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Jeff Deist Responds to Biden’s Speech

The Mises Institute‘s Jeff Deist joins David Gornoski to discuss the “bizarre” and “listless” Biden speech that took place yesterday. Jeff Deist highlights how Biden’s address proved to him that politics is never the answer. Could Biden end up the same way as George W. Bush was in being a transformative president? Is there any […]

DC Film Series: War and the Rogue Presidency with Ivan Eland

Ivan Eland, defense analyst and author of books such as Recarving Rushmore and War and the Rogue Presidency, sits down with David Gornoski to discuss the history of America’s warhawk policies from both the Democratic and Republican parties. The two look particularly at the practice of starting wars from false flags and the myth of […]

Ryan McMaken: The Naivety of Democracy

Ryan McMaken, editor at the Mises Institute, joins David Gornoski to talk about the claims of voter fraud, the neocon betrayal of Donald Trump, media manipulation, and other topics surrounding the presidential election. Why is the corporate media siding with the neocon establishment against Trump? Is it due to just lemming groupthink or is there […]

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 […]

Daniel Sjursen on 9/11 and Patriotic Dissent

How has 9-11 changed America and the entire world? Major Daniel Sjursen, retired combat veteran and author of the new book ‘Patriotic Dissent,’ joins David Gornoski to examine the tragic event and the subsequent “war on terror” that has affected millions of lives around the world. Why hasn’t the families of 9/11 victims received any […]

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

Listen to the podcast: 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 […]