Entries by Surit Dasgupta

Living and Perishing by the State

David Gornoski starts the episode by examining the dominating mythologies on both the conservative and liberal side of American politics. The conservatives who rooted for Bush’s unconstitutional acts, David notes, are now being expelled by the very same establishment they helped create. We must look outside government for solutions to health, technology, and energy, David […]

Troops Fill DC, What Does it Mean?

30,000 troops have filled Washington, DC in anticipation of Biden’s inauguration. What is happening in our nation’s capital? Join David Gornoski as he comments on the latest developments in a post-election America. Will big corporations and big government succeed in censoring and filtering information on the internet? Is it possible to follow the binary religion […]

Christ – The Answer to Dystopia

It would be a mistake to say that we are currently living in good times; more so, it would be downright deceiving. To say that this phase of evolution (if it is okay to term it as such) is somehow “good” is to treat human existence as some kind of trivial sports game, where human […]

Lost Highway – A Film Analysis

Lost Highway is a 1997 psychological thriller directed by David Lynch of Twin Peaks and Mulholland Drive fame. This movie, alongside Mulholland Drive, is known for being one of the hardest films to follow. There have been all kinds of speculation to its underlying meaning due to the lack of a grounded plot, but the […]

Vengeance or Mercy?

In this episode, David Gornoski breaks down the vicious cycle of scapegoating evident in politics. Will Biden’s promise of canceling student loan debts solve the real problem or will it further the vicious cycle of debt? With all the talk of getting back at each other, is vengeance a practical solution? “Vengeance is like drinking […]

Fulton County Cheating Caught on Tape

David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the election fraud revelation coming out of Fulton County. Why are many Democrats flip-flopping on lockdowns now that Biden is on the path to becoming President? Why was the left-wing activist, James Sullivan, at the Capitol storming? Where was Jack Dorsey’s concern for racism and violence when […]

Tho Bishop: The Changing Landscape in Conservatism

David Gornoski is joined by Mises Institute’s Tho Bishop. The two talk extensively on the future of conservatism. Why does the corporate media promote only the conservatives who push for neverending wars and government extension? Will Trump’s America be completely silenced as the media is attempting to do right now? Listen to the episode to find out, […]

Science and U: Black Hole Goes Missing

Dr. Weiping Yu returns with another refreshing segment of Science and U. The physicist comments on the claim that astronomers have found the oldest supermassive black hole in the universe and another, more puzzling, observation of a missing black hole. Dr. Yu once again asserts that there is no black hole at the center of […]

The Infantilization of Political Correctness

David Gornoski brings to light the Wuhan study on asymptomatic COVID spread and the WHO’s endorsement of it. Why is this study so important and why hasn’t it been brought up again by Big Tech? Join David as he touches on some of the most important topics of our time such as the sacrificial ritual […]

The Failing Scapegoat Machine

David Gornoski starts the episode with a reflection on how statist monopoly over violence has disrupted American society at every level and why we must reject the Left vs. Right dichotomy to find solutions. Join David as he analyzes the latest news stories such as the recent impeachment against President Trump, Uganda inadvertently banning and […]