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Valid Point Episode 3: Is Big Brother really always watching?

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Ashlynn Gallagher, Assistant Opinion Editor

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Conspiracy theorists are the backbone of every unhinged blog. This week on Valid Point, Assistant Opinion Editor Ashlynn Gallagher discusses some very popular and taboo conspiracy theories with guest Emily Santulli.

The New World Order, the Illuminati, artificial diseases and lizard people are just a few conspiracy theories that made the cut in this episode.

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