Douglas Dietrich is the son of a retired U.S. Navy Sailor. Douglas worked for ten years as a Department of Defense Research Librarian at the Presidio Military Base of San Francisco, where one of his major duties was document destruction. He then experienced the 1991 Kuwaiti campaign, serving in Desert Storm as a United Sates Marine.
In the first half, renegade historian Douglas Dietrich revealed information about WWII not told to the American public. He asserted that the FDR administration provoked Japan into the attack on Pearl Harbor in order to get the US into war.
In the first half, renegade military historian Douglas Dietrich discussed what his research has uncovered about the attack on Pearl Harbor and how FDR's administration provoked Japan and led the United States into war in order to pull the country out of the Great Depression.
Researcher and author David Weinberger joined John B. Wells to discuss how living in the Internet age has reshaped the way we think about knowledge. In the first hour, renegade military historian Douglas Dietrich offered his thoughts in light of Veterans Day.
Attorney Jonathan Emord joined John B. Wells to discuss the corrupt relationship between the FDA and 'Big Pharma', the state of medical care in the U.S., as well as recent developments around the NDAA and similar draconian legislation.
On this Armed Forces Day, first hour guest, renegade military historian More »
Joining John B. Wells, retired professor of climatology Dr. Tim Ball discussed how issues like climate change, North American water resources, and biodiesel are being politicized and exploited, as well as undermining scientific objectivity.
Host John B. Wells (email) was joined by renegade historian, Douglas Dietrich, for the full 4 hour program. He revealed a variety of information not told to the American public about WWII and subsequent conflicts. As a Defense Dept. research librarian at the Presidio... More »
In our 12th edition of the 'Secret Door,' George Noory welcomed three surprise guests who addressed a variety of topics: investigative mythologist William Henry, Morgellons expert Trisha Springstead, and ghost investigator More »
George Noory welcomed investigative mythologist William Henry, who discussed his latest research into the esoteric symbolism of the U.S. Capitol and what it reveals about the intentions of the founding fathers. Describing the insights he has gained from his investigation, Henry said, "when you start to look into this and you peel back the layers of the symbolism of the Capitol, you're... More »