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Dive past the headlines in Israel-Palestine to explore the issues and stories other outlets tend to ignore with +972 Magazine writers and local activists, politicians, and experts. +972 Magazine is owned and operated by a group of Israeli and Palestinian journalists, providing fresh, in-depth reporting and analysis directly from the ground in Israel-Palestine. The magazine is committed to human rights, democracy, and freedom of information, and actively opposes the Israeli occupation.
 
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Growing up in the now-defunct Soviet Union was not easy for Zilvinas Silenas or his family. “Government basically brainwashes you from a very early age, and government thinks you are disposable,” Silenas says of living under communism. After leaving Russia and spending four years attending a “very left college” in America, Silenas says he became ev…
 
A native of Joliet, Ill., John Ferak covered the stunning discovery of Scott Shanahan's remains inside his Defiance, Iowa home. Ferak later chronicled the awful tragedy in rural Murdock, also for the Omaha World-Herald, Nebraska's largest news organization. Ferak has appeared on Investigation Discovery's "Cold Blood" and also on HLN News.His first …
 
A native of Joliet, Ill., John Ferak covered the stunning discovery of Scott Shanahan's remains inside his Defiance, Iowa home. Ferak later chronicled the awful tragedy in rural Murdock, also for the Omaha World-Herald, Nebraska's largest news organization. Ferak has appeared on Investigation Discovery's "Cold Blood" and also on HLN News. His first…
 
Guest: Dave McGowan, author of "Programmed To Kill," "Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon," and many more.David McGowan was born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California, where he still resides. After graduating from UCLA in 1983 with an unused degree in psychology, he went to work in construction and now works as a general contractor. He is…
 
Guest: Dave McGowan, author of "Programmed To Kill," "Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon," and many more. David McGowan was born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California, where he still resides. After graduating from UCLA in 1983 with an unused degree in psychology, he went to work in construction and now works as a general contractor. He i…
 
Holding to the biblical definition of male and female has cost the Rev. Bernard Randall his job. Randall served as chaplain of Trent College, a day and boarding school in Derbyshire, England, for four years. He delivered a sermon to students on the topic of gender identity in 2019. “So, all in all, if you are at ease with 'all this LGBT stuff,' you…
 
Betty Medsger is the author of the forthcoming book, THE BURGLARY, as well as: Winds of Change, Framed, and Women at Work. She lives in New York.In late 1970, a mild-mannered Haverford College physics professor privately asked a few people this question: “What do you think of burglarizing an FBI office?” In remarkable detail and with astonishing de…
 
Betty Medsger is the author of the forthcoming book, THE BURGLARY, as well as: Winds of Change, Framed, and Women at Work. She lives in New York. In late 1970, a mild-mannered Haverford College physics professor privately asked a few people this question: “What do you think of burglarizing an FBI office?” In remarkable detail and with astonishing d…
 
Betty Medsger is the author of the forthcoming book, THE BURGLARY, as well as: Winds of Change, Framed, and Women at Work. She lives in New York.In late 1970, a mild-mannered Haverford College physics professor privately asked a few people this question: “What do you think of burglarizing an FBI office?” In remarkable detail and with astonishing de…
 
Betty Medsger is the author of the forthcoming book, THE BURGLARY, as well as: Winds of Change, Framed, and Women at Work. She lives in New York. In late 1970, a mild-mannered Haverford College physics professor privately asked a few people this question: “What do you think of burglarizing an FBI office?” In remarkable detail and with astonishing d…
 
Brandon Tatum, a black former police officer in Tucson, Arizona, says he started out as a liberal, but through a personal evolution over time, he became a conservative. "I started out like most young, black men in the country, where default is being liberal. Default is being a Democrat," he explains. "All of the Democrat positions that you see most…
 
Authoritarianism is all around us. We see it in government, at work, and even in our local communities and schools. What can we do about it? Ben Shapiro, host of “The Ben Shapiro Show” and editor emeritus of The Daily Wire, is the leading the charge against authoritarianism. His new book, “The Authoritarian Moment: How the Left Weaponized America's…
 
It can be very difficult to find common ground in America today. Bitter partisanship feels like the new normal as liberals and conservatives struggle to find even a single topic they agree on. Josh Hammer, opinion editor and host of "The Debate" podcast for Newsweek, decided to do something about it. "Newsweek's idea here is that we are going to be…
 
Assassination of John F. Kennedy, mortal shooting of John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, as he rode in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. His accused killer was Lee Harvey Oswald, a former U.S. Marine who had embraced Marxism and defected for a time to the Soviet Union. Oswald never stood trial for murder,…
 
