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tonight's show
1am - 5am ET
10pm - 2am PT

First Half: Political commentator and economist John Lott discusses his latest work detailing how intelligence has now become a liability for judicial nominees. Smarter judges, feared by their political opposition, are more frequently failing their confirmation proceedings resulting in reduced quality and intelligence of the judiciary, he argues.

2nd Half: Theoretical archaeo-astronomer Walter Cruttenden will address how ancient ideas about our solar system being tied to another star may have significant influence over the rise and fall of civilizations. He'll explain how recent astronomical discoveries point to a new understanding of our solar system that is more in line with ancient thinking.

last show recap

In the first half, author and consumer activist Jeffrey Smith discussed the breaking news surrounding the debate around GMO (genetically engineered) crops and foods and their potential health hazards.

In the latter half, scientist, filmmaker, and spiritual explorer David Sereda spoke about invisible UFOs which vibrate at different frequencies, and sound waves and tones, and their relation to human consciousness.

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