Roger Stone on Censorship plus an Update on his lawsuit versus Twitter

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Roger Stone With a statement about the Boy Scout changes

That’s good stuff. Ok, so last question. You’ve been everywhere promoting the book, and I haven’t heard anybody ask you […]

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Ask Jim – Report Update

“Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable.”

“So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity and conservation, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality, nothing is more damaging to the adventurous spirit.”

Love it or hate, change happens. How one accepts the change determines the outlook of the situation to the individual. For The Malliard Report, change is happening and it is all for good.

One of the worst things that anyone, no matter the field or situation, could do is become stagnant or complacent within their element. Doing the same thing over and over becomes predictable and hinders any opportunity for future growth. So what is trying to be said here? Well, if you have not picked up on it yet, The Malliard Report is undergoing a sort of metamorphosis.

Now before you dust off the pitch fork and light the torches, rest assured dear listener that these changes are all for the better. The Malliard Report is evolving, shifting to maintain relevancy with the times that we are in. While not completely straying away from the paranormal, but rather expanding into the alternative, topical, trending, and conspiratorial, The Malliard Report will be covering everything from the fringe to current events. Jim will still bring the tough questions in an interview format, but just to a wider base of topics.

So join us on this new adventure into deeper and more exciting waters. Make sure to keep up on all things Jim Malliard at and via Twitter @Malliard.   or Live Tuesday’s at 9 pm eastern

Arizona Tramp

Crawling out “from a dark, damp, stench infested laboratory that smells of decomposing bodies of tweakers and crack heads used in alien experimental research” is this week’s guest on The Malliard Report. With a name that conjures up images of melting heat, saguaro cacti that tower over the landscape, and creatures of all types waiting to kill you with some form of venomous bite or sting, but actually hailing from western Ohio; Arizona Tramp joins Jim to discuss UFOs, missing time incidents, and all the joy associated with podcasting.

The concept of missing time is an event that is widely associated with paranormal experiences, especially encounters with UFOs or aliens. While the event of the sighting or abduction is often the key focal point (as it should be), the whole missing time element is frequently overlooked. Strangely enough a subject that does not garner more attention in the alternative thinking communities, time and its oddities are becoming a growing topic of research and discussion in the fields of high level academia.

The idea of time and how it works is highly debated, but one thing that is quickly coming to an overall census is that the whole notion of how time works has been wrong. For most people, and for many years, time has been viewed as a linear object. While relatively, yes, this is the case (you are born, you live, you die…sorry for being totally blunt there, but it is the truth) however, as an actual “thing” it is completely incorrect.

A growing theory on how the universe works, and that could explain events like missing time (hate to crush the paranormal part of this, however, it still is very strange) lies within the idea of string theory. While explaining theory is something that would take an entire dissertation, it can be somewhat (very loose term here) explained as follows. The universe is made up of numerous interconnected “strings” and these strings (along with the entire universe) is constantly vibrating. Now it is suggested that the concept of time travel or even elements such as lost time can be explained with these vibrating strings and wave like formations. Now a postulated theory on how these elements of lost time occur can be seen like this. Imagine that you are sitting on a surf board just outside the breakers with three friends of yours. You are facing the shore while your friends are facing the surf as a large wave rolls in. They are able to ride the wave to the shore while it simply crashes over the top of you. The same amount of “time” has passed, but you and your friends are in two different locations. What if these lost time moments are simply people having a vibrating string wave crash over the top of them instead of riding it forward like the rest of the universe around them? Just something to ponder over.

You can catch Arizona Tramp’s podcast “Black Swamp Radio” via his live stream over at and connect with him via Facebook ( however there may be a delay due to some major tech upgrades in the near future. If you reach out and don’t hear anything soon, don’t fret, just takes some time to catch up. To keep up with all things Malliard make sure to head over to the website and of course you can reach out via Twitter @Malliard.

Jerome Corsi

“In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.”

“The very word ‘secrecy’ is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings…Today no war has been declared–and however fierce the struggle may be, it may never be declared in the traditional fashion. Our way of life is under attack. Those who make themselves our enemy are advancing around the globe. The survival of our friends is in danger. And yet no war has been declared, no borders have been crossed by marching troops, no missiles have been fired.”

