An Air Force veteran who recently came forward with claims of a covert government UFO retrieval program will testify on Wednesday before a panel of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee. David Grusch, a veteran of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency who served on the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, claims that the Department of Defense […]
The ongoing narrative presenting the current hot temperatures across the world as something alarming is ludicrous, according to Daniel Turner, founder of advocacy Power the Future, who insists that environmental activists are hyping up heat events. Earlier this month, Prof. Christopher Hewitt, Director of Climate Services at the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), said that the world […]
The recent indictments of two suspected Chinese agents in California are examples of how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is trying to turn the United States into a “hunting ground” for dissidents, according to Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.). The two individuals attempted to bribe an undercover officer posing as an IRS agent, in a plot […]
Newsmakers speaks with Savanah Hernandez from the ground at East Palestine, Ohio, where a train derailment has caused significant chemical damage to the surrounding community and environment. She gives her recount of former President Donald Trump’s visit to the area and the reaction of the local community.
Robert Patillo talks to NewsMakers about the Biden administration’s response to the derailment at East Palestine, Ohio. Could President Joe Biden have done better to help them, and is he setting aside American interests with his new pledge to Ukraine?
Newsmakers sits down with Will Pope, a Jan. 6 defendant, to give us his story about his trial, and to go over the significance of footage recently handed over to Fox News host Tucker Carlson and what it could mean for Will.
Jenna Ellis, a former Senior Adviser and Counsel to President Donald Trump, sits down with NewsMakers to talk about the upcoming 2024 presidential elections, including Vivek Ramaswarmy’s recent announcement for the presidency and rumors of President Joe Biden getting replaced by the Democrats for 2024.
Tony Cardwell is the president of the BMWED Rail Union, and talks to Newsmakers about the causes of the Ohio train derailment, including the stress of the rail workers and if the recent rail strikes could have any connection to the derailments happening currently.
NewsMakers sits down with Dr. Scott Atlas, a former adviser for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, to get his opinion on the agreement drafted between the World Health Organization (WHO) and President Joe Biden, and to discuss whether WHO now would be able to dictate U.S. health policy and the legality of the situation.
Dr. Scott Atlas, former adviser to the White House Coronavirus Task Force, talks to Newsmakers about the Biden administration giving the World Health Organization the power to decide America’s pandemic policies. Epoch Times reporter Jeff Louderback shares his thoughts on former President Donald Trump’s visit to East Palestine, Ohio, after the train derailment. Crowds of […]
NewsMakers speaks with environmental attorney Steve Milloy for his insight into the handling of the toxic chemical train derailment in Ohio. He tells NewsMakers his expert opinion on what the long-term health risks and impacts could be.
Renowned cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough discusses with NewsMakers the new medical diagnosis codes for COVID-19 immunization status in the United States. He gives his opinion on the matter and whether it is the goal of these codes to track unvaccinated individuals.
NewsMakers sat down with Jeff Louderback, an Epoch Times reporter on the ground in East Palestine, Ohio, to talk about the current situation unfolding in the area, and the environmental and health impact on local residents.
Gen. Robert Spalding talks to NewsMakers about the possible shift in the rules of engagement with China after the United States shot down the Chinese spy balloon. What significance does this change mean and what does it mean for China’s future plans?
Rick Fisher, senior fellow at International Assessment and Strategy Center, gives his expert analysis of the latest information concerning the CCP spy balloon and the three mystery objects shot out of the sky over North America.
Epoch Times reporter Jeff Louderback talks to Newsmakers about the environmental impact of the Ohio train derailment, and the health impact to residents near the chemical accident. Environmental attorney Steve Milloy gives an expert analysis on the train derailment’s long-term impacts, and more insight into the health risks associated with the toxic chemicals it released. […]
NewsMakers speaks to Jenna Ellis, former senior adviser and counsel to President Donald Trump, on the ongoing issue of abortion. She offers her take on President Joe Biden’s decision on declaring a public health emergency over abortion.
Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach discusses with NewsMakers the legality and ethics of a Department of Labor rule that allows 401(k) managers to put savings into ESG funds, without the permission of the account holder.
NewsMakers sits down with Victor Avila to discuss the crisis at the U.S. Southern border. He talks about the massive influx of people and illegal goods, and why it’s such a critical issue in preserving American security.
Gen. Robert Spalding talks to NewsMakers about the growing concerns for U.S. national security as Chinese companies are buying up U.S. farmland. He weighs in on a recent corn mill project that was terminated in North Dakota.
Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach talks with Newsmakers about the states suing the Biden administration over allowing 401(k) managers to put savings into environmental, social, and governance funds. Jenna Ellis, former senior adviser and counsel to President Donald Trump, speaks about the Biden administration’s idea to declare a public health emergency in order to expand […]
California’s controversial COVID-19 misinformation law, which bars doctors from providing “misinformation” or “disinformation” related to COVID-19, is an unprecedented effort by those in power to block doctors from sharing their views on COVID-19 topics, including on vaccines, with their patients, an attorney says. And lawmakers had pivoted the initial bill from its true, intended purpose […]
NewsMakers sat down with South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem to discuss the recent signing of Executive Order 2023-02. She also discusses proposals on banning Chinese investment into U.S. farmland and the implications on America if we don’t take action now.
Robert Patillo, a civil rights attorney and Democratic strategist, sat down with NewsMakers to discuss the riots and protests in Atlanta, and how it affects the local community and the country as a whole.
NewsMakers sat down with former strategist for President Donald Trump, Sebastian Gorka, to go into a deep dive into the United State’s decision to send 31 M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine, and to hear his opinion on what this means for the United State and Europe and how Russia might respond.
Newsmakers discusses the issue of debt in America with Thomas Hogan, senior research faculty at the American Institute for Economic Research. Hogan provides a rundown on key events in the battle to combat growing economic worry. He talks about the current debt ceiling and what Congress can do to help.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem joins Newsmakers to talk about her signing an executive order blocking her state from doing business with certain telecommunications companies owned or controlled by “evil foreign governments.” That includes those controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. Rep. Ralph Norman (R-S.C.) talks about the House speaker appointing three hardline Republicans to […]
Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) joins Newsmakers to talk about President Joe Biden’s improperly stored classified documents. Biden lambasted former President Donald Trump for doing the same thing. What does Congress plan to do about it? Jenna Ellis, former senior adviser and counsel to Trump, discusses the reaction of Republicans in Congress to the classified document […]
Akash Chougule, vice president of Americans for Prosperity, talks about the need to control spending in Congress and how recent presidential administrations did not make it a priority. He talks about the showdown in Congress on the current spending bill, and how it reflects a pattern in Congress that needs to change.
Hudson Institute senior fellow Gen. Robert Spalding talks about the recent change to China’s heavy COVID lockdown restrictions, and what it symbolizes about the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Is it about the economy? Is it about health? Or is it about something else altogether? Spalding talks about the current ideological push and what it means […]
Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-Mich.) speaks with Newsmakers about the demise of FTX. He talks about the upcoming Dec. 13 hearing in the House of Representatives and whether he thinks company CEO Sam Bankman-Fried will show up to testify. Another question is how much influence Bankman-Fried has over politicians with his hefty political donations, and whether […]
Jake Warner, senior counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom, talks about the Supreme Court case of a web designer who doesn’t want the state of Colorado to force her to design websites for same-sex weddings. The designer feels the state could try to force her to violate her religious beliefs. The outcome of the case would […]
Ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) talks to Newsmakers about investigations Republicans are planning for the next session of the House of Representatives. Jordan also talks about investigations into Hunter Biden and 150 suspicious activity reports, and whether or not the Justice Department is politically compromised.
Charlene Carter talks with Newsmakers about her experience with Southwest Airlines and the flight attendants’ union, and how she was fired for opposing a pro-abortion march. She says she has no choice but to take a stand when the union uses her money to participate in events for causes she cannot morally support.
We speak to U.S. Rep. Huizenga about the collapse of the crypto giant FTX and the shady political deals done by former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried. Southwest Airlines flight attendant Charlene Carter shares her experience of getting reinstated by Southwest after she was fired for expressing pro-life views. Jake Warner, senior counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom, […]
Kinney County Attorney Brent Smith talks about the Texas governor’s invasion declaration and what it means, and if it will effectively control the border crisis. Smith also talks about if something is restraining Abbott from taking heavier action to stem the border flow, and what backlash he could be worried about.
Consumers’ Research Executive Director Will Hild tells Newsmakers the background on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and how it is being used to influence and change the world. He talks about how the push to use ESG as a standard in investing is a way Wall Street is pushing certain politics and ideologies on the […]
Newsmakers spoke with railway workers’ union president Tony Cardwell. He talks about what the railway workers want and have been trying to get for 55 years, the tough situation railway employees are in with regard to paid sick leave, and what the consequences of President Joe Biden’s efforts to stop workers from striking could lead […]
Newsmakers spoke with Epoch Times senior reporter Nan Su about the protests rocking China. He says accumulated anger from the Chinese regime’s policies are driving them, and there are many different reasons Chinese people are protesting. He also discusses what the protests could eventually lead to.