Rep. Anthony Sabatini on Vaccine Passports, Tucker Goodrich on Seed Oils Impact

David Gornoski is joined by Florida Rep. Anthony Sabatini who comments on Ron DeSantis’ banning of vaccine passports in Florida. Also, nutritional researcher Tucker Goodrich calls in to talk about the disastrous effects of seed oil consumption. Will DeSantis’ executive order be respected by the federal government? How is the growth of vegetable and seed […]

Etan Walls on Health Passports

David Gornoski begins the episode by emphasizing how we do not need to conform to binary thinking and utilize coercion to solve problems. What did Jesus accomplish on the cross on Good Friday in an anthropological sense? Listen to the episode to find out, plus Etan Walls, author of The Mega Factory of Healthcare, calls […]

Jeff Deist: A Global Prison

The Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist calls in to talk about the recent developments surrounding the introduction of health passports. How unprecedented is this introduction and would it be favorably accepted in a pure marketplace? Is total safety preferable to freedom? Why are the young in our society so fearful of this pandemic? Why is there […]

Science and U: Is Physics Too Complicated?

Dr. Weiping Yu returns with more Science and U. The renowned physicist comments on the latest science news such as Japanese scientists discovering a way to regrow teeth; the promise to create a diamond nuclear-powered battery that will last for 28,000 years; physicists discovering a new phase in Bose-Einstein condensate of light particles; and more. […]

Tho Bishop on Faith in Government and Outdated Science

David Gornoski is joined by the Mises Institute’s Tho Bishop who calls in to talk about Biden’s first press conference. Has Biden managed to clear the doubts of his detractors or has he fueled them further? What did Tucker Carlson’s public exchange with the military reveal about our government? Is there any justification for the […]

Science and U: Is Cold Fusion Possible?

Dr. Weiping Yu, the chief science advisor of A Neighbor’s Choice, is back with more Science and U. The physicist comments on the news of the first-ever image of a black hole taken in polarized light. Wherever we find black holes we find magnetic fields. What does this mean? Is the standard model of physics […]

The Dangers of Seed Oils Part II: Tucker Goodrich Returns with David Gornoski

Nutritional researcher Tucker Goodrich returns for another conversation with David Gornoski. The two build on their previous conversation on the harmful effects of PUFAs, the kinds of animal fats our bodies can tolerate, the dangers of soybean oils, the reason for cancer rates going up, ancestral diet, and more. What is oxidation? What kinds of […]

Future of Crime Prevention and Policing Panel: Det. John Baeza, Dale Brown, and David Gornoski

In this special roundtable discussion, David Gornoski is joined by former NYPD detective John Baeza and Dale Brown, founder of the Detroit Threat Management Center. The conversation explores some of the most important topics of our time, especially in light of George Floyd’s death, such as the prevention of crime through nonviolent means; the transformation […]

Jeff Deist on Why Politics Don’t Work

Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist returns to the show to comment on the latest news stories. Should Critical Theory be banned from schools? Should people be arrested for “hateful conduct” that is not illegal? Do politicians really aim for positive change are they more interested in keeping things the way they are? What is the real […]

Science and U: Lifeforms Discovered on ISS

Dr. Weiping Yu is back with another segment of Science and U. The physicist comments on the discovery of microbes that may help grow crops in space, the discovery of molecules never before seen in space, the existence of black holes, and more. Did lightning play a role in the development of life on Earth? […]