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Lee Stranahan is the lead investigative reporter for Breitbart News, one of the most read news sites in America. He's broken national and international stories.

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Tonight, The New York Times proved that these concerns I have had for nearly a week were correct. Managing Editor Colby Hall writes… Working with other reporters and sources, we have now determined that ?Betty,? her mother, and... more

Join Lee Stranahan in discussing about the works and careers of two multi-talented artists in the Special Effects and Film Industry, Tim Wawryzniec and Alp Allen Altiner.

Will talk about the careers of four time Emmy Award nominee for his work on StarTrek, a Filmmaker and computer graphics and visual effects expert Bruce Branit, and the famed Matte Painting artist and art director Dylan Cole.

Talking Health Care with writer R.J. Eskow. Huffington Post bloggers Bob Cesca & Lee Stranahan take a progressive look at the issues of the day in a funny and brutally honest way. Liberal talk tadio that's not for wimps.

Discussing stereoscopic 3D filmmaking with Visua Effects supervisor and steroscopic consultant Daniel Smith plus talking to software maker Imagineer Systems

Huffington Post bloggers Bob Cesca and Lee Stranahan talk about progressive perspectives on health care reform.

Talking visual effects and animation with compositor Aruna Inversin (Transformers : ROTF and Star Trek) and character modeling with Sze Jone (Blur Studios)

Huffington Post bloggers Bob Cesca and Lee Stranahan duke it out about health care reform and the where the White House is headed with guest Chez Pazienza from Deus Ex Malcontent

Talking visual effects with Emmy winner Emile Edwin Smith (Battlestar Galactica, Firefly) and motions graphics with illustrator and teacher Jon Conrad.

Nikos Kalaitzidis and Swen Gillberg from Digital Domain talk about some of the 320 shots that the company created for the hit movie GI Joe