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Joshua Allen

In this episode of Talk Truth, we are joined by Joshua Allen, also known as the "cowboy preacher" and the director of Man Camp, an extraordinary Christian men's activity in Western Canada. Joshua shares his powerful personal testimony of how God's transformative power changed his life from a path of addiction and violence to one filled with hope, peace, and purpose. He speaks candidly about his journey away from God and the miraculous encounter that brought him back, ultimately leading him to impact the lives of countless men through Man Camp.

Margaret Granny Mackay

In this episode of Talk Truth, we welcome Margaret "Granny" Mackay. Margaret shares her journey from politics to founding the advocacy group Alberta Municipal Lies and Corruption, exposing municipal corruption and fighting for transparency. She also discusses her personal and spiritual journey, including her recent baptism and growing faith, and addresses society's confusion and anger amidst conflicting information.

Tanner Hnidey

In this episode of Talk Truth, we welcome Tanner Hnidey, a dedicated preacher, author, and speaker. Tanner delves into his new book, "Kingdom of Cain," drawing intriguing parallels between biblical stories and today's moral landscape. He tackles pressing topics such as euthanasia and government control and gives an update on his advocacy for an Alberta pension plan, discussing its potential benefits and addressing common concerns.

Natasha Gonek

In this episode of Talk Truth, we welcome back guest Natasha Gonek, a former regulatory investigations officer. She discusses her recent role as a witness at the NCI, where she provided extensive analysis of the Edmonton Police Service's transparency struggles during the pandemic. She delves into policies such as masking, isolation, and vaccine mandates affecting officers and staff. Additionally, Natasha explores the broader implications of governance on public services, highlighting the power of individual action in demanding accountability and change in governmental and organizational practices.

Dr. Meryl Nass

In this episode of Talk Truth, we welcome special guest Dr. Meryl Nass, a physician renowned for her outspoken views on global public health policies. Dr. Nass argues that recent global health directives, particularly from the WHO, are less about public safety and more about increasing control under the guise of pandemic preparedness. She discusses the potential ramifications of these measures on individual freedoms and human rights, while offering profound insights into sovereignty, censorship, and the influential role of major organizations in shaping public health agendas.

Pastor James Coates - Part 3

In this episode of Talk Truth, we are joined by guest Shawn Buckley to explore part three of Pastor James Coates' NCI Testimony, where he presents a compelling case for the vital role of congregational meetings in nurturing spiritual well-being. Pastor Coates emphasizes the scriptural mandate and the profound significance of these gatherings for individual and communal faith growth. Additionally, the episode sheds light on the legal challenges Pastor Coates faced. Despite these challenges and potential personal consequences, GraceLife Church witnessed remarkable growth, with its congregation tripling in size.

Pastor James Coates - Part 2

In this episode of Talk Truth, we dive into part two of Pastor James Coates' NCI testimony with guest Shawn Buckley. Pastor Coates shares the impact on his congregation, particularly the children, and shares his perspectives on government overreach and the theological basis for his actions, referencing his interpretation of Romans 13. We reflect deeper into the emotional and theological repercussions of these events.

Pastor James Coates - Part 1

In this episode of Talk Truth, we are joined by lawyer Shawn Buckley to explore part one of the compelling NCI testimony of Pastor James Coates. Pastor Coates shares his extraordinary journey during the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting his decision to keep his church, Grace Life Church, open despite government lockdown orders. Facing scrutiny from the local community and government agencies, Pastor Coates and his congregation navigated challenges that led to legal battles and his imprisonment for 35 days.

Michael Wagner

In this episode of Talk Truth, we welcome back returning guest, Michael Wagner, a senior columnist from the Western Standard to discuss concepts of leadership, political influence, and Alberta's independence movement. Michael shares his insights on the integral role of charismatic leaders in uniting and driving political movements, using examples from both Canadian and American political landscapes. We discuss the dynamics of Alberta’s independence discussions, touching on the roles of current and past leaders and how they shape public sentiment and policy.

Natasha Gonek

In this episode of Talk Truth, we had the privilege of speaking with Natasha Gonek, a former regulatory investigations officer. Natasha shares her journey and insights into the world of regulatory investigations, particularly amidst COVID-19 mandates, and her transition away from her formal role. Learn how her career shifted when she took a stand against mandatory vaccine policies, now guiding others through the system with advocacy and support.

Dr. Robert Malone

In this episode of Talk Truth, we welcome back esteemed guest, Dr. Robert Malone. Dr. Malone shares insights into the complex world of COVID-19 vaccine development, the controversies surrounding NIH royalty agreements, and the broader implications of financial conflicts of interest within public health agencies. He provides an in-depth look at the murky financial transactions that seem to benefit only a select few, calling into question the ethical fabric of our health systems.

