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Dennis Miller+1: MMA Fighter Georges St-Pierre on retiring & transitioning to films
Retired UFC champion Georges St-Pierre reflects on his incredible career, why he decided to retire when he was at the top of his game and how that opened many doors for him, including a transition to Hollywood. Plus, what really went into his famous fight scene in 'Captain America: Winter Soldier'
I Don't Understand with William Shatner: Jonathan Haidt and his book ‘The Happiness Hypothesis’
Are you happy? And what does it take to find, keep and spread happiness? Social psychologist at New York University’s Stern School of Business and author of the book "The Happiness Hypothesis" Jonathan Haidt joins William Shatner on this week's episode of 'I Don't Understand' to get to the bottom of what makes us happy.
Keiser Report: The ‘significant financial risks’ of crisis
In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the report released by the UK Public Accounts Committee which said No 10's response to the Covid-19 crisis has exposed UK taxpayers to “significant financial risks,” according to the BBC. In the second half, Max and Stacy continue their conversation with James Howard Kunstler of Kunstler.com about fifty years of fiat.
Boom Bust: Factory output slumps & US BTC crackdown coming?
Global factory output has been slowing in spite of the Covid-19 economic rally. We analyze the trend and catch up with the state of inflation. And as the US Congress works to pass an infrastructure bill, how have cryptocurrency regulations become part of the debate? Boom Bust’s Christy Ai and Ben Swann bring us the details and how the sector is reacting. Then we turn to the realm of cybersecurity as the US and its allies have advised the private sector to step up its protections. Cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright lends his expertise on the subject.
Watching the Hawks: America controlled by corporations
Lead singer of the Doors Jim Morrison once said, “Whoever controls the media, controls the mind.” He was right. Today, Americans think they have an unlimited variety of entertainment and media options at their fingertips, but it’s all a lie.
Going Underground: Prof. Peter Smith on COP 26 climate change summit
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Prof. Peter Smith of Scotland’s Climate Change Centre of Expertise. He discusses the agenda of this year’s COP 26 climate change summit, the meteoric rise in carbon emissions and the urgent need to reach an emissions peak before drastic reductions, the need for urgent action this decade on the climate crisis, fossil fuel industry lobbying against climate action, the potential industry of CO2 removal from the atmosphere and much more! Finally, Going Underground’s deputy editor, Charlie Cooke, speaks to BAFTA-winning director Mark Jenkin about his film ‘BAIT’, which explores how gentrification under neoliberalism has completely changed the iconic British city of Cornwall, bringing cultural and economic hardships for the people of the area. Mark Jenkin discusses how the experiences of the characters of the film reflect the lives of many in this economic climate.