Weinstein Gets Censored for Big Pharma

David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on YouTube’s censoring of Bret Weinstein’s podcast for the crime of discussing the Wuhan lab-leak hypothesis as well as the Ivermectin treatment against COVID-19. Why is public discussion on Ivermectin discouraged and censored by Big Tech? What does this censoring reveal about our pharmaceutical industry? Can the United […]

Questions Surrounding Capitol Riot Origin

Biden looks just like the state of globalism, David Gornoski says as he begins the episode. Is America back as the corporate media is claiming or are we just seeing the return of twentieth-century globalism? Join David Gornoski as he reflects on this question while also commenting on the government’s role in the January 6 […]

Jeff Deist on Black Rock and the Repo Crisis

In this segment, David Gornoski is joined by Jeff Deist, president of the Mises Institute. The two talk about some of the recent news and relevant topics such as the buying up of homes by Black Rock; the federal reserve’s connection to big corporations; the out of control state of the Fed’s reverse REPO market; […]

Science and U: Z-Pak Treatment Against COVID

Dr. Weiping Yu, the chief science advisor of A Neighbor’s Choice, returns with yet another exciting segment of Science and U. The distinguished physicist talks about the latest in science news such as the claim that humans have the “untapped” ability to regenerate body parts; hydroxychloroquine plus azithromycin therapy against COVID; and the discovery by […]

We’re More Christian Than We Know

We can’t understand social justice, victimism, Critical Race Theory, and globalism if we don’t see the anthropology revealed in the Bible. Are we more Christian than we’d like to admit? Did we have the same value for personal liberty in the pre-Christian civilizations as we currently have in the post-Christian world? Is communism based on […]

Increasing Politicization Blocks Prosperity

The episode opens with David Gornoski commenting on the FDA’s failure to regulate nutrition and medicine in America. David also comments on the recent study by professor Bruce German that shows the importance of milk consumption through breastfeeding. How can we fix the microbiome deficiency that comes from the industrialized medicine of today? Is there […]

Reject the Black Pill and Embrace Hope

The human person is not expendable, David Gornoski says as he begins the show with a thorough case against collectivism and for non-violent solutions. How can we look past political deterioration and seek out authentic scientific and cultural solutions? How can we reject taking the black pill and find hope? Who do we imitate to […]

Escaping the Lunchroom Drama Hell

Is it realistic to change the landscape as it relates to nutrition? Join David Gornoski as he answers this question. David also comments on some of the latest news stories such as the Twitter suspension of Naomi Wolf; the corporate press’s persecution of progressives like Matt Taibbi and Glen Greenwald; binary thinking in politics; and […]

Kamala Harris Descends On Guatemala

David Gornoski opens the show by commenting on Kamala Harris’ warning to Guatemalan migrants about making the trek to the border. Did Kamala get mad at the Trump supporters in Guatemala? Should Ron DeSantis use state power to force corporations against discriminatory practices? What does the state subsidizing of vegetable and seed oils teach us […]

The Clueless Bureaucracy Dominates Health and Nutrition

If we respect personal liberties and reject the top-down powerplay approach to solving problems, David Gornoski argues, we would make tremendous progress in the fields of science and medicine. David also comments on the recent revelations on the Wuhan lab leak story, nanny state retardation of health and nutrition; the painful effects of PUFA and […]