I see several people on here criticize Noory for putting Alex Jones on the show.
Sure, what Alex says can be challenging. But if you actually research what he says, some of it checks out and is unsettling.
Example: the National Defense Authorization Act 2012 which allows the military to indefinitely detain US citizens without trial or due process. Furthermore, it was revealed by the congressman that inserted this provision that the White House (Obama) had demanded the provision be added, ostensibly so Obama could proudly veto the bill on the basis of denying the very provision he'd demanded be inserted! Then he turned around and signed the damn thing! You don't exactly hear Sean Hannity, Brian Williams or Rachel Maddow talking about that stuff, do ya?
Where I'll agree that Jones sucks is that he's easily the rudest talk show host I've EVER heard. Constant interruptions, digressing to personal experiences that are only tangentially related to the issue at hand and confabulation to no end ("The troops are growing opium in Afghanistan!" No, Alex, the clip YOU JUST PLAYED clearly stated that they're doing nothing to stop opium cultivation. Stopping it is outside of their mission orders. You're making it sound like they're out there plowing fields, planting, tending, harvesting and processing.) Then there's the disparaging of homosexuals: inane comments about foppish men, "Butch Napolitano" (Janet) and "Mr. Maddow" (Rachel); for a self-described civil libertarian, he sure has a sucky way of living up to his ideals.
I could continue and point out the legions of AJ's crappery. As a talk show host, he is far worse in his essential skills than even George Noory and as we all know, Noory sucks. I'm just saying that it seems to me a lot of people herein dislike Alex Jones, which is totally understandable, but it seems to me it's for ill-defined and/or the wrong reasons.