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TO LISTEN TO THE SHOW Help Keep “The Other Side of the News” on the Air! Your Contributions are Appreciated. In Loving Memory of Dr. James DeMeo who transition the first week of April, 2022. This show is a dynamic presentation of his early research surrounding the COVID-19 crisis in which he discusses his paper on the topic that led to the last book written by James. TO LISTEN TO THE SHOW   Guest Page Fast links to Items:  James – Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta Fast links to Bios:  James – Kynthea – Timothy – Annetta . You’re Welcome to Add Your Comments Below in the blog below before the show:) TONIGHT, Friday,  April 15, 2022 FRI. 7 pm – 9 pm PT / 10 pm – Midnight ET SAT. 3 – 5 am GMT  Below are 5 DIFFERENT WAYS to Listen to the Live Show: 1) Use our own player […]

    Trump Administration Suddenly Announces Return of American Astronauts to the Moon … Before End of President Trump’s Second Term! Find Out “Why” Here: Click on Image for The Presidential Briefing Trailer: https://youtu.be/G7rLvWy8Ih0   What IS “racism?” Merriam-Webster says: “a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities, and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particuar race [over all others] ….” Scientifically, of course, modern genetics and DNA research have long proven that “race” is a meaningless term. So, how is it that so many humans are fixated on the idea that the color of their skin … or the shape of their eyes … makes them superior to all other humans — who happen NOT to share those same superficial characteristics? And, why is this incredibly erroneous, incredibly stupid, incredibly baseless “fixation” … currently tearing us apart?! Join us … and find […]

  The recent, intensely controversial Supreme Court Senate hearings in Washington brought into sharp focus the deep, apparently systemic (centuries-long …) divisions in American society still remaining over issues of “women,” “sexism” and “male dominance.” My guest tonight, Dr. James DeMeo, has spent the last several decades studying this problem in-depth — and has come to some remarkable conclusions. As part of his PhD thesis at the University of Kansas, DeMeo undertook a cross-cultural review of modern ethnographic data. This was the first-ever mapping of human behavior around the world, in the largest ever cross-cultural study so far undertaken. 1170 different cultures, 63 different social variables, all related to “the treatment of infants and women,” “the status of woman, marriage and inheritance customs,” and the presence of hierarchical structures such as “class,” “caste” and “slavery” — with beliefs in a violent god with full time priesthoods of human “enforcers,” and […]