As President Dwight D. Eisenhower prepared to leave his presidential seat, he addressed the nation and passed on an often overlooked grave warning. John F. Kennedy in front of the American Newspaper Publishers Association decried a similar alarum. If at least sitting Presidents felt compelled to alert the American public of an ever growing power within the shadows of the government, then at the very minimum, general awareness should be spread far and wide right? This week’s guest on The Malliard Report is working to achieve such a goal.

This week Jim welcomes Dr. Jerome Corsi to the show. Jerome Corsi is an American author, political commentator, and conspiracy theorist best known for his two New York Times Best Selling books: The Obama Nation and Unfit for Command (with co-author John O’Neill); the former written in 2008 and the latter in 2004. While a rather short interview (Jerome is under the weather at the time of the interview and has a late night spot on another popular show that is heard from coast…to coast…) Jerome still crams a lot of information that if true, could be a huge revelation. So join Jim and Jerome as they discuss the shadow government and deep state, progress of the whole “draining of the swamp” movement, and the possible identity and legitimacy of “Q”.

You can find Jerome’s books at most retailers and through online outlets, and follow his livestreams on YouTube. He is also on Twitter @jerome_corsi . His inforwars page is For the latest on all things Malliard, head over to or connect via Twitter @Malliard.

Scott Wolter

Returning to the show this week is Scott Wolter. While probably most widely known for hosting the late A&E networks H2 television show America Unearthed Scott also holds great notoriety as a forensic geologist, being the president of Minnesota-based American Petrographic Services, and developing an entirely new field of science called archaeopetrography. Archaeopetrography is a scientific based process in which mysterious stones, artifacts, and locations are dated and studied so as to better understand their origins and meanings. Scott joins Jim this week to discuss his most recent source of intrigue, The Newport Tower in Newport Rhode Island.

The Newport Tower is nestled on top of a hill in Touro Park, located in a historical residential neighborhood, on a small plot of land that was purchased by the city of Newport from the generosity of Judah Touro (who donated 10,000 dollars to the city to purchase the land in 1854 so as to not have any development occur in that location). Rather unassuming in appearance, the Tower is the centerpiece to several high profile debates and Scott is square in the middle of it with his own expert opinions.

One of the main arguments that is making the circuit in regards to The Tower is the age and actual architect of The Tower. While there are many good speculative guesses at the actual age, the only one for certain is that the tower is old. One of the first written mentions of The Tower can be found in 1677 in the will of Benedict Arnold where he mentions “….my stone built wind mill”. Some theorize that the architecture matches that of Norse buildings and that it was a church built between the 11th and 14th centuries. Another theory for The Tower is that it was built as a signal outpost for Chinese junks of the Zheng He era in 1421. There is little supporting evidence for this theory, but it is not completely disputed.

Now where does Scott come into play with these? Scott’s theory is one of the upcoming ones and is one of the most highly disputed. Scott along with writer Andrew Sinclair have put forth the hypothesis that the Newport Tower was built by medieval Scottish Templars led by Scottish earl Henry Sinclair as part of an alleged voyage to New England approximately one hundred years prior to Columbus setting sail. This theory is vigorously disputed and Scott states that this is what causes him to believe the theory even more. There are many other possible ideas out there to the origin of The Tower and its builder and more continue to pop up.

To follow what Scott is working on feel free to check out or follow his Twitter @RealScottWolter and for all things Malliard head over to or connect via Twitter @Malliard .

John Trudel

John Trudel has led an interesting life to say the least. From graduating in an elite level of electronic engineering and research, chasing an elusive doctoral degree, to bouncing around in the back of an airplane in the height of the Vietnam War testing new electronic intelligence and weapons systems in varying Special Operations missions as a civilian. John has found himself as an advisor to the Secretary of Defense, the developer of the first automobile radar detector (a personal huge “Thank You” for that one!), and as a consultant for a number of large, world-wide tech firms. John’s latest endeavors however is one of his favorites; writing.

This week on The Malliard Report John is the featured guest and joins Jim in discussion about the current unrestful state of information security, the growing collection of novels that he has written and one of the most unusual declassified CIA programs to date.

Operation Stargate. No not the movie from 1994 with Kurt Russel and James Spader (while a bit dated, is still actually a halfway decent movie) but rather a classified program ran by the CIA in 1970s through the 1990s in an attempt to use remote viewing to gather intelligence and influence Russian operations. .

