The Disagreement about "Anti-Seimitism" between Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. E. Michael Jones

Peter Helland and Dr. E. Michael Jones address the disagreement between him and Dr. Michael Brown, what "Christian Anti-Semitism" is, and what the implications are of shutting down discussion leads to. As people become more radicalized, and as society is pulled to two extremes, Dr. Jones offers, a moderate alternative offered to us by the Catholic Church.

Discussing Anti-Semitism with Dr. Michael Brown

Dr. Michael Brown discusses antisemitism with Dr. E. Michael Jones on Dr. Brown's show The Line of Fire, including discussion of allegations that Dr. Jones is antisemitic.

Logos, Trump, & Much More

Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, and Daniel Walker of Activist-News discuss the concept of Logos in light of the Bible and philosophy; Trump, his foreign policy, nationalism, and neoconservatism; economics; Australia, Gina Rinehart, same sex marriage and corruption in the Catholic Church.

Apocalypse In Golestan

In mid May Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, spoke at the New Horizon conference on Palestine in Mashhad, Iran. The conference occurred at almost the same time as Israel was celebrating its 70th birthday, the U.S. embassy in Israel was moving from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, President Trump was breaking the United States commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action agreement with Iran, and Palestinians were protesting these events at the Apartheid Wall in Gaza.

How Meyer Lansky Took Over The Cincinnati Ballet

E. Michael Jones discusses his recent book "How Meyer Lansky Took Over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas Did About It" in which he addressed the Jewish mob corruption of the "sin-city" across the river in Newport, Kentucky and the later corruption that developed in Cincinnati. The book tells the fascinating story behind how and why the American Psychiatric Association wrongly removed homosexuality from its list of mental illnesses in 1973, paving the way for the current dominance of the gay-lesbian movement in America. Mike writes: "It's all part of what David Altman described as "the homosexualization of America." He discusses how this and many other intriguing discoveries play into the Cincinnati Ballet and how four of their Ballerinas revolted against the current gender equality social engineering. Some of the people that crop up along the way include Cardinal Bernardin - then Archbishop of Cincinnati, Dutch Shultz, Moe Dalitz, the Cleveland Four, Sheldon Adelson, Dan Gilbert, Edward Warburg, George Ratterman - former Notre Dame quarterback, Robert Kennedy, the CIA, Robert Mapplethorpe, and the Museum of Modern Art.