David Gornoski Reviews the Trump/Biden Debate, Trail Thoughts: How to Overcome Fear

While concluding that Trump won the debate against Biden, David highlights the absence of foreign policy disasters, among the debate topics, such as the innocent people killed in Yemen, the drone strikes that killed US citizen Anwar al-Awlaki and his son, and others killed due to US interventionism abroad. Does this reveal something sinister about the media status quo? Join David Gornoski as he reveals how political theater is a distraction to keep us from noticing the cracks in a system filled with the scapegoating of the non-violent.
Also in this episode, Alec Klein and Eric Kampmann join in for another segment of Trail Thoughts. Alec and Eric talk about fear and how we can overcome it. What is fear? In what way can the Scriptures help us in conquering fear?

Why Christ Didn’t Write, Veterans Radio: Honoring Smedley Butler, Nineteen Years of the Afghanistan War

David Gornoski begins the show by reading from Rene Girard’s book “When These Things Begin.” What did Jesus mean when he said we must pick up His cross and follow Him? What does the imitation of Christ mean in our modern-day society? Also in the show, David is joined by Sgt. Dan McKnight of Bring Our Troops Home and Maj. Danny Sjursen of Skeptical Vet for a Veterans Radio segment. Together, they discuss the legacy of General Smedley Butler, the nineteen years of the Afghanistan War, the non-existent anti-war left, the war hawks in the conservative side, and more.

Veterans Radio: Nineteen Years of War in Afghanistan

David Gornoski comments on President Trump’s Sanford rally, the WHO’s remarks on global COVID lockdowns, the NBA’s declining viewership, and the TV media’s fear complex. Plus, Sgt. Dan McKnight of Bring Our Troops Home returns with another segment of Veterans Radio to discuss the nineteenth anniversary of the start of the Afghanistan war. McKnight reflects on the illegal nature of the war and how lies were fed to us to start it. Will Trump succeed in dodging bureaucratic pushbacks and bringing our troops home before Christmas? How important is discussing foreign policy during election times? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

Veterans Sgt Dan McKnight and LTC Danny Davis on Abraham Accords and the Doha Deal

David Gornoski starts the show by commenting on the reaction to the passing away of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. David also reflects on the sheer hypocrisy of the left for their endorsement of a warmonger and mass incarcerator like Joe Biden. Plus, veterans Dan McKnight and Danny Davis join David to discuss the struggle to bring our troops home from Afghanistan, the latest news surrounding the Israel–United Arab Emirates treaty, otherwise known as the Abraham Accords peace agreement, as well as the United States-Taliban peace process at Doha.

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Do Foreign Black Lives Matter to the New York Times?

David Gornoski host of the FM/AM radio show “A Neighbor’s Choice” takes on the obscene media hypocrisy on social justice. The NY Times, Washington Post, and major television networks have consistently pushed the case for perpetual war overseas, costing the lives of millions of people of color overseas and laying waste to survivors’ communities, property, and culture. Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, and many others are glaring reminders that the Victim-garbed corporate media does not truly stand for the lives of people of color around the world. They actively run over them.


THINGS HIDDEN 17: The Glorious Yeast Infection of Christianity

In this podcast of Things Hidden, David Gornoski sits down with Curtis Yarvin (also known as Mencius Moldbug), developer of Gray Mirror. Together, the two explore the founding of the United States, globalism, colonialism, America’s foreign policy, the rise of China, and more.

Curtis describes Gray Mirror as a portal to the next regime. Why do we need such a portal? David asks. Curtis answers this question by explaining the regressing trajectory from the founding of the United States onwards. Is globalist thinking born out of Christianity? What would the pioneers of the globalist experiment think when they see the crumbling of their project in today’s world?

Jesus, just before his crucifixion, said that “the stones themselves would cry out.” David Gornoski explains that this statement is a reference to the hidden victims of ritual sacrifice throughout history and what Jesus’ revelation would initiate in the form of our culture’s growing concerns for victims. The conversation then moves to the internal revolutions and conflicts that have become a recurrent feature in our society. Is this what Jesus meant when He said that He came to bring a sword?

What can we say about Christianity’s impact on humanity when we see the modern-day cultures of countries like Japan and China? Should our solution to the modern culture crisis retain a fraction of paganism?

What Does America’s Foreign Policy Stand For?

What does America’s foreign policy stand for? David Gornoski asks. Should America have anything to do with people like Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, and Susan Rice–people who feign to be allies for social justice but, in reality, carry an impeccable track record of separating families, jailing fathers and mothers at home, and bombing and terrorizing people of color overseas? Join David Gornoski and Sgt. Dan McKnight of Bring Our Troops Home as they dismantle the hypocrisy and victim-garbed powerplay of the DC elites and their media and corporatist allies.

David Gornoski on the Blasts in Beirut and the 75th Anniversary of the Hiroshima Bombing

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David Gornoski is back with another exciting episode as he comments on the latest news of explosions in Beirut while looking back at the Atomic bombs exploding in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. What good is gender politics in the field of engineering if engineers keep churning out new ways of ending the human species? David asks. How can we escape this path of destruction? How can our nation’s foreign policy accurately reflect our cross-haunted culture? Listen to the full episode as David Gornoski explores the news, deconstructs the media narrative, and presents to us the path of hope as revealed by Jesus’ personhood revolution.

Tough Times at the NY Times

David Gornoski examines the latest news of Bari Weiss resigning from the New York Times. How much credibility does the media have as it continues to misdirect people on behalf of the political establishment? “These are not media outlets but stinky, crusty PR firms,” David remarks as he observes the anti-science stance that mainstream media outlets have taken during this pandemic. “These corporate communists are not for justice,” David says, “they’re the jailers to real justice.” Listen to the full episode as David Gornoski comments on the numerous headlines across the country and more.

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Do Overseas Lives Matter?

If the Democrats care about black lives, why are they silent about the suffering of black lives in Libya that was caused by Obama and Clinton? Join David Gornoski as he dismantles the media and their crony corporate allies who pretend to care about black lives but then proceed to shatter black families, both at home and abroad. The left’s concern for victims disappears when a minority person has the wrong political opinion; they are quite obviously fixated on sacrificing their political scapegoat. Since the left is obsessed with Trump’s every action, will they even have a purpose when Trump isn’t around? Listen to the full episode for all of this and more.

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