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Dave Rand joins the show to discuss his recent study about the effects of fact checking and verifying news articles on social media sites like Facebook.
In Part II, Adam Johnson talks about the media’s tendency to frame the United States in a benevolent light and the cultish ideology surrounding American war.
In part one, Adam Johnson discusses the media portrayals of North Korea and their lack of context, including selective memory about the destruction of the Korean War.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss expectations and potential outcomes from the G20 summit, as well as President Trump’s ongoing war with the media.
This week, we welcome back contributor Matt Ruby, along with new contributor Charles Gould, to discuss Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods and friction in the relationship between Facebook and media…
This week, we welcome back contributors Ester Steinberg and Matt Ruby to discuss the ongoing issue of so-called “Fake News”. Also, Charles Hinshaw returns to discuss the new movie, Wonder Woman,…
This week, we welcome back contributor Matt Ruby and, for the first time, new contributor Ester Steinberg to discuss the particulars of a potential Mike Pence presidency should Donald Trump somehow…
By simply absorbing news coverage of crime and violent conflicts, it’s easy to conclude that humans are incorrigibly brutal creatures with little sanctity for life and even less hope for progress.
You’ve heard of anorexia and bulimia, but what about orthorexia and diabulimia? Eating disorders affect approximately 30 million people in the United States, and it’s about time we start taking these illnesses, and their treatments, seriously.
For today’s podcast we’ll connect with Susana Martinez-Conde, a neuroscientist and science writer and David Altheide, who has been tracing the development of this fear since its indoctrination into our country’s media over four decades ago.

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