From Big Food to Rogue Food

[Video contains both hours. For the second hour, skip past 45 minutes.] What will happen if Russia and China bypass western sanctions? What do we make of the relationship between Big Food and Big Pharma? Joining David Gornoski is John Moody of the Rogue Food Conference calls in to talk about the founding of the […]

Pentagon’s Take on the Ukraine War, Florida Redistricting

Is there an internal struggle in the US government over the Ukraine war? Will the Oscars survive its rapidly declining ratings? In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by Florida rep. Anthony Sabatini who comments on Florida’s redistricting process fair, neocons drumming for an escalation of the Ukraine war, his race for congress, and more.

China and Russia’s Critique of the West

David Gornoski is joined by the Mises Institute‘s Tho Bishop and the two comment on China and Russia’s critique of the West, why America is a much more privileged society, how the Bible effects change, the problem of secularization, and more.

Science and U: New Solar Physics

A new type of high-frequency acoustic wave has been discovered on the Sun and it is defying expectations. What does this discovery mean? A new tentacle-like magnetic robot could navigate the lungs; how can it perform this task? Are there magnetic waves in the Earth’s core? Can galaxies exist without dark matter? Join physicist Dr. […]

Finding Our Sense of Awe and Wonder, Vice’s Seed Oils Story

David Gornoski starts the episode with a call for us to find our sense of awe and wonder again; he follows this with a critique of how government has decreed medicine and hijacked science. Also in the show, Tucker Goodrich talks about whether the food industry is cutting down on seed oils, whether big corporations […]

The West’s View of War in Ukraine, Unseen Costs of Pandemic Policies

[Video contains both hours. Skip past 45 minutes for the 2nd hour.] Jeff Deist is joined by Jordan Schachtel and the two talk about Zelenskyy’s appeal to the US and Israel and what the road to peace might look like. Also in the show, Paul Prentice, Senior Fellow at the Independence Institute, calls in to […]

The Disconnect in Labor Markets

Are we being softened up for another inflationary environment? The Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist is joined by Peter G. Klein who calls in to talk about the media gaslighting on inflation, how we are being told to quit whining about rising prices, a feeling of “great resignation” from the labor market, his new book Why […]

An Ukrainian’s Perspective of the War with Russia

[Video contains both hours. Skip past 45 minutes for the 2nd hour.] What do we make of President Biden’s proclamation of the arrival of a “new world order?” In this episode of A Neighbor’s Choice, Viktor, an Ukrainian living in the United States, calls in to give an Ukrainian perspective of the war with Russia […]

Freeing Ourselves From Politics

“I talk about politics not because I like it but because, like cancer, we are looking to rid it from humanity.” David Gornoski is joined by Jim Babka of Downsize DC who calls in to talk about the media pivot from pandemic to Ukraine, how the stakes have been raised in the political sphere, the […]

Candace Owens Drifts From Ukraine Narrative

Will there be any accountability now that the New York Times has verified Hunter Biden’s laptop? Our economy is based on manufacturing drones rather than revolutionizing energy and making it too cheap to meter, says David Gornoski. Can America build a reputation for diplomacy and peace instead of war? What did Candace Owens say about […]