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Martin Avila
Martin Avila joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how we can support his organization’s plan to create a global, non-political alternative to the current Big Tech-controlled Internet backbone.
Martin Avila
Martin Avila joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the decision to begin building an alternative Internet backbone that is powered by entities that will operate it without threatening the liberty of Americans.
Martin Avila
Martin Avila joins Jim Blasingame to report on the level of control Big Tech has on the technology that powers the Internet backbone around the world.
Arky Ciancutti
Arky Ciancutti joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the current toxic behavior of “Us v Them” in our daily interactions, how we can turn this around virtually overnight, and what could result if we don’t.
Soulaima Gourani
Soulaima Gourani joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the unprecedented and multi-faceted power that a handful of Big Tech firms wield, and what the rest of us can do to minimize their impact.
Shelby Scarbrough
Shelby Scarbrough joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the basis for her book on civility was inspired by writings of George Washington, and how these very human behaviors are being challenged by the velocity of the digital age.
Shelby Scarbrough
Shelby Scarbrough joins Jim Blasingame to report on the ways our civility is being compromised by the digital age because trust and ethics doesn’t transfer well at the speed of light.
Doug Wead
Doug Wead joins Jim Blasingame to report on a coordinated effort to cancel the ability of President Trump to publish his memoirs, including the book publishing, printing, and distribution sectors.
Doug Wead
Doug Wead joins Jim Blasingame to report on the power Big Tech has assumed by taking away America’s most fundamental liberty, freedom of speech, and they seem to be getting away with it.
Steve Forbes
Steve Forbes joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that America’s greatest threats include despot nations, like China and Russia, but perhaps even more so, our own Big Tech companies, but in some ways, we’ve become our own worst enemies.

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