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Marie Nougier is back about the popularity of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and efforts to help change the people's perspective on fighting drugs.
Marie Nougier discusses the adverse effects of the United States War on Drugs and talks about some of the harshest drug policies around the world.
Marie Nougier of the IDPC discusses the extreme approach of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte's drug war.
Libertarian author and commentator Todd Seavey discusses the rise of libertarianism in mainstream American politics and its viability as a political philosophy.
Libertarian author and commentator Todd Seavey joins The Daily Beat to discuss Rand Paul's unsuccessful run in the Republican primaries and compare modern American libertarianism with other libertarian movements throughout history.
Libertarian commentator and author Todd Seavey discusses his waning faith in democracy and analyzes the U.S. Constitution from a libertarian point of view.
Political commentator and author Todd Seavey joins The Daily Beat to discuss what a libertarian government--or lack thereof--might look like in the United States.
We chat with Todd Seavey about the core principles of libertarianism and get a glimpse into what a libertarian society might look like.
We learn about the most important lessons learned and the embrace of the Jewish community for this film.
We chat with Anna Wexler about her most challenge aspect of making this film in terms of reckoning with her own past decisions to leave the orthodoxy.
What makes these young people, who’ve already rebelled from the religion in some sense, choose to venture to Israel after high school?
Anna Wexler, a Ph.D. candidate at MIT and documentary filmmaker here to speak with us about her doc called Unorthodox, which follows three Modern Orthodox Jewish teenagers through a post-high school year in Israel.
Unorthodox, which follows three Modern Orthodox Jewish teenagers through a post-high school year in Israel.
Total dietary sugar was cut from 28 percent to 10 percent, and fructose from 12 percent to 4 percent of total calories.
Over the course of nine days, the children were provided food and beverages that mirrored the same fat, protein, carbohydrate and caloric levels as their home diets.
Triglycerides dropped 33 percent and ApoC-III fell by 49 percent in just 10 days of sugar restriction.
Reducing sugar consumption in obese children, rather than cutting calories or starch, or losing weight, leads to a sharp decline in triglycerides and a key protein called ApoC-III
Study finds the effects of fructose can be reversed in obese children.
We’ll talk with Vitali Kremez, a cyber intelligence analyst about what it takes to converse with and track criminals in the deep-net.
There are more victims to target, there is more data to steal, and there is more money to be made from doing so than ever before.
It’s a good time to be a cybercriminal. There are more victims to target, there is more data to steal, and there is more money to be made from doing so than ever before.
We’ll talk with Vitali Kremez, a cyber intelligence analyst about what it takes to converse with and track criminals in the deep-net.
We’ll talk with Vitali Kremez, a cyber intelligence analyst about what it takes to converse with and track criminals in the deep-net.

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