Skip to content

Authors/Writers

Jeanine Thompson

In today’s world, it is becoming increasingly important to explore both science and soul. Our lives are filled with a vast array of experiences that can often be overwhelming and… Read More »Jeanine Thompson

Wayne L. White

Jim Malliard welcomes viewers to The Malliard Report, a podcast recorded in front of a live virtual audience. He reminds viewers that the views expressed on the show are not… Read More »Wayne L. White

Christina Miles

Do you want to make a positive change in your life, work, or business? Do you want to improve your marriage, be a better parent, or drive more revenue to… Read More »Christina Miles

Mark Anthony

    Ancient Egypt. A time and place that evokes imagery and mystery unlike any other. Everything from ornate, colossal statues, tales of cursed tombs, golden adornments, god-like rulers, and… Read More »Mark Anthony

Samuel Chong

In 1987 Michel Desmarquet stated that he was abducted by very kind and attractive, 8-foot tall, hermaphroditic, humanoid aliens and taken to their advanced planet. He was shown the function… Read More »Samuel Chong

Chris Olson

While Jim Malliard is the face (the voice?), lead researcher, booker and scout, web developer, marketing strategist, merchandise design, and countless other roles, he does also have a small team… Read More »Chris Olson

Rebecca Housel

No matter what your take on the events that surround the whole covid situation, the one thing that everyone can agree on is that the landscape has drastically changed. For… Read More »Rebecca Housel

Thomas Laird

Call centers are one of the most unique experiences from both a consumer and employee standpoint. As a customer, we often feel the frustrations of long wait times, being helplessly… Read More »Thomas Laird

Robert Kabacy

Dealing with the passing of a loved one is one of those unfortunate occurrences that we all must face. Even more intimidating is the notion of having all our affairs… Read More »Robert Kabacy

David P. Perrodin

There are a handful of voices that have become staples and fan favorites in the Malliard repertoire. This week one of those voices returns, and it is none other than… Read More »David P. Perrodin

Crystal McFadden

Unfortunately, it has only been over the last few years that a real and legitimate focus on mental health has made its way to the forefront of discussion. For ages,… Read More »Crystal McFadden

Zachary Green

The entrepreneurial spirit is what drives some of the most revered people in our modern history. Mix in with that a bit of grit, tenacity, and some warrior type ethos,… Read More »Zachary Green

Glora Hass

Gloria Hass has been a messenger of visions and dreams since she was five years old. Gloria has helped the police and people find their lost loved ones. She has… Read More »Glora Hass

John Roberts

Until now, the prominent writer on the King assassination has been William Pepper, who was also the attorney for James Earl Ray. It is the point of view of the… Read More »John Roberts

Vic Ferrari

“It’s no longer the 20th century…things change on a feckin’ weekly basis…” and we as parents, leaders, and caretakers of children need to recognize this. Some of the most dangerous… Read More »Vic Ferrari

Chris Sherlock

Chris Sherlock is the CO- Author of Mental Health For Millennials Volume 4 with Book Hub Publishing. Impact Statement of Been Bullied At School – My Personal story chapter in… Read More »Chris Sherlock

Chris Brady

Anonymity in a time where any and every move is monitored, tracked, and logged is certainly something to grab a hold of and hang of for all that it is… Read More »Chris Brady

Rebecca Housel

The Malliard Report is a long time favorite, and now near regular on the show, but comes with a little different approach to what she wants to discuss. Dr. Rebecca… Read More »Rebecca Housel

Karen Gedney

This week on The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes a guest that is spearheading an initiative to combat the revolving door practices, and better equip those that are coming into the “free world.” This week we welcome back Dr. Karen Gedney to discuss prisoner rehabilitation, reform, and much more.

Rob Gutro

Jim welcomes a guest that specializes in communication with our furry loved ones that have crossed over. This week Jim welcomes author, paranormal investigator, and medium Rob Gutro to the show.

Karen Gedney

This week Jim welcomes Dr. Karen Gedney to discuss prison reform and her experiences within the American prison system.

Tal Iozef

Jim welcomes real estate magnate Tal Iozef to the show. Since 2012 Tal has been blazing quite a trail in the Las Vegas realty game by doing things his own way and outside of the “norm.” In this episode, Tal provides some expert advice on how you can get the most bang for your buck in any market if you are currently looking to invest in property.

