Season 4

Award winning reporter Colin Flaherty joins Jesse Lee Peterson on this episode of TheFallenState TV and reveals what the media won't report: there's an American epidemic of black-on-white violence, and it's getting worse. Author of "Don't Make the Black Kids Angry: The Hoax of Black Victimization and Those Who Enable It," Colin dredges up example after example of this disturbing trend, and Jesse inquires: What is the solution? Stay tuned for concrete, common sense answers on America's most hushed-up racial problem!

What would you do if you suddenly couldn't move your arms or legs? After reaching a major high in his breakdancing career, this happened to author and FallenStateTV guest Kevin Foster. How did Kevin endure temporary paralysis, a brain tumor, and radiation for lymphoma without losing his faith? In this interview, he reveals the miraculous answer to Jesse Lee Peterson. Plus: his decision to leave Hollywood after a successful career rubbing shoulders with Clint Eastwood, punk rock band Black Flag, and R&B star Cherrelle.

On the Season 4 Finale of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with former Baltimore police officer and the CEO of Veterans Stand, Michael A. Wood, Jr. A fiery debate ensues wherein Michael argues that in today's world, blacks cannot be 'racist' toward whites. Michael slams police and 'the system' at large for causing black violence, while Jesse insists it's the responsibility of black parents to be moral examples and guide their children in the right way while they grow up.

In one of the most heated interviews on TheFallenState TV yet, host Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with former Baltimore police officer and U.S. Marine Corps veteran Michael A. Wood, Jr. Jesse and Michael debate 'racism' in America, black crime, and police brutality. Tune in for an explosive finale to Season 4!

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson interviews Starlett Quarles, radio host of THE Dialogue and President of urban X marketing. Jesse quizzes Starlett on gentrification, and why she and others in Generation X have become disillusioned by Christianity. They also debate about the condition of black men and women in America today, and whether or not white privilege exists.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by his friend, syndicated columnist and New York Times bestselling author Ann Coulter. Ann's most recent books are "Adios, America!" and "In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!" Jesse and Ann candidly discuss the free speech war raging in America, focusing especially on Ann's upcoming speech at UC Berkeley, and how she won't back down. Ann grades the Trump administration so far and expresses disappointment over Trump's involvement in Syria.

In this lively episode of TheFallenState TV, Jesse Lee Peterson interviews celebrity dating and empowerment coach Laurel House of E!'s "Famously Single." Laurel has authored five books, and made appearances on Good Morning America, The Today Show, Nightline, and is a dating expert on KTLA. Jesse and Laurel candidly discuss Laurel's personal dating experience, including the fact that she has been proposed to 9 times! In this teaser, Jesse talks to Laurel about men's and women's roles within a relationship.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson interviews a married pastor couple: Chief Apostle Maurice Boykins and Co-Pastor Prophetess Anita Boykins of Tabernacle of Faith Healing and Deliverance Ministry in Mission Hills, California. Jesse asks the pastors basic but deep questions about Christian marriage and their ministry, and things turn contentious quickly.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, USC Professor Sheila Briggs joins host Jesse Lee Peterson during Women's History Month. Briggs, an Associate Professor in Religion and Gender Studies, discusses how she attended the Women's March in Los Angeles, and why she would have worn a pussy hat. She and Jesse debate the meaning and purpose of International Women's Day and "A Day Without a Woman."

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson interviews Kenya Parham, millennial political strategist and creator of Parlay: An Urban Think Tank on Civic Engagement. Jesse and Kenya have a spirited exchange about civic engagement, including voter ID laws, as well as race relations and the state of the black community now that Trump is in office.

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