Tucker Goodrich on Soybean Oil Retardation

David Gornoski comments on the various news reports coming in such as the Fauci sexual allegation, Capitol troops being fed unhealthy food, mask mandate canceled in Texas, and more. Plus, David Gornoski is joined by nutritional researcher Tucker Goodrich who links the growth of chronic illnesses with the consumption of seed and vegetable oils. When […]

As the World Squirms

David Gornoski starts the episode with a scorching critique of the binary thinking that is prevalent in our society and the overdependence on politics that perpetuates this way of thinking. Plus, David reacts to the promotion of fake nutritional science by the statist media and giant corporations. Also in the show, David is joined by […]

Tucker Goodrich Interview: The Dangers of Omega 6 Seed Oils

David Gornoski is joined by nutritional researcher Tucker Goodrich for an important conversation on the dangers of seed oils. Tucker details how he suffered a stroke in his thirties and then, after finding the cause of his stroke in the sacred food pyramid, how he transformed himself through a radical change in diet. “I don’t […]

THINGS HIDDEN 30: Rene Girard Converts Atheist Philosopher to Christianity

David Gornoski sits down with academic Leigh Fetter who discusses his journey from secular atheism to Christianity by discovering the works of Rene Girard. David and Leigh discuss a variety of topics such as the Christian undermining of ancient myths; the possibility of Orwellian totalitarianism; the Nietzschean problem of recreating values; how Girard provides a […]

Peter Dobromylskyj Interview: How Obesity is Fueled by Omega 6 Seed Oils

In this special podcast, David Gornoski sits down with Peter Dobromylskyj, veterinary anesthetist and nutrition blogger at Hyper Lipid. David and Peter talk about the difference between running metabolism on glucose and running metabolism on fat; the purpose of insulin resistance; the role of reactive oxygen species; the difference between monounsaturated fat and polyunsaturated fat; […]

Jeff Deist on the Political Economy of COVID Hysteria

The Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist returns for his weekly analysis of the news. Why do tragic stories involving celebrities like Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant affect us so much? Does nostalgia play a part in this phenomenon? Is there any justification for Trudeau’s comments regarding COVID travel restrictions? How can we better understand the hysterical […]

Science and U: Scientists Talk to Dreamers

“Scientists have ‘conversation’ with people during lucid dreams,” a new study published on Science Direct claims. Why do we dream? What is a dream? What happens in our brain when we sleep? Join Dr. Weiping Yu as he comments on this story. Why do people drastically change their lives after having near-death experiences? Is information […]

Ryan Girdusky Takes Down the Lincoln Project

David Gornoski starts the episode by going through the latest news reports on censorship, corporate media disinformation, leftist idolatry of the state, the green energy racket, and more. Also in the show, David is joined by journalist and author of They’re Not Listening, Ryan James Girdusky, who calls in to explain the truth about the […]

THINGS HIDDEN 29: Andrew McLuhan on Marshall McLuhan, Rene Girard, and How Media Becomes Us

David Gornoski sits down with Andrew McLuhan, director of the McLuhan Institute and grandson of Marshall McLuhan. The two discuss the overlaps between Marshall McLuhan and Rene Girard; how Marshall McLuhan rose to fame; the relation between technology and language; pandemic mask-wearing as a theatrical gesture; how changes in technology impact desire; and more. How […]

Michael Harrison on Rush Limbaugh and the Future of Talk Radio

David Gornoski starts the episode by briefly going through some of the latest news. David is joined by Talkers Magazine’s Michael Harrison who talks at length about the influence of Rush Limbaugh and what made him so successful. What lies in the future for talk radio? Listen to the full episode to find out. Also […]