Richard Easton

Jim welcomes Richard D. Easton to the show to discuss the history of how GPS came to be the invaluable tool that is used today.

D. Eric Maikranz

This week on The Malliard Report, Jim’s guest just so happens to be an expert in this field. Dedicating his work into the study of past lives; author, producer, and researcher D. Eric Maikranz joins us to discuss his work and more.

Christian Espinosa

Jim welcomes a guest that has become an expert in the perpetually evolving field.
Christian Espinosa is a leadership development and motivational expert, as well as Ironman participant,
ultra-marathoner, skydiver, and scuba diver.

Zachary Elwood

The featured guest on this week’s episode just so happened to be one of those experts, and literally wrote the book on keying in on other players’ ticks, queues, and give-aways. This week on the show Jim welcomes author, poker player, and people reader Zachary Elwood.

David Strausser

Jim welcomes David Strausser to the show to get his insight and opinion on the very unique economic time that we currently find ourselves.

Nick Redfern

Jim welcomes a returning guest that has turned his investigating prowess to uncovering the real events that happened over the course of two nights in December; author, investigator, and UFO truth sleuth, Nick Redfern.

Travis Irvine

On this episode, Jim welcomes writer, director, politician, comedian, gubernatorial candidate, provocateur, raccoonteur (yes, raccoonteur) and pundit Travis Irvine to share his varied endeavors, adventures, and cage-rattling commentary.

Allan Stevo

Jim welcomes Allan Stevo to the show to discuss, masks, bitcoin, tech, and much more.

Devon Price

Dr. Price does an absolute fantastic job at truly debunking the myth that laziness is just a trait that some people take on, shows that we really need to enjoy the accomplishments from the day, and not focus on the what else we could have done.

Jennifer Firpo

Jennifer Firpo of JVsion Advertising shares her tips and tricks on how to navigate an ever-changing climate of media, advertising in a Covid world, and much more.

Andrew Pyper

Jim welcomes a writer that has captured said essence in his latest novel The Residence.

Ran Goldman

Jim welcomes Professor Ran Goldman MD to the show. Dr. Goldman is a pediatrician/researcher/professor/published writer that is making waves in his field.

Douglas Noll

Doug Noll is the author of the book De-Escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds or Less.

Priyanka Komala

Jim features Priyanka Komala; podcast host, keynote speaker, and STEM advocate to discuss what it looks like to be a woman in the STEM field.

Gerald Goldhaber

Dr. Goldhaber and Jim discuss everything from the health dangers of drinking soda, to the infamous coffee spilling associated with a well-known fast-food chain. (While people like to mock the situation, the woman actually was severely burned and Dr. Goldhaber gets into those specifics too!)

Dan Hill

Dan shares his thoughts on some of the current events and the players involved while discussing their facial mannerisms and meanings.

Brad Meltzer and Josh Mensch

We have the special treat of a double guest show that features Brad Meltzer and Josh Mensch. However, they are not here to discuss what made Lincoln or Washington great (which they still so a little bit anyway) but rather to bring to light a forgotten tidbit of history. We all know the unfortunate demise that Lincoln met through the assassination at Ford’s theatre but this was not the first attempt on his life.

Harry Dent

On this episode, Jim welcomes back Harry Dent to discuss the collapse of oil, the “V” shape recovery and dead count bounce of the markets, and what the future of business will look like.

Jude Morrow

Jude Morrow

Jim welcomes Jude Morrow. Jude is a traveling speaker and noted author that was diagnosed with ASD early in his life. Unable to speak well in his younger years, Jude found solace in books and reading. Knowing that he felt “different” he would often do his best to hide his Autism out of shame but now is very proud and open of the challenges that he has overcome, and loves to share his experiences.

Dr David Perrodin

The Malliard Report Dr. David Perrodin is an expert in safety preparedness and response, Dr. Perrodin has presented on public television, in school
districts and at school safety conferences.

Harry S. Dent, Jr.

Harry Dent

Harry Dent provides some incredible insight in addition to dropping useful tips on how to prepare for the upcoming market plunge in a manner that is easily obtainable and not doom and gloom prepper.

Dan Shaw

Dan Shaw

Dan Shaw began to specialize in geomancy, a branch of Alchemy focusing on the subtle energies of the Earth. Dan travels extensively in the US and abroad, researching sacred places with local vortex experts, and he corresponds with researchers all over the world.

