David Gornoski on Culinary Libertarian: René Girard, Mimetics, and Mythology

David Gornoski recently appeared on Dann Reid’s “The Culinary Libertarian” podcast. Culinary Libertarian: “David Gornoski discusses René Girard’s mimetics theory with me as we discuss how ancient man’s basic practices to survive apply to life today. On the way, we find parallels to the state, religion, and the Divine.” Listen to the Culinary Libertarian podcast […]

David Gornoski on Liberty Lockdown Podcast: Freedom Through Sacrifice

Liberty Lockdown Podcast · Ep 64 David Gornoski David Gornoski recently appeared on the Liberty Lockdown podcast. “With all due respect to the unbelievable guests I’ve had on this is hands down the most revelatory, beautiful, spiritually uplifting episode I’ve ever done. For your own sake, don’t miss it” –Liberty Lockdown Follow Liberty Lockdown podcast […]

The George Floyd Case Revisited with John Baeza

In this special episode, David Gornoski is joined by retired New York detective John Baeza. David and detective Baeza discuss how we can improve the application of law and order and prevent violent crimes effectively. Detective Baeza also talks about some of the latest news surrounding the FBI investigation of the Capitol protests as well […]

Jeff Deist: State Sacrifice vs Christian Mercy

Jeff Deist, the president of the Mises Institute, returns to the show to take on the latest news from around the country. Will the COVID stimulus benefit us in any way or will it do more harm? What does the Fauci-Wuhan connection reveal about the deep state? What can we do to make sure that […]

Science and U: Sensing is a Magnetic Phenomenon

A Neighbor’s Choice chief science advisor Dr. Weiping Yu returns with a brand new segment of Science and U. The renowned physicist comments on a new study that provides the best evidence for a hidden layer deep within Earth’s solid inner core. Why is the structure of the Earth so important? Sr. Yu also comments […]

Rene Girard on Victims & Culture – Conversation with Isaac Morehouse

“Our culture’s concern for victims is relatively new and radical in human history. Where does it come from? And how does understanding mimetic desire and the scapegoat mechanism make sense of the world?” David Gornoski recently appeared on Isaac Morehouse’s show to answer these questions while discussing Rene Girard’s sociology, and a political philosophy of […]

Steve Hilton on the Origins of COVID-19

In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by the host of Fox New’s The Next Revolution, Steve Hilton. Steve talks about his investigation of the COVID outbreak and answers important questions such as whether the virus originated in nature or at a lab at Wuhan. Why was this virus being developed? Why was the Wuhan […]

Trail Thoughts: After the Rebellion

Eric Kampmann returns to the show for a new segment of Trail Thoughts. The noted publisher reflects on prophet Jeremiah’s Lamentations after the sacking of Jerusalem. Is there a parallel between Jerusalem’s destruction and the current state of America? Where are we headed with the banning of Shakespeare and the canceling of Dr. Seuss? How […]

Jeff Deist: GameStop, Hedge Funds and Insurrectionists

The Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist returns to the show to comment on the latest news involving government and economics. Why is Biden backstepping from his initial promise of two thousand dollars COVID stimulus checks? Since public schools have still not opened, should the government return taxpayers’ money? What does the GameStop saga signify for us […]

Science and U: Space Hurricane Observed for the First Time

In this segment of Science and U, Dr. Weiping Yu comments on the news that a ‘space hurricane’ that rained electrons has been observed for the first time. What is this space hurricane? Join Dr. Yu as he offers his insight on this astonishing discovery. The renowned physicist also comments on the news of water […]