Watching the Hawks

  • White people are dying out & other CDC nightmares (E747)
    The CDC quietly published a new report indicating that more people are exposed to drinking contaminated water than previously thought. For the first time in US history, more white people are dying than being born in most states. Author D. Watkins...
  • Watching the Hawks
    The hosts, Tyrel Ventura, Sean Stone and Tabetha Wallace along with their guests are your eyes and ears on the ground in the world of media, politics and pop culture.
  • White people are dying out & other CDC nightmares (E747)
    White people are dying out & other CDC nightmares (E747)
    The CDC quietly published a new report indicating that more people are exposed to drinking contaminated water than previously thought. For the first time in US history, more white people are dying than being born in most states. Author D. Watkins...
  • US leaves poor Israel all alone at UN Human Rights Council (E746)
    US leaves poor Israel all alone at UN Human Rights Council (E746)
    The United States crosses its arms, pouts, and leaves the UN Human Rights Council because other countries criticized its BFF Israel. Author Ramy Romany illustrates the importance of the ancient Egyptian language. Author Nomi Prins discusses her new...
  • Billion-dollar military budgets despite poor healthcare (E745)
    Billion-dollar military budgets despite poor healthcare (E745)
    The Senate passed a $716 billion defense policy bill that will continue to build the American military… despite embarrassingly bad healthcare in the US. A former CIA engineer has been indicted over the largest leak of classified information...
  • ‘The Cartels Don’t Exist' & cops drug scandals (E744)
    ‘The Cartels Don’t Exist' & cops drug scandals (E744)
    Minneapolis police officers asked EMT workers to administer ketamine, a tranquillizing drug, to dozens of suspects and others who were detained, according to the State Tribune. Author Oswaldo Zavala discusses his new book ‘The Cartels...
  • Iran’s World Cup clapback & behind the headlines (E743)
    Iran’s World Cup clapback & behind the headlines (E743)
    Author and journalist D. Watkins joins Tyrel Ventura to take a deeper look at some of this week’s important stories that got lost in the hype. RT Sports Correspondent Steve Christakos discusses Iran’s big win at the World Cup. And the...
  • Big Pharma & Big Agriculture eating us alive (E742)
    Big Pharma & Big Agriculture eating us alive (E742)
    The Massachusetts attorney general is suing Purdue Pharma for 670 opioid related deaths; legal analyst Lionel Media discusses. Film producer Merrilee Jacobs discusses her new documentary ‘Eating You Alive,’ which takes a look at the...
  • America’s child sex trafficking & suicide epidemics (E741)
    America’s child sex trafficking & suicide epidemics (E741)
    88% of missing sex trafficked kids come from the US foster care system, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. A sobering special report on the US’s worsening suicide epidemic. The Mueller and #Russiagate stuff is...
  • War, peace & ending cash bail (E740)
    War, peace & ending cash bail (E740)
    Denuclearization on the Korean peninsula seems promising, as the US-North Korea peace summit commences. Attorney General Jeff Sessions released new Justice Department guidance stating that survivors of domestic and gang violence will no longer...
  • Goodbye net neutrality & hello human trafficking (E739)
    Goodbye net neutrality & hello human trafficking (E739)
    A new survey from Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business shows that a loss of ‘watchful eyes’ from local newspapers leads to a decline in government efficiency. Net neutrality has officially been repealed by the FCC, so enjoy our...
  • Australia’s guns: Control, culture, bias (E738)
    Australia’s guns: Control, culture, bias (E738)
    Co-hosts Tyrel Ventura and Tabetha Wallace venture down under to Australia to interview a number of experts, including Pulitzer Prize winner John Pilger, on gun violence, gun culture, and the differences between gun ownership in the US and...