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The World According to Jesse


A variety news show that tackles today’s biggest political stories, as well as deeper issues such as government hypocrisy and corporate deception, through a mix of thought-provoking interviews and on-the-ground reporting.

Feb 26, 2022 13:28

Florida mask mandates illegal?

Jesse Ventura and Mollye Barrows discuss political payback for Florida school districts that mandated face masks, plus border towns pushing back against militias. Law professor and author Eric Segall talks about his book, ‘Supreme Court Myths: Why the Supreme Court Is Not a Court and Its Justices Are Not Judges’.

Feb 19, 2022 06:49

Seaman dies after ‘Hell Week’

Jesse Ventura and Mollye Barrows discuss Navy SEAL training after a candidate dies following ‘Hell Week’, and the states suing President Biden to overturn a federal pay raise. Campaign Director for Americans for Tax Fairness and co-founder of the Tax March Maura Quint talks about the need for tax justice and how to achieve it.

Feb 12, 2022 06:48

US sanctions hypocritical?

Jesse Ventura and Mollye Barrows discuss US troop deployment to Eastern Europe amid the Russia-Ukraine crisis, Big Pharma’s big price hikes, and Donald Trump on pardoning Jan. 6 defendants. Clean energy entrepreneur Andy Bowman talks about his latest book, ‘The West Texas Power Plant That Saved the World’.

Feb 5, 2022 06:38

State Department hypocrisy over Egypt’s human rights record

Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos discuss the State Department’s hypocrisy over human rights in Egypt, Israel’s treatment of Palestinians, and the labor push for unions. David Sinclair talks about anti-aging science and technology.

Jan 29, 2022 08:49

Ukraine crisis tests international order

Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos discuss the crisis in Ukraine, Julian Assange’s small victory, and the upcoming sale of a CIA black site. Dr. Bryan Quoc Le talks about food technology and science, and how it affects human health.

Jan 22, 2022 06:35

Foreign policy challenges for 2022

Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos discuss the Biden administration’s potential foreign policy challenges in 2022, the Supreme Court’s decision to block vaccine requirements for workers, and inflation inequality. Author Erwin Chemerinsky talks about how SCOTUS empowered police and subverted civil rights.