Joel Skousen is the publisher of the World Affairs Brief, a weekly news analysis service found at worldaffairsbrief.com. Mr. Skousen is a political scientist by training and speaks multiple foreign languages which he uses in accessing information here and abroad. He specializes in helping readers understand the hidden agenda of those that secretly control both political parties and the US government. He also has a second career as the Chief Designer at The Secure Home Design Group which specializes in helping people design and implement high security residences and retreats. He has written several books in that field of security architecture: Strategic Relocation--North American Guide to Safe Places, The Secure Home, and How to Implement a High Security Shelter in the Home. Joel was a fighter pilot for the Marine Corps during the Vietnam era.
In the first half, former anchor and managing editor of ABC News Nightline, Ted Koppel, revealed that a devastating cyberattack on America's power grid is not only possible but likely and that the United States is shockingly unprepared.
Host Richard Syrett presided over an evening of Open Lines which featured callers sharing their thoughts on topics such as Mars, the legalization of drugs, and alternative energy as well as stories about ET interaction and ghostly encounters. In the first hour, political scientist More »
Joining John B. Wells, Stewart Rhodes, founder and President of Oath Keepers, argued that there's a relentless campaign going on to centralize power, militarize the police, and strip power out of the hands of average citizens.
Joining John B. Wells, political scientist Joel Skousen provided his insights on globalism and a future nuclear war with Russia and China, economic issues and the flight of American businesses overseas, as well as domestic politics, loss of liberty, and the U.S. government's agenda of control.
Guest host John B. Wells (email) spoke with political scientist and personal security expert Joel Skousen about the growing government assault on privacy and liberty, as well as New World Order and war scenarios.
First hour guest, privacy and technology... More »
Joel Skousen, a political scientist and designer of high security residences, presented his analysis of terrorism threats, the Iraq war and 9-11. He suggested that since there have been no attacks since 9-11 in the U.S., that the ongoing threat is possibly being blown out of proportion as a guise for the government to restrict civil... More »
"At the very best the [U.S.] government allowed this to happen," said political scientist Joel Skousen about the 9-11 attacks. No verifiable evidence has been produced that shows that Arabs were in charge of the strike, he said. Further, he suggested that the last few presidents have been "script readers" who take their orders from a controlling set of individuals above... More »