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Tho Bishop: The Changing Landscape in Conservatism

David Gornoski is joined by Mises Institute’s Tho Bishop. The two talk extensively on the future of conservatism. Why does the corporate media promote only the conservatives who push for neverending wars and government extension? Will Trump’s America be completely silenced as the media is attempting to do right now? Listen to the episode to find out, plus Tho Bishop’s thoughts on the impeachment process against Trump, the Big Tech censoring of conservatives, and more.

The Failing Scapegoat Machine

David Gornoski starts the episode with a reflection on how statist monopoly over violence has disrupted American society at every level and why we must reject the Left vs. Right dichotomy to find solutions. Join David as he analyzes the latest news stories such as the recent impeachment against President Trump, Uganda inadvertently banning and exposing Twitter’s hypocrisy, the demands for secession, and more. Plus, David’s THINGS HIDDEN collaborator Shannon Braswell calls in to expand on the crumbling of DC’s scapegoating machine.

Lara Logan on Revolution and Insurrection

David Gornoski continues his exposé of the establishment’s projection of their violent thoughts and deeds onto their favorite scapegoat Donald Trump. Also in this episode, David is joined by acclaimed investigative journalist Lara Logan for a conversation centered on the Capitol protests and the larger topic of crowd unrest orchestrated by nefarious figures in high places. Why are there double standards from politicians and corporate media over crowd unrest in America? Are the Capitol protesters guilty of insurrection as the media claims? Listen to the full episode to find out.

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Decentralization Is the Future of Free Speech

David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the government subsidizing of vegetable and seed oils and how this has drastically increased diseases. Also in the show, David continues his analysis of the news centering around the Capitol protests and the media-alleged incitement of violence by President Trump. Will Big Tech’s censoring spree succeed? How many times have leftists called for violence against political opponents? Is violence the right way to deal with centralization? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

When Power Replaces Personhood

“Once you say human beings are expendable… it always devolves into tyrannical laws that create mirroring tyrannical crowds.” Join David Gornoski as he offers some interesting insights relating to mankind’s thirst for power, particularly in the field of politics. Plus, David comments on Big Tech censorship and the reactions of various world leaders; the real model behind corporate media; the assumption that more regulations can fix problems; eliminating disease with the right nutrition; and more.

State-Worship: The Root of Violence

David Gornoski starts the episode with a reflection on the countless lives lost in America’s endless wars, many of which were started by Obama and Biden. Upon reading the description of the Capitol mob violence, David highlights the environment that has been creating this kind of unrest. “We have been a country addicted to violence for years.” Join David as he comments on the various media commentaries and news stories from around the country, especially those centered around the Capitol protests. Listen to the full episode for all this and more.

A Tale of Two Crowds

David Gornoski returns with a much-needed analysis of Big Tech extending its tentacles and casting an enormous shadow over America by banning President Trump, dissenting voices, and targeting alternative platforms. Was the Capitol fiasco an attempted coup as the corporate media claims? Why didn’t Dorsey and Co. censor Obama and Biden when they were inciting violence on a global scale in Libya, Syria, and elsewhere? What needs to be done to dissolve the political crowds thirsting for blood in these times? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

Deconstructing the “Sacred Temple” of Human Sacrifice

“The way of the world is a crowd, and the crowd has lost its humanity,” David Gornoski says as he highlights the personhood revolution of Jesus. “In the discourse of our time, we have lost sight of personhood.” Join David as he takes on the corporate press’ demand for political “cleansing;” the meaning of the rise of Elon Musk; the codification of violence as state laws; the stoking of violence by Pelosi and Co; Big Tech censoring of Sidney Powell; the scapegoating of the MAGA crowd; and more.

Pelosi Vows to Impeach Trump, Inflame Country

David Gornoski opens this episode by reflecting on Nancy Pelosi and her cohort’s continued inflammation of an already tensed socio-political atmosphere in America. The establishment narrative is that one mob is sacred and the other is prohibited, David says, but all mobs are a lie. Join David Gornoski as he proceeds to dismantle the corporate press’ idols like Pelosi, Biden, and Obama while unearthing the corpses that these people have buried beneath their seemingly humane policies.

Jeff Deist on Our Present Moment

Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute returns to the show to offer some much need insight into our current political crisis. Why hasn’t the corporate media condemned the the Leftist violence as fervently as the MAGA violence? Is there any future for political dissent in our country? We need to get past ideology right now, Jeff Deist says while highlighting the need to be independent of government. Is subsidiarity the way forward to limiting federal government? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.