Award-winning investigative journalist Russ Baker has written for major news organizations around the world, including the New York Times, Vanity Fair, and Esquire, and has been a contributing editor to the Columbia Journalism Review. He is the author of a bestselling work of investigative history, Family of Secrets: the Bush Dynasty, America’s Invisible Government and the Hidden History of the Last Fifty Years. He is founder and editor-in-chief of the groundbreaking news site WhoWhatWhy.com, which specializes in digging into the stories the conventional media barely touches-- and in seeking answers to the question, "Why." WhoWhatWhy is nonpartisan and nonprofit, and receives all of its funding through public donations.
First half guest Matthew Pauly, an expert in computer architecture and programming, discussed his experience being a non-consensual subject for mind control experiments.
In the first half of the program, author and preparedness expert Mathew Stein discussed the latest information on the Ebola outbreak and how people can avoid catching the illness should an epidemic occur.
In the first half, investigative reporter Russ Baker shared insights into stories behind the news, terrorism, and conspiracies. People with known connections to terrorism have been accorded an unusual degree of movement, such as the 9/11 hijackers and others involved in Jihad, he said.
In the latter half, numerologist
Producer of the new documentary, Farmageddon, and family farm advocate, Kristin Canty, joined Ian Punnett (Twitter) for a discussion on how small family farms that were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities have been forced to stop, sometimes through... More »Host: Ian Punnett
C2C science advisor Richard C. Hoagland discussed what he believes are artificial 'man-made' structures on Mars (such as The Apartments), and the hyperdimensional/torsion field physics that he learned about by decoding the Cydonia ruins.... More » Host: John B. Wells
During the first half of the program, Ian Punnett welcomed author Kent Hartman for a discussion on 'The Wrecking Crew,' a group of the largely unknown and uncredited studio musicians who played on countless classic rock songs. Followed by Open Lines.
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In the first hour, investigative reporter
Guest host John B. Wells (email) was joined by award-winning investigative reporter Russ Baker for a discussion on why so many unanswered questions linger about what exactly happened ten years ago on September 11th.
In the first hour, geopolitical analyst
Novelist and screenwriter Paul Bishop joined Ian to discuss his 35-year career for the LAPD where he worked as an interrogator and sex crimes detective.
Investigative reporter Russ Baker spoke about an odd string of "coincidental" historical anniversaries that tie in with President Eisenhower's warning about the military-industrial complex.
Historian Thaddeus Russell joined Ian Punnett to discuss his controversial view of American history.
In the first hour, investigative reporter Russ Baker commented on George W. Bush's new book,
Ian Punnett welcomed award-winning investigative reporter Russ Baker, who discussed the connections between the Bush family and the intelligence community, as well as startling evidence that shed new light on the JFK assassination and Watergate.
During the first hour, former State Department counter... More »Host: Ian Punnett