Alex Constantine is the author of seven books on political corruption, organized crime, the intelligence community and corporate excesses, including The Covert War Against Rock (2000), ranked by the London Observer among “The 50 Best Books on Music Ever.” He is also the author of Blood, Carnage and the Agent Provocateur (1993), Psychic Dictatorship in the USA (1994), Virtual Government (1996), and the editor of Fascism in America: The Essential Mae Brussell (2009).
Constantine’s multimedia website, launched in January 2010: The Constantine Report, is a compendium of articles on the history of fascism with more than 7.400 entries. He began reporting on far-right politics in 1988 on KAZU-FM in Pacific Grove, CA, with The Constantine Report, a half-hour program that aired for five years. He has since been interviewed by numerous radio stations and networks, including the BBC, ABC affiliates in San Francisco and San Diego, Pacifica, and numerous AM radio talk show programs.
Appearing in the first half of the show, author, investigative journalist, and online editor Alex Constantine spoke about his work uncovering world fascism, political corruption, organized crime, and related conspiracies. In the third hour, a graduate of Cambridge University with a degree in physics, Brian Clegg, discussed writing about such topics as ESP, the Big Bang, and time machines. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the program, John B. Wells was joined by author Alex Constantine, who detailed his research into the potential assassinations of subversive rock stars. In the latter half, activist and filmmaker, Alex Jones, discussed the conflict which erupted between police and protesters following the JFK memorial event in Dallas, Texas. ... More »Host: John B. Wells