This week on New World Next Week: would-be migrants are enslaved in love bombed Libya; the DOJ would prefer to keep their bogus crime lab; and fake news abounds with deleted emails and retracted facts.
This week on the New World Next Week: the doomsday seed vault gets a doomsday data neighbor; billionaires are shelling out mega-bucks to define fake news; and a graphene-based sieve promises seawater solutions.
This week on the New World Next Week: Congress just passed a bill allowing ISPs to sell your search history; the Russian hacking story is falling apart at the seams; and liberty takes to the seas with free, floating cities.
This month’s Album Analysis uncovers a strange, little gem that was right there in the open. From the makes of ‘Fiddler On The Roof’ came the story of everyone’s favorite money masters, ‘The Rothschilds: A Musical’.
This week on the New World Next Week: To cut climate funding you have to find it first; a new bill would allow companies to force genetic testing of workers; and Portland’s anarchists take to the streets – to fix the roads.
This week on the New World Next Week: Pablo Escobar’s son says his dad ran drugs for the CIA; Wendy’s lays off 1,000 minimum wage workers for automatic kiosks; and Americans have fewer TVs on average than when we started making this show.
This week on the New World Next Week: CIA operative the “Blind Sheik” dies in prison; a lone hero stands up to unconstitutional speed cameras; and a bite mark victim bites back against the pseudoscience.
This week on the New World Next Week: Dems pretend to care about the Logan Act and Repubs pretend to care about government spying as Flynn quits; America’s crumbling infrastructure continues to crumble; and some good news pushback on the road to a police state.