John M. Curtis is the editor of OnlineColumnist.com and a columnist for the Los Angeles Daily Journal. He's director of a Los Angeles think tank specializing in corporate consulting and strategic public relations. He's a seminar trainer, columnist and author of numerous professional publications and the popular books. He frequently appears as news analyst and media expert on television and radio. Dr. Curtis is considered the nation's leading authority on SPIN, damage control and charisma.
Coast to Coast AM expanded to five full hours of coverage, as the US 2016 election results continued to pour in, and Donald Trump's presidential victory became a reality. In the first hour, John Curtis, and Howard Bloom shared their commentary and analysis. Author and... More »
The main part of the show dealt with the breaking news story of the shooting of multiple police officers in Dallas, Texas. Taylor Millard, the Texas correspondent for iHeartMedia 24/7 News, shared updates throughout the evening, while Jerome Corsi, John M. Curtis, More »
George Noory hosted a special 5-hour show with coverage of the presidential election results, featuring a variety of guests offering their analysis of the outcome and what it means for the United States. In order of appearance: John Curtis, Greg Hunter, More »
Explorer, archaeologist, and expert in ancient mysteries, Jonathan Gray, discussed how new findings which don't match current academic beliefs are being suppressed, as well as the discovery of human remains in geological strata, including the very earliest Cambrian layer.
In the middle two hours, former Executive Editor of Wired Magazine, Kevin Kelly and science writer Jim Gardner discussed how technology functions as a living part of the universe, and is evolving in ways that are almost biological. An ecosystem of technologies, which... More »
In a special 5-hour show (starting one hour earlier)George Noory welcomed a variety of analysts, who shared their reactions to the election, as well as economic issues. During the first two hours, columnist John Curtis co-hosted the show. He and George spoke with several reporters from some of C2C's affiliate stations, who gave local perspectives on the election. Obama's victory will help... More »
Prophecy scholar and expert on Nostradamus, John Hogue discussed the economy, the future of the presidency, possible conflicts with Iran, and Russia, and the identity of the third Antichrist. In one of Nostradamus' passages (Century 8 âQuatrain 28) he wrote "imitations of gold & silver inflatedâ¦all scrips and bonds will be wiped out." Hogue suggested this could be a... More »
Inspired by his love of the 1958 Walt Disney miniseries, The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca, George offered a 'Nine Lives' hotline during Open Lines. Anthony in Kentucky said he is currently on his fourth life, having been run over by a car as a child, almost drowned at age 10, and involved in a vehicle rollover accident this past winter.Donna, a nurse from Ohio, told George that she was... More »
Journalist and teacher, Frosty Wooldridge discussed his work campaigning against illegal immigration and the ramifications of adding 100 million people to the U.S. population by 2035. This pending overpopulation in America stems from both legal and illegal immigration, he declared, noting that 100,000 illegals enter the country every month. Overpopulation will become an irreversible crisis... More »
Author Jerome Corsi and filmmaker Chris Burgard discussed the making of Border, an investigative documentary on the turbulent state of America's southern border with Mexico. Burgard's film shows all sides of the border dilemma and included interviews with Border Patrol agents, illegal immigrants, Minutemen, and local ranchers. He described a dire situation in which the Mexican drug cartel... More »
Relationship expert Dr. John Gray discussed his latest work on how men and women handle stress differently, due to gender-related chemical differences. Most "lifestyle" diseases are the result of how we respond to stress, he noted. Stress can cause elevated levels of cortisol, and lead people to make less healthy dietary choices, he said. Women run out of the neurotransmitter... More »
Researcher Lynne McTaggart returned to report on the on-going results of global mind-over-matter experiments (theintentionexperiment.com) that she has sponsored. Because of the way subatomic structures function, the world is not as fixed or final as it might seem, and living things are subject to influence from the power of thoughts, she explained. Successful experiments have been conducted... More »
George Noory and a cavalcade of guests paid tribute to Art Bell, and clips of some of Art's most memorable on-air moments were played. In live appearances Whitley Strieber, Richard C. Hoagland, Ian Punnett, Dannion Brinkley, George Knapp, Seth Shostak, Evelyn Paglini, Sean David Morton, Linda Moulton Howe, Bruce Goldberg, Neil Slade, Brendan Cook and Nick Begich all shared accolades and... More »
Reporter and editor for Earthfiles, Linda Moulton Howe shared a detailed interview concerning a USAF flight surgeon that was allegedly present during an autopsy on extraterrestrial biological entities (EBEs) at Wright-Patterson in the late 1940s.
Author Charles Upton, a student of traditional metaphysics and comparative religion, discussed how various traditions support an 'end-times' scenario, and how UFOs and the Antichrist play into it. UFOs, he suggested, are coming from another dimension that is similar yet different to ours, and the occupants, while physical, can't exist in our realm for any length of time.
Intuitive Sean David Morton returned to share his predictions, forecasts and stories. While working on his new documentary, Prophecies of the Pyramid, he said that Zahi Hawass told him that a major excavation in the Great Pyramid was scheduled for 2005 and that they would be looking for the tomb of Khufu.
Outspoken author Wayne Green shared his beliefs on a wide array of topics as the main guest on Wednesday's show. Here is an inventory of some of his statements: We never landed on the moon, and at least one person who was vocal about this ended up dead. Cooked food is poison; he eats raw liver. Coffee causes various physical ailments. By re-mineralizing their land, farmers can grow... More »
"I think we have already entered the next World War," said Col. John Alexander, the main guest of Tuesday's program, and the author of Winning the War: Advanced Weapons, Strategies, and Concepts for the Post-9/11 World. Alexander believes what he calls "World War X" began with the US response to 9-11. We... More »
Writer and futurist Michael Lindemann postulated on what life might be like in the year 2035. His novel Excelsior which has just been published under his pen name Michael Paul, explores a variety of future developments which Lindemann based on geopolitical trends and realistic extrapolations.
"Psychic phenomena shows there's something about the mind that transcends the brain," said internationally known parapsychologist Charles Tart Ph.D., who was Tuesday night's guest. Touching on his research into altered states, meditation, ESP and consciousness, Tart said one of the most exciting test results showed that... More »
Scary Happenings was the theme of Friday night's Open Lines. One caller described the frightening experience of seeing a "pterodactyl" type bird with a 30 ft. wing span fly over his head, north of Boston ten years ago. "It seemed to come from a cloud," he said and its wings made a distinct flapping sound.
Author Maurice Cotterell, Wednesday night's guest, believes ancient civilizations such as the Mayans may have had knowledge, particularly about our cosmology, that surpasses ours. "Maya means illusion," Cotterell said, explaining that the Mayans knew that the most important things you couldn't see, such as... More »
Sidney J. Goodman, a professional engineer, and author of Asleep at the Geiger Counter was the main guest during Monday's regular broadcast time. "In the beginning anyone who criticized the nuclear power industry became known as a kook," said Goodman whose book documents serious problems and misrepresentations in the field.
Coast to Coast continued its unique war coverage on Sunday evening, when George did an early broadcast with guests Future War expert Col. John Alexander and columnist John M. Curtis. Barbara presented a full night of Open Lines on her Sunday night slot, giving the... More »
Barbara's guest in her regular Saturday time slot was Alex Standish, who previously worked as the BBC's Balkans correspondent and currently reports on geopolitical, security and terrorism issues for janes.com. He spoke with her about the new generation of military weaponry.