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Ep. 388 - Alex Hollings
We always enjoy bringing Alex Hollings on the show, and we constantly enter interesting territory. On this episode we get into some recent articles from the Marine Corps writer on Russian weapons technologies, the future of space exploration, and from there, we even get into some alien discussion. We also talk about the recent controversy of Elon Musk enjoying a marijuana laced blunt with Joe Rogan on The Joe Rogan Experience, and the repercussions for this action. This leads to some talk on the recent bill to legalize marijuana in the state of New Jersey which could positively impact veterans, find out why. We of course also make sure to discuss Alex's book out now, "The Perception Wars," go pick it up. Also, we get a new voice memo courtesy of our friend Gene Farnsworth. He gives us his take on the recent episode with Sean Parnell. Jack and I get serious as well as we discuss the epidemic of combat veteran suicides. A lot to digest on Episode 388, and we hope it hits the spot for you. Be sure to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.
Aired 6 months ago 81:30
Ep. 446 - Gear, guns, & inventing w/ Green Beret Jeff Kirkham
With nearly three decades of service in Army Special Forces, also serving as a Special Agent in the DEA, authoring several novels, and inventing tools now widely used by the military like the R.A.T.S. Tourniquet, Jeff Kirkham's background is both versatile and impressive. He joins us this episode getting into stories that include his tourniquet innovation saving lives, how he and his partner behind Readyman Jason Ross decided to start writing military thrillers, and his ongoing heated debate in the gun community of the AR VS AK platform. Be sure to check out his latest book "The Last Air Force One," and follow Jeff on Instagram @Praetorian_Innovations. Also on this episode we get into the recent public deposition of Alex Jones, currently being sued by the families of Sandy Hook victims for concocting conspiracy theories on the mass shooting of their children. They claim this rhetoric incited harassment from both members of his staff and his audience. Where is the line on free speech and language that incites harassment and potential violence against private citizens? Is this Alex Jones finally paying the price for years of spreading false information? We get into it on Episode 446 of SOFREP Radio.
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Acosta won't resign, defends secret 2008 plea deal which gave Epstein light sentence for sex crimes; Pelosi appeals for unity amid house democratic infighting
Acosta won't resign, defends secret 2008 plea deal which gave Epstein light sentence for sex crimes; Democrats scramble to prepare for Mueller testimony as some caution against expecting too much; Senior official: Trump's first instinct on Acosta was to fight; Attitude was "Screw'em" after calls to resign came in; White House officials say Acosta handled himself well and that Trump remains supportive of him; British ambassador resigns after calling Trump "Incompetent"; Pelosi: Labor secretary Acosta "Should resign (Or) the president should ask him to step down"; Acosta: State prosecutors were willing to let Epstein "Walk"; Acosta won't say if he regrets 2008 plea deal for Epstein; Pelosi appeals for unity amid house democratic infighting; Hurricane watch issued along Louisiana Coast; North Korea may be targeting former U.S. Marine accused of leading raid on one of its embassies via Knit