Best of VFTB: LTC Dan Marvin – Expendable Elite

July 1, 2019

AMERICA’S FINEST have all too often been used as throwaway pawns in political chess games played by people who have never seen war. As we approach Independence Day, we bring back two interviews with the late Lt. Col. Dan Marvin, author of an important book, Expendable Elite: One Soldier’s Journey Into Covert Warfare, which documents his service as a Green Beret captain in Vietnam.

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VFTB Live: Dr. Judd Burton – Sons of God, Giants of Old

June 23, 2019

BIBLICAL GIANTOLOGY. Yes, that’s a thing. We discuss it with archaeologist, historian, and author of Interview with the Giant: Ethnohistorical Notes on the Nephilim, Dr. Judd Burton.

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Best of VFTB: Islam’s Violent History With the West

June 16, 2019

Sometimes the answer to a difficult question is obvious. In this case, the question that has befuddled Western politicians and military minds is this: Why do violent jihadists seem to hate us?

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Best of VFTB: Archaeology, Sodom, and the Exodus

June 9, 2019

ANOTHER “ARCHAEOLOGY is cool” program tonight as we raid the archives for interviews with two archaeologists upsetting the applecart of generally accepted beliefs about the ancient Near East.

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Best of VFTB: Transplants and Transhumans

June 9, 2019

We bring you three interviews from the VFTB Archive: First, a pair of talks with the filmmakers behind the documentary Hard to Believe, about the Chinese government’s practice of harvesting organs from prisoners of conscience. Then we bring back a 2013 interview with Patrick Wood, author of Technocracy Rising.

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