Originally falling under a handful of different names (Project Gondola Wish, Grill Flame, Center Lane, Sun Streak, and Scanate) the projects eventually merged together under the Stargate moniker. With a purpose “To provide an overview on remote viewing focusing on definitions, operations, management, participation, benefits, primary and secondary methodologies, categories of taskings, types of targets, and operational methodology” the program studied many different elements to remote viewing. One of the most astounding take aways from this program is that within the actual documents themselves, from the CIA website archives, it states that remote viewing is “ accessing information without the use of: The normal five senses, Information from other people, Logical deductions, Direct connective implementation of electronic or other devices.” Remote viewing is also declared as “A talent which is inherent to every human to some degree. Probably a vestigial form of self-preservation. Largely ignored in today’s societal setting. Through proper training, can be developed to a person’s individual potential”.

The program allegedly ended in 1995 with the results stating that remote viewing should not be used as a “stand alone source” for information but “Remote Viewers can be used as Collectors in Conjunction with other Intelligence Sources Throughout the DoD Intelligence Community [sic].” Pretty crazy huh?

Make sure to head over to to keep up to date with his latest events, order his books, and to follow his blogs. He can be also be reached via Twitter @JohnDTrudel. If you wish to look over the declassified CIA documents on Project Stargate they can be found here: and of course for all things Malliard head over to or Twitter @Malliard.

Nick Redfern

June 10, 2009, a creepy pasta thread found within the Something Awful forum bore witness to the birth of a modern day mythological monster. Described as unnaturally tall, thin, sporting a black suit and tie, and having a white featureless face, the tentacle sprouting Slender Man has terrorized horror fans for nearly a decade through many different mediums. Unlike many other fictional fan favorites, the line between reality and make-believe seems to have been greatly blurred and getting worse as time goes on. This week on The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes back distinguished guest Nick Redfern to the show to discuss whether or not this is simply digital folklore that has gotten out of control, or the possibility of this having become an actual tulpa set loose into our world.
Seeing as how the Slender Man’s backstory has no real “official” canon, his appearance, abilities, habits, motives, etc. change dependent on who is telling the story. The common imagery with Slender Man is that of a very large gaunt figure with no face stalking through the woods. He wears a black suit and tie, and is said to have (again varies from story to story) multiple tentacle like arms sprouting from his back. It is often claimed that being within close proximity of the Slender Man can induce “Slender Sickness” which is described as “rapid onset paranoia, nightmares and delusions, often accompanied with severe nosebleeds” in addition to interfering with audio and video equipment. Motives of the Slender Man have been shown to target children and young adults as its “prey.”
The Slender Man was originally created in a Something Awful thread as a Photoshop contest where users were challenged to take every-day photos and make them appear paranormal. Under the username “Victor Surge”, Eric Knudsen submitted a handful of pictures with a tall, thin, spectral figure, wearing a black suit with bits of text added to resemble tellings from individuals that may have found themselves within the presence of that being. The quotes that Eric added to the photos read:
“We didn’t want to go, we didn’t want to kill them, but its persistent silence and outstretched arms horrified and comforted us at the same time… — 1983, Photographer Unknown, presumed dead”
“One of two recovered photographs from the Stirling City Library blaze. Notable for being taken the day which fourteen children vanished and for what is referred to as “The Slender Man”. Deformities cited as film defects by officials. Fire at library occurred one week later. Actual photograph confiscated as evidence. – 1986, Photographer: Mary Thomas, missing since June 13, 1986”.
These images accompanied by the subsequent text instantly shot the story into internet lore status and generated a flurry of follow on content. Today you can now find video games, a series of web shorts, and countless other stories however, unfortunately like many other things people have taken this fictional (maybe?) idea and gone too far.
May 31, 2014 in Waukesha, Wisconsin 12 year-olds Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser lured friend Payton Leutner into the woods near their home where they stabbed Leutner 19 times as a sacrifice to appease the Slender Man. Leutner miraculously survived the ordeal and was able to drag herself to a nearby road where she was discovered by a passing cyclist. Weier and Geyser were soon picked up by local police walking down the interstate carrying the knife they had used to stab Leutner. Leutner recovered and returned to school the following year while Weier and Geyser were both committed to state mental institutions in 2017 for extended periods of time. (Weier 25 years, and Geyser 40 years)
Jim and Nick also discuss the possibility of the Slender Man becoming a tulpa, the power of combined consciousness, and much more. It is always a privilege to have Nick on the show. You can find all of Nick’s books through Amazon and many other online retailers and you can keep up with all of his latest on www.