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What Does the Future of Florida Look Like?

What does the mass migration from blue states to Florida mean? The Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist, Richard Rider, and David Gornoski investigate. Should Ron DeSantis focus locally or should he aim for the White House? Is California deserving of all the blame? What cautionary tales should Floridians be learning from California’s massive tax regulations? Listen […]

Ross Ulbricht, Big Tech & Post-Libertarianism

In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by Clint Russell of the Liberty Lockdown podcast. David and Clint talk about how the lockdowns and other restrictions are waking up more Americans every day. Clint also talks about moving to Florida, Ross Ulbricht’s struggle for freedom, the drug war’s connection to pandemic tyranny, how conservatives are […]

Why Government Is Responsible for the Supply Chain Collapse

In this segment, David Gornoski is joined by Mises contributor and economist Peter St Onge who talks about the supply chain issue, how much the government is responsible for this problem, what Biden can do to solve this problem, why the drug mandates would cause rising prices, and more. Read St. Onge’s article on the […]

DeSantis Bans Drug Mandates

Joining David Gornoski for this episode is Florida rep. Anthony Sabatini who announces that Ron DeSantis banning of drug mandates in Florida’s private sector. Is government action against mandates in the private sector a violation of property rights? Listen to the full episode as David takes on this question as well as the continuing breakdown […]

California Workers Defy Newsome, Why Mandates Don’t Work

Has the Southwest Airlines strike succeeded? Have Californian state workers complied with Gavin Newsome’s drug mandate? What’s the latest development in Joe Rogan’s verbal battle with the corporate press and Big Tech censorship? Join David Gornoski as he takes on the latest news while emphasizing the need for empathy in our cultural discourses. Plus, Jon […]

Why We Must Pay Attention to Economics

What shady business are the Fed and the central banks up to now? Is the decline in the number of men going to colleges a blessing in disguise? How can we reclaim our thirst for basic economics in this atmosphere of authoritarianism? The Mises Institute’s Tho Bishop is joined by Buck Johnson of the Counterflow […]

THINGS HIDDEN 46: Thaddeus Russell on What’s Left with the Left

 For this THINGS HIDDEN conversation, David Gornoski sits down with Thaddeus Russell, historian and host of the Unregistered Podcast. Thaddeus Russell talks about his new book A Renegade History of the United States; the renegade university; the authoritarian trend of modern-day Leftism; the push to mandate experimental drugs; California’s transformation to a Red state; […]

LA Local Responds to California Mandate

David Gornoski is joined by returning guest Willy Fort who talks about the possibility of vaccination passports, Larry Elder’s chances in California, school choice, and more. Also joining David is nutritional researcher, Tucker Goodrich who discusses the validity of seed oil testing on mice, the importance of exercise, whether we can consume even a little […]

Maj Toure on Lockdowns in Australia and Afghanistan Retreat

How do we build a culture of love and sympathy in this divisive time? How do we regain our search for wonder? In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by Maj Toure, founder of Black Guns Matter, who calls in to talk about what’s happening in the Solutionary Summit in Miami; discrimination based on mandated […]

Hope In a Fallen Empire With Clint of Liberty Lockdown

In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by Clint from the Liberty Lockdown podcast. The two discuss some of the most important topics of our time including the corporate media’s stoking of civil unrest in America; the government’s failure to address real issues in law enforcement; the failing empire of the status quo in DC; […]