“Erratum: Jim West referred to a monkey being kept in an environment of 104F. Actually it was the monkey’s body temperature. 104F is the upper range of the normal body temperature for this species, so was not even a fever.”
Most people believe that the Titanic sank in 1912 on its maiden voyage, after hitting an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland, en-route to New York City. This show’s guest, John Hamer, doesn’t believe this, at least the part about it being the Titanic. In fact, he’s written a book about it, “Titanic’s Last Secret”. And another one about the sister ship, “RMS Olympic”. The former being fictional, and the latter being non-fiction – the facts as John Hamer sees them. John also connects the sinking of the Titanic (or maybe the Olympic) to the creation of the US Federal Reserve Bank, a private monopoly on the creation of public money.
Suzanne Venker is an author and feminist critic, i.e. critic of feminism. She has written “The War on Men”, “The Two-Income Trap” and “The Flipside of Feminism”, cowritten with Phyllis Schlafly. They talk about the feminist movement, whether women are better or worse off now, about violence, and about sexual consent. David ends with a comment about Episode 87 and Eugenics. You can find out more about Suzanne Venker at: http://suzannevenker.com