Michele Bachmann

In this episode of Talk Truth, we are joined by former U.S. Congresswoman and current Dean of the Robertson School of Government at Regent University, Michele Bachmann. Michele delves into the profound impacts of biblical principles on governance and education, sharing insights from her extensive career in politics and now in academic leadership. Additionally, she provides a critical analysis of global organizations like the World Health Organization and discusses the potential consequences of increasing global governance.

Steve Goreham

In this episode of Talk Truth, we are joined by Steve Goreham, a critic of current climate policies and author of "Green Breakdown: The Coming Renewable Energy Failure." Steve delves into the intricacies of climate change narratives, examining the practicality of renewable energy solutions and delving into the challenges surrounding electric vehicles within evolving economies and technological spheres. He also addresses the substantial financial influences behind environmental initiatives, despite facing practical hurdles.

Catherine Austin Fitts - Part 4

In this episode of Talk Truth, we are joined by Shawn Buckley to continue part 4 of Catherine Austin Fitts' NCI testimony. Catherine, with her extensive background in finance and government, shares her perspective on the decentralization of economies and its potential to foster greater prosperity compared to highly centralized systems. We also explore some heavy allegations about government strategies, population control via economic measures, and a potential shift towards a global technocracy.

Catherine Austin Fitts - Part 3

In this episode, we continue part 3 of Catherine Austin Fitts' NCI testimony with guest Shawn Buckley. This episode delves deep into the implications of digital currency and the centralization of political and economic power. Catherine Austin Fitts, a former assistant secretary in the Bush administration and an expert in macroeconomics, shares her insights on how the pandemic has been utilized to restructure the economy, concentrating power into fewer hands. She exposes potential ulterior motives behind vaccine mandates and introduces the chilling concept of digital concentration camps facilitated by CBDCs (Central Bank Digital Currencies).

Catherine Austin Fitts - Part 2

In this episode, we continue part 2 of Catherine Austin Fitts' NCI testimony and uncover some unsettling revelations about the management of government finances and the consequences of these actions. Catherine, a former assistant secretary of housing and experienced financial expert discusses the concept of a "black budget" and a parallel political system that operates beyond the reach of traditional government oversight. Shocking findings reveal trillions of dollars unaccounted for, painting a disturbing picture of fiscal irresponsibility and hidden agendas. Joining the discussion is our returning expert, Shawn Buckley, who helps unravel the web of secrecy and the impact it has on society’s future.

Catherine Austin Fitts - Part 1

In this episode of Talk Truth, we are joined by lawyer and NCI Lead Councel, Shawn Buckley to go over the testimony of Catherine Austin Fitts, former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Housing during the Presidency of George H.W. Bush. Catherine sheds light on her controversial view that the COVID-19 pandemic was not merely a health crisis but a well-orchestrated political and economic event aimed at a global financial reset. This episode explores the intricate connections between global financial systems, the push towards digital currencies, and the potential erosion of personal freedoms and rights.

David Cooke

In today's episode, we have David Cooke, shedding light on the controversial subject of MAID and its trajectory from relief for the terminally ill to a normalized option for many Canadians. We explored the value of life from historical, legal, and spiritual perspectives, and debated the responsibility of our nation towards the sanctity of living.

John Carpay

In today's episode, we dive into the pressing issues surrounding personal freedom, censorship, and the very foundation of our societal values. John Carpay sheds light on the topic of the Canadian government's Online Harms Act and its potential impact on free speech. John, an ardent defender of constitutional freedoms, brings concerns over increasing government overreach and the erosion of individual rights. With over 300 cases advocating for the rights of citizens, John's insights into the justice system and the future of Canada's free society are both enlightening and alarming.

Brett Oland

In today's episode, we have Brett Oland, President and CEO of Bow Valley Credit Union. Our discussion explores the validity of Canada's financial trajectory, the potential return to a gold standard, and how current and past fiscal policies have impacted the average citizen. We'll touch on the trustworthiness of banks, the growing traction of Bitcoin, and whether or not a cashless society is in our imminent future.

Tony Olienick - Part 2

In today's episode, we explore Tony's extraordinary journey from atheism to Christianity—a path that led him straight into the heart of a spiritual awakening within the confinements of a prison cell. As Tony recounts the unexpected turns his life has taken, he takes us through his earlier days of pride and disbelief, the pivotal lockdowns of March 2020, and the profound experiences that opened his eyes to a faith-based community. Tony's story is one of transformation and hope—finding solace and purpose during his 26 months of incarceration without bail, seeing his former fears replaced by a deep trust in God's plan. 

