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Why Are Conservatives Imitating a Dying Empire?

Now that the central planners and their corporatist friends are failing more and more every day, why do their opponents still seek to imitate them? How can we solve multiple problems with innovation and creativity? What can we expect now that we see the desperation and consolidation of the old TV party, especially in entertainment? […]

Jeff Deist on Court Packing Chaos

David Gornoski is joined by the Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist who comments on the latest Democrat agenda of increasing the number of judges in SCOTUS. Does the expansion bill stand any chance in the house? How can conservatives be forward-looking instead of being reactionary all the time? Should we expect a scandal involving Ron DeSantis? […]

Biden Says the Original N Word

Instead of highlighting the destruction of the economy by the government and the DC war machine, the media wants you to focus on what the British royals on doing. Join David Gornoski as he talks about the silence of Antifa in the face of real injustices, the censoring of Trump’s CPAC speech, the true nature […]

David Gornoski Returns from CPAC

David Gornoski starts the episode by recounting and reviewing his visit to this year’s CPAC over the weekend. Did Trump present anything new at CPAC? Who were the breakaway speakers, according to David? Did the future of conservatism make itself known? Join David Gornoski as he talks about the landmark conservative event of the year […]

Idols, Violence, and Seed Oils

David Gornoski starts off the show with a reflection on how fear drives us towards blaming others instead of employing creativity to solve problems. What do we need to do to create a joyful society? How has Christ’s Gospel technology inspired whistleblowers and investigative journalism in the face of statist corporate media? Is it possible […]

The Politicization of Science Under Fauci

David Gornoski talks about the upcoming CPAC and the reports of Trump giving his first speech post-presidency. What do conservatives need to win the future? Join David as he answers this question by highlighting why we must not only tell the truth about the news but also live by the right principles. Was there a […]

THINGS HIDDEN 28: “Reagan’s Terrible Sword” Donald J. Devine on Rene Girard, The Enduring Tension

David Gornoski sits down with Donald J. Devine, political scientist and author of The Enduring Tension. David and Dr. Devine touch on a variety of topics such as the deep political divide in America, the decline of conservative influence in media, the impact of Rene Girard’s work on anthropology, Dr. Devine’s experience of working with […]

Rush Limbaugh Rests in Peace

David Gornoski starts the episode by paying tribute to Rush Limbaugh while highlighting how the conservative radio icon spoke for the heartland of America. Is this the end of an era for conservatism? Why is the corporate press miserably gleeful over Limbaugh’s passing? Join David as he answers these questions while also commenting on stories […]

The New (Old) Elites and Their Universalism

David Gornoski starts the show by reflecting on the Left-Right populist Gamestop short-selling against Hedge Funds. Also in the show, David Gornoski comments on the differences between nationalism and liberalism, highlighting the universal themes liberals have inherited from Christianity. Plus, Adam Andrzejewski, the CEO of OpenTheBooks.com, calls in to talk about the government’s monopoly on guns […]

Tho Bishop on His Limbaugh Shoutout

In this episode, David Gornoski is joined by Tho Bishop who talks about Rush Limbaugh endorsing one of Tho’s articles on Mises.org. Have conservatives turned into a fringe group overnight with the deposing of Trump from the presidency? Why did many conservatives turn against the endless wars overseas during Trump’s presidency? Will we finally see conservatives […]