James Tracy - media theory
A one near extinct species. Jeremy Hance, of The Guardian (and other publications), rejoins program to Discuss the rebound of Bison in the mid-west territories of US and Canada under native American guidance. A plus for the ecosystem and possibly tourism. Local US government not so interested.
Also in this episode. James Tracy, PhD (Iowa), joins program to Discuss media theory. He is a former tenured professor of Communications at Florida Atlantic University. He was dismissed from the school in 2016 for his views on "conspiracy theories" and "false flags" perpetrated by elements within and of deep seated facets of the US government. The grounds were: "conflict of interest". In 2018 Tracy filed an appeal to a US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit with his civil rights attorneys.
Was the Sandy Hook Massacre a staged event? Were the Boston Marathon Bombings a false flag designed by elements within the US government to infringe your civil rights? These are questions Tracy has researched and taken a stand on. That stand led to his dismissal from a major US university. Does that dismissal infringe upon his own rights? Think freedom.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iantrottier/support
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