their interest to appear to have as many soldiers as possible. Ditz sees t ...…
 
Pete Quinones, formerly Mance Rayder, discusses some of his recent articles for the Libertarian Institute, covering gun control, Trump’s election in 2016, and Bernie Sanders’ proposed health care laws. After the shootings last week in El Paso and Dayton, many Americans have been calling for stricter gun control laws. Quinones reminds us that an ...…
 
Scott interviews Eric Margolis about the recent legal change that will now allow non-Kashmiris to buy land in Kashmir. Kashmir is majority Muslim, and has been the subject of territorial disputes between India and Pakistan for years. The fear is that the legal change will allow the Indian government to slowly annex pieces of Kashmir away from ( ...…
 
Scott interviews Hunter DeRensis about the National Conservatism Conference, part of a movement that DeRensis describes as trying to come up with intellectual rationalizations for Trumpism after the fact. Crucially, this new national conservatism movement did not exist to support Trump as a candidate, nor did it foresee or advocate something li ...…
 
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