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DLC is your weekly audio tour of the latest in video games and tabletop entertainment. Hosts Jeff Cannata and Christian Spicer are joined every week by the best damn gaming experts on the planet as well as YOUR phone calls! Disagree, Like, or Comment by Direct Live Call-in or in the Designated Lobby Chat! It is the gaming show Decided by Listener Contribution. DLC, the Digital Lifestyle Companion for gamers who Don't Like Cynicism. Hosted by Christian Spicer & Jeff Cannata.
 
In this series we explore both new and classic cyberpunk books, going beyond Neuralmancer to make readers aware of more contemporary cyberpunk work with excerpts, interviews, and discussions about the sub-genre in general. --Hosted by Mark Everglade --www.markeverglade.com --Author of the cyberpunk / space opera novel, Hemispheres --https://www.amazon.com/Hemispheres-Mark-Everglade-ebook/dp/B08CJQT72W
 
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Covid cases and death rates are on the rise in Latin America, but it hasn’t put a hold on elections there: Ecuador has just elected right-winger Guillermo Lasso, while Peru’s left-winger Pedro Castillo led in its first round of voting. And, while the pandemic rips through his country, is the formerly imprisoned Lula Da Silva on the way to making a …
 
Fox News has a comedy show to compete with Redacted Tonight now. Lee Camp takes on Greg Gutfeld’s new show, which is meant to make right-wingers laugh. As you might’ve guessed, the intellectual credibility of Gutfeld’s opinions are about as funny as the jokes he made to an unamused live audience. He pushes facts that Camp is able to take apart in m…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to world-renowned Israeli historian Prof. Ilan Pappe. He discusses the situation in Gaza and the West Bank on Palestinian Prisoner Day, the strength of the pro-Israel lobby in both the UK and the United States, why the ‘two-state solution’ is a cover for the West’s inaction, the pro-Palestinian shift i…
 
China’s GDP saw an immense first quarter, jumping by nearly 20%. But what effect has that had on the global economy as the fight against Covid-19 heats up? Plus, bitcoin’s price has taken a hit as Turkey says that it will ban all payments in cryptocurrency. And there has been a boom in sports memorabilia and cards during the pandemic. Rare cards ar…
 
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the call by JP Morgan for an unexpectedly large increase in inflation as pent-up savings is unleashed. In the second half, Max chats to Alasdair Macleod of GoldMoney.com about whether or not we are heading for inflation, deflation, hyperinflation or hyperdeflation, and why it is so difficu…
 
2020 quickly upturned daily lives across the world, making all of us wonder “What IF?” Founder & CEO of ThePrepared.com John Ramey discusses how mental and financial preparedness can be just as critical as survival skills during times of frightening uncertainty. How prepared are YOU for what could come next?We’ve been warned time and again about na…
 
Another police shooting and the media shifts into full gear, again. One protester tells CNN where to go, during a reporter’s live report. Steve Malzberg breaks down.Roe v. Wade... will it ever be overturned? There’s a new movie out by the same name and we’ll talk to one of its stars, actor Robert Davi.The second amendment under attack. Joe Biden ta…
 
Monica Cruz, a labor reporter and anchor with BreakThrough News, sits down with Lee Camp for a conversation on the national landscape for labor organizers in the US right now. Cruz just returned from Alabama where an Amazon union drive recently finished with a loss in the face of a massive Jeff Bezos-funded union busting campaign. The story isn't a…
 
A new study claims there may be risks associated with vaccines made by Moderna and Pfizer. We take a look at the new revelations and the state of global vaccine regulation. And retail sales are up in the United States, while jobless claims are down. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden is moving forward with a new round of sanctions against Russia, ci…
 
Anarchy is on the rise. It isn't blossoming across our nation spontaneously, it is being carefully cultivated by dissident factions within the nation who simple hate this system, as well as by more opportunistic people who want to create unrest and dissatisfaction--as a way to weaken our country and our government, and make it possible for them to …
 
The bitcoin rally rages on as its price is driven even higher by the Wall Street debut of Coinbase. We explain the price spike and what the listing means for the fintech sector. Plus, in the wake of China’s crackdown on Alibaba, the nation is issuing a warning to its other major firms. And in a year of Covid-19 economic uncertainty that has seen mi…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to former MI6 agent Alastair Crooke. He discusses the alleged Israeli Mossad attack on the Natanz nuclear facility, the division among Israel’s politicians about whether to continue pursuing Netanyahu’s maximum containment policy, the landmark strategic deal signed between Iran and China and how it cha…
 
The killing of a black man by a police officer in a Minneapolis suburb was an accident, the local police chief said Monday.Brooklyn Center Police Chief Tim Gannon said the officer responsible for shooting and killing 20-year-old Daunte Wright on Sunday meant to fire her Taser but used her handgun instead. Gannon described the incident as an "accide…
 
Bitcoin has hit another record high ahead of the Coinbase IPO this week. Our panel discusses the future of the world’s most popular cryptocurrency. Plus, new data shows US consumer prices in March increased by the most in nearly a decade as inflation concerns remain. Meanwhile, the United States has called for a pause in the use of the Johnson & Jo…
 
20-year-old Daunte Wright was shot by police in a traffic stop gone wrong in Brooklyn Center, Minneapolis, just 10 miles from the location of the trial of Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd roughly nine months ago. Wright is alleged to have been pulled over because an air freshener was blocking his view from his rearview mirror, but then…
 
