The Truth Behind Antifa? | Andy Ngo – Mikhaila Peterson Podcast #74 I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing @Andy Ngo​. We discussed topics from his new book Unmasked: Inside Antifas Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy, and the recent riots that have been occurring throughout the US. He has been researching and following Antifa online…

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Malice in the Palace | Michael Malice & Mikhaila Peterson ​ @Michael Malice returns to the podcast to dig into all types of topics; travel during lockdowns, the police, anarchy manuals, mental health, differences in Russian and Western social interactions, podcasting, and traditional versus self-publishing are just some of the topics Mikhaila and Michael do…

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What Happened with GameStop? | r/wallstreetbets creator Jaime Rogozinski on The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast #59 Jaime Rogozinski (creator of the subreddit WallStreetBets) and Mikhaila discuss r/wallstreetbets, (recently famous for skyrocketing stock prices for GameStop, AMC, and other seemingly down-trending companies). They discuss Robinhood’s recent activity which led to the trading of multiple trending stocks being…

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Lockdowns and Sanity | Lauren Chen on The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast #57 ​@Lauren Chen and Mikhaila discussed COVID-19 restrictions in Canada and the USA, the changing experience of higher education, how to stay sane during lockdowns, Lauren’s top political issues and more. Lauren Chen is a political and social commentator on YouTube. She has worked…

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#41 – Yeonmi Park – Escaping North Korea     Yeonmi Park is a North Korean defector, human rights activist, and the author of In Order To Live. Mikhaila and Yeonmi discuss her incredible story of escaping North Korea, and Yeonmi’s current opinions on issues in modern eastern and western society. Find more of Yeonmi…

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#37 – Marian Tupy: Things Are Not As Bad As They Appear   “Things are a lot less worse than we think they are. We have a built-in negativity bias from evolution that makes us generally pessimistic. When you start to look at the data you see things are not as bad as we think…

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