Assassination of John F. Kennedy, mortal shooting of John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, as he rode in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. His accused killer was Lee Harvey Oswald, a former U.S. Marine who had embraced Marxism and defected for a time to the Soviet Union. Oswald never stood trial for murder,…
 
"The left is weak. It may not feel like that when you're being censored on Facebook... but those actions actually evince weakness. When you have to censor people, it means they're afraid," says Seb Gorka, host of "America First" on the Salem Radio Network and the author of "The War for America's Soul." "We have a republic to save. And guess what? W…
 
On October 1, 2017, a lone gunman opened fire into the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas. The incident remains the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. But out of this tragedy comes a story of true heroism. When Iraq War veteran Taylor Winston heard the first shots, he sprang into action. He grabbed a truck and began to shuttle wound…
 
What is political correctness? When did it start of seep its way into mainstream culture? How is political correctness destroying American society? Michael Knowles, host of "The Michael Knowles Show" at The Daily Wire, joins me on The Daily Signal Podcast to discuss. We also chat about his new book, “Speechless.” "This whole culture has been upende…
 
Earlier this month, American ice cream company Ben & Jerry’s announced that will stop selling their products in Israeli settlements located in the occupied West Bank. The company’s decision has sparked an uproar by Israeli politicians, from the far-right to the Zionist left. Along with cries of “antisemitism” and “economic terrorism,” the Israeli g…
 
Democrats are trying to push both a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill and a $3.5 trillion reconciliation package through Congress. While the former provides funding for traditional infrastructure, such as roads and bridges, the larger latter package provides trillions of dollars for a laundry list of left-wing priorities, Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo…
 
Robert Damon Schneck Historian of the StrangeRobert Damon Schneck is a researcher and writer specializing in strange, obscure, and Fortean American history. He is author of The President’s Vampire (2005), Are You Psychic? (2007), and, most recently, Mrs. Wakeman vs. the Antichrist (2014). A regular contributor to the Fortean Times, Mr. Schneck also…
 
Robert Damon Schneck Historian of the Strange Robert Damon Schneck is a researcher and writer specializing in strange, obscure, and Fortean American history. He is author of The President’s Vampire (2005), Are You Psychic? (2007), and, most recently, Mrs. Wakeman vs. the Antichrist (2014). A regular contributor to the Fortean Times, Mr. Schneck als…
 
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is pushing to extend a subway from San Francisco, not far from Speaker Pelosi’s congressional district, to Silicon Valley, with funding in the Senate’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill. Adam Andrzejewski, founder and CEO of OpenTheBooks.com, and Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, is calling this Pelosi's Bay Area Boondoggle. Why? …
 
What would it be like to go from being an intern at the White House to being White House press secretary? Kayleigh McEnany, the fourth and final press secretary to President Donald Trump, experienced that unlikely journey. She joins me today on "The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss that passage as well as her forthcoming book "For Such a Time as Th…
 
Opperman Report: Fake Moon Landing with Bart Sibrel - Adoption Abuse, Malinda Choma's personal story.In hour 1 joining your host Ed Opperman for an in depth discussion is award winning film maker, writer and investigative journalist Bart Sibrel who is also known for his controversial views about the moon landing being fake. During the show Bart say…
 
Opperman Report: Fake Moon Landing with Bart Sibrel - Adoption Abuse, Malinda Choma's personal story. In hour 1 joining your host Ed Opperman for an in depth discussion is award winning film maker, writer and investigative journalist Bart Sibrel who is also known for his controversial views about the moon landing being fake. During the show Bart sa…
 
The so-called mainstream media has lost touch with real America, says Seth Dillon, CEO of The Babylon Bee, a Christian website that specializes in satire. "Whatever you want to call it, the mainstream media doesn't, really represent mainstream America, so I do think that's a misnomer," Dillion says, adding: It comes out in a lot of the conflicts th…
 
Rep. Andy Biggs says vaccine mandates are a direct violation of Americans' personal freedoms. "It's what a tyranny would do. It's what an authoritarian government would do," the Arizona Republican told The Daily Signal, adding: And when [White House press secretary Jen Psaki] said that [community outreach] targeted neighborhoods, and President [Joe…
 
Mississippi mother Jennifer Booth was surprised when her 9-year-old daughter Lydia Booth came home from school and told her that she was not allowed to wear her “Jesus Loves Me” face mask anymore. Thinking her daughter’s teacher might simply have been having a bad day, Booth sent Lydia back to school with her mask. Again, the third grader was told …
 
In the state of Wisconsin, after being exonerated for a wrongful conviction on September 11, 2003, Steven Avery became a very political name in a very political time. Two years later, when arrested for the 'Intentional Homicide' of Teresa Halbach during a time when he filed a $36,000,000 civil suit, Steven alleges he was ultimately "Framed" by corr…
 
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