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the warning from Egon von Greyerz that “disorder will come.” But is his forecast of hyperinflation accurate? Or will deflation overwhelm the money printing? That question is addressed in the second half of the program when Max interviews Rick Ackerman, a market analyst and former market ma…
 
As the global semiconductor shortage frustrates the tech and auto industries, the White House meets with executives from major firms to get to the bottom of the ongoing supply-chain issues. Plus, the chair of the US Federal Reserve says it is highly unlikely there will be a rate increase this year, but how long can the central bank keep its current…
 
Celebrity Chef Aaron Sanchez sits down with Dennis Miller to talk about his new podcast 'Cooking in Mexican from A to Z' that he does alongside his mom, who he credits for sending him to New Orleans and igniting his passion for cooking. He also describes the vibe in New Orleans and what attracts him to the city.…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Rushan Abbas, founder and executive director of Campaign for Uighurs. She discusses the alleged mass detention of 3 million Uighurs in Xinjiang China, members of her family that have disappeared in Xinjiang, the actual number of Uighurs in China, which she alleges to be much higher than the official…
 
The much-quoted linguist Noam Chomsky said, “We shouldn’t be looking for heroes, we should be looking for good ideas.”Yet in the age of individualism, we have often confused good ideas with a search for a hero. This ego festival has created saviour complexes that have become so pernicious they have derailed the most well-intentioned plans. Host Ros…
 
Jeff and Christian welcome MVG, Dimitris Giannakis to the show to discuss e# 2021 getting some big names, Sony Bend working on a Last of Us Remake for PS5, Nintendo pushing new IP, and more! The Playlist: Outriders, Oddworld Soulstorm, Before Your Eyes, God of War 2018 Parting Gifts! Brought to you by: ExpressVPN (Protect your online activity TODAY…
 
More than a year into the global pandemic, Covid-19 still presents scientists and doctors with many puzzles. However, in the public domain, it’s surrounded by just as many dogmas, the challenging of which can prompt stricter isolation than the virus itself. Given how politicized the issue of Covid-19 has become, is there still room for genuine scie…
 
Coronavirus has had a major impact on our day-to-day lives, with Britain’s restrictions among the harshest in the world. But behind the tragedy, there are some remarkable stories.Whilst the UK has lost so much over the last year, one thing that is certainly having a resurgence is community spirit. Throughout lockdown, many community groups have spr…
 
On our 1000th episode of Going Underground, we firstly speak to UN Special Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer. He discusses the significance of the arrest of Julian Assange on this day two years ago on the war on press freedom, how Julian Assange’s persecution started with the arbitrary detention at the Ecuadorian Embassy, the health of Julian Assan…
 
Record-breaking numbers of migrants and refugees are crossing the US’ southern border, including almost 19,000 children and teenagers without families. US colleges and universities debate Covid-19 proof of vaccine for the upcoming school year. Plea deals make up more than 90% of US convictions, and reformers are calling for change.…
 
Lee Camp looks into the US’ long history of oppressed people fighting back against their oppressors. The story goes back to the arrival of the ‘Mayflower’ and continues today as our corporate overlords seek to invade the privacy of workers. The capitalist system continues to try and crush the human spirit and turn workers into automatons but we can…
 
Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos discuss police testimony against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin during his trial for the killing of George Floyd. They also talk about a new Supreme Court ruling that gives the FCC permission to consolidate media, and China’s new digital currency. Professor and author Avi Loeb discusses his new book…
 
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the signs of continuing asset price inflation as more and more money printing is pushed into the economy and yet, ‘is goldbug macro dead?’ Despite the unprecedented increase in money supply, gold has barely responded since last summer. What does this mean? In the second half, Max continues…
 
We celebrate the 40th anniversary of NASA’s Columbia Space Shuttle launch – right as SpaceX sends dozens of satellites into orbit to roll out its Starlink broadband network. Veteran space journalist and author John Bisney looks back on just how far our space program has come!Mother Nature took a breather this past year as city streets and highways …
 
With Russia wading further into the financial technology sphere and some detractors loudly opposing the adoption of bitcoin, digital currencies seem to be here to stay in the spotlight. We break down the latest moves in the sector and the harsh claims launched against bitcoin with Boom Bust’s Ben Swann. Plus, the ongoing global chip shortage could …
 
Talks are underway in Vienna to save the JCPOA – the agreement the Trump administration unilaterally walked away from. Making the deal whole again is relatively easy for Iran. But that can’t be said for the US. Does the Biden administration have the political will to say ‘yes’ to Tehran?CrossTalking with Mohammad Marandi, Geoffrey Aronson, and Tari…
 
Comedian Jo Koy talks about his new memoir 'Mixed Plate: Chronicles of an All American Combo' and reveals that the process of writing the book was one of the hardest he's ever experienced. He also opened up about his brother's schizophrenia diagnosis and how it affected his family. Plus, why growing up as a military brat prepared him for stand up c…
 
The Federal Reserve has calmed fears of inflation, but what other concerns does the United States central bank have? Former Federal Reserve insider Danielle DiMartino Booth offers her insight into the bank’s statements and where the US economy could be heading.Plus, the Biden administration seems to have softened its push for an infrastructure deal…
 
Controversial new voting restrictions in Georgia are drawing criticism from the very same corporations that helped politically fund the politicians that created them. Sen. Chuck Schumer and the US Congress take on President Biden over Marijuana legalization. New money and expectations are putting pressure on the industry of diversity and inclusion.…
 
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