Wendy Gilhula

Wendy Gilhula

This week on The Malliard Report we are going to talk about kindness and finding courage with children’s author and speaker Wendy Gilhula. Wendy has a unique ability to relate to children in such a way that promotes excellence. Her books are constantly recommended by therapists, counselors, activists, and teachers.

Matthew DiBiase

Matthew DiBiase

Matthew is also a huge sports fan and writer and has used this to publish several books and contributes regularly to numerous columns. In Matthew’s latest book Lords of the Gridiron: College Football’s Greatest Coaches, the 150th anniversary of college football is celebrated by digging into what really makes a great coach.

Charles Reichblum

Charles Reichblum

Charles Reichblum the nickname “Dr. Knowledge” — an appropriate name for a man who has amassed one of the world’s largest collections of interesting facts and stories over more than 50 years as a journalist.

Leon Bibi

Leon Bibi

This week Jim welcomes Leon Bibi to the show to discuss his theory that we are of extraterrestrial origin though his book Adam = Alien.

Dan Shaw

Dan Shaw

Dan Shaw began to specialize in geomancy, a branch of Alchemy focusing on the subtle energies of the Earth.

Derek Volk

Derek Volk

Derek Volk is the author of the internationally acclaimed Amazon bestseller, Chasing the Rabbit: A Dad’s Life Raising a Son on the Spectrum. Derek is a Maine businessman, a supporter of Autism awareness, volunteer and philanthropist who, along with his family, was recently named the 2015 Spurwink “Humanitarian of the Year.

Rebecca Housel

Rebecca Housel

Dr. Rebecca Housel, The Pop Culture Professor™️, is a New York Times bestselling author and editor. Housel was on tour with Comic-Con for three years as MC and performed over 200 live interviews with Hollywood icons.

Larry Olmsted

Larry Olmsted is known for his award-winning book (among many other awesome things) Real Food Fake Food that covers the swindle that happens to us almost every day in grocery stores and restaurants across the nation.

David Perrodin

David Perrodin’s most recent book “School of Errors establishes another voice in the discussion of how to promote safe schools. It challenges the unchecked expansion of school fortification and hyper-realistic intruder drills and questions the realized benefit of inter-agency collaboration during a sentinel event.

Kevin D Benton

Kevin D Benton

The first area of topic that Jim touched on with Kevin Benton was how he got started on his path to being as varied and talented as he was in Sports, Acting, and Directing.

Herb Dodell

Judge Herb Dodell has served more than fifty years as both a lawyer and judge in the American legal system and has recently written the book From the Trench to the Bench – Navigating The Legal System and Finding Your Spiritual Path Along The Way.

Fred Litwin

Fred Litwin

Fred published his first book, Conservative Confidential: Inside the Fabulous Blue Tent, which detailed his journey from left-wing anti-nuclear activist to becoming a gadfly on the right. I was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak is his second book.

Mark Anthony

Mark Anthony

Mark Anthony the Psychic Lawyer and Psychic Explorer is a world-renowned fourth generation science based evidential psychic medium who communicates with spirits. He is the author of the critically acclaimed Amazon and spiritual bestsellers Never Letting Go and Evidence of Eternity.

Mitch Horowitz

Mitch Horowitz

Mitch Horowitz is a writer-in-residence at the New York Public Library, a lecturer-in-residence at the University of Philosophical Research in Los Angeles, and the PEN Award-winning author of books including Occult America; One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking Reshaped Modern Life; Mind as Builder; and the The Miracle Club: How Thoughts Become Reality.

Mitchel Cohen

Mitchel Cohen

Mitchel Cohen is also an author of multiple publications including his most recent The Fight Against Monsanto’s Roundup: The Politics of Pesticides.

Sheldon Krimsky

Sheldon Krimsky

Professor Krimsky served on the National Institutes of Health’s Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee from 1978-1981. He was a consultant to the Presidential Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research and to the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment.

CharlesBanks

Charles Banks

author and teacher Charles Banks to the show to discuss how we as a generation have become too afraid to talk about important things, too easily offended by criticisms that would normally be seen as helpful, and people still being weirded out by “professionals” having an interest in the unusual.

bernie taylor

Bernie Taylor

Bernie Taylor is an independent naturalist, thought leader and author whose research explores the mythological connections and biological knowledge among prehistoric, indigenous and ancient peoples.

