Season 5

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.

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by neuroeconomist Dr. Paul J. Zak, chair of the Department of Economic Sciences at Claremont Graduate University. Dr. Zak, also called Dr. Love, has done many high-profile interviews, as well as multiple TED talks about his experiments with the "feel-good" chemical oxytocin while proclaiming it as the "moral molecule." Is good or evil behavior dependent on how much of this feel-good hormone our bodies produce? Can oxytocin prevent black immorality and violence?

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by author, motivational speaker, and celebrity mentor Brother Polight, along with his wives Raet and Amunet. Jesse quizzes Brother Polight, Raet, and Amunet on what it's like to have one man and four women under one roof in a polygamous relationship. How does Brother Polight get "the okay" to bring more women into the relationship? What causes the women to agree to be part of this type of construct? Does Brother Polight have a "favorite"? How does he decide who to have sex with?

On this episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by author, motivational speaker, and celebrity mentor Brother Polight, along with his wives Raet and Amunet. The talk turns controversial when Jesse asks Brother Polight about his statement, "The Black Woman Is My God." Jesse also inquires about Brother Polight's decision to live with four women as his wives, as well as his definition of morality and whether or not he knows how to overcome the spiritual void and emptiness that most people struggle with.

Through his nonprofit organization BOND, TheFallenState TV host Jesse Lee Peterson has been successfully guiding men on how to become successful adults with solid moral character -- real men -- for many years. In this no-holds-barred, in-depth interview, Jesse shares decades of valuable wisdom with Chris Castillo (27) and Joel Dominick (25), two young men who openly reveal their struggle to "be a man." Jesse clears up their misconceptions so they understand the next step to take in their lives -- and why they have had trouble approaching women and dealing with their mothers.

With the rise of radical feminism and the confusion surrounding gender roles, it's no wonder that a lot of guys are struggling to understand what it really means to be a man. Through his nonprofit organization BOND, TheFallenState TV host Jesse Lee Peterson has been successfully counseling men for decades on how to overcome their problems and take responsibility for their lives.

Black Lives Matter. White Nationalists. Asian Americans. Latino Americans. Jewish Americans. Women's rights. Flip on any TV, and it's all you see -- talking heads playing identity politics, quickly grouping Americans based on race and gender. Pointing fingers at some groups as "victim" (i.e. minorities, women) and others as "oppressor" (i.e. whites; men). Is identity politics the correct lens to look through, when it comes to fixing America's deepest problems? On this episode, TheFallenState TV host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by Jennifer Pae, Director of FairVote California.

On this timely episode of TheFallenState TV, host Jesse Lee Peterson is joined by FairVote California Director Jennifer Pae. Jesse and Jennifer have a wide-ranging discussion, touching on everything from fair voting in the last presidential election, to the political preferences of Asian Americans, Jennifer's cultural and family background, and the national debate still raging over the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville. Is identity politics the answer to the societal ills plaguing our great country? Tune in for this and more!

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