Our guest is writer and researcher, Tim Swartz. Tim has been with us before talking about “The Man of Lightning,” Nikola Tesla and more recently discussing Admiral Richard Byrd’s mysterious 1947 Antarctic Expedition. Tonight Tim will be with us to discuss the details and secrets in a book he co-authored “The Secret Space Program” along with Tim Beckley and Sean Casteel, published in 2012 by Global Communications.
Tim is an Emmy-Award winning television producer/videographer and the author of six books and a contributor to “Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The First Ghostbuster,” and Brad Steiger's “Real Monsters, Gruesome Critters, and Beasts from the Darkside.” Like us, Tim is interested in spooky, intriguing things that make you go, “Hmmm…”
The book, “The Secret Space Program” addresses some interesting questions that we will be exploring, such as:
Was the mysterious scientist Nikola Tesla (considered by many to be the most brilliant man of the 20th century) part of the development of the secret space program?
Our guest is writer, author, and humorist, Matt Goldberg. Matt is the author of five books, “WORDAPODIA, VOLUME ONE” – An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words, “ALL THAT TWITTERS IS NOT GOLDBERG” – Truthful Humor From a Vindicated Columnist, “SO SO WISDOM” – The Misplaced Teachings of So So Gai, and “MIXED EMOTIONS” – Poetry for the Open-Minded. Matt’s newest book is titled, “A SNOWBALL’S CHANGE” Philly Fires Back Against The National Media.”
Some people are naturally funny and usually have an unusual way of looking at the world. That’s why they tend to see humor where others don’t. But where does that come from? How is it developed? Many people are funny, but they’re not writers. Humor writing is a whole other skill level separate from being funny or having a good sense of humor.
Scott and Matt talk about the role humor has played in Matt’s life. Where did his sense of humor and unique view of life come from? What inspired Matt to become a writer? How about Matt’s involvement in Toastmasters and how it has affected his life?
Our guest, independent historian Mike King, owner of the very informative website, TomatoBubble.com, has a passion for history, but he learned a long time ago that “history is written by the victors.” Being an independent historian is NOT an easy task. One has to be willing to look for alternative sources, read a lot of material, discern, and draw your own conclusions – even though they may be difficult to accept.
This year, 2013, marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of The Federal Reserve Act. This is NOTHING to celebrate, that is, unless you are in the upper echelons of banking. The Bill was signed into law on December 23, 2013 by then-President Woodrow Wilson, while most of the Senate and Congress was home enjoying their Christmas break. The same thing happens in modern times too.
By that time, the take over of America’s banking system had been in the works for over 100 years. The passage of the Bill was the grand finale and considered by many to have been the beginning of the end of the great American experiment in freedom as a constitutional republic. The root of the financial takeover goes back to The City of London bankers. Since England failed to take back America in The War of 1812, they created a plan to take over the American money system. And in 1913, they won the money war. It took over 100 years, but they are very diligent. Americans never knew what hit them and the first wave of the takedown of America wouldn’t happen until 1929.
Many of you know K. Scott Teeters as the renowned automotive artist who has written and illustrated for car magazines for over thirty years. He is most loved for his amazing Corvette art and writing in the monthly feature The Illustrated Corvette Series as published in Vette magazine since 1997. Here is an up front and personal interview with Scott featuring all the questions Corvette enthusiasts have wanted to ask him over the years.
Far Out Radio (aka Karen Teeters) – I’ve known you for a long time and I know you’ve been drawing and writing about your love, Corvettes for years. When did your love affair with Corvettes start? Who was responsible for introducing you to the world of Corvettes? What was you initial response and why?
Dean Henderson makes his his third visit with us tonight. Dean is the author of three books, “Stickin' It To The Matrix,” “Big Oil & Their Bankers In The Persian Gulf,” and “The Grateful Unrich.” Dean is a political activist and commentator, and he and his wife Jill are also world travelers, having visited fifty countries on six continents.
When you travel on a shoestring, you get to see and experience how regular people live. Needless to say, Dean has a unique world perspective.
Many have made the distinction that people around the world are essentially the same – they desire security, happiness, peace, and love.