Tony Olienick - Part 1

In today’s episode, Tony Olienick shares the tangible and transformative events of the Coutts border protest. Tony has been incarcerated for over TWO years subsequent to these events. Tony recounts the protest's timeline, the response from law enforcement, and the fateful night of his arrest, providing a unique perspective on the clash between civil obedience and standing up for one’s beliefs.

Rosaria Butterfield - Part 3

In today’s episode we share the testimony of Rosaria Butterfield, an ex-LGBTQ+ community member whose transformation through the Gospel offers a profound narrative of faith. Butterfield, once a professor of queer theory, shares the strong convictions that have defined her journey to Christianity, boldly addressing what she identifies as the five lies society has embraced, including thoughts on homosexuality, spirituality, feminism, transgenderism, and modesty.

Rosaria Butterfield - Part 2

In today’s episode we share the testimony of Rosaria Butterfield, an ex-LGBTQ+ community member whose transformation through the Gospel offers a profound narrative of faith. Butterfield, once a professor of queer theory, shares the strong convictions that have defined her journey to Christianity, boldly addressing what she identifies as the five lies society has embraced, including thoughts on homosexuality, spirituality, feminism, transgenderism, and modesty.

Rosaria Butterfield - Part 1

In today’s episode we share the testimony of Rosaria Butterfield, an ex-LGBTQ+ community member whose transformation through the Gospel offers a profound narrative of faith. Butterfield, once a professor of queer theory, shares the strong convictions that have defined her journey to Christianity, boldly addressing what she identifies as the five lies society has embraced, including thoughts on homosexuality, spirituality, feminism, transgenderism, and modesty.

Leighton Grey

In today’s episode, we're joined by Leighton Grey, a powerhouse in legal advocacy who’s been championing the rights of the unvaccinated. Leighton brings us up to date on a transformative class action lawsuit that's been gaining traction, now with nearly 5,000 individuals on board, against the federal government for the treatment of unvaccinated citizens. We dive into the topics of government overreach, the threat of vaccine mandates, privacy invasions, and the potential criminalization of religious expression are on the table as Leighton points out the sobering reality of bills like C-367 and C-63.

Catherine Christensen

In this episode of Talk Truth, we are joined by Catherine Christensen, founder of Valour Law. Catherine delves into the state of our forces, unearthing concerns about vaccine mandates causing undue harm and dismissals, questionable recruitment practices, and a military in distress. Catherine revealed ongoing legal battles, obstacles thrown by the Crown, and alarming trends threatening our military's integrity.

Jen Hodgson

In this episode of Talk Truth, we welcome back Jen Hodgson, reporter for the Western Standard. Jen delves into the recent sensationalism surrounding a natural phenomenon — the eclipse. With the world seemingly on edge, she unpacks the reasons behind the widespread panic, debunking myths, and exploring societal responses, including state of emergency declarations, conspiracy theories, and the rush to emergency preparedness. Jen sheds light on the balance of media narratives, urging us to veer away from fear and back to faith and wonder in the creation God has given us.

Brian Peckford

In this episode of Talk Truth we are joined by the Honorable Brian Peckford, the last living architect of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Mr. Peckford delves into the misrepresented origins of the Charter, the diminishing acknowledgment of God's supremacy in governance, and the ongoing battle to uphold democratic liberties. As he unveils a lesser-known historical narrative, we delve into the profound repercussions of overlooking the Charter’s cornerstone principle—the recognition of God's supremacy in our legislative framework.

Franco Terrazzano

In this episode of Talk Truth, we welcome returning guest Franco Terrazzano of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation for a discussion on the recent carbon tax increase and its far-reaching effects on Canadians' wallets. Franco unpacks the financial strain of the carbon tax on families, exposes the political science behind regional discrepancies, and addresses politicians' pay raises amidst economic challenges taxpayers face. faced by taxpayers. He also challenges the rationale behind rebate systems and ponders the potential implementation of a universal income scheme.

Jeff Colvin & Stephen Hanley

In this episode of Talk Truth, we explore a tumultuous situation that has unsettled the city of Chestermere, Alberta. Former Mayor Jeff Colvin and Deputy Mayor Stephen Hanley join us to discuss allegations of corruption, extensive financial mismanagement, and a power struggle that resulted in their removal from office. Offering firsthand insights, they reveal their efforts to reform local governance, despite encountering resistance from unexpected quarters.

Dr. Judy Mikovits

In this episode of Talk Truth, Allan Hunsperger and Corri Hunsperger welcome Dr. Judy Mikovits back onto the show. Dr. Mikovits, a natural products chemist, shines a light on the hidden truths about everyday items like microwaves and illuminates the deceptive practices of government agencies that affect our health and freedom.

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