Pete Buttigieg's Naked Resume

Pastor Mario Sims joins Dr. E. Michael Jones and Peter Helland to continue studying South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, his suitability for the presidency, and those who are trying to launch him as the first gay president.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg Vetoes Women's Care Center

A panel discussion on South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg's veto of a zoning change that would have permitted a counseling center to open next to an abortion clinic. The participants include host Peter Helland, Pastor Mario Sims, Pastor Grayland Watson, and E.Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine.

On April 28th Mayor Buttigieg, vetoed the common council's decision to grant the Women's Care Center a rezoning permit, saying, "This is one of the hardest decisions that I've ever made in this job." His decision has upset many right to life Christians in the Michiana area. The proposed Women's Care Center is located next to the new abortion clinic on South Bend's poorer West Side. The Center's outreach is especially meant to minister to the poorer minorities suffering from unwanted pregnancies. If one of the three African-American women on the common council changes her vote, the mayor's veto will be overruled.

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.