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From Washington DC -- the capital of the divided states of America -- it's time for a show that brings you both sides of the issues that the country is talking about.

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From Washington DC -- the capital of the divided states of America -- it's time for a show that brings you both sides of the issues that the country is talking about.

    Mask Mandates Reinstated Over the USA

    Mask Mandates Reinstated Over the USA

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan discuss the reality behind the withdrawal of Simone Biles from the Olympics, the Galileo Project, lab-grown meat, and the effects of poverty on developing children.

    Guests:

    Emily Giambalvo - Sports writer for the Washington Post | Simone Biles Controversy

    Avi Loeb - Professor in plasma physics and member at the Institute for advanced study in Princeton | Galileo Project

    Mallory McLaren - Attorney and bioethics professor | Lab-Grown Meat

    Dr. Theopia Jackson - Clinical Psychologist and member of the association of of Black Psychologists | Pathway Forward


    In the first hour Emily Giambalvo joined the show to talk about the withdrawal of Simone Biles from the Olympics and the sheer difficulty of the stunts she performs. Is mental health a good enough reason to recuse yourself from this Olympic stage?


    In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Avi Loeb to talk about the Galileo Project; an AI network of telescopes searching for extraterrestrial life and civilizations. We were then joined by Mallory McLaren to discuss stem cell technologies and 3D printing used to cultivate lab grown meat products.


    In the third hour Dr. Theopia Jackson joined the conversation for an analysis on the development of children in impoverished and/or violent communities.

    • 2 hr 52 min
    Senate Begins Work on $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

    Senate Begins Work on $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan discuss the statements made by the Capitol police officers on January 6th, the massive crime rates in Chicago, and the broken family dynamic that America is fostering.


    Guests:

    Lee Stranahan - Sputnik News analyst and host of The Back Story | 1/6, Vote Audit

    Vaughn Bryant - Executive Director at Metropolitan Peace Initiatives | Violence in Chicago

    Laurie DeRose - Senior fellow at the Institute for Family Studies and professor | Family Dynamic in America


    In the first hour Lee Stranahan joined the show to talk about the accounts of the January 6th riot given by the Capitol police officers. With all the footage captured that day, is it conceivable that racial slurs were being yelled though not caught on camera?


    In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Vaughn Bryant to talk about the massive crime rates in Chicago and what it is like on a daily basis in the city. Vaughn attributes much of the crime to poverty and many individuals being overlooked by the government.


    In the third hour Laurie DeRose joined the conversation for an analysis on families and the family dynamic in America. Are government programs incentivizing couples to break marriages apart that otherwise would not have?

    • 2 hr 51 min
    CDC Reinstates Mask Guidance

    CDC Reinstates Mask Guidance

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan discuss bad practices by the Federal Reserve System, the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines, the tampering of ShotSpotter by authorities, Simone Biles pulling out of the Olympics, and the sentencing of Daniel Hale for his role in leaking military documents.


    Guests:


    Mark Frost - Economist, professor, consultant, and capitalist | The Fed Feeds Inflation



    Teddy Fikre - Co-Founder and former editor of GhionJournal.com | COVID Facts


    Barrington Salmon- journalist, senior staff writer, and an investigative writer with Sputnik News | ShotSpotter Tampering


    John Kiriakou - Former CIA officer, and co-host of The Backstory on Radio Sputnik | Daniel Hale


    In the first hour Mark Frost joined the show to talk about the raging inflation occurring in America right now and why the Fed has printed money to combat the pandemic and as a result they also devalued the dollar.


    In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Teddy Fikre to talk about the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines. Then we were joined by Barrington Salmon for a discussion on the controversial technology ShotSpotter and how some law enforcement are tampering with the results.


    In the third hour producer Cordell Woodland joined the conversation for an analysis on Simone Biles pulling out of the Olympics mid event. We were then joined by John Kiriakou to talk about the sentencing of Daniel Hale after he leaked information on drone technologies.

    • 2 hr 49 min
    Pelosi Assembles the Team; January 6th Riot

    Pelosi Assembles the Team; January 6th Riot

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about Andrew Cuomo’s governorship, the horrific explosion at a chemical plant in Germany, the history of the Olympics, the case against Chevron and the retaliation of the company against Steven Donzinger.


    Guests:


    Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist & Syndicated Columnist | Feds Drop Inquiry


    Glenn Anderson - Professor and award winning documentary director, producer and journalist | History of the Olympics


    Peter Oliver - EU correspondent for RT International | Explosion at Chemical Plant in Germany


    Steven Donzinger - American attorney specializing in corporate malfeasance and human rights abuses | Chevron Pollution Case


    In the first hour Ted Rall joined the show to discuss the ever present, undying determination of Andrew Cuomo to stay in the office of the Governor of New York as the Department of Justice drops their case against him.


    In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Peter Oliver for live coverage of the explosion of a chemical plant in Germany. We were then joined by Glenn Anderson who broke down the history of the Olympics, its use as a propaganda tool, and how today’s games will be written in history.


    In the third hour we were joined by Steven Donzinger after being convicted of contempt in his case against Chevron. He was charged criminally within a civil lawsuit and is currently fighting the case with appeals, all the while staring down jail time.

    • 2 hr 51 min
    US COVID Deaths Under 50, Afghanistan Civilians Killed in Record Numbers

    US COVID Deaths Under 50, Afghanistan Civilians Killed in Record Numbers

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about how the Olympics are kicking off, the government of Israel and the country’s conflict with Palestine, and the FBI case against the Watchmen who attempted to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.


    Guests:


    Elijah Magnier - Veteran war correspondent | Palestinian Authority


    Coleen Rowley - lawyer, Retired FBI agent and former MPLS Legal Counsel | Supposed FBI Entrapment


    In the first hour producers Austin Pelli and Cordell Woodland joined the show to discuss the state of the Olympics. How could the US team lose to France, and why did they allow a fencing alternate to compete after multiple sexual assault allogations.


    In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Elijah Magnier for a conversation on the authority within Palestine and the new government of Israel.


    In the third hour we were joined by Coleen Rowley for an expert analysis on the kidnapping plot of Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer. She helped break down the differences between a sting operation and entrapment, and why the coercion is so important in these cases.

    • 2 hr 52 min
    Olympics to Begin as Tokyo Tries to Contain New COVID Surge

    Olympics to Begin as Tokyo Tries to Contain New COVID Surge

    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the state of the economy more well into a year of COVID-19, the deception of the housing market, the Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan, the increasing military power of Russia and China, and the case of the watchmen in their attempted kidnapping plot.


    Guests:


    Mark Frost - Economist, professor, consultant, and capitalist | Inflation & the Housing Market



    Scott Ritter - Former U.N. weapons inspector and a weapons of mass destruction whistleblower | Current- & Next-Gen Military Hardware & Doctrine


    Bob Schlehuber - Host of Political Misfits here on Radio Sputnik | Biden Town Hall & Pelosi Jan 6th Commission


    In the first hour Mark Frost joined the show to discuss the reaction of the country to Covid-19 and what that did to the economy. Then Mark talked about the deceptive housing market and how it is primed for a crash very soon.


    In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Scott Ritter for a conversation on the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan and why this is such a failure and a defeat by the US. Scott also talked about what a war with China or Russia would look like and whether or not we should be worried about these superpowers having quite advanced technology.


    In the third hour we were joined by Bob Schlehuber to talk about the loyalty of the right to Donald Trump, and the ever growing issue of entrapment within the USA.

    • 2 hr 53 min

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