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Fulton County Cheating Caught on Tape

David Gornoski starts the episode by commenting on the election fraud revelation coming out of Fulton County. Why are many Democrats flip-flopping on lockdowns now that Biden is on the path to becoming President? Why was the left-wing activist, James Sullivan, at the Capitol storming? Where was Jack Dorsey’s concern for racism and violence when Biden and Obama were wreaking havoc with their endless wars? Join David as he gets to the bottom of these mysteries while urging us all to stay away from the mimetic contagion of crowds.

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 Infantilization of Political Correctness

David Gornoski brings to light the Wuhan study on asymptomatic COVID spread and the WHO’s endorsement of it. Why is this study so important and why hasn’t it been brought up again by Big Tech? Join David as he touches on some of the most important topics of our time such as the sacrificial ritual in the founding of civilization; the unpersoning of Trump from popular media; the corporate press’ willful ignorance on nutrition and health; greed for power in critical theory; and more.

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.

How Can Satan Cast Out Satan?

David Gornoski starts the episode with a dismantling of Mark Zuckerberg’s hypocritical statements on banning Trump for “inciting violence.” Was President Trump stoking violence as Facebook and Twitter claim? Joining David Gornoski is Jerry Bowyer, author of The Maker vs. the Takers, to comment on this new low for America with the storming of the Capitol and the escalation of violence that looks to be coming in the foreseeable future. How would Jesus act in this moment of unrest? Listen to the full episode to find out and more.

Jeff Deist Looks at 2020 in Review

David Gornoski is joined once again by Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist. This time, the two look back at 2020 in review. What should we do going forward into the new year? “Number one is don’t trust the government,” says Deist as he highlights the erosion of liberty in 2020, especially with the COVID lockdowns. What lessons can we learn from the Big Tech social media censoring and big corporations’ abuse of state-granted monopolies? Is there a liberty-minded movement on the horizon? Listen to the full podcast to find out and more.

Weldon Angelos Gets Pardon from President Trump, James Lindsay on NY Times McWoke Propaganda

David Gornoski starts the show with an analysis of the ongoing Big Tech censorship fiasco. Also in the show, David is joined by Weldon Angelos, who was incarcerated for a non-violent, drug-related crime and has now been pardoned by President Trump. Plus, James Lindsay, author of Cynical Theories, calls in to talk about the New York Times story of a teen who ambushed his classmate for a 3-year-old Snapchat video. Listen to the full episode for extensive discussions on criminal justice, social justice, collectivism, and more.

Read James Lindsay’s article at newdiscourses.com