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.
Jim welcomes co-directors Jon du Toit and Scooter Downey to the show to discuss their inspirations behind the film, how they got into the industry, the non-deniable godfather of the “truther” movement, and how different players within industries use questionable tactics in silencing any view that may happen to go against the narrative.
Jim welcomes filmmaker, author, and researcher Dave Lugo has put together one of the most comprehensive dives into the overt censorship of the alternative media. Sensational is a fantastic piece of film that will truly open the eyes to even the most stubborn of mainstream believers.
Dan Taxation Is Theft Behrman is an international speaker, promoting the ideas that Taxation Is Theft,
that individual freedom is paramount to the government, and that we are not government property. He
is the founder of the Taxation Is Theft Shop, and host of the Taxation Is Theft Podcast
Bobby Jeffries is a graduate of Millersville University and works as a Director of Logistics, Warehousing, and Shipping for a health and wellness firm. He is a lifelong resident of Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District and is currently challenging incumbent Congressman Scott Perry in the 2020 GOP primary.
Jesse Ventura is an American media personality, actor, author, retired professional wrestler, and former politician who served as the Mayor of Brooklyn Park from 1993 to 1995 and as the 38th Governor of Minnesota from 1999 to 2003. He was the first and only candidate of the Reform Party to win a major government position, but later joined the Green Party of the United States.
“John Kiriakou is a former CIA analyst and case officer, former senior investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and former counterterrorism consultant. While employed by the CIA, he was involved in critical counterterrorism missions following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, but refused to be trained in so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques.” and Kiriakou never authorized or engaged in these techniques After leaving the CIA, Kiriakou appeared on ABC News in an interview with Brian Ross, during which he became the first former CIA officer to confirm that the agency waterboarded detainees and label waterboarding as torture.
Censorship is slowly becoming the norm and those that are speaking out are quickly being silenced, and this is not okay. You may not subscribe to the same core beliefs as today’s guests, but you should absolutely stand for the freedom of speech.
Lee Stranahan to give his expert opinion on the situation and insight for what may come in the future. While this event is certainly a major one in Malliard history, it is not all that is in store for this episode. In addition to Lee, Jim has the pleasure of bringing back Germantownrunner to the show.
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.
John Carman has served as a member of The Secret Service (protecting the President, First Family, and many other prominent heads of state), worked as a San Diego Police officer, US Mint Police (protecting gold bullion at the US Federal Depository in San Francisco), and as an agent for the US Customs and Border Patrol.