Saturday, October 19, 2019

'Cotto/Gottfried': Fake news is a problem -- just how serious, though? 'Hoaxed' author Mike Cernovich explains.

Most Americans are skeptical about claims made by long-established media sources. This represents a radical departure from the past, in which the press was trusted by a solid majority of those in this country. What happened? While there are no shortage of answers, the exposure of certain high-profile stories as fraudulent -- at least to some degree -- surely is high on the list. Just how serious is the problem of fake news, though? For journalists, Mike Cernovich is perhaps the most loathed man in America. Last year, he released a documentary, 'Hoaxed,' and a book of the same title, both of which expose deception wrought by news outlets. On this episode of 'Cotto/Gottfried,' Cernovich discusses what he discovered in the making of 'Hoaxed,' explains what is going on with untrue reportage, and much more.

'Hoaxed' (book) at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Hoaxed-Everything-They-Told-You-ebook/dp/B07FT1GL51

Cernovich's website: https://www.cernovich.com/

See more 'Cotto/Gottfried' episodes here: https://wtcgcottogottfried.blogspot.com/

'San Francisco Review of Books' main page: http://www.sanfranciscoreviewofbooks.com/

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A republic cannot succeed, till it contains a certain body of men imbued with the principles of justice and honour.
Charles Darwin 

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Book Review: 'Curing the Cancer in U. S. Healthcare: Statescare & Market-Based Medicine' by Deane Waldman

Curing the Cancer in U. S. Healthcare by Deane Waldman

Friday, October 18, 2019

Book Review: 'White Lies in Wisconsin (Cooper Smith Book 3)' by Joe Field

White Lies in Wisconsin by Joe Field

Poem of the Day: 'Mirror of the moment' (to John Giorno) by Rus Khomutoff


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There will never be a really free and enlightened State until the State comes to recognize the individual as a higher and independent power, from which all its power and authority are derived, and treats him accordingly.
Henry David Thoreau 

Thursday, October 17, 2019

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The sky is the daily bread of the eyes.
Ralph Waldo Emerson 

Book Review: 'Chasing Fire (Chase Wen #2)' by Brandt Legg

Chasing Fire by Brandt Legg

Short Story of the Day: 'The Bookkeeper's Wife' by Willa Sibert Cather

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

'Cotto/Gottfried': Should you prepare for the economy to tank? Jim Rickards thinks so -- and explains why.

America's economy is doing pretty well these days. Considering what might happen in the event that it collapses is likely among the last things most wish to do. Wall Street veteran Jim Rickards believes that the time is now to prepare for what happens when the good years draw to a close. His latest book, the bestseller 'Aftermath: Seven Secrets of Wealth Preservation in the Coming Chaos,' details what he believes will transpire as a result of the next global economic meltdown, as well as what ordinary folks can do to shield themselves from fiscal ruination. Rickards explains the key points of 'Aftermath' on this episode of 'Cotto/Gottfried.'

'Aftermath' at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Aftermath-Secrets-Wealth-Preservation-Coming/dp/0735216959

Rickards's website: http://www.jamesrickardsproject.com/

See more 'Cotto/Gottfried' episodes here: https://wtcgcottogottfried.blogspot.com/

Poem of the Day: 'to Bjork' by Rus Khomutoff


Book Review: 'Volume Control: Hearing in a Deafening World' by David Owen