Stephane Allix

Stéphane Allix

Stéphane Allix, who just so happens to be one of those fighting to prove the validity of the talking with the dead.

Eric Burkhart

Eric Burkhart

Eric started a career in federal service by becoming a Federal Agent. In 1999 he moved over to the CIA, which became his passion and focus in life. After being poisoned by while working in Kosovo in 2001, Burkhart was eventually obliged to medically retire, but not before extending his career to include tours in Iraq and Africa

Bob Maginnis

Retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Bob Maginnis graduated from the U.S. Military Academy, the Naval Postgraduate School, the Command & General Staff College, the Defense Language School and the Army War College’s strategy course.

Lolly Daskal

Lolly Daskal

This week Jim welcomes Lolly Daskal to the show to discuss her role with some of the most influential people, spanning multiple levels of industry, and harnessing that inward wherewithal to become a successful leader.

Rebecca Housel

Rebecca Housel

ListenThis week on The Malliard Report Jim welcomes (for the third…or fourth time?) back the one and only Pop Culture Professor, Dr. Rebecca Housel. Bringing her expert insight and knowledge… Read More »Rebecca Housel

Air Force Major Ralph Ganis

Ralph Ganis

Listen To rehash the events that transpired on that fateful November 1963 day in Dealey Plaza would be rather redundant. Additionally, if there is still any belief that Oswald was… Read More »Ralph Ganis

Morry Zelcovitch

Morry Zelcovitch

Listen Digital wearables, human micro-shipping, and training yourself to be able to achieve the very best that you can (even your golf swing); expert of the personal betterment Morry Zelcovitch… Read More »Morry Zelcovitch

Nick Redfern

Nick Redfern

Listen This week on The Malliard Report Jim brings back experienced guest and author Nick Redfern to discuss the topics of his latest book The Black Diary: M.I.B, Women in… Read More »Nick Redfern

Robert Kopecky

ListenThe fascination with the hereafter has been something that humans have pondered over since we first set foot on this corporeal plane. The problem that has plagued this curiosity is… Read More »Robert Kopecky

John Trudel

John Trudel

Listen John Trudel has led an interesting life to say the least. From graduating in an elite level of electronic engineering and research, chasing an elusive doctoral degree, to bouncing… Read More »John Trudel

Nick Redfern

Listen June 10, 2009, a creepy pasta thread found within the Something Awful forum bore witness to the birth of a modern day mythological monster. Described as unnaturally tall, thin,… Read More »Nick Redfern

Ellie Maloney

Ellie Maloney

ListenIn the time between the original airing of this podcast and its posting for preservation, a number of events have unfolded in such a manner it was as if the… Read More »Ellie Maloney

Karen Rontowski

Listen “I only wear underwear with little pictures of Santa Claus on them, because then not matter what mood I’m in, it’s always Christmas…in my pants.” This week on The… Read More »Karen Rontowski

David Perrodin

Dr. David Perrodin

Listen This week on The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes the Safety Doc, Dr. David Perrodin to the show to discuss one of the major events that happened just recently (depending… Read More »Dr. David Perrodin

Gerald Posner

Gerald Posner

12192017 This week on The Malliard Report Jim welcomes a guest that is as diverse as he is. Not afraid to shy away from any of the topics, Gerald Posner… Read More »Gerald Posner

James Fitzgerald

James Fitzgerald

ListenThis week on The Malliard Report Jim may step outside the realm of paranormal, but stays within the fascinating and creepy. On this episode Jim welcomes James Fitzgerald to the… Read More »James Fitzgerald

Scott J Kolbaba

Dr Scott J Kolbaba

Listen When we think of Doctors, the most common assumption is that they are some of the most rational and scientifically based individuals there are. A doctor should have a… Read More »Dr Scott J Kolbaba

Denver Michaels

Denver Michaels Author

Listen “Life is old there. Older than the trees, but younger than the mountains, blowin’ like the breeze.” West Virginia; the subject of John Denver’s mountain mamma, and Denver Michaels’… Read More »Denver Michaels Author

Jim DeFelice

Jim DeFelice

https://open.substack.com/pub/malliard/p/jim-defelice-d4a?r=1tve5b&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web The Malliard Report Jim DeFelice April 30, 2013 http://www.jimdefelice.com/ Welcome to Jim DeFelice Computer Vs Long Hand Omar Bradley ‘every one knows (general) Patten’ Anyone Try to block your… Read More »Jim DeFelice