On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by the President of the Black Student Union at Antelope Valley College, Joshua Daniel.  Tune in as Jesse and Josh discuss everything from Christianity, to Black Lives Matter, to "police brutality," beta males, and much more!  Plus: what is the difference between HBCU's (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) and PWI's (Predominantly White Institutions)?  Tune in to find out!

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with strength coach, entrepreneur, and mega-successful YouTube creator Elliott Hulse (whose combined subscriber base is over 2.5 million strong!).  In a wide-ranging discussion, Jesse and Elliott tackle many topics, including fitness, sex, manhood, dating & marriage, MGTOW ("Men Going Their Own Way"), Trump, race, White History Month, faith, forgiveness, Alex Jones, and freedom of speech.  Don't miss this entertaining and fast-moving interview!

On this episode, Dinesh D'Souza stops by TheFallenState TV studio during his whirlwind press tour promoting his latest film and book, both titled, <i>The Death of a Nation </i>(2018).  Host Jesse Lee Peterson and Dinesh (scholar / author / filmmaker / political commentator) delve into the meaning of nationalism, the real history of the Democratic party, and the way Leftists have tried to pin their own ugly past on conservatives and the Founding Fathers.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with professor, historian, and Afrotologist Dr. David Imhotep, author of The First Americans Were Africans: Revisited.  Dr. Imhotep makes a bold claim: that Africans (not Indians, not Native Americans, not Columbus) were the FIRST to come to America.  As the first person to hold a Ph.D. in Ancient African Studies, Dr. Imhotep has spent several years studying these ideas, assembling documents, and writing about it.  Tune in as Jesse grills Dr.

At universities around the United States, black college student groups are holding major protests against their school administrations, demanding multi-million dollar endowments, separate and free housing for black students, and even lobbying for days without white students. On this episode of TheFallenState TV, Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Alicia Frison, chairwoman of the UCLA Afrikan Student Union.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with his good friend Dennis Prager, founder of Prager University (PragerU) and one of America's most respected radio talk show hosts. Dennis and Jesse shove political correctness to the side for a candid discussion tackling everything from good vs. evil and morality, to Judaism, Donald Trump, race relations, liberal indoctrination, sexuality, and the victimhood mentality plaguing much of America's youth today.

In the era of 'Fake News,' it can be tough to understand what political movements are really about. You may have seen "Pepe the Frog" memes all over the internet during the last election in connection to the alt-right -- but what is the alt-right movement? What does it stand for? Do alt-right activists all agree with Richard Spencer? Does the alt-right really harbor hatred for Jews and racial minorities? Are all of them pro-Trump? On this episode, host Jesse Lee Peterson interviews alt-right activist Johnny Benitez, of the Alt-Knights of Orange County, for answers on this and more!

During the 2016 presidential election, many people connected the internet's explosion of "Pepe the Frog" memes to the rise of the alt-right movement. Although by now most have heard of it, there is still a lot of mystery and misunderstanding surrounding the alt-right movement. What is it really about? What does it have to do with Donald Trump? Does it have anything to do with race? What is the conflict between the alt-right and the alt-lite about? On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with alt-right activist Johnny Benitez to answer this, and much more!

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with Neuroeconomist Dr. Paul J. Zak (also known as "Dr. Love"), chair of the Department of Economic Sciences at Claremont Graduate University. Dr. Zak has studied the effects of "feel-good chemical" oxytocin on people everywhere from Fortune 50 boardrooms, to the rain forest of Papua New Guinea. In this interview, Jesse and Dr.

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